What are this month's celebrations

National Dadgum That's Good Day

National Dadgum That's Good Day ushers in a season of delectable seasonings, baking, and generally good times spent with family and friends on March 1st. Dadgum, That's Good is more than just a Southern word and the name of John McLemore's best-selling cookbook collection. It's the summation of a life's effort in creating delectable food with his world-class Masterbuilt cooking products.

National Fruit Compote Day

Each year, National Fruit Compote Day, a celebration of sweet berries, citrus, and stone fruit delights the senses.

National Horse Protection Day

The plight of horses in America and elsewhere is shown by National Horse Protection Day on March 1st, which highlights the plight of horses in America and elsewhere. The day aims to help thousands of homeless horses in this country find forever homes.

National Minnesota Day

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 Peanut Butter Lover’s Day

National Peanut Butter Lover's Day was held on March 1st, and a special peanut butter lover's day was created. Ah, peanut butter. Peanut butter can be recognized by one day but not enough to recognize peanut butter. The goober has been paired, blended, and added to many delicious recipes!

National Pig Day

The domesticated pig is recognized on National Pig Day, which is annually held on March 1st. This holiday includes activities and celebrations at zoos, colleges, nursing homes, and sporting festivals around the country. Pig parties, pig parades, and auctions of pig collectibles are among the other commemorated National Pig Day activities.

National Sunkist Citrus Day

On March 1, the sunny history of citrus groves is commemorated, as well as the legacy of family-owned citrus farms.

Self-injury Awareness Day

Each year, Self-Injury Awareness Day, focuses on raising awareness and assistance on a misunderstood issue.

World Music Therapy Day

Every year on March 1st, World Music Therapy Day sheds a light on music therapists around the world. The day also showcases how music can make life happier and more fulfilling.

National Banana Cream Pie Day

The calendar is full of pie days, and National Banana Cream Pie Day is no exception. Be sure to purchase your copy of one of America's all-time favorite creampies on March 2nd.

National Read Across America Day (dr. Seuss Day)

National Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2nd, the birthday of Dr. Seuss, each year. The annual festival is part of Read Across America, the National Education Association's initiative on reading. When the event is planned to encourage reading in children and is fostered in the schools, the day is observed on the nearest school day.

World Book Day Uk

On the first Thursday of March each year, World Book Day in the United Kingdom and Ireland encourages placing a book in every child and young adult's hand. They've been on mission since 1995!

World Teen Mental Wellness Day

World Teen Mental Wellness Day, scheduled on March 2nd, aims to normalize debate and debunk stigmas surrounding teen mental health problems.

National Anthem Day

The day the United States adopted The Star-Spangled Banner as its National Anthem on National Anthem Day in the United States is commemorated on National Anthem Day. In 1931, the Star-Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, became the National Anthem.

National Cold Cuts Day

Dagwood will eat his heart out on March 3rd because it's National Cold Cuts Day. Call them lunch meats, deli meats, sandwich meats, or cold cuts. Some people like them thick, while others stack them a mile high. Others are still preferring cheese and crackers, while others are still craving them with cheese and crackers. National Cold Cuts Day was created for sandwich and snack makers, however you like them.

National I Want You To Be Happy Day

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National Mulled Wine Day

On March 3rd, we're warming up with fruits, spices, and wine. A hot mug of mulled wine hits the spot in the lingering days of winter, filling the house with pleasant aromas.

National Soup It Forward Day

On March 3rd, National Soup It Forward Day encourages us to give love and compassion by the bowlful. We all know that a warm cup of kindness comes in many forms.

World Hearing Day

Every year on March 3rd, World Hearing Day raises the concern of hearing loss prevention. It's also a day that promotes ear and hearing care.

World Wildlife Day

On March 3rd, the World Wildlife Day celebrates all life on our planet. The annual festival is regarded as the most significant, raising concerns of endangered and endangered plants and animals. We now face the challenge of overexploiting our marine species as a planet. Human impact has not only caused pollution and destroyed coastal habitats, but also irreversible harm through global mass consumption.

Marching Music Day

Every March 4th, March forth to the rhythm of life on Marching Music Day. Honor the dedicated musicians and performers of many genres and backgrounds. Music on the Move is celebrated in all of art forms on Marching Music Day.

National Grammar Day

On March 4th, National Grammar Day is celebrated throughout the United States each year. Both verbal and written language, the observance encourages the use of correct grammar in both verbal and written languages.

National Hug A G.i. Day

National Hug a G.I. Day is the only day on the calendar that is not a military command.

National Pound Cake Day

National Pound Cake Day honors one of the dessert world's most versatile cakes on March 4th. Bakers and cake lovers alike celebrate each year. Enjoy a piece (or two) of this delectable treat.

National Sons Day

Every year on March 4th, National Sons Day honors the sons of the world and those who raise them. The day also includes a look at a son's career and his friendship with those around him.

World Obesity Day

Every year on March 4th, World Obesity Day encourages people around the world to take action against the obesity epidemic. It's also a day to raise obesity awareness, encourage advocacy, improve policies, and share experiences.

National Absinthe Day

National Absinthe Day, March 5th, is also known as National Absinthe Day. This day is for those who are 21 years or older to enjoy absinthe, a drink that is popular in the United States.

National Cheese Doodle Day

On March 5th, the fingers turn a cheesy orange as we snack on these delectable treats. These cheddar cheese-coated snacks are available in puffed or crunchy, fried, or baked and are available in puffed or crispy, fried, or baked. They also come in single-serving or jumbo-sized bags.

National Multiple Personality Day

On March 5th, two distinct ways to commemorate this day are given.

National Dentist’s Day

On March 6th, we'll all remember to say, Thank you to the person who keeps our pearly whites in tip-top shape every 6 months.

National Dress Day

On March 6th, we observe National Dress Day by focusing on memorable events from which we can recall fondest memories by what we were wearing.

National Oreo Cookie Day

As it is National Oreo Cookie Day, be sure to observe by holding your glass of milk on hand. On March 6th, this day is celebrated around the world each year.

National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day

On March 6th, National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day will provide another way to celebrate one of our favorite desserts. Bakers from around the country inspire us with their delectable creations on this indulgent day.

National Be Heard Day

Small businesses around the country are encouraged to make their presence known on the 7th day of March each year. The day honors the over 145 million small businesses in the United States struggling to be heard amid the big-business-dominated chaos.

National Cereal Day

Each year, National Cereal Day is March 7th, so we should get our bowl spoons ready for National Cereal Day. Since the end of the 19th century, cereal has been America's most popular breakfast dish.

National Crown Roast Of Pork Day

On National Crown Roast of Pork Day, a delectable and elegant savory dish on National Crown Roast of Pork Day is recognized. The menu suggests that a beautifully laid table is set to host a feast worthy of royalty or a celebration.

National Flapjack Day

National Flapjack Day is celebrated on March 7th with piping hot flavor and goodness. The day honors the robust, wholesome cakes we've been baking for generations. Recipes passed down from grandmother to son and mother to daughter are still giving smiles to families around the country.

International Women's Day

Each year, International Women's Day, on March 8th, commemorates women around the world's political, economic, and political achievements. The day also raises international attention to gender parity. Global gender parity is projected to be achieved by 2133, according to the World Economic Forum.

National Oregon Day

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 Peanut Cluster Day

National Peanut Cluster Day is March 8th, and it is the National Peanut Cluster Day. Melted chocolate mixed with peanuts makes a delectable and salty snack combo!

National Proofreading Day

Proofreading our written work is a hallmark of every year on March 8th, National Proofreading Day highlights the importance of proofreading our written work. Many that enjoy proofreading are also able to gently correct others. However, constructive criticism is usually welcome if given the opportunity to proofread another's work.

National Barbie Day

National Barbie Day, March 9th, honors an iconic toy that premiered on this day in 1959. Barbie debuted at the American International Toy Fair in New York in New York.

National Crab Meat Day

National Crab Meat Day (also National Crabmeat Day) is a day to commemorate one of America's favorite crustaceans, and it is celebrated annually on March 9th. With 1.5 million tons of crab consumed every year around the world, many crab meat enthusiasts celebrate every year.

National Get Over It Day

People from around the country observe National Get Over It Day on March 9th. Each year on the 9th of March, people around the world observe National Get Over It Day. GET OVER IT. The day is to do exactly that, as it says, so do it.

National Meatball Day

On March 9th, we celebrate National Meatball Day, one of the best American food holidays, on March 9th.

International Bagpipe Day

Every year on March 10th, International Bagpipe Day commemorates this special device. To the general public, the day also highlights the diversity of bagpipes.

National Blueberry Popover Day

What better way to start March 10th than with National Blueberry Popover Day? Popovers are airy rolls that puff up when baked, peeking over the tin's edge. On the outside, they are light and crisp, but the insides are warm and often hollow, while the insides are warm and often hollow. They can be filled with custards, creams, and fruit for a sweet treat, especially blueberries.

National Mario Day

On Mar 10, National Mario Day in the United States recognizes an iconic character from a popular video game. The character, who is now known as Mario, first appeared in 1981 in a Nintendo game called Donkey Kong.

National Pack Your Lunch Day

On March 10th, National Pack Your Lunch Day encourages people around the country to bring their lunch to work, school, or wherever they're spending the day. With fresh and healthful meal options, it's a chance to reimagine lunchtime.

National Women And Girls Hiv/aids Awareness Day

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, which is celebrated annually on March 10th, empowers people around the world with knowledge and facts about HIV/AIDS. It also focuses on the often overlooked effect it has on women and girls.

National 311 Day

National 311 Day on 311 Day provides an annual reminder that 311 is a resource for communities around the country to connect with their city and non-emergency services. The 311 system is the non-emergency number to call in many cities around the country for residents to report problems, find out about city services, and ask questions.

National Funeral Director And Mortician Recognition Day

On March 11th, National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day reminds us to thank the professionals who consider every need during the most difficult time in our lives.

National Johnny Appleseed Day

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National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day

On March 11th, a healthier version of the classic waffle is on display at National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day. A waffle dish made from whole grain oats and chopped nuts is a delectable, healthy way to start your morning.

National Promposal Day

The ultimate question each year is asked on March 11th, on National Promposal Day. Will you go to prom with me? says the young girl. It's the day for high school students from around North America to design their own invitation to the year's grand celebration.

National Worship Of Tools Day

National Worship of Tools Day is March 11th. This is a day to go out into the garage, the tool shed, the storage closet, or wherever you keep your tools. You can clean them, reorganize them, make something new with them, make something new with them, or even go to the store and buy a new one.

World Plumbing Day

Every year on March 11th, World Plumbing Day highlights the critical role of plumbing in safeguarding public health.

National Baked Scallops Day

The scallop is a common delicacy on March 12th and is commemorated on National Baked Scallops Day and a common delicacy.

National Girl Scout Day

Girl Scouting in America each year is recognized as part of Girl Scout Week, National Girl Scout Day on March 12th honors Girl Scouting's rich history and legacy.

National Plant A Flower Day

Spring is just around the corner, and March 12th is the day to participate in National Plant a Flower Day. Each year this day is dedicated to the planting of flowers and looking forward to the spring season. Flower gardening has become a favorite among many, young and old, and National Plant a Flower Day is a start to the new season each year.

National Working Moms Day

Every mother is a working mother. National Working Moms Day, March 12th, honors the breadwinners and the breadmakers, the educators, and the role models, all of our children's lives.

National Coconut Torte Day

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.

National Earmuff Day

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.

National Good Samaritan Day

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.

National Jewel Day

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

National K9 Veterans Day and the dedicated K9 units who have served since World War II are commemorated on March 13th.

National Open An Umbrella Indoors Day

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

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.

National Learn About Butterflies Day

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National Pi Day

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.

National Potato Chip 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!

National Write Down Your Story Day

Everyone has a tale to tell, and National Write Your Story Day, March 14th, encourages you to share your tale in written form.

Everything You Think Is Wrong Day

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.

National Kansas Day

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 Helene Day

National Pears Hélène Day is a food holiday in France that includes warm poached pears, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate sauce.

National Shoe The World Day

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.

World Consumer Rights Day

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.

World Contact Day

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

National Artichoke Hearts Day on March 16th is a fun way to add a touch of flavor to any dish.

National Curl Crush Day

Everyone can be their own curl crush by loving and showing off their natural, stunning curls on March 16th.

National Everything You Do Is Right Day

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.

National Freedom Of Information Day

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

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

National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day in the United States coincides with St. Patrick's Day on March 17th.

St. Patrick's Day

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.

Global Recycling Day

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.

National Awkward Moments Day

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

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.

National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day

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 Sloppy Joe Day


National Supreme Sacrifice Day

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.

International Client's Day

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.

International Read To Me Day

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.

National Backyard Day

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.

National Certified Nurses Day

Every March 19th, National Certified Nurses Day honors the certified nurses who make their daily lives.

National Chocolate Caramel Day

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.

National Let’s Laugh Day

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.

National Poultry Day

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.

French Language Day

On March 20, French Language Day explores the language as a culture, how it represents history, and honors accomplishments. The human race is represented in many languages around the world.

National Native Hiv/aids Awareness Day

Many organizations around the country joined together on March 20th, National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, to raise awareness and help in communities around the country.

National Ravioli Day

The March 20th is the birth of a fun-filled and versatile pasta dish. National Ravioli Day is a food holiday for pasta enthusiasts. So choose your favorite filling and sauce and cook up a dish that everyone will love.

World Flour Day

World Flour Day, March 20th, recognizes the importance of flour in our daily diets and our health. Products made from flour are available in every part of the world. Products made from flour provide daily sustenance to billions of people.

World Oral Health Day

Every year on March 20th, World Oral Health Day, people around the world are encouraged to look after their oral health.

World Storytelling Day

Every year on March 20th, World Storytelling Day honors oral storytelling. It's also a day for people around the world to listen and tell stories in as many languages as possible.

International Colour Day

Every year on March 21st, International Colour Day celebrates all aspects of colour and the impact it has on our lives. The day also encourages people to consider how colour makes our world a better place.

National California Strawberry Day

National California Strawberry Day marks the strawberry season in California as part of National Nutrition Month. The annual festival, which is usually the first full day of spring, takes place on March 21st. It's the perfect time to refresh our senses and get excited about fresh fruit dishes.

National Common Courtesy Day

On March 21st, National Common Courtesy Day serves as a reminder of the behavior that has caused society to devolve into a sea of madness. In addition,, the day reminds us how important common courtesy is in our lives and gives us examples to help us improve.

National Countdown Day

1...2...1...1...National Countdown Day, March 21 ticks down the minutes, seconds, or days to big and small events.

National Fragrance Day

Spring is back in the air, as well as National Fragrance Day. On March 21st, each year, let your favorite scents lift your mood or transport you to another location.

National French Bread Day

On March 21st, National French Bread Day bakes up a delectable celebration enjoyed by millions around the country each year.

National Proposal Day

The days and nights are balanced on March 20th, the days and nights are equal, and National Proposal Day provides an equal opportunity for a marriage proposal. For those, this is the day they've been waiting patiently to arrive without success. Others will pop the question right away.

National Single Parent Day

National Single Parents Day, March 21st, honors the mothers and fathers who stayed down the fort with all the hard work, dedication, and sacrifices involved in single parenting. Raising children can be difficult. Doing it alone doubles the strain. Single parents carry a heavy load, whether by choice or circumstance. One person can only do so much between work, school, daycare, doctor visits, and the list goes on.

World Down Syndrome Day

People with Down syndrome and their supporters have a voice and a chance to be understood on World Down Syndrome Day, March 21st. It's a day when we gather and coordinate activities to raise public knowledge of the genetic disorder. The aim is to educate others on the benefits of helping our friends and families who have directly and indirectly lived with Down syndrome.

World Puppetry Day

Every year on March 21st, World Puppetry Day aims to recognize puppetry as a global art form. It's also a day to celebrate puppeteers around the world.

National Bavarian Crepes Day

The National Bavarian Crepes Day is celebrated annually on March 22nd. Serving up a light and airy dish.

National Goof Off Day

Every year, National Goof Off Day on March 22nd gives everyone the opportunity to have a little more fun. The day is also known as International Goof Off Day.

National West Virginia Day

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.

World Water Day

On March 22, World Water Day focuses our attention on the Earth's most essential resource. World Water Day's aim is to ensure safe water sources for all the world's inhabitants.

National Chip And Dip Day

It's National Day just for the chip and dip on March 23rd. Many around the country celebrate National Chip And Dip Day in honor of a delectable combination that is beloved by many. Chips and dip are a quick and easy party dish that also caters for great parties. They're great for just about every occasion. Chips and dips are the way to go from watching the game to hunkering down for a big storm. Please, there will be no double-dipping!

National Melba Toast Day

National Melba Toast Day, a food holiday, is recognized on March 23rd. Melba toast is a dry, crisp, thinly sliced toast. It is often served with salad or soup, or it can be eaten plain or with a topping.

National Near Miss Day


National Puppy Day

National Puppy Day, which is observed each year, honors the unconditional love and compassion puppies bring to our households. Their cuddles and wiggles make us smile, and there are squeals of delight when puppies are around, without question.

National Tamale Day

National Tamale Day, whether sweet or savory, is commemorated on March 23rd, when a traditional Mexican dish made from a cornmeal dough and filled with a variety of meats, vegetables, or fruit.

World Meteorological Day

Every year on March 23rd, World Meteorological Day commemorates the date when the World Meteorological Union was established in 1950. This day also educates the public on the importance of meteorology.

National Cheesesteak Day

On March 24th, not only celebrates a delectable sandwich but it honors one of this country's greatest debates; who invented this delectableness?

National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day

A chocolate-covered raisin or a box of them is worth celebrating on National Day. National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day is on March 24th, and raisins are coated in a shell of either milk chocolate or dark chocolate.

National Cocktail Day

On March 24th, enjoy all your favorite cocktails. In all the right ways to savor a drink at the end of a long workday, ushers in National Cocktail Day ushers. This day is for you, whether you like a fruity drink, blended or on the rocks. In your bartender book, Mocktail, virgin, or the real thing, celebrates the lemon, lime, bitters, vodka, whiskey, and liqueurs that make your favorite beverages the best in your bartender book.

World Tuberculosis Day

Every year on March 24th, World Tuberculosis Day aims to raise public knowledge of tuberculosis' global epidemic. The observance also aims to raise hopes to eliminate the deadly disease from its causes.

National Lobster Newburg Day

On March 25th, the ushers in a commemoration of a sea captain will dined in a commemoration worthy of a sea captain. Lobster Newburg, an American seafood dish, includes lobster, butter, cream, cognac, sherry, eggs, and cayenne pepper.

National Medal Of Honor Day

All Medal of Honor recipients are recognized on National Medal of Honor Day on March 25th. The Medal of Honor is the highest military award for valor in the United States, and was first established in 1861.

Tolkien Reading Day

Tolkien Reading Day is a favorite among fans of the renowned author, who is celebrated around the world on March 25th.

Epilepsy Awareness Day -purple Day

On March 26th, Epilepsy Awareness Day aims to raise the public's awareness of a medical disorder that affects nearly 50 million people worldwide. People are encouraged to wear purple in support of epilepsy awareness, also known as Purple Day.

National Nougat Day

On March 26th, a soft and chewy, or even hard and crunchy candy often found in a candy bar's center.

National Spinach Day

National Spinach Day, each year, reminds us of the health benefits packed into this leafy green vegetable's leafy green vegetable. Not only are there so many delicious ways to enjoy spinach, but it is also incredibly healthy for you!

International Medical Science Liaison Day

On March 27th, International Medical Science Liaison Day recognizes the vital role Medical Science Liaisons (MSL) plays in a company's success.

International Whisk(e)y Day

Every year, whiskey enthusiasts from around the world come together to celebrate their favorite distilled alcoholic beverage, the whiskey drink of the year. The parenthesis is used to highlight the Scots, Canadians, and Japanese who can't spell it without an e. When writing out the word whiskey, the Irish and Americans include the letter e.

National Joe Day

On March 27th, Joe, Jo, Joey, Joseph, Josephine, and Josephine are among the many people to enjoy a cup of joe with all your friends named Joe, Jo, Joseph, Josephine, and Josephine. While you're at it, don't forget Joette, Jody, Johanna, Jodie, or some other variation of the name Joe. You could make quite a few nicknames from this one name if you didn't know it.

National Scribble Day

Children are inspired by art on National Scribble Day on March 27.

National Spanish Paella Day

National Spanish Paella Day is the annual celebration of National Spanish Paella Day on March 27th. Paella, a Spanish rice dish, has become extremely popular and is widely distributed around the world. It appeared in its modern form in Valencia, on Spain's east coast, in the mid-19th century.

World Theatre Day

The lights dim and the audience settles. As the curtain rises, months of anticipation come to fruition, and a tale comes to life. The importance of theater arts is being recognized as it continues to expand, entertain, teach, and change us. World Theater Day honors the importance of theater arts as it continues to inspire, entertain, teach, and change us.

National Black Forest Cake Day

On National Black Forest Cake Day, the decadent and delectable dessert on National Black Forest Cake Day is commemorated. Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte, the German word for the German dessert Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte, means Black Forest cherry torte.

National Something On A Stick Day

National Something on a Stick Day, which is observed each year, is a food holiday that encourages you to use your creative skills. The possibilities are endless once you get off the ground. Stick-based foods are fun and easy to eat.

National Triglycerides Day

National Triglycerides Day, March 28, shines a spotlight on one of the key factors to a healthy lifestyle.

National Weed Appreciation Day


World Piano Day

Every year on March 28th, World Piano Day unites piano enthusiasts around the world as they honor the king of musical instruments. Piano players of all ages and abilities are also encouraged to play in public spaces.

National Lemon Chiffon Cake Day

The National Lemon Chiffon Cake Day, March 29th, is a bright and zesty celebration among the cake holidays.

National Mom And Pop Business Owners Day

On March 29th, National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day honors all small business owners each year.

National Nevada Day

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 Vietnam War Veterans Day

On March 29, National Vietnam War Veterans Day honors the men and women who served and sacrificed during the country's longest war.

National Doctors Day

National Doctors Day honors the professionals for their service and contributions to society and the community on March 30th each year. Patients are welcomed for the first time and again by their dedication. We say thank you to our doctors for all that they do for us and our families on National Doctors Day.

National I Am In Control Day

On March 30th, National I am in Control Day reminds us of a day when things were clearly out of control.

National Pencil Day

Each year, the writing utensil is commemorated on National Pencil Day, which has achieved more than just teach millions of the alphabet and draw straight lines. It's also helped win wars and spawned amazing art.

National Take A Walk In The Park Day

On March 30th, each year, National Take A Walk In The Park Day encourages us to stretch our legs on our favorite trail or in our neighborhood park. A pleasant, leisurely walk in the park would be a relaxing and therapeutic way to unwind after a long day.

National Turkey Neck Soup Day

Cooks are challenged to make a delectable soup with the stock made from a turkey's neck. National Turkey Neck Soup Day is March 30th.

National Virtual Vacation Day

National Virtual Vacation Day is approaching, reminding us all to relax, recharge, and refresh no matter where we are located on March 30th.

World Bipolar Day

World Bipolar Day, which is observed globally on March 30th, raises awareness and with a desire to remove the disorder's social stigma commonly associated with the condition.

National Bunsen Burner Day

On March 31st each year, German chemist Robert Wilhelm Eberhard von Bunsen's birthday is commemorated.

National Clams On The Half Shell Day

On the Half Shell Day, clam enthusiasts will celebrate one of the world's most unique dishes on the Half Shell Day.

World Backup Day

As we've become more dependent on technology, World Backup Day, March 31st, reminds us to shield our valuable digital records as we've become more dependent on technology.