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

March 24 in History

March 24 in Pop Culture History March 24th is… Day of Achievers Cheesesteak Day Chocolate Covered Raisin Day Cocktail Day Tuberculosis Day 1707 – The Acts of Union 1707 was signed, officially uniting the Kingdoms and parliaments of England and Scotland to create the Kingdom of Great Britain. 1765 – The Kingdom of Great Britain

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

March 3 in History

March 3 in Pop Culture History March 3rd is… National Anthem Day Canadian Bacon Day National Cold Cuts Day I Want You to Be Happy Day Irish Whiskey Day is an opportunity for people worldwide to celebrate and enjoy Irish whiskey and learn more about its history and cultural significance. Many bars and restaurants offer …

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March 2 in History

March 2 in Pop Culture History March 2nd is… 302 Day (in Delaware) Banana Cream Pie Day Dr. Seuss’s Birthday National Old Stuff Day International Rescue Cat Day World Teen Mental Wellness Day The 1933 film King Kong is considered a classic of American cinema and a groundbreaking achievement in film history. There are several …

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March 1 in History

March 1 in Pop Culture History March 1st is… Asiatic Fleet Memorial Day World Compliment Day Dadgum, That’s Good Day Fruit Compote Day Horse Protection Day Peanut Butter Lover’s Day National Pig Day Plan a Solo Vacation Day Self-Injury Awareness Day Share A Smile Day Wedding Planning Day The Salem Witch Trials were a series …

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Special Days in March

Notable About March… Spring: In the northern hemisphere, March is often considered the start of spring, as the weather begins to warm up and the days grow longer. Holidays: March is the month of Saint Patrick’s Day, a holiday celebrated in Ireland and by Irish communities worldwide. It is also the month of International Women’s …

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Leap Day Coming February 29 in 2024

February 29 in Pop Culture History February 29th is… Bachelors Day has its roots in an old Irish legend involving Saint Bridget and Saint Patrick. According to the legend, Saint Bridget complained to Saint Patrick about the unequal power distribution between men and women when choosing a partner for marriage. In response, Saint Patrick supposedly …

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February 28 in History

February 28 in Pop Culture History February 28th is… Car Keys and Small Change Day is celebrated on February 28th each year and is an occasion to recognize the practical utility of pockets. Pockets have been a part of clothing for centuries, providing a convenient place to store small items like car keys, coins, and …

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February 27 in History

February 27 in Pop Culture History February 27th is… Anosmia Awareness Day is a day to raise awareness about anosmia, a medical condition characterized by a total or partial lack of smell. Many factors, including viral infections, head injuries, and age-related deterioration, can cause anosmia. One of the most well-known effects of anosmia is the …

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February 26 in History

February 26 in Pop Culture History February 26th is… Carnival Day: Officially February 26, a celebration that takes place over a few days, typically leading up to Lent, which occurs in February or March. As Lent traditionally involves fasting, and abstaining from certain foods and drinks, the Carnival serves as an occasion to indulge in …

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February 25 in History

February 25 in Pop Culture History February 25th is… National Chocolate-Covered Nut Day and Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Day: A day to celebrate the delicious combination of chocolate and nuts in all its forms. Clam Chowder Day celebrates the traditional New England-style chowder, a hearty soup made from clams, potatoes, onions, and cream. The origins of …

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February 24 in History

February 24 in Pop Culture History February 24th is… Bartender Day is observed annually on February 24th as a celebration of bartenders, one of the world’s oldest professions. On this day, bartenders showcase their unique skills and creations. Although the role of a bartender might seem modern, the profession has a long history, dating back …

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