February is for doers. “You may never know what results come of your actions, but if you do nothing, there will be no results.”

February 4 in History

February 4 in Pop Culture History February is… Create a Vacuum Day: A day to recognize and appreciate the invention and importance of the vacuum cleaner and its role in keeping our homes clean. Hemp Day: This day serves as a reminder of the potential hemp has to provide sustainable, natural solutions for health, wellness,

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“February is the border between winter and spring.” - Terri Guillemets

February 3 in History

February 3 in Pop Culture History February 3rd is… Carrot Cake Day: A day to celebrate and enjoy the delicious treat of carrot cake. The Day the Music Died: A day to remember the tragic plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson on February 3, 1959. Feed the …

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February 2 in History

February 2 in Pop Culture History February 2nd is… California Kiwi Day: Dedicated to appreciating the incredible health benefits of eating kiwifruits. Candlemas: The feast is a celebration of the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple, described in the Gospel of Luke. The day traditionally includes the blessing and procession of candles, which are lit …

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February 1 in History

February 1 in Pop Culture History February 1st is… Baked Alaska Day: A day to celebrate the delicious dessert made of ice cream, cake, and meringue. Change Your Password Day: A day to remind people to change their passwords regularly to protect their personal and financial information from cyber-criminals. National Dark Chocolate Day: A day …

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Special Days In February

Special Days In February February is… American Heart Month Bake for Family Fun Month Bird Feeding Month Black History Month Canned Food Month Cherry Month Children’s Dental Heath Month Creative Romance Month Dog Training Month Embroidery Month Free and Open Source Software Month Friendship Month Grapefruit Month Great American Pies Month Heart Month Hot Breakfast …

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January 31 in Pop Culture History

January 31 in Pop Culture History January 31st is… National Backward Day Backward Day Brandy Alexander Day Eat Brussels Sprouts Day Hot Chocolate Day Inspire Your Heart With Art Day Scotch Tape Day 1865 – Congress passed the 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in America. 1906 (Earthquake) Coastal Ecuador 1922 (Earthquake) Eureka/San Francisco, Oregon/California 1928 – …

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January 30 in History

January 30 in Pop Culture History January 30th is… National Croissant Day Draw A Dinosaur Day Escape Day School Day of Non-violence and Peace Yodel For Your Neighbors Day 1703 – The 47 Ronin, under Oishi Kuranosuke, avenged the death of their master, Asano Naganori. 1790 – The first boat designed as a lifeboat was …

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January 29 in Pop Culture History

January 29 in Pop Culture History January 29th is… Carnation Day Corn Chip Day Freethinkers Day National Puzzle Day Seeing Eye Dog Day 1845 – Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Raven’ was published in the New York Evening Mirror. 1861 – Kansas became the 34th state. 1886 – Karl Benz patented the first successful gasoline-driven automobile. …

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January 28 in History

January 28 in Pop Culture History January 28th is… Blueberry Pancake Day Daisy Day Data Privacy Day Gift of the Ladybug Day Kazoo Day LEGO Day Pop Art Day Thank A Plugin Developer Day 1807 – London’s Pall Mall became the first street in any city to be illuminated by gaslight. 1813 – Jane Austen’s Pride …

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January 27 in History

January 27 in Pop Culture History January 27th is… Chocolate Cake Day Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust National Geographic Day National Crapper Day Vietnam Peace Day 1606 – The trial of Guy Fawkes and other conspirators began for the Gunpowder Plot, ending with their execution on January 31. 1888 …

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January 26 in History

January 26 in Pop Culture History January 26th is… Green Juice Day Lotus 1-2-3 Day Peanut Brittle Day National Spouse’s Day 1564 – The Council of Trent issued its conclusions in the Tridentinum, establishing a distinction between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. 1838 – Tennessee became the 1st state to prohibit alcohol. 1858 – The Wedding March by …

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