The Day of Listening is a national day of action when people across the country pledge to really listen to each other. The goal is to build connections, understand different perspectives, and find common ground.
On Maize Day, families gather to give thanks for the harvest and enjoy traditional foods made with corn. There are also often festivals and other celebrations held to mark the occasion.
A parfait is a French dessert that typically consists of layers of fresh fruit, yogurt, and granola. The word parfait can also refer to a layered frozen dessert made with ice cream, whipped cream, and syrup.
But despite all of that, flossing is still important for our oral health. In order to make flossing a little more fun (and to encourage people to do it more often), we’ve decided to declare November 25 as National Flossing Day!
Buy Nothing Day is an annual event that takes place on the Saturday after Thanksgiving in the United States. The day is also known as Black Friday, which is the busiest shopping day of the year.
That’s the idea behind Unthanksgiving Day, a day of mourning and remembrance for the Native Americans who were displaced and killed when Europeans colonized America.
Sardines are small, oily fish that are found in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, as well as along the coasts of Europe, Africa, and North America. They are an important food source for humans and animals alike, and have been consumed for centuries.
The National Day of Mourning takes place on the fourth Thursday of November, this year it’s on November 24.
As we take time to reflect on all that we are thankful for, let us not forget those who are less fortunate. This year, let’s make a commitment to give back in whatever way we can.
On this day, we will be exploring the National Jukebox and its impact on American culture. Jukeboxes were once a staple in every American home.