March 20th Special Days - Featuring Kick Butts Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, March 28, 2019 | 0 comments
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March 20th is... National Kick Butts Day, World Sparrow Day, National Ravioli Day, National Proposal Day/Proposal Day!®, Alien Abduction Day/Extraterrestrial Abductions Day, Bed-in For Peace Day (1969), National Kiss Your Fiancรฉe Day, National Jump Out! Day, Won't You Be My Neighbor Day/Mister Rogers Birthday (1928), Atheist Pride Day, Snowman Burning Day, Bibliomania Day, International Day of Happiness, French Language Day, National Bock Beer Day, National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, World Day of Theater for Children and Young People, Bill Martin's Birthday (1916), Jour du Macaron (Paris), National Macaron Day (New York City), National Seal Products Day, Sakura Matsuri (Japan), St. Cuthbert's Day

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

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Image: Kick Smokin': One Butt at a Time | Kindle Edition | by Paul Rallion (Author). Publication Date: May 17, 2015
National Kick Butts Day
- A national day of activism that empowers youth to speak up and take action against Big Tobacco at more than 1,000 events from coast to coast. Learn more about what Big Tobacco does to attract youth and get more people addicted to its products by downloading and checking out the Kick Butts Day Downloadable Resources.


National Ravioli Day
- What is Ravioli? Ravioli is a traditional Italian pasta dish made by stuffing rounds or squares of pasta dough with a filling, creating a sort of pasta pillow. Go out and treat yourself to some delicious ravioli!

Alien Abduction Day/Extraterrestrial Abductions Day
- Clamp-on your foil hat and cower under your bed, Alien Abduction Day is here, when the skies are carefully watched by those expecting/wishing to be abducted by an alien life form. Or simply enjoy an alien abduction movie today, such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Fire in the Sky, Men in Black, The Astronaut's Wife, Taken and Signs.

Bed-in For Peace Day (1969)
- Having been driven from Paris to Amsterdam early in the morning, John Lennon and Yoko Ono checked into the Hilton Hotel, where they staged the first of two bed-ins for peace. The couple knew their wedding, which took place on March 20, 1969, would receive extensive press coverage, and so decided to use the publicity to promote world peace.

Great American Meat Out Day
- On (or around) March 20, thousands of caring people in all 50 U.S. states and two dozen other countries get active to host educational events for Meatout - the world's largest grassroots diet education campaign. Activists distribute free food, educate their communities, and ask their friends, families, and neighbors to kick the meat habit and explore a wholesome, compassionate diet of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

National Kiss Your Fiancรฉe Day
- A day for brides and grooms around the world to forget wedding planning and all the stress and kiss your Fiancรฉe!

National Jump Out! Day
- Today you are asked to grab a jump rope and hop to it! March 20th – the first day of spring – is the day for girls and boys to jump-start their way into a more active lifestyle by gathering friends and family and seeing how many times in a row each person can jump without stopping. Any kind of jump will do, from a simple hop to a Double Dutch or Criss-Cross step. Or, they can jump into another activity which pumps up the heart, like biking, skating, or playing tag – the idea is to get off the couch and on the road to good health.

Won't You Be My Neighbor Day
- In honor of Fred Rogers' birthday, March 20th has been declared Won't You Be My Neighbor? Day throughout all kingdoms, real or make-believe. The point of the holiday is to carry on Mister Rogers' spirit of being neighborly: be connected, strengthen your community ties, reach out to people you've never talked to before.

National Atheist Pride Day
- On this day, atheists seek to let the world know that we exist. Because we are often demonized and marginalized, in much the same way as sexual minorities, simply asserting our identities as nonbelievers can do much to overturn stereotypes and help others who privately doubt religion. While the aim is visibility, the number of participants is less critical than is the ability to get people to publicly admit their lack of faith.

Snowman Burning Day
- A festival to mark the end of winter and welcome spring. It's a way to celebrate the change of the seasons. By March 20th, most of us are more than ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring. We say goodbye to the last icy snowman by helping it melt as we set it afire and watch it burn.

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