What are next week's celebrations?
On March 13th, a rich dessert made with coconut's decadent flavor and decorated with it, too. Coconut lovers will love this holiday savoring this rich dessert's delectable taste.
On March 13th, the invention of the shield that keeps our ears warm is commemorated. Each year, the annual celebration highlights the past of the amusement and pioneering invention.
On March 13th, National Good Samaritan Day honors those who give assistance when needed. In both its various aspects, the day is also known as Good Samaritan Involvement Day and honors kindness in all its facets.
On March 13th, the designers and the jewelers who make the special pieces that take our breath away are recognized. The day also honors the precious and semi-precious stones that are turned into stunning pieces of jewelry. Each year, the day reminds us to wear those pieces and admire the artisans who make them shine.
National K9 Veterans Day and the dedicated K9 units who have served since World War II are commemorated on March 13th.
On March 13th, the National Open an Umbrella Indoors Day is a national science experiment of sorts. Open an umbrella indoors and ask if or not you have bad luck.
National Children's Craft Day, which falls on March 14th each year, gives a boost of creative energy right in the middle of National Craft Month. Crafting with children is the day of the week. We open children's eyes to craft, sparking their imagination, and from there, the possibilities are endless.
The mathematical constant is recognized by National Pi Day on March 14th.. The first three and most recognized digits are 3.14, also known as pi. Both pi enthusiasts and pie enthusiasts alike celebrate the day.
On March 14th, America's most popular snack food will be named on America's top snack food, National Potato Chip Day. Millions will enjoy their favorite chip this holiday. It's a good thing that there are so many to choose from!
Everyone has a tale to tell, and National Write Your Story Day, March 14th, encourages you to share your tale in written form.
According to the holiday's founder, Everything You Think Is Wrong Day, a day when decision-making should be avoided as your thoughts are (according to the holiday's founder) incorrect. It is also a day for some people to discover that they are not always correct.
We recognize each state in the order they entered the union, beginning with Hawaii and ending with Hawaii on Independence Day. We feature a small part of each state's past, foods, and the people who make up the state. There's so much more to discover, we can't help but celebrate our beautiful country even more.
National Pears Hélène Day is a food holiday in France that includes warm poached pears, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate sauce.
Each year, National Shoe The World Day on March 15th sheds a light on the benefits of good footwear for millions of people around the world.
Every year on March 15th, World Consumer Rights Day raises global awareness of consumer rights and needs. It's also a day to insist that consumers' rights be respected and protected.
People from around the world join on World Contact to get in touch with extra-terrestrial (ET) life and alien civilizations every year on March 15th.
National Artichoke Hearts Day on March 16th is a fun way to add a touch of flavor to any dish.
Everyone can be their own curl crush by loving and showing off their natural, stunning curls on March 16th.
On March 16th, let National Everything You Do Is Right Day correct all of the information from March 15th. We know that it was a difficult day because it was National Everything You Think Is Wrong Day. But this holiday, you will feel good about everything that you do.
During Sunshine Week, the National Freedom of Information Day is commemorated annually on March 16th. It also commemorates President James Madison's birthday.
National Panda Day, March 16, draws attention to one of the world's rare bears. Pandas are also one of the world's most endangered and adored animals. Both conservationists and animal lovers alike are spreading the word about the international community's growing efforts to protect and restore habitat.
National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day in the United States coincides with St. Patrick's Day on March 17th.
The Feast of St. Patrick's Day, also known as the Feast of St. Patrick, is launched on St. Patrick's Day in the United States. Many will dress green in honor of the Irish and decorate with shamrocks on March 17th. According to lore, the wearing of the green symbol dates back to a tale told about St. Patrick in 1726. St. Patrick (c.) Patrick (c.) Patrick (c.) Patrick (c.) (AD 385–461) illustrated the Holy Trinity with the shamrock and wore green clothing. Although the tale is unlikely to be true, many will revel in the Irish roots and eat traditional Irish fare, too.
Every year on March 18th, Global Recycling Day invites people to look at their garbage in a new way. The initiative serves as a reminder that a significant amount of our garbage is recyclable, recyclable, or not even garbage at all.
We celebrate National Awkward Moments Day on March 18th. Every person can relate to this holiday. We've all had our bad times from time to time. They are a part of life; they just happen.
National Biodiesel Day, each year, honors Rudolf Diesel's birthday and a few others that have piqued increasing attention around the world and around the world.
Cookie holidays are available, and then there is National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day. This holiday is held each year on March 18th, a delicate cookie made from oats is celebrated.
National Supreme Sacrifice Day honors those who have made extraordinary sacrifices for the sake and the benefit of others, as well as those who sacrifice their lives every day for us.
Every year, on March 19th, International Client's Day, provides an opportunity for company owners and managers to thank their clients. It's also a day to remind loyal customers that keeping loyal customers is crucial.
Every year on March 19th, children are encouraged to read to them. The day also encourages children to participate in the discussion of their own literacy.
Our backyards have become our home away from home, our playgrounds, and an extension of our houses. We've commemorated National Backyard Day and all the ways we've improved the spaces and places we've named our oasis on March 19th. We love our backyards.
Every March 19th, National Certified Nurses Day honors the certified nurses who make their daily lives.
On National Chocolate Caramel Day, a popular combination is celebrated each year. Enjoy chocolate and caramel in your new candy bar, ice cream, or dessert on March 19th. It will bring a smile to the majority of people's faces. With this difficult-to-resist combination, you can also invoke cravings for chocolate caramel coffee, milkshakes, or just about every dessert.
On March 19th, National Let's Laugh Day, each year, reminds us to bring a little humor to our day. It's never good to be serious all the time, and allowing the laughter to flow from time to time is beneficial to everyone.
As it is National Poultry Day, Poultry is the theme for March 19th. No fowl moods or ruffled feathers were ruffled feathers. However, there may be some quacking and gobbling going on.