"national beer day - April 7th"

NATIONAL BEER DAY National Beer Day is celebrated in honor of the day it became legal to buy, sell and drink beer and wine. If you are a beer lover, you can thank President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who signed a law in 1933 allowing people to buy, sell and drink beer and wineRead More →

"national unicorn day"

National Unicorn Day National Unicorn Day  The unicorn, a symbol of a miracle or something magical, was first heard about in the 14th century. The unicorn was thought to be real, much like the mermaid. In reality, a unicorn is a mythical animal typically represented as a horse with aRead More →

"national pet day"

National Pet Day National Pet Day was founded in 2006 by Animal Welfare Advocate Colleen Paige. The day was created to celebrate our pets and the joy they bring to our lives. It was also created to make the public aware of the plight of many different kinds of animals whoRead More →

"d.e.a.r. - drop everything & read"

Drop Everything and Read Day Drop Everything and Read Day or D.E.A.R. Day is the birthday of author Beverly Cleary. The first D.E.A.R. was celebrated on Cleary’s 90th birthday. It is a national celebration of reading that is designed to remind families to make reading a priority activity in their lives.Read More →

"tax day"

TAX DAY In the United States, Tax Day is the day individual income tax returns are due to the federal government. Tax Day is usually on April 15th, but can be moved if it falls on a weekend or if there is some type of natural disaster. When is TaxRead More →