"chocolate chip day"

Chocolate Chip Day Chocolate Chip Day is all about the chocolate chip. There is some confusion as to the actual date this delicious holiday is celebrated, with some believing the real date to celebrate is August 4th. I don’t know about you – but we are willing to celebrate anyRead More →

"national mimosa day"

National Mimosa Day National Mimosa Day remains a mystery. There is no information on how it became a day to celebrate the drink – not that we mind, of course. The mimosa is a combination of champagne and usually orange juice. It is traditionally served in a tall flute atRead More →

"national hamburger day - may 28th"

National Hamburger Day National Hamburger day is all about the burger. Hamburgers got their name from Hamburg, Germany where a cut of beef called the Hamburg steak is from. Hamburgers have a number of varieties – including with cheese or without, a bacon cheeseburger, or add the mushrooms and guacamoleRead More →

"anti-bullying day"

What is Anti-Bullying Day? Anti-Bullying Day is an official day to stand up to bullying. While the day was first created in Canada, it is now celebrated around the world. In 2012 the United Nations made it an official holiday. Anti-Bullying Day is a special semi-annual event to help preventRead More →

May Holidays begin with May Day on the first of May.  The calendar for May is filled with food holidays, with Eat What You Want Day being the most interesting.  But then again isn’t every month of the year all about the food holidays? There is Foster Care Day, Brother andRead More →

"May Day - may 1st"

What is May Day? May Day is known as International Worker’s Day, in many countries, outside the United States. It was created in memory of the Haymarket Affair, initially, a peaceful rally that eventually turned ugly and has since evolved as a celebration to acknowledge the achievements of workers everywhere.Read More →

"national Space day"

International Space Day? International Space Day is a day dedicated to spread awareness of the mysteries of outer space beyond the twinkling stars. The day  was created to promote the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields among young people. All over the world events are held at local schools,Read More →