April 6th is Bohring-opitz Syndrome (bos) Awareness, National Caramel Popcorn, National Carbonara, National Sorry Charlie, National Student-athlete and more!

Bohring-opitz Syndrome (bos) Awareness Day

Every year, Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS) Awareness Day takes place on April 6th. The day's aim is to educate both the public and the medical community about the condition, as well as families with someone with BOS.

National Caramel Popcorn Day

National Caramel Popcorn Day, which falls on April 6th, brings back memories of fairs, sporting performances, and fun snacking.

National Carbonara Day

On April 6th, enjoy the flavors of Italy and honor National Carbonara Day! This delectable pasta dish is made with a creamy sauce with traces of pancetta.

National Sorry Charlie Day


National Student-athlete Day

On April 6th, National STUDENT-Athlete Day (NSAD), an annual event that takes place annually, gives the opportunity to recognize student-athletes' outstanding performances.

National Tartan Day

On April 6th, the Scottish heritage carries on throughout the United States, and the estimated 20-25 million Americans claim Scottish descent. The commemoration takes place during Scottish American Heritage Month.

National Teflon Day

Each year, Dr. Roy Plunkett's accidental invention of Teflon on April 6, 1938, is commemorated on National Teflon Day.