- Americans are encouraged to consider the role flossing has played in their lives and make plans to help spread “Peace of Mouth” in their own lives and the lives of others around them, in ways with and without floss. On this day our children should also be made aware of the richness and health that flossing can bring to life.
National Cake Day
- celebrate by baking a cake at home. Baking a cake is fun, particularly if you have family members or kids to assist in this task. Starting from buying the ingredients to finally setting the oven – all the steps are full of adventure.
Shopping Reminder Day
- Thanksgiving is over - get ready to shop for the holiday!
Do we really need a reminder day to tell us to shop - with all the ads blasting at us, and Black Friday just yesterday?
Sojourner Truth Day
- Sojourner Truth was perhaps the most famous African-American woman in 19th century America. For over forty years she traveled the country as a forceful and passionate advocate for the dispossessed, using her quick wit and fearless tongue to fight for human rights.
- Celebrating the First Nations of the Americas and the central role of corn in these cultures and cuisines. Almost every day, people throughout the Western Hemisphere enjoy foods cultivated by the indigenous people of North, Central and South America. On this day Americans celebrate living indigenous cultures, as well as cultures of the past. Families and friends gather to remember and talk about the cultures and to feast on the foods Native Americans have contributed to our amalgamated cultures.
"The Price is Right" TV Premiere
- This popular show is also TV’s longest-running daily game show, surviving changes in format, networks, time slots and hosts. It began in 1956 with Bill Cullen as host and with Don Pardo as announcer; four contestants had to bid on an item, and the one who bid closest to the manufacturer’s suggested price without going over won the item.
- “Sinkies”—people who occasionally dine over the kitchen sink and elsewhere—are encouraged to celebrate this time-honored, casual-yet-tasteful cuisine culture. This is a particularly appropriate day to become acquainted with the sinkie style of dining. Christmas shopping and Thanksgiving leftovers provide the perfect reasons to enjoy a quick meal.
Charles Schulz's Birthday
- Cartoonist, born in 1922 in Minneapolis, MN. Created the “Peanuts” comic strip, which debuted on Oct 2, 1950. The strip included Charlie Brown; his sister, Sally; his dog, Snoopy; friends Linus and Lucy; and a variety of other characters. Schulz’s last daily strip was published Jan 3, 2000, and his last Sunday strip was published Feb 13, 2000.
- This was posted by Catherine on November 26, 2011 -
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