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National Unicorn Day

National Unicorn Day  The unicorn, a symbol of a miracle or something magical, was first heard about in the 14th century. The unicorn was thought to be real, much like the mermaid. In reality, a unicorn is a mythical animal typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn projecting from its forehead.

When is National Unicorn Day?

April 9th

Type of Holiday?

Fun. Unofficial Holiday

Holidays Celebrated on April 9th:

National Cherish an Antique Day
National Chinese Almond Cookie Day
National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day
National Name Yourself Day
National Unicorn Day
National Winston Churchill Day
National Alcohol Screening Day – Thursday of First Full Week in April

How can you celebrate National Unicorn Day?

  • Have a party and have your friends bring a unicorn stuffed animal to celebrate the day.
  • Bake cupcakes and frost them with rainbow icing.
  • Watch a magic, mythical movie.
  • Look for a unicorn in the sky – if you find one, immediately contact the news so we can all see it.
  • Draw a photo of a unicorn.
  • Read a book about unicorns.

Trivia/Fun Facts about Unicorn Day:

  • The unicorn is a symbol of a miracle or something magical.
  • The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.
  • A mythical animal typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn projecting from its forehead.
  • Some think the horn of the unicorn has magical powers.
  • The unicorn is mentioned seven times in the bible.

Famous birthdays on April 9th:

  • Lil Nas X – Rapper
  • Kristen Stewart – American Actress
  • Elle Fanning – American Actress
  • Leighton Meester – American Actress
  • Dennis Quaid – American Actor

Popular Social Media Hashtags:

#nationalunicornday #unicornday #hugaunicorn

Other holidays celebrated in April include April Fool’s Day. There are your health holidays, which includes World Health Day and Autism Awareness Day, And of course – we have the fun holidays from World Party Day to National Siblings Day and National Pet Day. Let’s not forget the numerous food and drink holidays – from National Empanada day to National Beer Day.

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