World Food Day

World Food Day

Feast of the Ass
The Feast of the Ass (Latin: Festum Asinorum or asinaria festa, French: Fête de l'âne) was a medieval, Christian feast observed on January 14, celebrating the Flight into Egypt. It was celebrated primarily in France, as a by-product of the Feast of Fools celebrating the donkey-related stories in the Bible, in particular the donkey bearing […]
Make a Difference Day
When: The fourth Saturday in October Initiated in 1990, this is a national day is for devoted to helping others by doing volunteer work in the community. The activity can be almost anything. On this day, millions of Americans participate in community improvement projects. It takes the form of cleanup, fixup, painting, and repair in […]
Check Your Batteries Day
We all know that some days are silly or light-hearted, but there are others which serve an important purpose. Check Your Batteries Day is definitely highly recommended because it could actually save your life.Created to raise awareness of the importance of testing and having working batteries in household appliances like smoke detectors and carbon monoxide […]
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Hug Holiday Day
Hug Holiday Day encourages people to spread warmth and affection by giving hugs to friends, family, and loved ones. Whether it's a tight squeeze or a gentle embrace, hugs have the power to convey love, support, and comfort. Take this day to share hugs freely and brighten someone's day with a simple gesture of kindness.