NATIONAL LAWN AND GARDEN MONTH

National Lawn and Garden Month is celebrated each year in April. Lawns and gardens go together. By spring we are all anxious to get outside and enjoy the nice weather and the rebirth of all things green. In most residential neighborhoods making the most out of your outdoor space means adapting to small spaces. Where …
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NATIONAL GARDEN MONTH

During National Garden Month in April, gather up your tools. You have permission to get dirty! Like any other gardener, you’ve spent the last few months paging through catalogs dreaming and planning the next big adventure.  The time has come.  Whether you dream in color, spice or flavor, the all-important pleasure is getting to place those …
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NATIONAL FELT HAT DAY

On September 15th, tip your hat for National Felt Hat Day! The observance recognizes a stylish head protection worn throughout history. Historically, men and women wore hats as protection and status symbols, too. This time of year, people traded in the lighter, cooler straw hat for the warmer felt hat. Additionally, etiquette dictated what hats …
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FALL HAT MONTH – September

Fall is here, and it’s getting colder, so it’s time to break out the headgear. It’s Fall Hat Month! During Fall Hat Month, switch out of the cool-weather head protection and into stylish felt and fabric styles. Hats were probably one of the first items of clothing found among primitive humankind. In ancient times, hats …
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NATIONAL HAT DAY – January 15

Hang on to your hats and celebrate in style on National Hat Day. Celebrated each year on January 15th, don your favorite fedora, cap, cloche, derby or sunhat. Dig out your ceremonial best and tell the story behind it. Wear your warmest tuque, stocking cap, beanie and share the name you give it. There are …
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