It’s the first Saturday of March so that means it’s time to announce all the days we have to celebrate this coming month…you know…so you can start planning for National Potato Chip Day and Something on a Stick Day…
But before we get to the calendar… this month the nation will be celebrating three things that we can fully endorse: Crafting, Quilting, and Women because March is officially National Craft Month, National Quilting Month, and National Women’s History Month!!!
It’s going to be a good month people. A good month. Now, let’s check out the calendar:
1. National Pig Day, Peanut Butter Lovers Day
2. Old Stuff Day, Oscar Night, National Corn Dog Day, Dr. Suess Day
3. I Want You to Be Happy Day, National Anthem Day, Peach Blossom Day
4. Mardi Gras, International Scrapbooking Day
5. Ash Wednesday
6. National Frozen Food Day, Oreo Cookie Day, Nametag Day
7. Employee Appreciation Day, National Cereal Day, National Doodle Day
8. International Fanny Pack Day
9. Panic Day, Barbie’s Birthday
10. Middle Name Pride Day
11. Organize Your Home Office Day, World Plumbing Day
12. Girl Scout Day, Plant a Flower Day, Aztec New Year
13. Popcorn Lovers Day, Ear Muff Day
14. National Potato Chip Day, National Pi (3.14) Day
15. Ides of March, Incredible Kid Day, National Quilting Day
17. St. Patrick’s Day, Submarine Day
18. Awkward Moments Day
19. Poultry Day
20. International Earth Day, Extraterrestrial Abductions Day, International Day of Happiness, First Day of Spring, World Storytelling Day
21. Fragrance Day, World Poetry Day. World Down Syndrome Day
22. National Goof Off Day, World Water Day
23. National Chip and Dip Day
24. National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day
25. National Agriculture Day, Pecan Day, Waffle Day
26. Make Up Your Own Holiday Day
27. Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
28. Something on A Stick Day
29. National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day
30. Take A Walk in the Park Day
31. Bunsen Burner Day, National Clam on the Half Shell Day
Chelle Chapman says
Thank you for ALL your hard work & time spent putting this list here for us all to use!! Looks like there’s a LOT of celebrating to be done this month!! YEAH for Celebrations!!
Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras) is known as Pancake Tuesday in England, and they hold Pancake Races all across the country, where you have to flip a pancake in a pan the whole way. If we can’t get a race together, we make sure to at least eat loads of pancakes for breakfast.
That is a totally fun tradition!!! I think I might let my kids do some sort of pancake race on Tuesday….
You missed off two:
March 4th: Pancake day (aka Shrove Tuesday) – we always have pancakes for tea and eat so many we feel sick
March 26th: MY BIRTHDAY – pretty sure that’s an international holiday right?