September

September 3 in History

September 3 in History September 3rd is… Cabernet Day Welsh Rarebit Day U.S. Bowling League Day 1189 – Richard The Lionheart was crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey. 1192 – King Richard settled peace with Muslim general Saladin, allowing Christian pilgrims and merchants access to Muslim-held Jerusalem. 1752 – September 3-13 never happened for …

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September 1 in History

September 1 in History September 1st is… National Burnt Ends Day Cherry Popover Day National Chicken Boy’s Day Ginger Cat Appreciation Day No Rhyme (Nor Reason) Day Words that don’t have a proper rhyming word include Bulb, Chimney, Dangerous, Discombobulate, Husband, Marathon, Month, Opus, Orange, Ninth, Pint, Purple, Rhythm, Silver, Spirit, Walrus, Wolf, and Woman. …

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National Bring Your Manners To Work Day

The first Friday of September is National Bring Your Manners To Work Day. This day is dedicated to reminding people to be considerate and polite with their co-workers How many of these issues happen at your place of work? Favoritism? Stolen lunches? Inappropriate clothing? Inappropriate language? ‘Borrowed’ office supplies? Are the boundaries of personal space …

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September is National Milkshake Month!

September is National Milkshake Month! ~ Milkshake Trivia & History ~ When ‘milkshakes’ were first invented in 1885, they also included whiskey. The initial description of the drink was a “sturdy, healthful eggnog type of drink, with eggs, whiskey, etc., served as a tonic as well as a treat.” The basic ingredients for a milkshake include milk, …

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