January 26th - Featuring Dungeons and Dragons Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, January 26, 2019 | 0 comments
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January 26th is... Dungeons And Dragons Day/Dungeons And Dragons Anniversay (1974), Toad Hollow Day of Encouragement, National Peanut Brittle Day, Lotus 1-2-3 Day (1983), Television's Birthday (1926), Cockroach Race Day, Australia Day (1788), National Spouses Day, International Customs Day, National Green Juice Day, Clashing Clothes Day, Rocky Mountain National Park (1915), Dental Drill Appreciation Day, International Customs Day, National Ellen DeGeneres Day, Republic Day, Day of Islam (Poland)

MORE (4th Saturday): Local Quilt Shop Day/Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day, National Seed Swap Day, Fruitcake Toss Day

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

Want more Holidays to celebrate? Click for our Index of Holiday Freebies


Image: Player's Handbook (Dungeons and Dragons), by Wizards RPG Team (Author). Publisher: Wizards of the Coast; 5th edition (August 19, 2014)Dungeons And Dragons Day (1974)
-- Many sources, including Playing at the World, assign to Dungeons and Dragons an initial release in January 1974. Their best evidence comes from contemporary notices like a letter written by Gary Gygax late in 1973 foretelling the imminent release of the game. Gary Gygax's piece in the 1999 Collector's Edition box set, asserts the first sale of a Dungeons and Dragons game was made in late January 1974. So this January 26th, take the time to celebrate the birth of Dungeons and Dragons and role-playing games.

Read: Player's Handbook (Dungeons and Dragons)
-- The Player's Handbook is the essential reference for every Dungeons and Dragons roleplayer. It contains rules for character creation and advancement, backgrounds and skills, exploration and combat, equipment, spells, and much more. Use this book to create characters from among the most iconic D+D races and classes. Dungeons and Dragons is the world's greatest roleplaying game. Created in 1974, D+D transformed gaming culture by blending traditional fantasy with miniatures and wargaming.

Image: Wizards of the Coast Premium Original Dungeons and Dragons Fantasy Roleplaying GameOriginal Dungeons and Dragons Fantasy Roleplaying Game -- It's the original Dungeons and Dragons game, packed with more content than ever before. The original Dungeons and Dragons boxed set was published by TSR, Inc. in 1974 and was the very first roleplaying game, introducing concepts which have persisted throughout later editions. It included three small rules booklets in a white box. This deluxe, premium reprint of the original White Box features new packaging and includes seven booklets.

Dungeons and Dragons Fantasy Roleplaying Game -- The best way to start playing the 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons® Fantasy Roleplaying Game - in the classic D+D Red Box. Designed for 1–5 players, this boxed game contains everything needed to start playing the Dungeons and Dragons Fantasy Roleplaying Game, including rules for creating heroes, advice for playing the Dungeon Master, a solo play adventure, and group-play adventure content. Learning the game has never been so easy! Several different character races (dwarf, elf, halfling, and human) and classes (cleric, fighter, rogue, and wizard) are presented, along with powers for each race and class. As the players' heroes advance in level, they acquire new abilities, and the adventures become more challenging.

Dungeons and Dragons Coloring and Activity Books


Dungeons and Dragons:
Shadowplague
Amazon Freebies:

Free Dungeons and Dragons ebooks. No Kindle? Download a FREE Kindle Reading App

Read Dungeons and Dragons ebooks for free with a Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited

Free Dungeons and Dragons apps

Free Dungeons and Dragons games

Listen to Dungeons and Dragons LPs with a Free Trial of Amazon Music Unlimited

Watch Dungeons and Dragons Videos for Free with a Free Trial of Amazon Prime

Listen to Dungeons and Dragons Audible books with Amazon Audible, and Get Two Free Audiobooks

Free Alexa Skills | Dungeons and Dragons




Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:

Free Printable D+D Character Sheets

Printable Basic Rules for Dungeons and Dragons

Online Dungeons and Dragons Magazines

Advanced Dungeons and Dragons - Players Handbook

Spell cards, PDF. Spells index and Spellbooks for D+D

Dungeon Master Assistance | Printable Playing Aids

5 DM Resources for D+D 5e ready to Print and Play Today

How to Play Dungeons and Dragons for Free

Character Sheet - Wizards of the Coast

Dragon Master Paul Weber — Over 300 Downloadable and Printable D+D

Dungeons and Dragons Free Resources - D+D Adventure

Free D+D Adventures from Wizards of the Coast

Dungeons And Dragons 5E Character Sheet Editable, Printable, Fillable PDF

Printable Basic Rules for Dungeons and Dragons

Download the Hoard of the Dragon Queen Supplement (PDF Format)

Papercraft Dungeon Print-And-Play Gaming | check each category for free items

Tile Downloads | Pymapper

D+D for Kids | Susan J. Morris

Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual.pdf | 380 pages

Free Paper Model Dice For RPG



Seed Swap Day:
- Seed Ball Recipe – How To Make Seed Balls With Kids

Toad Hollow Day of Encouragement
- A little-known holiday, originally established as a day to connect with others through the heart, it stresses the importance of sharing a kind word with fellow man. Although the name conjures thoughts of childhood storybooks and amusement park rides, it is actually rooted in an 1800s-era school house located in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

National Peanut Brittle Day
- Peanut Brittle is one of the easiest homemade candies to make; most of the minimal ingredients are common items probably already on your pantry shelves or in the fridge. Raw peanuts (with skins) are available at any grocery store. Once the peanut brittle is cooked, it is simply poured onto a pan, cooled and broken into pieces - no fru-fru shaping or tedious wrapping of small pieces. Peanut brittle stays fresh for months too, so if you keep it hidden from family members, a piece or two will always be available when a craving hits.

Lotus 1-2-3 Day (1983)
- Lotus released Lotus 1-2-3 in January 1983. The name referred to the three ways the product could be used: as a spreadsheet, a graphics package, and a database manager. The last function was seldom used. 1-2-3 was the most powerful spreadsheet available in the new PC-compatible market; sales were enormous, turning Lotus into the largest independent software vendor in the world almost overnight. The business plan had called for $1,000,000 in sales in the first year, but the actual results were $53,000,000.

Television's Birthday (1926)
- John Logie Baird demonstrates the world's first television system to transmit live, moving images in tone graduations, to 40 members of the Royal Institution on January 26, 1926. The 30-line images are scanned mechanically by a disk with a spiral of lenses at 12.5 images per second.

Cockroach Race Day
- The greatest gathering of thoroughbred cockroaches in the known universe. Cockroach race enthusiasts celebrate Australia Day at the Story Bridge Hotel, where icky insects compete. Race includes steeplechase. Plus music, Miss Cocky pageant, Best Dressed contest, and more. Proceeds benefit charity.

National Spouses Day
- A time to enjoy and appreciate your better half. You can use this day as a prelude or warm up to Valentine's Day, perhaps. But, it is not as much of a gift-giving event. Rather, use it as a time to show your spouse you care and appreciate all of the things he/she does for you and for the household. Over the long years of a relationship, it is easy to take for granted the many things your spouse does. He/she's always there. They do so many big and little things as a routine event. So, take today to notice and to say thanks.

Australia Day (1788)
- The official national day of Australia, commemorating the establishment of the first British settlement on the continent of Australia on January 26, 1788. On this date, the British penal colony was founded at Sydney Cove on Port Jackson, New South Wales, by Captain Arthur Phillip, in his capacity as the first Governor of New South Wales.





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