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Days to Remember in February
Month:
  • AIDS Awareness Month, PPSI
  • Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, Natl
  • Aviation History Month
  • Child Safety Protection Month
  • International Drum Month
  • National Adoption Awareness Month
  • National Caregivers Appreciation Month
  • National Diabetes Awareness Month
  • National Epilepsy Month
  • Lung Cancer Awareness Month
  • National Model Railroad Month
  • National Novel Writing Month
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • Peanut Butter Lovers Month
  • Real Jewelry Month
  • National Sleep Comfort Month
Week Celebrations:
  • Week 1 Chemistry Week
  • Week 3 Game and Puzzle Week  
November, 2018 Daily Holidays
  • November 1, All Saint's Day
  • November 1-2, Dios Los Muertos
  • November 1, Men Make Dinner Day - first Thursday of Month
  • November 2, All Soul's Day
  • November 2, Deviled Egg Day
  • November 2, Look for Circles Day
  • November 2, Plan Your Epitaph Day
  • November 3, Book Lovers Day - first Saturday of the month
  • November 3, Housewife's Day
  • November 3, Sandwich Day
  • November 4, King Tut Day
  • November 5, Gunpowder Day
  • November 5, Guy Fawkes Day
  • November 6, Marooned without a Compass Day
  • November 6, Saxophone Day
  • November 6, U.S. General Election Day - first Tuesday of the month after first Monday of month
  • November 7, Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
  • November 7, Hindu Diwali Day - date varies
  • November 8, Cook Something Bold Day
  • November 8, Dunce Day
  • November 9, Chaos Never Dies Day - you've got that right
  • November 10, Forget-Me-Not Day
  • November 10, USMC Day
  • November 11, Veteran's Day
  • November 12, Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
  • November 13, Caregiver Appreciation Day
  • November 13, National Indian Pudding Day
  • November 13, Sadie Hawkins Day
  • November 13, World Kindness Day
  • November 13, Young Readers Day second Tuesday of month
  • November 14, Operating Room Nurse Day
  • November 14, World Diabetes Day
  • November 15, America Recycles Day
  • November 15, Clean Your Refrigerator Day
  • November 15, Great American Smokeout - third Thursday in November
  • November 15, National Philanthropy Day
  • November 16, Button Day
  • November 16, Have a Party With Your Bear Day
  • November 16, International Tolerance Day
  • November 16, National Fast Food Day
  • November 17, Electronic Greeting Card Day - now who do you think created this day!?
  • November 17, Homemade Bread Day
  • November 17, National Adoption Day - Saturday before Thanksgiving
  • November 17, Take A Hike Day
  • November 17, World Peace Day
  • November 18, Occult Day
  • November 19, Have a Bad Day Day
  • November 20, Absurdity Day
  • November 20, Beautiful Day
  • November 20, Universal Children's Day
  • November 21, False Confession Day
  • November 21, National Tie One On Day - day before Thanksgiving
  • November 21, World Hello Day
  • November 22, Go For a Ride Day
  • November 22, Thanksgiving - Eat, drink, and be thankful, fourth Thursday
  • November 23, Black Friday - Friday after Thanksgiving
  • November 23, Buy Nothing Day - always the day after Thanksgiving...does anyone abide by it!?!
  • November 23, Eat a Cranberry Day
  • November 23, National Cashew Day
  • November 23, National Espresso Day
  • November 23, You're Welcome Day - the day after Thanksgiving
  • November 24, All Our Uncles are Monkeys Day
  • November 24, Evolution Day
  • November 25, National Parfait Day
  • November 26, Shopping Reminder Day
  • November 27, Pins and Needles Day
  • November 28, French Toast Day
  • November 28, Make Your Own Head Day
  • November 28, Red Planet Day
  • November 29, Square Dance Day
  • November 30, Stay At Home Because You Are Well Day

November Birth Month Flower: The Chrysanthemum
A red chrysanthemum means “I love you.”
A white chrysanthemum means innocence, purity, and pure love.
A yellow chrysanthemum means slighted love.
Both the Chinese and Japanese consider chrysanthemums a powerful emblem of youth. A petal placed in the bottom of a glass of wine is thought to enhance longevity. The Chinese also believe that it prevents gray hair.

The November birthstone, topaz, symbolizes love and affection. It is believed to give the wearer increased strength and intellect. Ancient Egyptians thought the stone was colored by the mighty sun god Ra and was worn as an amulet against harm. topaz has been found at a number of localities around the world, including Brazil, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Russia, Burma, Pakistan, USA and Mexico. The premier source is near Ouro Prêto in Brazil’s Minas Gerais state.

 

   

 



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