"first day of passover"

Passover? Passover celebrates the Exodus, the freedom from the slavery of the children of Israel from ancient Egypt. The story of Passover is that Pharaoh, feeling threatened by the success of the Israelites, enslaved them with cruel and bitter labor. Moses, joined by his older brother Aaron, went to PharaohRead More →

"eiffel tower day - march 31"

Eiffel Tower Day The Eiffel Tower officially opened on March 31, 1889. The tower was designed by Gustave Eiffel. Eiffel also designed the framework for the Statue of Liberty, located in New York. The tower is one of the most famous towers in the world and is an iconic symbolRead More →

"crayon day"

National Crayon Day It’s only right that crayons have their own special day. Afterall, is there anyone who hasn’t used crayons or heard of Crayola crayons, the most popular brand of crayons out there? A crayon is a stick of colored wax, charcoal, chalk or other material used for writing or drawing. It is mostRead More →

"world cocktail day - may 13th"

WORLD COCKTAIL DAY World Cocktail day is a day set aside to celebrate cocktails, also known as alcoholic beverages. The reason it is celebrated on May 13th is that this is the publication date of the first definition of a cocktail in 1806. A cocktail is defined as a mixture ofRead More →