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Tomato Day
Are tomatoes a fruit or a vegetable? In 1893, the U.S. Supreme Court weighed in. Decision: officially a fruit, but taxed as a vegetable. Source:
Plan Your Epitaph Day
When : Always April 6th Plan Your Epitaph Day is a day is a little bit morbid for my liking. My first thought was who would create this day? And, why? I don't want to think about it, let alone plan it. However............. When you stop to think about it, maybe it's best if you […]
Sorry Charlie Day
Date When Observed : Always on April 6th Have you ever been rejected? For anything? Sure you have! We all have. Sorry Charlie Day is for all of us who have been spurned, and yet somehow survived it. Take a minute today and reflect upon a past dejection. Then, smile with he realization that ""_ […]
Dyngus Day
When : Always the Monday after Easter Dyngus Day, also spelled Dingus Day, is a fun Polish Holiday.  It is very popular in Poland, and in Polish communities across America. After the long Lenten holiday, Dyngus Day is a day of fun. And, perhaps a little romantic fun. It is always celebrated on the Monday […]
Army Day
Army Day is a chance to show your appreciation for the armed forces without you having to enlist. Many nations across the world celebrate Army Day, or Armed Forces Day, from Armenia to Venezuela. This day honouring and celebrating the country’s military forces can be marked by anything from an air show taking place to […]
Caramel Popcorn Day
Popcorn is an amazing food, and a delightful treat, capable of being so many different forms of things. From the traditional buttered popcorn, to the colorful Saran wrapped candy popcorn balls that used to be given out by little ol’ Grandmas everywhere at Halloween, this hot popped corn treat has found its way into every […]
Tartan Day
Tartan is one of the most recognisable patterns ever, and has a strong history for the people of Scotland. Tartan Day was created to celebrate Scottish history and the achievements of people of Scottish descent around the world. While some areas hold marches and parades, other people simply celebrate it amongst themselves. If you’ve ever […]
New Beer’s Eve
New Beer's Eve is an unofficial holiday in the United States, celebrating the end of Prohibition in the United States on April 6.The beginning of the end of Prohibition in the United States occurred as a result of the Cullen–Harrison Act and its signing into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 23, 1933. […]