December 6th is Mitten Tree, National Gazpacho, National Microwave Oven, National Miner's, National Pawnbrokers and more!
Mitten Tree Day, December 6th, commemorates the gift of warmth. It's a day to gather mittens, hang them on a Christmas tree, and then give them to those in need.
On December 6th, a flavorful soup that cooks serve cold is recognized on National Gazpacho Day. This traditionally tomato-based vegetable soup originated in Andalucia, Spain's southern Spanish region. Gazpacho is a staple in Spanish cuisine, especially during the summer months.
National Microwave Oven Day, December 6th, honors one appliance that changed how we use the kitchen.
The contributions of miners around the country are commemorated on National Miner's Day. In addition, the day honors the mining country's hardworking employees.
National Pawnbrokers Day, each year on December 6th, honors a career that provides a valuable service to their clients. Many that are in need of cash and also those looking for a good price are utilizing pawnbrokers' services.