National Fettuccine Alfredo Day is February 7th
Fettuccini Alfredo Day is February 7th. And I love fettuccini noodles, Alfredo sauce, and spinach. So let's get out the cheese, the cream, and the pasta to celebrate this outstanding dish with an easy to make festive dinner.
World Nutella Day February 5th
World Nutella Day is a fun holiday that falls on February 5th every year. So what is Nutella, what are the ingredients, how many calories is it, what does it taste like, is it vegan, is it healthy? Find the answers to these questions and find out how to celebrate this day and a Nutella recipe or two
Baked Alaska Day
Baked Alaska Day is February 1st. Enjoy this cake and ice cream delight that is actually baked in the oven. Here are some great ideas on how you can celebrate Baked Alaska Day, enjoy a delicious dessert, and learn some interesting facts about our 49th state. Silly holidays are so much fun!
National Fruitcake Toss Day
National Fruitcake Toss Day is January 3rd. I find it pretty funny that there is not a National Fruitcake Day but there is a date to toss these fruit-filled holiday cakes. And people aren't fooling around when they toss them, take a look at the video below and see for yourself.
Pizza Party Day Is May 20th
Pizza Party Day Is May 20th. What's a pizza party? It's a party where you serve your guests pizza. Make an extreme pizza, a heart shaped one, or a gluten free one. Don't like those ideas? How about a Hawaiian pie? This is also my cousin's birthday so maybe we will have a birthday pizza party.
National Cream Puff Day
National Cream Puff Day is January 2, are you ready for some fun? Get a recipe to celebrate cream puff day this year make your own cream puffs, bake them, fill them, have a cream puff contest, exchange recipes. Eating them up! Celebrate the small stuff, it's really what makes the best memories!
Pandemic and the holidays
A season with the love and blessing from the people who we care for the most and to have a festive holiday season with them to celebrate our lives. A holiday means spending time with families, friends and loved ones can be a great joy that erases the sorrowful memories from the past.
Did You Know The History of International Women's Day?
Women are at the forefront of the COVID-19 emergency as wellbeing laborers, parental figures, trailblazers, and local area coordinators. They are additionally among the most commendable and successful public pioneers in the battle against the pandemic.
World Kindness Day: Yes, The World Needs More Of That
In a world grown increasingly more jaded and cynical, we have to grab onto every shred of kindness we see.
Strange and Unusual Holidays: July Through December
A look at silly made-up holidays in the second half of the year.
Galentine's Day is February 13th, 3 Reasons To Celebrate
A made up holiday that everyone should celebrate, for real. Celebrate friendship.
Why Groundhog Day Shouldn't Exist (How Punxsutawney Phil Became the World's Best Liar)
Why Groundhog Day is the most useless holiday. The truth about Punxsutawney Phil and why he's the world's biggest and best liar.
The Death of Henry FitzRoy: Henry VIII’s Illegitimate Son
On July 22, 1536, the illegitimate and only son, at the time, died. He was just 18-years-old and may have been named King if he had outlived Edward VI.
Valentine's Day Ideas for Singles: Throw a Single's-Awareness-Day Party
Single on V-day? Throw yourself a pity party or a mixer! Play games, watch some movies, and potentially drink. Ideas are outlined within.
Celebrate National Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day
August 8th is the day to celebrate this versatile edible. Here's some background on this beloved national holiday and suggestions for spreading the joy (and excess produce).
Planning Homecoming at your High School
The most important item to do is choose a suitable theme for your event. First, compare your event's date with societal or community dates which may be important. For example, if your homecoming will fall on the week of September 11, a patriotic...
Doomsday Leap Year and Sadie Hawkins Day
There have been times in our history when we celebrated things that never were and never would be. Remember the comic strip called Lil Abner? There was a fictional holiday in the strip called Sadie Hawkins Day. On that day, women chased after...
December Unique Holidays, Birthdays, Fun Facts and Quotes
December, the wonderful month of snow, ice skating, Christmas, and all things good.
The John Blue Festival
The John Blue house was built in the early 1890s by John Blue, Sr. Built entirely of heart of pine lumber harvested from the Blue property, located in Laurinburg NC. John Blue's house has many intricate details that amaze hundreds of tourists...
Butterfly Day June 19th
June 19th is Butterfly Day, a fact that I learned when I went to an online greeting card site to send a birthday card to a colleague and discovered cards for Butterfly Day. I did a few quick Google searches to learn more about this holiday but,...
World Book Day Kids Costume Ideas
The official date for World Book Day 2014 is 6th March, although of course some schools and institutions may vary their own celebrations to fit their own curriculum or timetable of events. On whatever day you are reading this hub, it is never too...