February 27th is Anosmia Awareness, International Polar Bear, National Kahlua, National Polar Bear, National Protein and more!
Anosmia Awareness Day, February 27th, brings attention to a condition that causes a loss of smell. Of all our senses, smell perhaps is taken for granted more than any other.
Every year on February 27th, International Polar Bear Day raises concerns about the challenges that polar bears face every year. It's also a day to find ways to minimize the effects of global climate change.
On February 27th, National Kahl's Day honors the rich, cream coffee liqueur that also serves up a variety of delectable desserts. This alcoholic beverage also adds to cocktails and adult flavored desserts. To celebrate, you may want to use Kahlua, a coffee-flavored rum-based liquor, to flavor your ice cream or another dessert such as cheesecake or cake. As a shot or on the rocks, it also tastes great in coffee, hot chocolate, creamy cocktails, and creamy cocktails.
On February 27th, the dazzling polar bear, also known as International Polar Bear Day, focuses our attention on conservation efforts and learning more about the dazzling polar bear.
Every year on February 27th, National Protein Day raises national attention and concern about the health benefits of protein. It's also a day to learn more about various sources of plant and animal protein.
On February 27, National Retro Day brings us right back to a time before smartphones and the internet.
On February 27th, we will continue with February's heart-shaped and red theme by celebrating National Strawberry Day. These juicy, sweet berries will brighten up any dish and are delectable on their own.
The work of the people behind not-for-profit organizations around the world every day is recognized by the World Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Day. NGOs are active on local, regional, and international levels. World NGO Day, whether large or small, celebrates all the contributions these organizations bring to the planet.