Tell A Fairy Tale Day

Tell A Fairy Tale Day

Every February 26th

Gather round the fire, and make yourselves comfortable... Tell A Fairy Tale Day is all about exploring myths and stories, old and new. From grim(m) tales to urban legends, tap the dark corners of your...

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Pistachio Day

Pistachio Day

Every February 26th

Pistachio Day celebrates the popular nut, which are native to the Middle East. The largest producer of pistachio nuts today is Iran but they are also grown in other areas, including California and Mediterranean Europe. The...

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For Pete’s Sake Day

For Pete’s Sake Day

Every February 26th

Oh, for Pete's sake! Not another pointless holiday? For Pete's Sake Day celebrates one example of a 'minced oath', where an offensive word or phrase is substituted by something more acceptable in society. Other examples include...

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Personal Chef Day

Personal Chef Day

Every February 26th

No, kids and husbands, it's not the same thing as Mothers Day! The United States Personal Chef Association (USPCA) proudly offers you your chance to serenade the single-minded, single-handed, solo pan handler and knife brandisher in...

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Peace Corps Week

Peace Corps Week

25th February - 3rd March

Indeed, we're strongest when the face of America isn't only a soldier carrying a gun but also a diplomat negotiating peace, a Peace Corps volunteer bringing clean water to a village, or a relief worker...

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Play More Cards Day

Play More Cards Day

26th February (Last Monday in February)

Cards get a bad rap sometimes—and true, there are cards games that can be very addictive if not kept under control. But cards can also be the source of great entertainment for friends just who...

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Levi Strauss Day

Levi Strauss Day

Every February 26th

They’re comfy. They last for years and years. They don’t require dry-cleaning or any other kind of special treatment. They’re perfect for a number of occasions, from a trip to the grocery store, to a...

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Cornish Pasty Week

Cornish Pasty Week

25th February - 3rd March

The true Cornish way to eat a pasty is to hold it in the hand, and begin to bite it from the opposite end to the initial, so that should any of it be uneaten...

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Library Lovers’ Month

Library Lovers’ Month

Every February

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.Marcus Tullius Cicero Stop hugging that library. No wait, my mistake, I forgot that it’s Library Lovers Month- and it seems to have come...

Hot Breakfast Month

Hot Breakfast Month

Every February

What nicer thing can you do for somebody than make them breakfast?Anthony Bourdain Breakfast is often said to be the most important meal of the day, and that’s why so many of us make a point...

Bird-Feeding Month

Bird-Feeding Month

Every February

"Come feed the little birds, show them you careAnd you'll be glad if you doTheir young ones are hungry, their nests are so bareAll it takes is tuppence from youTuppence – Mary Poppins It’s been a...

Bake For Family Fun Month

Bake For Family Fun Month

Every February

If baking is any labor at all, it's a labor of love. A love that gets passed from generation to generation. Regina Brett There’s something about the smell of baked goods cooking in the oven that...

Cherry Month

Cherry Month

Every February

“In the cherry blossom’s shade there’s no such thing as a stranger.Issa Because cherries are so… very. Cherries are an amazing fruit, little jewels dangling from branches that not long ago painted the sky with a...

North American Inclusion Month

North American Inclusion Month

Every February

North American Inclusion Month (NAIM) was created by the Yachad/National Jewish Council for Disabilities. Now some five years old, the North American Inclusion Month was established as a way of recognising the need for more...

Vegan Cuisine Month

Vegan Cuisine Month

Every February

“My own view is that being a vegetarian or vegan is not an end in itself, but a means towards reducing both human and animal suffering and leaving a habitable planet to future generations.” ~Peter...