Barbie Day

Barbie Day

Every March 9th

For many, some of the fondest memories of childhood involve their very own Barbie doll. Ken and Barbie and all their friends have helped generations of children fill hours of creative play. Barbie Day celebrates...

Darwin Day

Darwin Day

Every February 12th

We must, however, acknowledge, as it seems to me, that man with all his noble qualities... still bears in his bodily frame the indelible stamp of his lowly origin. - Charles Darwin There was a pivotal moment...

Frankenstein Day

Frankenstein Day

Every August 30th

The crackle of electricity, and the patter of rain drops on the stone walls and terracotta roof give an eerie feeling when combined with the dank laboratory that houses various experiments. Give yourself a bit...

The Duchess Who Wasn’t Day

The Duchess Who Wasn’t Day

Every August 27th

"The Duchess" Who Wasn't Day celebrates the life of Margaret Wolfe Hungerford, an irish novelist who was always published under the pen name "The Duchess" in the United States - also the name of her...

Valentino Day

Valentino Day

Every August 23rd

Valentino Day commemorates the death of Rudolph Valentino (or Rudolfo Alfonzo Raffaelo Piero Filibert Guglielmi De Valentina D’Antonguolla), 1920's film star of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The Sheik, Blood and Sand, The Eagle...

Ingersoll Day

Ingersoll Day

Every August 11th

Robert Green Ingersoll was a famous American orator, who lived and became famous during the nineteenth century. Ingersoll Day celebrates his contributions to society, which he made through passionate campaigning for womens' and minority rights.