Lei Day

Lei Day

Every May 1st

If there is one thing that speaks of the tropics, and specifically of Hawaii, it’s that colorful and festive string of flowers known as the Lei. Lei Dei celebrates these traditional gifts for visitors to...

World Blood Donor Day

World Blood Donor Day

Every June 14th

The history of blood donation goes back further than you might expect, reaching as far back as the 17th century. The medical specialists of the time knew that blood was a vital element in the...

Go Barefoot Day

Go Barefoot Day

Every June 1st

Whether you're at work or not, find a way to rebel against shoes, be it running barefoot through the grass and pampering your feet, or kicking off your shoes under your desk at work when...

Talk In An Elevator Day

Talk In An Elevator Day

27th July (Last Friday of July)

We all know about that awkward silence, the one that ensues when you’re suddenly in a small room with 5-10 other people you don’t know. Politeness seems to indicate that the people around you are...

Camping Month

Camping Month

Every June

The suns up, the birds are singing, and the mosquitoes are finally hatching from their larval phase. Ok, it isn’t all rainbows and fresh fish, but June is Camping Month, and it’s a great opportunity...

Napping Day

Napping Day

12th March (Monday after (March) Daylight Savings)

Think what a better world it would be if we all, the whole world, had cookies and milk about three o'clock every afternoon and then lay down on our blankets for a nap. - Barbara...

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