December 20th - Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, December 20, 2018 | 0 comments
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December 20th is... It's a Wonderful Life Film Premiere (1946), National Sangria Day (2008), Go Caroling Day, Sacagawea Day/Sacajawea Day/Sakakawea Day (1812), International Human Solidarity Day (2005), Mudd Day (1833), Games Day (1975), Free Shipping Day, Poet Laureate Day, World Day of Prayer and Action for Children, Humbug Day, National Re-gifting Day, Cathode-Ray Tube Day, Dot Your I's Day/Dot Your I's With Smileys Day, Mōdraniht/Mothers' Night, Yalda, Macau Special Administrative Region Establishment Day, St. Ignatius of Antioch's Day, Klöpfleinsnächte (Germany)

PLUS - interesting books to read and free printables, paper crafts, kid crafts, activities, and coloring pages.

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Image: It's a Wonderful Life: A Memory Book, by Stephen Cox (Author), Bob Anderson (Foreword). Publisher: Cumberland House Publishing; Illustrated Edition (June 15, 2005)It's a Wonderful Life Film Premiere (1946)
-- George Bailey has so many problems he is thinking about ending it all - and it's Christmas! As the angels discuss George, we see his life in flashback. As George is about to jump from a bridge, he ends up rescuing his guardian angel, Clarence - who then shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years.

Read: It's a Wonderful Life: A Memory Book
-- Few motion pictures have enjoyed a renaissance like the 1946 Frank Capra masterpiece It's a Wonderful Life. Nominated for Five Academy Awards, it was dismissed as syrupy Christmas fare and fell into obscurity until television gave it new life. Today it's an American tradition. Any fan of the classic film can further appreciate its magic and legacy. The warm reminiscences of the film's cast are supported by excellent photographs, providing the perfect companion for any fan of the film -- or anyone who believes in miracles and angels. Features dozens of interviews and rare behind-the-scenes photographs allowing readers to see how the movie was created.

Image: It's a Wonderful Life Inspired Christmas Angel Bell Ornament with Stainless Steel Angel Wing CharmIt's a Wonderful Life Inspired Christmas Angel Bell Ornament -- This Beautiful Collectible Ornament is Inspired by the Christmas Classic It's A Wonderful Life. The Bell is accompanied by a high-quality Stainless Steel Stamped It's a Wonderful Life tag, and topped off with an etched Angel Wing. The Bell has a beautiful Ring! Guaranteed to bring a beautiful touch of joy to any holiday package, tree, or mantel.

It's A Wonderful Life Framed Photo Collage -- This beautifully matted collector's photo presentation is an 11" x 14" collage. It contains an 8" x 10" photo offset with an additional 3" x 5" photo, coupled with a bio. All photos and bio are bevel-cut and double matted under glass. These quality collector pieces are designed for visual appeal. This piece comes framed in a beautifully sculpted black lacquered frame. A unique collectible for any fan and they make a great gift as well.

It's A Wonderful Life Coloring and Activity Books

Image: It's a Wonderful Life: 70th Anniversary Celebration (Old Hollywood Almanac Book 2), by Lily Grenfell (Author), Brian J. Robb (Editor). Publisher: Glencairn Press; 1 edition (December 7, 2016)
It's a Wonderful Life: 70th Anniversar
Amazon Freebies:

Read It's A Wonderful Life ebooks for free with a Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited

Listen to It's A Wonderful Life LPs with a Free Trial of Amazon Music Unlimited

Watch It's A Wonderful LifeVideos for Free with a Free Trial of Amazon Prime

Listen to It's A Wonderful Life Audible books with Amazon Audible, and Get Two Free Audiobooks

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
Free Printable Trivia Questions and Answers about It's A Wonderful Life
Ask Dad. He Knows. {A Free Printable} - It's just like the sign that hung in the drug store on It's a Wonderful Life. When young George Bailey didn't know what to do about the poisonous pills, he glanced at the sign and had the answer.
List of It's a Wonderful Life references
Free It's a Wonderful Life Worksheets and Activities
It's A Wonderful Life -
It's a Wonderful Life chalkboard printable
Quotes From Frank Capra's It's A Wonderful Life
It's a Wonderful Life Christmas Party
Have Fun Playing Christmas Movie Bingo This Holiday Season {FREE Printable}

National Sangria Day (2008)
- Sangria is a popular drink at bars, pubs, and restaurants in Portugal, Spain, and Mexico, and throughout the United States. But at one point it was illegal to serve Sangria in the state of Virginia! It violated an obscure 75-year-old law forbidding the mixing of wine or beer with spirits. Violators of this law could be charged with a misdemeanor, a hefty fine, and up to a year in jail. It was not until 2008 the Virginia General Assembly finally legalized the serving of Sangria due to public outcries about the law.

Go Caroling Day
- It's all about singing door to door in celebration of the Christmas Season! This holiday celebrates carols of the past by dressing up in period costume and celebrating this holiday by going door to door singing Christmas carols as a caroling group.

Sacagawea Day (1812)
- As a young Shoshone Indian woman, Sacagawea in 1805 (with her two-month-old son strapped to her back) traveled with the Lewis and Clark expedition, serving as an interpreter. It is said the expedition could not have succeeded without her aid. She died December 20, 1812 in Fort Manuel, on the Missouri River, Dakota Territory.

International Human Solidarity Day (2005)
- Established by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2005 as an initiative in the fight against poverty. A day of action to encourage new initiatives for poverty eradication.

Mudd Day (1833)
- A day to remember Dr. Samuel A. Mudd (born near Bryantown, MD, Dec 20, 1833), sentenced to life imprisonment for giving medical aid to disguised John Wilkes Booth, fleeing assassin of Abraham Lincoln. Imprisoned four years before being pardoned by President Andrew Johnson.

Games Day (1975)
- A yearly run convention sponsored by Games Workshop, it has its origins in 1975, following the indefinite shelving of another games convention scheduled for August that year and a decision by Games Workshop to fill the resulting gap by running a gaming day of their own. As a result, after some delays, the first Games Day was held at Seymour Hall, London on December 20, 1975.

Humbug Day
- A day allowing everyone preparing for Christmas to vent their frustrations. Scrooges all over have been waiting for this day, and come out of the woodwork in great numbers. They go far beyond venting a few frustrations. Many scrooges are negative towards Christmas in general, and can put a real damper on your Christmas spirit.

National Re-gifting Day
- In honor of holiday office parties and the unique gifts exchanged at them, the creators of have declared the Thursday before Christmas to be National Regifting Day. Have you ever regifted?

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