"Cinco de Mayo - May 5th"

Cinco de Mayo While Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in the U.S. by going out for a margarita, do you know what you are celebrating? The day honors the victory of Mexico over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.  The Mexicans did not winRead More →

"national beverage day"

National Beverage Day? National Beverage Day is a day set aside to chill alongside a pitcher of your favorite beverage. The beverage is your choice. It can be soda, sangria, a pina colada or even a margarita. The origin of this day is unknown. When is National Beverage Day? Annually onRead More →

"teachers appreciation day"

Teacher Appreciation Day Teacher Appreciation Day is a day set aside to spread awareness of the important role that teachers play in our children’s lives. Not only do they educate our children, they also prepare students for their future higher education and to be upstanding citizens. This is a day dedicatedRead More →

"national sleepover day - May 9th"

What is National Sleepover Day? National Sleepover Day is a day to celebrate the bond of friendship among young women. This was inspired by sleepovers and slumber parties in childhood and the fun memories that were shared. This holiday was created by Cosmopolitan and bareMinerals as a marketing ploy to promoteRead More →

"halloween - october 31st"

Halloween While most people celebrate Halloween by dressing up – did you know that many people believe Halloween began as a Christian holiday? There are a number of Halloween facts out there including the origins for the holiday. The day began from a Celtic festival for the dead called “Samhain.”Read More →