March Unique Holidays and Famous Birthdays
National Pig Day
Peanut Butter Lover's Day
Old Stuff Day
I Want You to be Happy Day
Peach Blossum Day
What if Cats and Dogs had Opposable Thumbs Day
Holy Experiment Day
Hug a G.I. Day
Multiple Personality Day
National Frozen Food Day
Fun Facts About Names Day
National Crown of Roast Pork Day
Learn What Your Name Means Day
Be Nasty Day
Festival of Life Day
Middle Name Pride Day
Worship Your Tools Day
Johnney Appleseed Day
Alfred Hitchcock Day
Girl Scout Movement Day
Ear Muff Day
Invention of Cotton Gin Day
National Potato Chip Day
Everything you Think is Wrong Day
Everything you do is Right Day
Freedom of Information Day
St. Patrick's Day
Supreme Sacrifice Day
Awkward Moments Day
Lets Laugh Day
Snowman Burning Day
National Common Courtesy Day
National Goof-off Day
As Young As You Feel Day
National Chip and Dip Day
Organize Your Home Office Day
National Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
National Be Heard Day
Pecan Day and Waffle Day
Act Happy Day
Spinach Festival Day
Make Up Your Own Holiday Day
National "Joe" Day
Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
Hot Dog Day
Something on a Stick Day
Festival of Smoke and Mirrors Day
Unique Names Day
I Am In Control Day
Act Happy Day
Bunsen Burner Day
Glenn Miller - American Jazz Musician
Frederic Francois Chopin - composer, pianist
Mikhail Gorbachev - Political Leader
Thomas Kennerly Wolfe - novelist
Alexander Graham Bell - inventor
Charles Powell Adams - Military
Bobby Womack - soul singer
Knute Kenneth Rockne - football
Andy Gibb - musical artist
Eva Mendes - actress
Aaron Burr - politician
Mary Wilson - musical artist
Laura Prepon - actress
Peter Wolf - musical artist
Hannah (Hoes) Van Buren - First Lady
Freddie Prinze, Jr. - musical artist, actor
Mickey Spillane - writer
Mickey Gilley - pianist, country singer
Chuck Norris - actor
Carrie Marie Underwood - singer
Lawrence Welk - accordionist
Bobby McFerribn - musical artist
Jane Means (Appleton) Pierce - First Lady
James Taylor - musical artist
Abrigail (Powers) Filmore - First Lady
Neil Sedaka - musical artist
Albert Einstein - Physicist
Billy Crystal - comic, actor
Andrew Jackson - U. S. President
Eva Jacqueline Longoria - actress
James Madison - U. S. President
Thelma Catherine Ryan (Pat Nixon) - First Lady
Nat King Cole - singer
Patrick Duffy - actor
Grover Cleveland - U. S. President
John Updike - writer
Annunzio Mantovani - conductor
Glenn Close - actress
Bobby Orr - athlete
Shelton Jackson Lee (Spike Lee) - director
Julio R. Gallo - winemaker
Rosie O'Donnell - comic, actress
William Shatner - actor
Andrew Lloyd Webber - musical writer
Erich Fromm - psychoanalysis
Richard Grieco - actor
Harry Houdini - magician
Tommy Hilfiger - fashion designer
Gloria Steinem - feminist
Aretha Franklin - musical artist
Tennessee Lanier Williams - writer
Sandra Day O'Connor - justice
Quentin Tarantino - director
Mariah Carey - musical artist
Dr. Jonas Edward Salk - scientist
Reba McEntire - musical artist
John Tyler - U. S. President
Louise Henry Hoover - First Lady
Vincent Willem Van Gogh - painter
Eric Clapton - musical artist
Herb Alpert - musical artist
Rhea Perlman - actress
- The Girl Guides (later known as the Girl Scouts of the USA) were founded in the United States during March in 1912.
- The first Maryland colonists arrived on March 25, 1634. Every year the citizens of Maryland celebrate that day as the most important arrival of their first colonists.
- The violet is the flower of March.
- Franklin Pierce was the first U.S. President to recite his inauguration address entirely from memory in March 1853.
- The US Congress passed an act in 1807 to "prohibit the importation of slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States... from any foreign kingdom, place, or country."
- Ohio became the 17th state in 1803 in the month of March.
- In 1770 on March 5 a mob of people was fired upon by British soldiers naming this the Boston Massacre.
- Eli Whiney patented the cotton gin on March 14, 1794.
- 1899 - Bayer registered Aspirin as a trademark on March 6, 1899. Aspirin is considered by many to be the first wonder drug.
- March is National Craft Month, American Red Cross Month, and Irish American Heritage Month.
- TIME magazine published the first issue on March 3, 1923.
- Lolly Willowes, or The Loving Huntsman, was the first Book-of-the-Month Club selection, published by Viking Press in March 1926
- On March 3, 1931 the president signed an order that made The Star Spangled Banner the national anthem.
- The Eiffel Tower was official opened on March 31, 1889.
- "Who shot J.R.?" On the 1980 season finale of Dallas, J. R. Ewing was shot by an unseen assailant. We didn't find out until the following season that it was Kristin Shepard, J.R.'s mistress.
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A dry March and a wet May
Fill barns and bays with corn and hay.