Frankenstein Day 2022:It’s that time of year again – the month where we all take a moment to reflect on all the things that have gone wrong in the past year, and revel in all the things that will go wrong in the future.
What is Frankenstein Day?
Published in 1818 by English author Mary Shelly, “Frankenstein” is considered one of the most important science fiction pieces ever written.
On this day, people can learn more about the life and work of Dr. Frankenstein by visiting museums and libraries. They can also watch movies about his life and work, or read books about him.
Frankenstein Day is also a day to celebrate creativity and innovation. People can attend events related to these topics, or simply enjoy a day off from school or work.
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History of Frankenstein Day
It is over 200 years since the original “Frankenstein” story was published? That’s two centuries since a young scientist named Victor Frankenstein breathed life into his very own creature — the monster! And led to countless Halloweens of young children covered in green paint with box-shaped foreheads.
What to do on Frankenstein Day
Frankenstein Day is a day to celebrate the science fiction novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. The book tells the story of a scientist who creates a monster.
One way to celebrate Frankenstein Day is to do something that relates to the book. For example, you can make a Frankenstein monster costume or go see a Frankenstein movie. You could also create Frankensteins from household objects like furniture or dolls.
If you’re not familiar with the novel or movie, you can still have fun on Frankenstein Day by reading about it or watching one of your favorite movies.
It’s been a little over two years since the last Frankenstein Day, and preparations are in full swing for this year’s celebration. From costume contests to haunted houses, there is plenty for everyone to enjoy on this spooky day. Make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun by checking our website regularly for updates and RSVPing to our events page!