The strange and interesting holidays that fall in the month of March. This is a continuation of a series on strange holidays for every month.
1963 was an eventful and memorable year. Besides being the year that Linda Bilyeu and Johnny Depp entered the world, John F. Kennedy was assassinated. I've included 50 facts from 1963...
Historical facts are included in this tribute article to 1964. If you were lucky enough to be born in the year 1964, you'll be turning 50 years old along with Michelle Obama and Sandra Bullock.
A knife enthusiast and collector muses upon National Knife Day on August 24th. He vividly recounts why he started collecting, how Scouting helped his knife passion, and why he carries a knife daily.
March 14th is Pi Day. A Day for math geeks and others who love working with numbers to to chill a bit and have some fun celebrating a day that is both Albert Einstein's birthday and a representation
December 15th is International Tea Day, April 21st is British National Tea Day! This article will detail 5 fun and simple ways that you can celebrate the day, either on your own or with friends.
Write a special heart warming quote to your special woman on this Women's Day
Getting kids outside having fun is what summer's about - so the National Trust published a list of things for kids to get done before they are 12 - so, where can you do these activities in Cornwall?
The official date for World Book Day 2014 is 6th March, although of course some schools and institutions may vary their own celebrations to fit their own curriculum or timetable of events. On whatever day you are...
June 19th is Butterfly Day, a fact that I learned when I went to an online greeting card site to send a birthday card to a colleague and discovered cards for Butterfly Day. I did a few quick Google searches to learn...