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Michaelmas is a Christian festival observed in some Western liturgical calendars on 29 September. In some denominations a reference to a fourth angel, usually Uriel, is also added. Michaelmas has been one of the four quarter days of the financial, judicial, and academic year.
National I LOVE My Feet Day - August 17
Official Lost & Found Day (2nd Fri of Dec) - The official announcement of the Lost And Found Day was on November 19th, 2012. The second Friday of every December marks this observance Day. The original concept of this event date back to 1805. It was in that year, Napoleon Bonaparte had opened the first Lost and Found the office in Paris. The Day is celebrated in an idea of having a place where people could come to recover the things they have lost. It is also a Day for renewed hope and belief that the things lost should never be forgotten or abandoned. One should take time efforts to search for those items after it has been lost. On this day, anyone can make an effort to find out the stuff lost.
Loved the second cartoon - "Found and Lost" ... LOL
Preakness Stakes – May 15, 2021 (third Saturday in May - two weeks after the Kentucky Derby)
Quirky Country Music Song Title Day (March 27) - Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day is an annual celebration observed on March 27. Music is the one thing that hardly needs any explanation. Though there have been so much of music varieties originated, country music songs indeed mark a special version among all.
Calling it a night............................
Snowman Burning Day (March 20) - Snowman Burning Day is celebrated on March 20th of this year. It is an annual festival that is observed on the first day of every Spring. On 20th March 1971, Snowman Burning Day was first celebrated at Lake Superior State University (LSSU) by the Unicorn Hunters – a former campus club. Their idea of this day was inspired by the ‘Rose Sunday Festival’ in Germany, where the mayor passes through the town with a straw snowman.
The Tolpuddle Martyrs' Festival and Rally is an annual festival held the village of Tolpuddle, in Dorset, England, which celebrates the memory of the Tolpuddle Martyrs. The event is a celebration of trade unionism and labour politics organised by the Dorset Committee of the National Union of Agricultural and Allied Workers, now a section of Unite the Union, and the Trades Union Congress (TUC). The festival is usually held in the third week of July, and features a parade of banners from many trade unions, a memorial service, speeches and music.
Each year a wreath is laid at the grave of James Hammett, one of the martyrs, in the churchyard of Tolpuddle parish church.
Upsy Daisy Day (June 8) - National Upsy Daisy Day is observed on June 8 of every year. National Upsy Daisy Day is celebrated to motivate people to handle the day positively and to wake up every day by feeling grateful, glorious, and gleeful. This day reminds us that every day is a gift and it is important to start our day with good attitude and smile in our face.
Vernal Equinox Day (????, Shunbun no Hi) is a public holiday in Japan that occurs on the date of the Northward equinox in Japan Standard Time (the vernal equinox can occur on different dates in different time-zones), usually March 20 or 21.