National Hanging Out Day

Each year on April 19th, Project Laundry List works with hundreds of other organizations to sponsor National Hanging Out Day. This day encourages communities to learn about the benefits, both financially and environmentally, of using a clothesline for drying laundry. According to Project Laundry Lists’ website, clothes dryers account for an astonishing six to ten percent of

First Ladies Day

National First Ladies Day on the last Saturday in April honors all First Ladies of the United States and commemorates the founding of the First Lady upon President George Washington’s inauguration on April 30, 1789. Martha Washington became First Lady of the United States that day. She and all those who followed in her footsteps

National Superhero Day

Have you ever been rescued from a risky situation or saved from injury or death? Those who come to our aid are called heroes. Some heroes happen to be in the right place at the right time. Others choose to be a hero as a career (though they wouldn’t call themselves heroes.) Other still are

National Love is Kind Day

NATIONAL LOVE IS KIND DAY | July 27 Just as on July 4th Americans celebrate their independence, so is July 27th to be celebrated—a day to celebrate independence from the abuser. July 27th, National Love is Kind Day is the day to: Celebrate for all victims of domestic violence/domestic abuse their FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE from their

International Left Handers Day

International Left Handers Day on August 13th recognizes all those individuals who have mastered using their left hand in a right-handed world. We take our hats off to you – left-handed! #LeftHandersDay Approximately 10% of the population are southpaws. Scientists don’t know why a person develops left-handedness. But it’s more likely a child will be

Patriot Day/National Day of Service and Remembrance

Patriot Day on September 11th honors the memory of the nearly 3,000 innocent victims who died in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Each year Americans dedicate this day to remembering those who died and the first responders who risked their own lives to save others. #PatriotDay We Remember For many, September 11, 2001, began

National Day of Encouragement

September 12th recognizes the National Day of Encouragement each year. This day is dedicated to uplifting people around us and making a positive impact. #NationalDayOfEncouragement Encouragement is free. It never costs us anything to say a few words to inspire a student, coworker, or friend. Even a reassuring word to a stranger may make a

Celebrating National Love People Day

On September 30, National Love People Day asks us to lift others up through the profound power of unconditional love. #NationalLovePeopleDay The human condition is a limiting and varying thing. How and when and where we get to use it is vaguely and oddly defined. What is certain is a rollercoaster-filled life of celebrations and

National Hero Day

On October 8th, National Hero Day honors the people we look up to and who inspire us to be the best person we can possibly be. #NationalHeroDay If asked to define the word hero, many of us will name the qualities that demand a person rise above, the qualities that genuinely drive a person to

National Sweetest Day

National Sweetest Day is observed on the third Saturday in October by people of all ages. #NationalSweetestDay For over 100 years, National Sweetest Day encourages everyone to be generous even in the smallest ways. From its inception as Candy Day in 1916, this day reminds us that even small tokens improve the lives of those around us.

Native American Heritage Day

National Native American Heritage Day on the day after Thanksgiving honors American Indians across the nation. The day celebrates the vibrant cultures, traditions, and heritages while recognizing Native Americans’ many contributions. When and Where will Frosty/Rudolph be on TV this Christmas Season? #NativeAmericanHeritageDay The day encourages listening to Native American voices and fostering pride in

National Play Day with Dad

On November 25th, National Play Day With Dad encourages fathers to spend the day focused on fun with their kids. It’s a day designed for bonding and memories. The Hidden Christmas Gem in the Valley: Kraynak’s Christmasland still bringing joy to young and old alike #PlayDayWithDad A dad play day allows the children of fathers

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is observed each year in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. The observance is a time when families and friends gather and give thanks for many reasons, each often as different as each person who gathers around the table. https://spanningtheneed.com/2022/11/21/the-hidden-christmas-gem-in-the-valley-kraynaks-christmasland-still-bringing-joy-to-young-and-old-alike/ #ThanksgivingDay In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared

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

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

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 Science Fiction Day

National Science Fiction Day promotes the celebration of science fiction as a genre, its creators, history, and various media, too. On January 2nd annually, millions of science fiction fans across the United States read and watch their favorites in science fiction. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #ScienceFictionDay The date of the celebration commemorates the birth

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 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

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 Hat Day

Hang on to your hats and celebrate in style on National Hat Day. Celebrated each year on January 15th, don your favorite fedora, cap, cloche, derby, or sunhat. Dig out your ceremonial best and tell the story behind it. Wear your warmest tuque, stocking cap, beanie, and share the name you give it. There are

National Winnie the Pooh Day

Winnie the Pooh has been a childhood favorite for generations. Originally created in 1926, his stories have sparked wholesome, honey-loving, childhood dreams for nearly a century. Although there are many other characters within the Winnie the Pooh universe (Kanga, Rabbit, Roo, and Tigger — just to name a few), there is not doubt that 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 Spouses Day

National Spouses Day on January 26th each year celebrates the bond between two people and sets aside time for couples to show each other gratitude. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalSpousesDay Dedicated to recognizing spouses everywhere, the observance reminds us to take time for our mate. From being thankful for the fulfillment and security of

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day began as St. Valentine’s Day, a liturgical celebration of one or more early Christian saints named Valentinus. February 14th first became associated with romantic love during the High Middle Ages as the tradition of courtly love was then flourishing. During 18th century England, this day evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed

National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day

National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day on March 11th reminds us to thank the professionals who consider every need during the most challenging time in our lives. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #FuneralDirectorMorticianRecognition Funeral directors and morticians dedicate their lives to helping us celebrate our loved ones. They bring together the memories and achievements

National Quilting Day

Snuggle up every National Quilting Day on the third Saturday in March. Around the country, special quilting shows, classes, open museums and much more celebrate the day. It also appreciates and recognizes quilt makers, along with all of their long labor, love, and skill that goes into the making of each quilt. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle

National Awkward Moments Day

On March 18th, we recognize National Awkward Moments Day. This is an annual day that every person can relate to. We have all had our awkward moments from time to time. They are a part of life; they just happen. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #AwkwardMomentsDay Awkwardness or embarrassment is defined as an emotional state

National Let’s Laugh Day

Each year, National Let’s Laugh Day on March 19th reminds us to add a little humor to our day. It’s never good to be serious all the time and letting the laughter bubble up from time to time is good for all of us! #LetsLaughDay We have all heard the saying, “Laughter is the best

National Little Red Wagon Day

On the last Wednesday in March, National Little Red Wagon Day celebrates the memories in the making and the ones already made. One iconic toy wields the power of imagination for adults and children alike as it brings us together to explore, laugh and play. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #LittleRedWagonDay For nearly 100 years,

April Fools Day

April Fools’ Day on April 1st has long been a day when practical jokes and tricks are played on the unaware. It’s a time when children convince their parents they’ve broken a bone. Parents get in on the planning, too. Classic April Fools’ jokes include caramel covered onions or fake doggy doo-doo in inconvenient places.

World Party Day

World Party Day on April 3rd encourages a coordinated effort of joyful human celebration around the globe. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #WorldPartyDay The world gathers to celebrate for many reasons. Forming a party often includes food, beverages, music, games, and other festivities. Hosts often create a theme or the theme generates the party. Several

National Final Rainbow Day

Each year on April 3rd, National Find a Rainbow Day challenges us to look to the sky and find a colorful ray of hope cast across it. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #FindARainbowDay There are people that see rainbows as an artistic masterpiece in the sky, to others it is a sign of hope and to

Global Holistic Wealth Day

Global Holistic Wealth Day is a time to reflect on what it means to be truly ‘wealthy’ and how we can embody the transformational power of living with purpose, collecting experiences, engaging in meaningful work, cultivating your health and well-being, and creating emotional and spiritual connections with others, all while continuously working to build financial

National Hanging Out Day

Each year on April 19th, Project Laundry List works with hundreds of other organizations to sponsor National Hanging Out Day. This day encourages communities to learn about the benefits, both financially and environmentally, of using a clothesline for drying laundry. According to Project Laundry Lists’ website, clothes dryers account for an astonishing six to ten percent of

First Ladies Day

National First Ladies Day on the last Saturday in April honors all First Ladies of the United States and commemorates the founding of the First Lady upon President George Washington’s inauguration on April 30, 1789. Martha Washington became First Lady of the United States that day. She and all those who followed in her footsteps

National Superhero Day

Have you ever been rescued from a risky situation or saved from injury or death? Those who come to our aid are called heroes. Some heroes happen to be in the right place at the right time. Others choose to be a hero as a career (though they wouldn’t call themselves heroes.) Other still are

National Love is Kind Day

NATIONAL LOVE IS KIND DAY | July 27 Just as on July 4th Americans celebrate their independence, so is July 27th to be celebrated—a day to celebrate independence from the abuser. July 27th, National Love is Kind Day is the day to: Celebrate for all victims of domestic violence/domestic abuse their FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE from their

International Left Handers Day

International Left Handers Day on August 13th recognizes all those individuals who have mastered using their left hand in a right-handed world. We take our hats off to you – left-handed! #LeftHandersDay Approximately 10% of the population are southpaws. Scientists don’t know why a person develops left-handedness. But it’s more likely a child will be

Patriot Day/National Day of Service and Remembrance

Patriot Day on September 11th honors the memory of the nearly 3,000 innocent victims who died in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Each year Americans dedicate this day to remembering those who died and the first responders who risked their own lives to save others. #PatriotDay We Remember For many, September 11, 2001, began

National Day of Encouragement

September 12th recognizes the National Day of Encouragement each year. This day is dedicated to uplifting people around us and making a positive impact. #NationalDayOfEncouragement Encouragement is free. It never costs us anything to say a few words to inspire a student, coworker, or friend. Even a reassuring word to a stranger may make a

Celebrating National Love People Day

On September 30, National Love People Day asks us to lift others up through the profound power of unconditional love. #NationalLovePeopleDay The human condition is a limiting and varying thing. How and when and where we get to use it is vaguely and oddly defined. What is certain is a rollercoaster-filled life of celebrations and

National Hero Day

On October 8th, National Hero Day honors the people we look up to and who inspire us to be the best person we can possibly be. #NationalHeroDay If asked to define the word hero, many of us will name the qualities that demand a person rise above, the qualities that genuinely drive a person to

National Sweetest Day

National Sweetest Day is observed on the third Saturday in October by people of all ages. #NationalSweetestDay For over 100 years, National Sweetest Day encourages everyone to be generous even in the smallest ways. From its inception as Candy Day in 1916, this day reminds us that even small tokens improve the lives of those around us.

National Play Day with Dad

On November 25th, National Play Day With Dad encourages fathers to spend the day focused on fun with their kids. It’s a day designed for bonding and memories. The Hidden Christmas Gem in the Valley: Kraynak’s Christmasland still bringing joy to young and old alike #PlayDayWithDad A dad play day allows the children of fathers