Saint Nicholas Day aka Santa Clause

On December 6th, Saint Nicholas Day recognizes the third-century saint who became an inspiration for the modern-day Santa Claus. St. Nicholas is known for selling all his possessions and giving his money to the poor. Raised as a devout Christian, St. Nicholas dedicated his whole life to serving the sick and suffering. Legendary stories about

National Miners Day

National Miner’s Day honors the contributions of miners across the country. Additionally, the day reflects on their sacrifices and offers time to show appreciation to the mining country’s hard-working individuals. As we honor their accomplishments and remember the tragedies that these hard-working individuals experience, the country must keep in mind that mining is one of

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Each year in the United States, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honors all those who lost their lives when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. More than 3,500 Americans lost their lives or were wounded on that solemn day. The day marked a turn in the United States’ position regarding involvement in World

Christmas Card Day

Each year around this time, friends and families begin mailing their holiday cards. Christmas Card Day on December 9th serves as a reminder to get your stamps, envelopes, and cards together so you can share your holiday cheer. Sending a card during the holidays hasn’t always been a tradition. In Victorian England, sending Penny Post was

Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day on December 10th annually seeks to honor the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Representatives from different cultural backgrounds all over the world drafted the UDHR. Once the United Nations formed, it was one of its first significant achievements. The UDHR contains a preamble along with 30 articles that

Gingerbread House Day

Gingerbread House Day on December 12th recognizes a family tradition for many around the country. #GingerbreadHouseDay A favorite food of an Armenian monk, Gregory of Nicopolis, brought gingerbread to Europe around 992 AD and taught French Christians to bake it. Since gingerbread was often used in religious ceremonies, monks baked to be sturdy to molded into

National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day

Since 2011, National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day has grown to be an international event. Now occurring on the third Friday of December, the celebration gives holiday lovers worldwide a chance to wear their ugly Christmas sweaters. In 2014, they partnered with Save the Children in their “Make the World Better with a Sweater” campaign. Each year, ugly

National Twin Day

On December 18th, National Twin Day celebrates all the siblings who enjoy the unique connection because they share a birthday. Whether fraternal or identical, twins share everything right from the beginning. While their personalities may be different, they often know what the other is going to say before the words are spoken. Distance isn’t an

Go Caroling Day

Tune-up your voice on December 20th so you can join others on Go Caroling Day! Caroling is the practice of singing Christmas songs from door to door as a form of celebration. The word carol means a joyful song or dance. #GoCarolingDay The tradition of singing carols has roots in pagan celebrations of the Winter

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve on December 24 kicks off a series of holiday traditions. Some are ancient practices with a modern spin, while others date back hundreds of years. #ChristmasEve Christmas Eve is filled with both religious and nonreligious traditions. Religious traditions center around the birth of Jesus. Different denominations have their own traditions. On Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

Every year on December 25th, over 2 billion people around the world celebrate Christmas Day. Traditionally, Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Nonreligious people and those of different faiths celebrate the day as a cultural event. #Christmas Also known as Christmas Day, this holiday is derived from the Old English Crīstesmæsse

National Regifting Day

Each year on the Thursday before Christmas, people across the United States participate in National Re-gifting Day. The day acknowledges the office parties and the unique Christmas gift exchanges that they do. This particular December Thursday appears to be the most common day for companies to hold their annual employee/company Holiday parties. #NationalRegiftingDay As a

Holy Innocents Day

Holy Innocents Day, observed annually on December 28th. The day commemorates the execution of the innocent, male children in Bethlehem as told in Matthew 2:16. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #HolyInnocentsDay Also known as the Feast of the Holy Innocents (and referred to as Childermas), the day refers to King Herod’s order found in Matthew’s

New Year’s Day

Nearly the entire world recognizes New Year’s Day on January 1st. It’s also one of the most celebrated holidays of the year. #NewYearsDaY Celebrations will begin in the Pacific Ocean with Samoa celebrating the New Year before the rest of the world. The latest stroke of midnight will occur in the middle of the Pacific

National Thank God It’s Monday Day

National Thank God It’s Monday Day encourages us to celebrate the first Monday of the new year with vigor and energy. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #ThankGodItsMondayDay Not only does the observance focus on the first Monday in January, but on every Monday throughout the year. Mondays are often full of new beginnings. New jobs

National Spaghetti Day

National Spaghetti Day on January 4th offers an opportunity to pick your sauce and add it to that long, thin cylindrical pasta of Italian and Sicilian origin. Usually made from semolina flour, this pasta has been a worldwide favorite for ages and loved by millions. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalSpaghettiDay There are various pasta

National Shop for Travel Day

As the holiday season fades away, our minds turn to our next opportunity for a vacation. While that may seem far off, National Shop for Travel Day on the second Tuesday in January reminds us to start planning now! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #ShopForTravelDay Today, there are more tools and resources than ever before

Save the Eagles Day

Each year on January 10th, Save the Eagles Day reminds us of the majestic raptors that soar above the Earth – whether they are well populated or endangered. Due to the work of scientists and the public, the bald eagle was removed from this list in June 2007. Poaching, pesticides, and other dangers continue to

Houseplant Appreciation Day

One of the best ways to enhance a space is by adding house plants. The busy holidays cause many of us to neglect some of our regular routines, including houseplant care. National Houseplant Appreciation Day on January 10th serves as a reminder to give your houseplants a little extra attention to keep them thriving. (adsbygoogle

National Rubber Ducky Day

According to a 1973 Sesame Street calendar, Rubber Duckie’s Birthday is January 13th so around the country it’s National Rubber Ducky Day! A friend of Ernie and Big Bird, Duckie made his debut in a February 1970 episode. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalRubberDuckyDay The rubber ducky (also spelled duckie) has come a long way

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Each year on the third Monday of January we observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day and reflect on the work that still needs to be done for racial equality. This January 16, make the holiday more than just a day off and take time to reflect and take action on civil rights issues across the

Celebration of Life Day

Though Celebration of Life Day, which lands on January 22, was originally instituted to celebrate the children in our lives, it has come to signify all that’s good about being alive. It’s easy to forget sometimes, but we are all fortunate to be here. Take time to celebrate that the good far outweighs the bad

National Compliment Day

National Compliment Day on January 24th offers a wonderful way to brighten someone’s day or to give credit for a job well done!  Give an extra compliment annually on January 24th and any time one is deserved. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalComplimentDay A compliment has a powerful effect. It can instill confidence in a

Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Each year on January 27th, the world remembers one of the most horrific events in modern history. This tragic event is known as the Holocaust. The holocaust occurred during WWII when Nazi Germany killed millions of innocent victims. The day is also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||

National Groundhog Day

National Groundhog Day on February 2nd each year asks one question. Will he see his shadow? Ok, well, maybe it asks another question. Will there be six more weeks of winter? The day is celebrated each year in the United States and Canada. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalGroundhogDay Traditionally the groundhog awakens from his

National Weatherperson’s Day

Always celebrated on February 5th, National Weatherperson’s Day (also known as National Weatherman’s Day) honors all individuals working in meteorology, weather forecasting, and broadcast meteorology. The day also recognizes volunteer storm spotters, observers, and others who work in the weather field. POTW: Karen Conklin, The English Center of Youngstown #WeatherpersonsDay This annual holiday commemorates the

National Boys Scouts Day

February 8th annually recognizes National Boys Scouts Day. Since 1910, boys across America have been doing good deeds, learning survival skills, and developing moral foundations through the Boy Scout of America. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalBoyScoutsDay The Boy Scouts of America has roots in the British Boy Scouts organization which was created in 1908 after the

National Random Acts of Kindness Day

Each year on February 17th, National Random Acts of Kindness Day grows in popularity. It is celebrated by individuals, groups, and organizations nationwide to encourage acts of kindness. #RandomActsOfKindnessDay The movement of Random Acts of Kindness inspires people every day. As a favorite celebration for many, people everywhere are enjoying doing these acts of kindness.

National Comfy Day

On National Comfy Day, February 20th, allow yourself to get comfortable and relax! It’s time to get cozy in your favorite place and take a break from the daily grind. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalComfyDay The word “comfy,” which is short for “comfortable,” is used to describe places and activities that put us at

Set a Good Example Day

When we observe kindness in others, we are often inspired to offer kindness ourselves. Someone set a good example for us to follow, and we must continue those good examples for others in our lives. National Set A Good Example Day on February 26th encourages us to set a good example that inspires others. (adsbygoogle

International Womens Day

International Women’s Day on March 8th each year celebrates the social, economic, and political achievements of women around the world. The day also brings international awareness to gender parity. According to the World Economic Forum, global gender equality is estimated to be achieved by 2133. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #InternationalWomensDay Gender equality is equal

Good Samaritan Day

National Good Samaritan Day on March 13th recognizes the unselfish actions of those who provide help when needed. The day is also known as Good Samaritan Involvement Day and celebrates kindness in all its forms. #GoodSamaritanDay The term “good Samaritan” comes from the Bible parable where a Samaritan helped a stranger who had been robbed

National Common Courtesy Day

National Common Courtesy Day on March 21st serves as a reminder of the behavior that keeps society from melting into a sea of madness. In addition, the day brings awareness to how crucial common courtesy is in our lives and provides examples to help us improve. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #CommonCourtesyDay In the Merriam-Webster dictionary, courtesy is described

World Health Day

World Health Day is the global observance of health as a human right. From healthcare professionals to policymakers and individuals, families with young children or elderly, we all have a role to play in our personal health and the well-being of those around us. As first-world resources emerge that continue to benefit the overall quality

Event Series Hope Foundation-Wine for Hope

Hope Foundation-Wine for Hope

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Hope Foundation of the Mahoning Valley's Wine for Hope Friday, April 21st, 2023 | 6:15-10:30pm All Honorees will be honored at the Wine for Hope. An exciting evening of fine wines, gourmet food, and great music. Each year, we celebrate spring’s arrival with our Wine For Hope wine tasting event. Enjoy great wines and food,

National High Five Day

Each year on the third Thursday in April, we observe National High Five Day. This is a fun day where you can “High Five” everyone that you see. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalHighFiveDay Folklore fills the hallowed halls of sports stadiums concerning the origins of the high five. From the basketball to the volleyball

Volunteer Recognition Day

Volunteer Recognition Day is the annual celebration of those who selflessly benefit the lives of others. By providing a helping hand to those in need, humans and animals alike, we are all naturally working towards making the world a better place. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #VolunteerRecognitionDay Every single one of us has been benefited

National Earth Day

Each year on April 22nd, National Earth Day campaigns around the globe promote ways to keep the Earth healthy and our planet livable. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalEarthDay Since its inception, the organizers promote events educating the public about a variety of subjects including: climate change air pollution water pollution erosion recycling composting renewable

National Bucket List Day

April 24 celebrates National Bucket List Day to remind us it’s never too late to set new goals, go on a dream vacation, and inspire people around you to enjoy life to the fullest. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NATIONALBUCKETLISTDAY By definition, a bucket list is a list of things a person would like to

Bike to Work Day

National Bike to Work Day takes place on the third Friday in May, right in the middle of National Bike Month. The observance encourages us to bike to work, but it also raises awareness of cyclists as they commute to and from work each day. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #BikeToWorkDay As more and more

International Plastic Free Day

International Plastic Free Day is a call to action and brings attention to the plastic we use every day. On May 25th, commit to using no single-use plastic for one day (including bottles, take-out food containers, utensils, bags and wrappers.) #InternationalPlasticFreeDay Over 380 million tons of plastic is produced every year. Half of all plastic produced is

Memorial Day

MEMORIAL DAY Each year in the United States, Americans observe the Federal holiday, Memorial Day, the last Monday in May. It honors and remembers all men and women who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Memorial Day is also a day to remember all loved ones who have passed away. #MemorialDay

National Smile Day

On May 31st, National Smile Day encourages everyone to wear their best smile! #NationalSmileDay The first recorded smile on record took place on 126 B.C. Okay, we made that up. But did you smile? Joking aside, we generate a smile when funny things happen or find pleasure in the things we do. Someone we love

Say Something Nice Day

On National Say Something Nice Day we have an opportunity to make June 1st extra pleasant for everyone. #SaySomethingNiceDay The purpose of this holiday is to counteract bullying and the lack of civility and common courtesy that is growing among people in today’s world. Hopefully, the practice of saying something nice today will continue into

National Pen Pay Day

Observed each year on June 1st, National Pen Pal Day is a way to let your pen pals know how much they mean to you. The day is the perfect time to send special letters and gifts to your pen pals. #NationalPenPalDay A pen pal is someone with whom you correspond by writing letters, sharing

World Caring Day

Each year on June 7, World Caring Day shines a spotlight on all the ways we connect and show each other we care. Afterall, we should always take time to celebrate the millions of acts of caring we see. All acts of caring, whether big or small, are important. Caring is continuous and happens every