February 14th is National Cream-filled Chocolates, National Ferris Wheel, National Organ Donor, Valentine's and more!
Chocolate lovers rejoice as February 14th is National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day. Around 58 million pounds of chocolate will be purchased on the same day. The bulk of the candy will be packaged in heart-shaped boxes filled with bite-sized chocolates with ooey, gooey centers. On Valentine's Day, quite a few of these cream-filled goodies will be exchanged and posted.
National Ferris Wheel Day is the annual celebration of National Ferris Wheel Day on February 14th. The Ferris Wheel's founder, George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr., is the man who invented the Ferris Wheel. The holiday is dedicated to George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr., who invented the Ferris Wheel.
National Organ Donor Day (also known as National Organ Donor Day) is a day that is observed each year, and it aims to raise concerns about organ donation and the lives it saves each year. More than 120,000 people are waiting for a life-saving organ donation in the United States.
Valentine's Day, a liturgical celebration of one or two early Christian saints named Valentinus, began as St. Valentine's Day, a liturgical celebration of one or two early Christian saints named Valentinus. As the art of courtly love was then flourishing, the tradition of courtly love was first identified during the High Middle Ages. This day in 18th-century England, this day has developed into an event in which couples demonstrated their love for each other by delivering flowers, offering confectionery, and sending Valentine cards.