Garlic Lovers Day
- Eat only one garlic clove per day and beat 101 diseases - prevent cancer, lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of strokes, fight flu and more.
National German-American Day
- celebrates German heritage, commemorates the date in 1683 when 13 German families from Krefeld near the Rhine landed in Philadelphia. These families subsequently founded Germantown, Pennsylvania, the first German settlement in the original thirteen American colonies.
Come and Take It Day
- This day is here for the taking. Grab it. Take it and run with it. Today is going to be a great day.
National Physician's Assistant Day
- celebrates and recognizes the importance and skills of this career. The highly trained Physician's Assistant is an invaluable aide to physicians and general practitioners. If you see your Physician's Assistant today, wish him or her a happy day. And, let them know they are appreciated.
Clergy Appreciation Day
- take time out to acknowledge and celebrate the efforts of your clergy's leadership. Appreciate your pastoral leaders who gave you the Word of God. Take a good look at the way they live, and let their faithfulness instruct you, as well as their truthfulness.
Jackie Mayer Rehab Day
- At age 28, Miss America 1963, Jackie Mayer, awoke to find herself paralyzed and without speech. The victim of a massive stroke, Jackie had to learn to walk, tie her shoes, and learn her A-B-C's all over again.
Ivy Day (Ireland)
- in memory of the prominent nationalist politician Charles Stewart Parnell (June 27, 1846 – October 6, 1891).
Balloons Around the World Day
- balloon artists around the world will be taking part in an event designed to highlight the act of giving, to deliver thousands of smiles, and to showcase the art of balloon twisting and decorating.
Ecological Debt Day
- highlights the fact that humanity is living off its ecological credit card. Just as spending more money than you have in the bank leads to financial debt, ecological overshoot, or using more resources than the planet can renew in a year, accumulates an ecological debt.
Mad Hatter Day
- The real spirit of MadHatterDay is turnabout: The nonsense we usually have to pretend is sane can be called madness for one day in the year; the superficially crazy things that really make sense can be called sane on MadHatterDay.
National Noodle Day
- The first written account of noodles is from the East Han Dynasty between AD 25 and 220.
- This was updated by Catherine on October 6, 2011 -
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