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April Fools’ Day on April 1 is a day where many of us unleash our most creative sides, all in a hilarious – sometimes over the top – attempt at bamboozling those around us. Why do we do this, and w…

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(Update) Major League Baseball Opening Day 2020 has been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19. We will update this page when a new date has been solidified. — Working today? Please! There’s so…

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Christians mark Maundy Thursday, which commemorates the Last Supper, every year on the Thursday before Easter, April 1. It’s also know as Holy Thursday, Covenant Thursday, and the Thursday of Mysteri…

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Good Friday commemorates the death of Jesus on Calvary, the site just outside the walls of Jerusalem, where Jesus was crucified. It falls on the Friday before Easter, for 2021, that’s April 2. Most Ch…

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April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day, when the world takes part in the puzzle pattern of blue, red, yellow and purple pieces that reflect the complexities and uniqueness of the autism spectrum. There…

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April showers are going to bring more than just May flowers. On April 3, we get to celebrate National Find a Rainbow Day. Rainbows have always felt somewhat magical to us. And who can blame us? Rainb…

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World Party Day (or P-Day) on April 3 is about enjoying yourself on your terms. Throw on some tunes, bring out the refreshments, hang out with friends, or just relax in your own element. We love a goo…

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Easter is the single most important holy day throughout Christianity. It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ — a central belief for Christians worldwide and the focal point of their faith. …

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Warm up those hugging muscles, because on April 4, we’re showing our appreciation for newspeople in a big way. That’s right, we’re psyched to celebrate National Hug a Newsperson Day! This is the day w…

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The Qingming Festival (or Tomb Sweeping Day), which goes back 2,500 years, happens on April 4. This day falls on the first day of the fifth solar term of the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar.…

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Tell a Lie Day is on April 4 and it gives us permission to tell a lie within reason. It comes only a few days after April Fool’s Day and it makes for the perfect companion holiday for those still in t…

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Oh, pizza. Is there a single food more universally beloved that is also so incredibly divisive? The most contentious of these divisions comes between New Yorkers and their New York-style slices and Ch…

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For cat lovers, April 6 is the ‘purrfect’ day. It’s National Siamese Cat Day. This is the day we celebrate these most elegant cats. Siamese cats, also known as “Meezers,” are one of the most popular c…

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We have a question for you: do you love memes? Memes like this? “dentist: you need to stop grinding your teeth student athlete: Stop Grinding?😂 The Grind Never Stops💯 No Breaks😈 We Stay Dream…

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Once upon a time, the beer lovers of the United States were very sad. The government ratified the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920, banning all intoxicating liquors, including beer, beg…

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Every April 7 is National Beer Day, a time where we can raise a toast to the oldest and most venerable of all beverages. People have been making beer for over 5,000 years; in fact, the oldest recorded…

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April 7 is a chance to revel in National No Housework Day. Put down the laundry and toss out the to-do list. For this one day, we can give ourselves a break and do what we want around the house. Mai…

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National Walking Day is every year on the first Wednesday in April. National Walking Day is exactly as it sounds – a day to celebrate the easiest way to be the healthiest version of you. Walking for t…

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Every April 7, the World Health Organization chooses to highlight a special theme current in the wellness and medical world. Ranging from mental health to insurance and everything in between, this day…

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Even if you’ve never tried empanadas, there’s a good chance you’ve had one of their distant (and delicious) cousins. Originally from Galicia, Spain, empanadas now exist in over 30 countries in some sh…

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Holy Week takes on special significance this year with the appearance of both Passover and Easter. The Jewish holiday commemorates the Biblical story of Exodus — where God freed the Israelites from…

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Created in 1996 and held the second Friday of every April (April 9), Day of Silence is a campaign that seeks to shed light on what many LGBTQ youth experience daily. Initially intended to focus on thi…

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National Name Yourself Day, April 9, and is a day to celebrate reinvention by trying on a new name for size. Studies show there’s a link between someone’s name and their personalities. Social scientis…

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National Unicorn Day on April 9 is a day to celebrate the most popular mythical creature ever. Why? Because if we don’t take time out to celebrate a beautiful, horned, rainbow–printed mythical creatur…

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A thought for National Winston Churchill Day: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” President Kennedy, on April 9, 1963, signed into law a bill m…

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Our dogs deserve all the love and affection we can give them, which is why there’s a special day dedicated just to hugging them. It’s April 10: National Hug Your Dog Day. Hugging your dog releases …

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Our siblings are our family, and they are a huge part of our lives – that’s why we celebrate them on National Siblings Day every April 10! Siblings are our best friends and sometimes our worst enemies…

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National Eight Track Tape Day on April 11 is a great day to bust out your old eight track tape and explain to the confused millennials and Gen Zs what it is. You know it was the hottest technology fro…

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National Pet Day is April 11, although if you’re a pet owner, you know there’s not a day that goes by that you don’t celebrate your animal companion! So hug your hedgehog, bond with your bunny, and cu…

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National Submarine Day is on April 11 and it celebrates the purchase of the USS Holland, the first modern commissioned submarine. This day is important to the submarine community as it honors the US N…

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