"april holidays - what holidays are in April"

April holidays begin with April Fool’s Day and Easter on the first of the month. There are your health holidays, which includes World Health Day and Autism Awareness Day, as well as the numerous food holidays – from National Empanada day to National Beer Day. And of course – weRead More →

"passover"

Passover? Passover celebrates the Exodus, the freedom from the slavery of the children of Israel from ancient Egypt. The story of Passover is that Pharaoh, feeling threatened by the success of the Israelites, enslaved them with cruel and bitter labor. Moses, joined by his older brother Aaron, went to PharaohRead More →

"april fools day"

April Fool’s Day April 1st, frequently referred to as April Fool’s Day is celebrated around the world with a day filled with fun-filled pranks and hopefully laughter. While April 1st is not a federal holiday – when people ask, “What day is today?” the answer is the same throughout theRead More →

World Caramel Day - April 5th

CARAMEL DAY Caramel is a delicious treat in which sugar is heated,¬†breaks down and turns into delicious caramel with a rich golden color and iconic flavor.¬† Caramel is delicious plain or caramel apples are delicious, as well. Not to be confused with National Chocolate Caramel Day on March 19th, whichRead More →

"national twinkie day"

Twinkie Day Twinkie Day is about celebrating one of America’s favorite snack cakes. Marketed as a “Golden Sponge Cake with Creamy Filling. Twinkies were invented in Schiller Park, Illinois, by James Alexander Dewar, a baker for the Continental Baking Company. Since there were several machines that were used to makeRead More →

"student signing day"

National Student-Athlete Day National Student-Athlete Day is celebrated throughout the months of March and April at NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) colleges and universities. The observation of National Student-Athlete Day, started in 1987, by recognizing the accomplishments of student-athletes who excel in the classroom, the play-field and in community services.Read More →