Check Your Batteries Day
- We use them for everything, so check up on your batteries today...and on a regular basis too! Start by recharging any battery that needs to be recharged. Next, go around your house and dig for batteries. Look in your smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector, HVAC thermostat, audio/visual remote controls and other electronic devices; any device that uses batteries and make a change
National Oatmeal-Nut Waffle Day
- If you love waffles and nuts, today is your lucky day -- it's Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day! Oatmeal nut waffles are a delicious and nutritious meal to enjoy anytime of the day. They're typically eaten with yogurt and honey, but they're also great with peanut butter and syrup!
- Terrifying, unnerving, more dangerous than death, Victor Frankenstein’s monster has stalked the halls of English literature since its debut in 1818. Birthed on the same stormy night that saw the debut of the romantic vampire in horror fiction, FRANKENSTEIN haunts our collective unconscious still.
Bureau of Indian Affairs Established
- Although the bureau, which was called the Office of Indian Affairs, was formed in 1824, similar agencies had existed in the U.S. government as far back as 1775, when a trio of Indian agencies were created by the Second Continental Congress. Benjamin Franklin and Patrick Henry were among the early commissioners, who were charged with negotiating treaties with Native Americans and obtaining their neutrality during the American Revolutionary War.
Dream 2011 Day
- To focus attention on the new millennium—so that all humans, nations and institutions devote this year to unparalleled dreams for a better world and thinking, action, inspiration, determination and love to solve the remaining problems and to achieve a peaceful, united human family on Earth. Read more
Worship of Tools Day
- There are few things that the male population worships more than his tools. To some, a tool is a natural extension of their arm. So, Worship of Tools Day is a logical day of celebration. And, it's definitely a guy thing. Please note however, there are more than a few ladies who love to work with their hands, and find today to be an important holiday.
Johnny Appleseed Day
- Johnny Appleseed Day honors one of America's great legends. Johnny Appleseed was a real person. John Chapman was among the American settlers who were captivated by the movement west across the continent. As Johnny Appleseed travelled west, he planted apple trees along the way, and sold trees to settlers. With every apple tree that was planted, the legend grew.
And it's also...
Hooters National Hooky Day
- get a FREE appetizer! First 100,000 coupon downloads only!
- This was updated by Catherine on March 11, 2012 -
QUICK FREEBIE TIP:
One reader told us that, "I thought just because I "liked" something it meant I was automatically signed up for something". No, sorry, you need to sign up for the freebies by clicking on the links, each freebie separately. Not just sign up for Frugal Freebies on Facebook and that's it.
Click for more quick freebie tips
◊ Enjoying all the freebies? Want to keep up with the latest free stuff, deals, coupons, and other ways to save money? Subscribe to Frugal Freebies' email updates or RSS Feed! - it's free!
◊ Check us out on Twitter and join in the conversation of even more great freebies, deals and coupons on our Frugal Freebies fan page on Facebook.