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International Beaver Day

Beavers are very important for the environment, creating natural dams and helping cleanse water. Help raise awareness about the threats facing this declining species.

National Schwa Day

Discover the enigmatic sound at the heart of linguistics, a subtle symbol of linguistic nuance and pronunciation variance.

Girl, Me Too Day

Fostering unity, women empower, uplift, and champion one another, creating a powerful network of solidarity.

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How to celebrate Apr 7th

Start your day off by embracing the great outdoors and celebrating nature. Participate in activities like birdwatching or taking a peaceful hike to appreciate the beauty around you. International Beaver Day promotes awareness of these industrious creatures, so keep an eye out for any dams or lodges they may have built.

After enjoying the fresh air, challenge yourself to learn something new. Metric System Day encourages understanding and using the metric system, so try baking or cooking using metric measurements. You might discover a new favorite recipe in the process!

Next, take a moment to appreciate language and communication. National Schwa Day highlights the most common vowel sound in English, so practice pronouncing words with the schwa sound correctly. Consider reading a book or listening to a podcast to further immerse yourself in the wonders of language.

As the day progresses, focus on empowerment and solidarity. Girl, Me Too Day celebrates female empowerment and support for survivors of sexual assault. Take time to educate yourself on these important issues and find ways to lend your voice to the cause.

Indulge in some delicious treats to satisfy your taste buds. National Coffee Cake Day is the perfect excuse to bake or purchase a scrumptious coffee cake to enjoy with a steaming cup of your favorite coffee or tea.

Prioritize your health and well-being by dedicating time to self-care. World Health Day emphasizes the importance of maintaining good health, so engage in activities like yoga, meditation, or a rejuvenating spa treatment.

Unwind and relax by treating yourself to a refreshing beverage. Whether you prefer a craft beer or a non-alcoholic alternative, National Beer Day is an opportunity to kick back and enjoy a cold drink after a productive day.

Give yourself a break from household chores and responsibilities. National No Housework Day encourages relaxation and leisure, so take this chance to pamper yourself without any guilt.

Lastly, embrace your curiosity and explore the world around you. Geologists’ Day celebrates the diverse landscapes and geological wonders of our planet. Consider visiting a local rock formation or museum to delve into the fascinating world of geology.

Embrace the spirit of initiative and empowerment by taking the first step towards your goals. National Making The First Move Day encourages courage and confidence, so seize the day and make a bold move towards something you’ve been wanting to achieve.

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National Coffee Cake Day

Marrying layers of delicate sweetness, this culinary masterpiece beckons discerning palates to savor its timeless allure.

World Health Day

Listen to the World Health Organization and begin taking steps to improve your health: join a gym, start taking vitamins, or get outside on World Health Day.

National Beer Day

Visit a brewery, crack open a cold one with your friends, or learn how to brew your own beer on this hoppy holiday. Not a drinker? Try alcohol-free beer!

National No Housework Day

Give yourself a break. Eat off paper plates, order in, and ignore that vacuum. Do whatever you want on National No Housework Day—just so long as it’s not chores.

Geologists’ Day

Don’t take the ground beneath your feet for granted: honor the scientists that have delved into the Earth to teach us more about it on National Geologist’s Day.

National Making The First Move Day

Join founder Greshun De Bouse and take the pledge to prevent and end bullying and its effects. Make the first move in being kind to yourself and others.

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National Wildlife Week

Nature's tapestry, harmonious ecosystems, where diverse creatures coexist, weaving a story of survival and interconnected existence.

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National Library Week

Silent realms of knowledge, these havens harbor stories and wisdom, inviting exploration beyond the whispers of time.

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FOP Awareness Month

Raising awareness for a rare condition, efforts unite to support those facing the challenges of Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva.

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Ramadan

During this holy month, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, focusing on spiritual reflection and community. Ramadan is a time for self-improvement and bringing people together in celebration of faith.

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March Madness

Get your game face on for March Madness! This high-energy tournament is a slam dunk of excitement, passion, and heart-pumping action. So grab your team colors, gear up for the showdown, and let the madness begin!

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National Public Health Week

The well-being of communities — disease prevention, and better living through knowledge and action, towards a healthier world.

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International Guitar Month

Exploring melodies, strings resonate with rhythm, evoking emotions and stories through the power of music.

Global Volunteer Month 

Supporting causes, aiding communities, and making a difference, volunteering enriches lives and fosters connections among people.

National Alcohol Awareness Month

Promoting mindful choices, understanding limits, fostering informed decisions for a healthier relationship with alcohol and well-being.

National Soy Foods Month

Exploring a diverse palate with plant-based delicacies, discovering the savory richness and versatility of nourishing soy creations.

National Food Month

Savor diverse culinary delights, a journey of tastes transcending borders, igniting a symphony on your palate.

National Month of Hope

Persistent light, enduring strength, unwavering spirit, an anchor in uncertainty, a beacon through challenges, resilient optimism.

National Soft Pretzel Month

Twisted dough, golden brown, salty delight, satisfying cravings — the perfect snack for any occasion, simply delicious.

Animal Cruelty Prevention Month

Championing the welfare of innocent beings, advocating for compassion and justice to create a world free from harm.

National Volunteer Month

Contributing time and effort, making a positive impact, these endeavors embody the spirit of selflessness and community betterment.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Realities exposed, voices united—confronting challenges and fostering empathy in the quest for justice and healing after assault.

National Kite Month

Whispers of wind, colorful fabrics dancing, defying gravity — an artful ballet where tethered dreams ascend the sky's canvas.

National Garden Month

Spring is in the air! Explore the beauty of gardens, or get some dirt under your own nails, whether from pots by the window or a flowery expanse of your own.

National Poetry Month

Lord Byron, Shel Silverstein, Emily Dickinson…you? Honor one of the richest literary forms by writing or reading poetry, learning about poets, or joining a community.

Autism Acceptance Month

Support research and education, learn about the symptoms and effects, and be better prepared to help those with autism in your life during Autism Acceptance Month.

National Pickleball Month

Amidst spirited rallies, a sport emerges, blending finesse and camaraderie, captivating enthusiasts with its distinctive charm on the court.

Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month

In the face of adversity, the human spirit triumphs. Embracing resilience and celebrating the triumphs of those who overcome challenges brings hope and inspiration to all.

Stress Awareness Month

Stress is linked to physical, mental, and emotional health. During Stress Awareness Month, learn about what triggers stress and how to manage it.

National Jazz Appreciation Month

Learn about the history and heritage of jazz, listen to the greats, or find a local jazz club to engage with one of the United States’ richest musical movements.

Poetic Earth Month

Allow the Earth’s beauty to inspire you, and enjoy and share poetry, stories, or art to connect with your planet during Poetic Earth Month.

National Couple Appreciation Month

Take some time to appreciate romance and companionship, whether with a romantic getaway or date, or a just a small gesture reminding your person how you feel.

Adopt A Ferret Month

Is it a cat? Is it a snake? Yes, it’s a ferret! These uncommon but loveable pets can make a great addition to the right home, but make sure to do your research first.

Straw Hat Month

They block the sun, keep the rain off, evoke a simpler time and place, and look timelessly stylish. If you don’t have a straw hat yet, it might be time to get one.

Month of the Military Child

Wear purple to honor the sacrifices and stress involved in being a military kid: separation, losing or fearing the loss of a parent, frequent moving, and more.

Active Dog Month

Dogs need exercise and fun just as much—if not more—than their humans. Bond with your furry friends by playing, running, or exploring new places with them.

Summer Tire Changeover Month

Different treads and tire designs are better for different conditions. So as the weather warms up, don’t forget to change from your Winter tires to your Summer tires.

National Decorating Month

Get creative and crafty, and bring life back to your home by painting, arranging furniture, and otherwise decorating the space you spend so much time in.

Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Learn about the effects of Parkinson’s Disease, how to help those who have it, or donate to foundations and research during Parkinson’s Awareness Month.

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