Drop everything, pick up a pencil and draw – and then share your art! Drawing Day (sometimes referred to as Pencil Day) encourages us to spread the joy of drawing, and to share our creations with the wider community.
National Drawing Day is a day to celebrate the joys of drawing! It's a time to put pencils to paper and create whatever comes to mind. Whether you're an experienced artist or just starting out, National Drawing Day is a chance for everyone to enjoy the process of drawing.
There are no rules on National Drawing Day - just let your creativity flow! Draw what you see in front of you, or go off on a wild tangent and draw something completely imaginary. There's no wrong way to do it.
So why not take some time today to sit down with some paper and pencils (or crayons, paints, etc.) and have some fun? Draw something simple or something complex - either way, you'll be enjoying yourself and celebrating National Drawing Day!
Drive-In Movie Day is the anniversary of the opening of the first drive-in movie theater, which occurred in Camden, New Jersey.
Yo-Yo day is here...hooray! Not that you need an excuse to play with your Yo-Yo. Wherever you are today, get out your Yo-Yo and impress your friends, family, and co-workers with your Yo-Yo skills. And, do it at work today! If you don't think it's appropriate at work, consider the fact that three U.S. presidents (Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon) showed off their Yo-Yo expertise while in office!
It's origin is hard to factually prove. Many believe that the Yo-Yo originated in China as early as 500-1000 B.C. However, their is some evidence that it was first used in Greece even before this time. Over the centuries the Yo-Yo has had it's ups and downs (tee,hee).
The Yo-Yo was made wildly popular in America by businessman Donald F. Duncan Sr. He manufactured the ""Duncan Yo-Yo"" in the early 1900's.
Celebrate the Yo-YTo today by ""walking the dog"" or ""shooting the moon"", the most popular tricks.
National Yo-Yo Day was established as June 6th in honor of the birthday of Donald F. Duncan Sr.
While June 6th is recognized as Yo-Yo Day, there is some unsubstantiated reference to June 10th.
When : Always June 4th
Applesauce Cake Day is a time to enjoy an old and often forgotten goodie. This is a truely delicious day.
It doesn't take much to enjoy Applesauce Cake Day. Just eat a piece of applesauce cake. The only problem is finding it. If you're lucky, a bakery or a restaurant will pick up on this day, and offer it as a special today. Otherwise, you may have to make an applesauce cake from scratch.
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Bring in an apple for your teacher
When : Always on June 6th
Everyone knows gardening is therapeutic. It's good for the mind, body, and soul. Gardening Exercise Day gives us an opportunity to go out and burn off calories and have fun doing it. National Gardening Exercise Day is intended to recognize the important physical health benefits of gardening.
In reality, gardening is exercise. Experts say the various activities and tasks of gardening ultimately uses all of the major muscle groups. In addition, strenuous gardening activities such as raking, hoeing, and digging is both aerobic and muscle strengthening.
Take time today to celebrate one of America's favorite hobbies. Go out and exercise with, and among, your plants.
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