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Image: Squirrel, by Alexandra / Münche on Pixabay

January 21st is... National Squirrel Appreciation Day, National Granola Bar Day, First Concorde Flight (1976), National Hugging Day/National Hug Day, National New England Clam Chowder Day, Own Your Own Home Day, One-Liners Day, Idaho Human Rights Day, Babin Den/Babinden (Bulgaria), Altagracia Day (Dominican Republic), Errol Barrow Day (Barbados), Tatiana Day (Russia), Grandmother's Day (Poland), Mariachi Day (Mexico), Feast of St. Agnes

MORE: Blue Monday, Elementary School Teacher Day, International Sweatpants Day, Rid The World of Fad Diets and Gimmicks Day, National Crowd Feed Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day/King Day/MLK Day/Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, National Day of Service, Tu BiShvat/New Year for Trees/Rosh HaShanah La'Ilanot/Tu B'Shvat/Tu B'Shevat/Tu B'Shevet/Tu Bishvat/Ḥamisha Asar BiShvat

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Image: Squirrels: The Animal Answer Guide (The Animal Answer Guides: Q+A for the Curious Naturalist), by Richard W. Thorington Jr. (Author), Katie E. Ferrell (Author). Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (August 28, 2006)National Squirrel Appreciation Day
-- The creator of National Squirrel Appreciation Day, Christy Hargrove, is a wildlife rehabilitator in North Carolina and is affiliated with the Western North Carolina Nature Center. According to Christy, Celebration of the event itself is up to the individual or group — anything from putting out extra food for the squirrels to learning something new about the species. According to the Integrated Taxonomic Information System of North America (ITIS), there are over 200 species of squirrels. Some of the oldest squirrels categorized on the list are the nocturnal arrow flying squirrel (validated in 1766) and the Black Giant (validated in 1778). Source

-- Did you know a groundhog is really a type of squirrel? Squirrels control their body temperature with their tails? Most squirrels have yellow-tinted eye lenses which work like sunglasses to reduce glare? Tree squirrels can turn their hind feet completely around when climbing down a tree head-first? In Squirrels: The Animal Answer Guide, Richard W. Thorington Jr., and Katie Ferrell unveil the fascinating world of one of the most watched mammals on the planet. With over one hundred photographs and an intuitive question-and-answer format, this authoritative and engaging guide sheds light on a common mammal which is anything but commonplace.

Image: Aurora World Miyoni Grey Squirrel 8 inch PlushGrey Squirrel Plush -- Aurora World's Miyoni Grey Squirrel is 8" long and features realistic characteristics with air-brushed color accents. It is part of the premium Miyoni line of plush animals, made with superior materials and great attention to detail. Aurora World is an industry leader with over 30 years of experience designing and manufacturing innovative, high-quality plush products.

Picnic Table Squirrel Feeder -- This beautiful picnic table squirrel feeder is PERFECT for your backyard. Easily place an ear of dried corn on the top of the picnic table using the two-inch screw as a holder. Enjoy watching the squirrels as they scamper onto the feeder and have a seat at the table! This feeder is solidly built from naturally decay resistant cedar. The feeder easily attaches to wooden surfaces with two screws.

Squirrel Coloring and Activity Books

Image: Squirrels (The World of Mammals Book 1244), by Peter Murray (Author). Publisher: The Child's World, Inc. (January 1, 2014)
Squirrels (The World of Mammals)
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National Granola Bar Day
- Granola is a breakfast food and snack food consisting of rolled oats, nuts, honey, and sometimes rice, usually baked until crispy. Besides being a great choice for breakfast and snacks, granola bars and granola are often eaten by those who are hiking, camping, or backpacking due to the fact it is lightweight, high in calories, and easy to store; these properties make it similar to trail mix and muesli.

First Concorde Flight (1976)
- The supersonic Concorde airplane was put into service by Britain and France on January 21st, 1976. The Concorde ended flights on Oct 24, 2003 — bringing an end to supersonic air travel.

National Hugging Day
- Give a hug, and you automatically receive one in return. Sure, someone might not hug back. But, how often does that happen!?! Hugs are loving. Hugs are therapeutic. Hugs are caring. Hugs are celebratory. Hugs make you feel good inside. Celebrate today by giving hugs to family, friends and loved ones. You'll love the warm feeling you get.
Image: Rollercoaster Fun, by Paul Brennan on Pixabay

January 20th is... Roller Coaster Patent Day (1885), George Burns Birthday (1896), National Buttercrunch Day, National Cheese Lovers Day, Inauguration Day, RV Workers and Workampers Day, Camcorder Day, National Disc Jockey Day, Take a Walk Outdoors Day, Penguin Awareness Day, International Day of Acceptance, Basketball Day, National Coffee Break Day, Learn to Ski Day, Stephen Foster Day, Tell Them Day, BBC Democracy Day (UK)

MORE: National Sanctity of Human Life Day/Pro-Life Day/Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, World Religion Day, World Snow Day, Tu Bishvat, Celebration of Life Day

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Image: The 50 Most Unique Roller Coasters Ever Built, by Nick Weisenberger (Author). Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (June 11, 2017)Roller Coaster Patent Day (1885)
-- The roller coaster is a popular amusement ride developed for amusement parks and modern theme parks. LaMarcus Adna Thompson patented the first roller coaster on January 20, 1885. In essence a specialized railroad system, a roller coaster consists of a track rising in designed patterns, sometimes with one or more inversions (such as vertical loops) which turn the rider briefly upside down.

Read: The 50 Most Unique Roller Coasters Ever Built
-- Tired of the same old, rickety wooden roller coasters? Crave more thrills than the typical vertical loops and camelback hills found at every local amusement park? Fortunately, roller coasters come in a mind-blowing profusion of styles, shapes, and sizes. From innovative track designs to unusual seating configurations, from ridiculous locations to bizarre theming, the experience never gets old. The 50 Most Unique Roller Coasters Ever Built is a list comprised of unusual, rare, and hard to find scream machines.

Image: Mr. Christmas Animated Musical World's Fair Grand Roller CoasterWorld's Fair Grand Roller Coaster -- Cars slowly climb uphill as excitement builds, then race down the winding track of this beloved amusement park attraction. Support pillars feature color changing LED lights to add to the thrill of the experience. Hand-painted details enhance the miniature figures in the cars and on the platform. The platform itself features a miniature ticket booth, decorative paneling, and an amusement-park-style arcade topped with the traditional red-and-white striped carnival roof. Plays 25 Christmas carols and 25 year-round classics.

CDX Blocks Cyclone Roller Coaster -- The Cyclone roller coaster is a LEGO compatible building block system. It is the first fully functional roller coaster kit of its kind. Using a combination of custom designed block parts along with standard block components. The Cyclone is engineered for quick assembly and realistic operation via gravity.

Rollercoaster Coloring and Activity Books

Image: Watch Scary Roller Coasters | Whitney, Blakely, Sterling, and Braxton head to Busch Gardens in Tampa Florida to test their courage on some of the scariest roller coasters in the world
Scary Roller Coasters
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George Burns Birthday (1896)
- Comedian George Burns was born at New York City on January 20, 1896. He began in vaudeville without much success until he teamed up with Gracie Allen, who became his wife. As Burns and Allen, the two had a long career on radio, in film and with their hit TV show, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show. Later he played the roles of God and the Devil in the Oh, God! movies. He lived to be 100 years old, and died on March 9, 1996, at Los Angeles, California.

National Buttercrunch Day
- Today you can enjoy buttercrunch ice cream, candy, or anything buttercrunch. Spend the day with one of your favorite snacks. Make it your personal goal to have something with buttercrunch at each meal, and as a snack. Tomorrow, you can return to your diet.

National Cheese Lover Day
- Cheese is nutritious food made mostly from the milk of cows but also other mammals, including sheep, goats, buffalo, reindeer, camels and yaks. Around 4000 years ago people started to breed animals and process their milk. That's when the cheese was born. Go out to your local cheese shop and try something you've never had before.

Inauguration Day
- At 12:00 noon on Inauguration Day 2009 (Tuesday, January 20, 2009 -- the date and time are defined by the Twentieth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution), Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States. On Inauguration Day 2016, Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States.

RV Workers and Workampers Day
- RV workers see a slice of America if they are working in an RV park or resort or even a tourist attraction. They may not see the circus or delegates to a convention, but they do see a variety. RVers come in all ages. They include families, tourists from the U.S. and foreign countries in rented RVs. Some have pets, some travel with all sorts of toys. Some travel in new million dollar buses, others in pop-up trailers, tiny teardrops or ancient RVs which have seen better days.

Camcorder Day
- Five companies (Hitachi, JVC, Philips, Matsushita and Sony) agreed to cooperate on the construction of a camera with a built-in videocassette recorder.

National Disc Jockey Day
- A disc jockey, also known as DJ (or deejay), is a person who selects and plays recorded music for an audience. Originally, disk referred to phonograph records, while disc referred to the Compact Disc, and has become the more common spelling.

Take a Walk Outdoors Day
- Outdoor activities such as taking a nature walk together are a great way of keeping the family fit and spending quality time together.

Penguin Awareness Day
- Spend a little time learning about penguins - reading a pictorial book or internet site is fun. You can also watch a documentary of these cute and popular, grounded birds. This day is also a time to wear black and white - penguin colors. However, wearing a tuxedo in their honor is optional. It is also popular today to tell a penguin joke or two.
Image: Popcorn in front of the fireplace, by Jill Wellington on Pixabay

January 19th is... National Popcorn Day, New Friends Day, Tin Can Day (1810), Brew A Potion Day, Little Ricky's Birthday (1953), A Friend Raises Your Spirits Day, Good Memory Day, Artist as Outlaw Day, National Soup Swap Day, Whisper I Love You Day, Women in Blue Jeans Days, National Gun Appreciation Day, Tenderness Toward Existence Day, Robert E. Lee Day, World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Archery Day, World Quark Day, Timkat (Ethiopia), Baltic Porter Day (Poland), Confederate Heroes Day (Texas), Laura Ingalls Wilder Day (Wisconsin)

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Image: Gourmet Popcorn: 100 Recipes for Any Occasion, by Georganne Bell (Author). Publisher: Front Table Books (February 13, 2018)National Popcorn Day
-- Delicious and delightful popcorn is part of so many traditions. Popcorn balls at Halloween, Popcorn strings at Christmas, and Popcorn all year round at the movies! National Popcorn Day is celebrated at the end of January, although its exact date is a matter of debate. Various sources report it as January 19th; others claim it takes place on whatever day the Super Bowl falls on. Source

Read: Gourmet Popcorn: 100 Recipes for Any Occasion
-- A collection of fun, tasty and easy-to-make popcorn recipes take a favorite snack to new heights while satisfying both savory and sweet cravings including Sour Cream and Onion Popcorn, Cheddar Bacon Popcorn, Orange Cream Popcorn and Peanut Butter Cup Popcorn.

Image: Franklin's Original Whirley Pop Stovetop Popcorn Machine Popper | Delicious and Healthy Movie Theater Popcorn Maker | FREE Organic Popcorn Kit | Makes Popcorn Just Like the MoviesFranklin's Original Whirley Popcorn Machine -- Make DELICIOUS and authentic movie theater popcorn at home, the same exact way old-time movie theaters once made popcorn. EXTRA LARGE 6-qt aluminum kettle pan distributes heat better than stainless steel. REAL wood handle. ALL METAL GEARS and patented stirring mechanism. Prevents sticking/ burning by stirring every kernel until it pops. SUPER EASY cleanup - simply wipe pot with a paper towel after use. FREE Franklin's Gourmet Popcorn kit included!

Orville Redenbacher's Original Gourmet Yellow Popcorn Kernels -- Orville Redenbacher's 100% whole grain Original Yellow Gourmet Popping Kernels pop up in a jiffy and are light and fluffy. Grab your hot air popper or stovetop popcorn popper, and make a popcorn snack with high-quality ingredients from our select family farmers. Orville Redenbacher's is the only leading brand of microwave popcorn with no artificial preservatives, flavors, or dyes in all of their products. Our Non-GMO Project Verified popcorn kernels come with a promise of excellence and authenticity.

Popcorn Coloring and Activity Books

Image: Kettle Corn Business Journal: An entrepreneur's start-up guide to running a home-based food concession business, by Eric Bickernicks (Author). Publisher: Biksco Media (February 16, 2015)
Kettle Corn Business Journal
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Popcorn Theme Activities and Printables
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Popcorn Box Printable | American Girl Ideas
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Word Popcorn Game (free printable)
White Chocolate Valentine's Popcorn + FREE printables
Graduation Party Favor: Popcorn Wrapper Printable
Popcorn Learning Fun

New Friends Day
- Do you have enough friends? The answer should be no. No matter how many friends we have, more of them increases our wealth. Because friends are one of life's valuable assets. You just can't have too many friends. Today is a great opportunity to meet someone new or do something to make a new friend.

Tin Can Day
- The tin can was patented in 1810 by the English inventor Peter Durand. He did not produce any food cans himself but sold his patent to two other Englishmen, Bryan Donkin, and John Hall, who set up a commercial canning factory, and by 1813 were producing their first canned goods for the British Army.

Brew A Potion Day
- When you create a love potion or brew for prosperity, you are infusing the ingredients with your will. To do so, you have to be clear about what you want to happen. The first step in any magical work is to visualize your intended result. Some practitioners write the name of a desired lover on a piece of paper and carry it with them. Others gather symbols of wealth or love and incorporate them into an altar or place them on a dresser or desk where they'll see them often. The important part is to clear away negative energies and distractions while you gather ingredients and bring them together so your potion absorbs your full intent for love and prosperity.

Little Ricky's Birthday (1953)
- On January 19, 1953, Lucille Ball gave birth to Little Ricky on her I Love Lucy TV show. The episode in which he is born, Lucy goes to the Hospital, was aired on the same day as the birth of Lucille Ball's real son, Desi Arnaz Jr.

A Friend Raises Your Spirits Day
- If you're feeling down, call a friend who will help to pick you back up. And if you're feeling fine, you might want to ask yourself if you can be that friend for anyone else you know who is having some issues.

Good Memory Day
- Take the time today to work on improving your memory -- and use it to drum up some old, good memories!

Women in Blue Jeans Days
- A time to celebrate the women of rural America and their contributions to their families, friends, and communities. Women involved in agriculture recognize the value of their family farms to the world they help feed.
Image: Cute Snowmen, by Alexandra / München on Pixabay

January 18th is... World Day of the Snowman (2011), National Peking Duck Day, Winnie the Pooh Day/A. A. Milne Birthday (1882), Thesaurus Day (1779), National Gourmet Coffee Day, Unsliced Bread Day, National Michigan Day, Arbor Day (Florida), Four an' Twenty Day (Scotland), Northarvest Bean Day (North Dakota)

MORE (3rd Friday): International Fetish Day

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Image: The Illustrated History of the Snowman, by Bob Eckstein (Author). Publisher: Globe Pequot Press (September 1, 2018)World Day of the Snowman (2011)
-- The snowman is the beloved symbol for winter. He is one of the most popular figures worldwide. World Day of the Snowman was first held in 2011, the 18th was chosen due to the form of the Snowman: 8 symbolizes the snowman and the 1 stands for his stick or broom. Moreover, January is usually cold enough to build snowmen and is therefore a perfect chance to celebrate the snowman.

Read: The Illustrated History of the Snowman
-- A thoroughly entertaining exploration, this book travels back in time to shed light on the snowman's enigmatic past -- from the present day, in which the snowman reigns as the King of Kitsch, to the Dark Ages, with the creation of the very first snowman. Eckstein's curiosity began playfully enough, but soon snowballed into a (mostly) earnest quest of chasing Frosty around the world, into museums and libraries, and seeking out the advice of leading historians and scholars. With over two hundred illustrations, The Illustrated History of the Snowman is a truly original winter classic -- smart, surprisingly enlightening, and quite simply the coolest book ever.

Image: Bearington Snowball Plush Stuffed Animal Snowman with Scarf, 6 inchesPlush Snowman with Scarf -- You will love the fine detail award winning Bearington Collection uses to bring Snowball the snowman to life. Hand crafted using soft plush materials this snowman is perfect for any stuffed animal lover or a special child in your life. Soft and pose-able Snowball will make a great companion or accessory to your Christmas or holiday decor.

Snowman Making Kit -- This is an all in one Snowman Making Kit - Just add snow! Inside the the black felt hat (with red/white stripe decorated with a holly leaf and berries) is a kit including one red scarf, two eyes, one carrot nose, one pipe and three buttons.

Snowman Coloring and Activity Books

Image: My Snowman, Paul (Snowman Paul Book 1), by Yossi Lapid (Author), Joanna Pasek (Illustrator). Publisher: Yosef Lapid; 1 edition (November 1, 2016)
My Snowman, Paul
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National Peking Duck Day
- One of China's national dishes, Peking Duck has been served for centuries to emperors, diplomats, and plain folk alike. This roast duck is known for its delicious, crispy skin, which is sometimes served separately from the meat, which is often served wrapped in thin pancakes.

Image: The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh, by A. A. Milne (Author). Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers; 1st Thus. edition (October 1, 1996)Winnie-the-Pooh Day (1882)
-- Winnie the Pooh Day is an opportunity to enjoy your favorite bear and all of his friends. This day was created to celebrate the birth of A.A. Milne on January 18, 1882. He was an author of children's storybooks and created Winnie the Pooh and his friends. Winnie's pals include Christopher Robin, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet, and Roo. Have some fun today. Celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day by reading some storybooks about the adventures of Winnie and his friends. Don't read them alone. Read them with young children.

Thesaurus Day (1779)
- Peter Mark Roget FRS (January 18, 1779 – September 12, 1869) was a British physician, natural theologian and lexicographer. He is best known for publishing, in 1852, the Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases (Roget's Thesaurus), a classified collection of related words.

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