Today, November 16, is International Tolerance Day. It is a day to treat each other with dignity and respect. Go out there today and practice tolerance.
Today is November 12, 2020, Chicken Soup for the Soul Day. Although it was created for commercial purposes, it is ” a celebration of who you are, where you’ve been, where you’re going, and who you will be thankful to when you get there!” During the month of November which is known for sharing things … Read moreChicken Soup for the Soul Day
Today is Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2020. The Erie City Public Library is closed today for the holiday. The library will reopen at 8 am on November 12, 2020.
Today, November 10, 2020 is Young Reader’s Day. Reading opens up a lifetime of knowledge, information, success, and happiness…. a special day to recognize the joys and benefits of reading.”
Happy World Freedom Day! As Americans, we take our freedom for granted. We often do not appreciate the freedoms we have. Today is a day to reflect on those freedoms and remember that we are truly lucky to have them.
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 … Read moreNational Nachos Day
Let’s declare this Sandwich Day! Do you have a favorite sandwich ? Share your favorite with us.
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 … Read moreNational Blood Pressure Day
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 … Read moreEat a Cranberry Day !
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