Techno Day

Techno is a form of electronic dance music that emerged in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States during the late 1980s. The first recorded use of the word techno in reference to a specific genre of music was around the same time. There are now many styles of techno that exist, but Detroit techno is still seen as the foundation of the genre.


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Pastry Day

Date When Celebrated: Always December 9th

National Pastry Day is a fun day, created to encourage you to make, and of course eat, your favorite pastries. On National Pastry Day, well known pastry chefs put on a show, making and displaying their finest creations.


Pastry Day Traditions:

Celebrate this day by making pastries. Don't make just one.  Creativity is big in the world of pastry making. Be sure to try your hand a creating a new pastry. Culinary chefs should put on a show today, with live demonstrations. After all of the pastries are made, make sure to eat you fill of pastries on this very special day.

 


Origin of National Pastry Day:

We did not find any information about the origin of National Pastries Day. Aren't you glad that someone cooked up this very special day!?

We also found no reference to suggest that this is a ""National"" day which requires an act of congress.


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Christmas Card Day

When : Always December 9

Christmas Card Day, honors Sir Henry Cole (1818 - 1874) of England. Cole created the first commercial Christmas Card in 1843.

Just a few decades ago, sending Christmas cards through the mail was a holiday ""must"". Sending cards through the mail continues to be very popular. The cost and time for writing and sending cards has caused many people to stop sending them. Free Ecards have surged in popularity. Animated Christmas and seasonal Ecards have made sending and receiving them a lot of fun. 

Today is  a good day to send out your Christmas cards and holiday greetings.  If you have yet to do so, use today to get a start.


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