National Nacho Day is November 6th. The inventor is Mexican Agnacio “Nacho” Anaya in 1943. Anaya lived and worked in the Mexican border town of Piedra Negras. Anaya created this snack from some tortillas cut into triangles, placed some cheese and jalapenos on top, then put it into the oven to melt the cheese. When he removed it from the oven, the nacho was born. Love nachos !!
Today is November 4, 2020. National Check Your Blood Pressure Day. After the Election, your blood pressure may be up due to the stress of the political season. The high stress holidays are quickly approaching. So, why not use Check Your Blood Pressure Day to find out what your blood pressure is today!!? It will only go higher as the holidays approach.
November 23, 2020. Today is Eat A Cranberry Day! Native to North America, cranberries are grown in New England and were eaten by the Native Americans who lived here when the white man came to the New World. They also used them as dyes for clothing, and for medicinal purposes. Cranberries are usually a big part of the Thanksgiving meal enjoyed by most Americans this week. Do you have a favorite cranberry recipe that you eat for Thanksgiving?
During the month of November, we are collecting family favorite cookie and treat recipes to share.
This is how you do it: Write out your favorite sweet recipe and send it to the
library. These will be compiled and made into a recipe book to share. Please send in your recipe by November 23, 2020 and we will include it in our sweet December recipes.
You can email it to the library or bring it by. We do have recipe sheets to fill out if you want. Just ask!
Friday, September 25, 2020. National Comic Book Day. Comic books began in the 1840s. In 1933, a comic book, Famous Funnies, appeared in the United States and is believed to be the first real comic book. It was a reprinting of earlier newspaper comic strips which had established many of the story telling devices used in comics. Celebrate the day by reading a comic book today.