NATIONAL DAIQUIRI DAY – July 19

Each year on July 19th, people across the United States fill their glasses with a rum-based cocktail and toast to National Daiquiri Day. So, raise your glass and join all of the others in this celebration! Daiquiri is a family of cocktails whose main ingredients are rum, citrus juice (typically lime), and sugar. Tasting of …
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INTERNATIONAL SKINNY DIP DAY – Second Saturday in July

International Skinny Dip Day on the second Saturday in July. July 11, 2020, celebrates the natural experience of a clothing-free swim. The day wraps up National Nude Recreation Week. While many may turn their noses up at a skinny dip, organizers of the day say it’s a long-time tradition. Even famous American patriots such as …
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NATIONAL BIKINI DAY – July 5

Since July 5, 1946, women have been hitting the beaches and poolsides in bikinis. National Bikini Day marks the anniversary of the invention of the revealing two-piece bathing suit. Named after the Bikini Atoll, where the United States conducted atomic tests, the two-piece bathing suit made its debut in Paris. French designer Louis Réard wanted …
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NATIONAL HAWAII DAY

On July 5th, National Hawaii Day recognizes the 50th state to be granted statehood. Eight islands make up The Aloha State, the largest of which is named Hawaii. The islands of Maui, Oahu, and Kauai are the next in size followed by Molokai, Lanai, Nihau, and Kahoolawe. Nearly 2,000 years ago, Polynesians navigated the Pacific …
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NATIONAL HAMMOCK DAY – July 22

On July 22nd, relax in the shade and enjoy National Hammock Day. These portable, comfortable slings create excellent napping spaces no matter where you are! Try some of these on you patio, porch, or in a livingroom corner. They make a great place to curl up with a good book or catch some zzz’s. A …
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D-Day – June 6

D-Day June 6, 1944, is known most commonly by the term D-Day. It refers to the landing of Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, France staging one of the pivotal attacks against Germany during World War II. World War II museums, memorials, and ceremonies will be honoring the American, British and Canadian forces who …
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Journeys in June

Junе іѕ the 6th mоnth оf the modern Georgian Cаlеndаr. In 46 BC, Julius Caesar modified the Roman Calendar by dividing the year into twelve months. By adding two months, the Julian calendar moved June to from the 4th month to its current position.  Thе month of June hаѕ 30 dауѕ іn total. Thеrе аrе …
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NATIONAL EARTH DAY

Each year on April 22nd, National Earth Day campaigns around the globe promote ways to save the Earth.  Since its inception, the organizers promote events educating the public about a variety of subjects including: climate change air pollution water pollution erosion recycling composting renewable fuels and power carbon footprints efficient cars rain forests ecosystems As …
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NATIONAL OREGON DAY

On March 8, National Oregon Day recognizes the 33rd state to join the union. Today join the International Women’s Day celebrations. Also known as The Beaver State, Oregon’s climate enjoys the warm Pacific air west of the Cascade Mountains and in the lush Willamette Valley. More extreme temperature ranges are experienced in Oregon’s high desert. …
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