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4th Day of Christmas

Celebrated every year on December 28. “Four Calling BirdsThree French HensTwo Turtle Dovesand a Partridge in a Pear Tree” In some Christian religions Christmas has 12 days, also known as Twelvetide or Christmastide. This way, Christmas lasts until January 5!

Third day of Christmas

Celebrated every day on December 27 “3 French Hens2 Turtle Dovesand a Partridge in a Pear Tree” In some Christian religions Christmas has 12 days, also known as Twelvetide or Christmastide. This way, Christmas lasts until January 5!    

Sixth Day of Christmas

Celebrated every year on December 30 Six geese a-laying Five golden rings Four calling birds Three french hens Two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree In some Christian religions Christmas has 12 days, also known as Twelvetide or Christmastide. This way, Christmas lasts until January 5!  

World Maths Day

World Maths Day

Celebrated every year on a different day in March, which is often either March 14 or the first Wednesday in March   World Math Day was created by 3P Learning and first held in 2007 on March 14. March 14 is also Pi Day, which is mathematically funny. Almost a hundred countries participated in that …

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First-Foot

Celebrated every year on January 1 First-Foot is an annual event from North England and Scotland and also known as quaaltagh or qualtagh in the Gaelic language. In this custom the person to first set foot in the house in the New Year is said to bring good lack. Customary is to appoint someone to enter …

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Red Planet Day

Red Planet Day

Celebrated every year on November 28. Red Planet Day celebrates the anniversary of the launch of the spacecraft on November 28, 1964 to fly by , also known as the Red Planet. It’s mission was to collect data, which included some nice close ups that allowed us to see what that little dot in the sky …

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Use Less Stuff Day

Celebrated every year on the third Thursday of November. The season has come where we start to buy more things. Food, appliances, decorations. We are not saying that you shouldn’t buy anything. But sometimes you need at least one day per year to wonder“Are there ways that I actually want to use less?” Keep the …

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Sadie Hawkins Day

Sadie Hawkins Day

Celebrated on the first Saturday after November 9 The first Sadie Hawkins Day was celebrated in the comic of November 15, 1937 by . Sadie Hawkins was what was in that time called an “” because she was still single at the age of 35.  Being “homeliest gal in all them hills” made her father worried …

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Checklist Day

Checklist Day

Checklist Day is celebrated every year on October 30. This is a good day to work on making checklists for things that are really important to prepare well. Checklist Day has sad and very confronting origins.In 1935 on October 30 Boeing introduced their new model that would revolutionize U.S. military. The was in development for …

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