April 13 National Day
April 13 National Day:
|13th April||National Make Lunch Count Day||United States|
|13th April||National Scrabble Day||World Wide|
|13th April||Celebrate Teen Literature Day||United States|
|13th April||Grand National Festival Race Card||United Kingdom|
|13th April||International FND Awareness Day||World Wide|
|13th April||International Plant Appreciation Day||World Wide|
|13th April||International Special Librarians Day||United States|
|13th April||Last Day Of Passover||World Wide|
|13th April||National Borinqueneers Day||United States|
|13th April||National Peach Cobbler Day||United States|
|13th April||National Silly Earring Day||United States|
|13th April||National Theresa Day||World Wide|
|13th April||Songkran Water Festival||Thailand|
|13th April||Thomas Jefferson Day||United States|
|13th April||Unfairly Prosecuted Person Day||Slovakia|
National Make Lunch Count Day
Most Americans have a common habit of skipping lunch. This event is established to encourage people who don’t give importance to lunch like other meals. To observe this day, you can do several things like arranging a group lunch. If you often skip lunch, you can make a new habit. On the other hand, you can also buy someone lunch. Don’t forget to share your word on social media.
National Scrabble Day
Alfred Mosher Butts invented the iconic board game called Scrabble. This event is established on his birth anniversary to show love for this amazing board game. The best way to celebrate this day is by playing Scrabble with your family members or friends. In fact, you can even host a Scrabble tournament. If you don’t have this board game, you can even download an online scrabble.
Celebrate Teen Literature Day
As the digital world is growing, teens are reading less in today’s world. This event is founded to encourage teens to read more. It’s a simple celebration to raise awareness about reading books. If you are a teen, you can observe this day by reading a book. Or, join a book club. On the other hand, you can also educate teenagers by publishing a post on social media.
Grand National Festival Race Card
William Lynn, a proprietor of the Waterloo Hotel, established this festival in 1829. As per a report, this jump race has £1 million fund for prizes in 2017. If you are from the UK, you have a great chance to visit Liverpool and watch the live-action. Explore the history of this jump race by reading some articles. In fact, you can celebrate this event by riding a horse.
International FND Awareness Day
FND stands for Functional Neurological Disorder which breaks down the communication between the body and brain. According to a report, 4-12 people out of 100,000 can develop FND. This event is founded by FND Hope, a charitable organization, to raise awareness about this disorder. Become a volunteer or donate to FND Hope to observe this special event.
International Plant Appreciation Day
The event is dedicated to all plant lovers. To observe this day, you can create a green space for yourself, be it in your kitchen or your garden area. If you already have a garden, you can add some new plants. On the other hand, you can give plants to someone instead of bouquets. Use social media platforms to encourage others to appreciate plants more.
International Special Librarians Day
Special Libraries Association, a non-profit organization created this special event to appreciate librarians. Besides SLA, this event is also sponsored by Factiva. To observe this day, you can visit your local library and say a simple ‘Thank You’ to the librarians. In fact, you can buy a coffee for your favorite librarian. Plus, you can observe this day by watching some movies or TV shows that feature librarians.
Last Day Of Passover
Passover is a remarkable event for Jews. Learn the history of this event by reading some books or online articles. If you belong to the Jew community, you have a great chance to celebrate the day with your family members and friends. In fact, you can also invite other people. Don’t forget to share your moments and some useful tips with your friends on social media platforms.
National Borinqueneers Day
Explore the thrilling history of the 65th ‘Infantry Regiment’ and learn about the soldiers who showed bravery on the battlefield. On the other hand, you can learn about Puerto Rican culture by reading books and magazines. Visit your nearest Puerto Rican restaurant and taste some authentic dishes. Plus, you can also drink rum and cokes to show respect towards the 65th infantry. Make sure you post some facts on social media.
National Peach Cobbler Day
Peach Cobbler was invented by early European settlers in America. Just like other fruit cobbler dishes, peach cobbler became popular among Americans after that. The Georgia Peach Council invented this event in the 1950s era. Observe this day by baking up your version of peach cobbler. Don’t forget to make your family members taste this dish. Take a couple of pictures and share them on social media.
National Silly Earring Day
Olena Kagui founded this event in 2021. Earrings have a long history since the ancient era. The style of earrings changed with women’s fashion from the 17th century. Observe this day by wearing your favorite pair of silly earrings. If you want to do something creative, you can even craft a pair of earrings at home. Don’t forget to take a couple of photos and post them on social media.
National Theresa Day
Theresa is a common name that has Greek, Portuguese, and Spanish origins. This name was the 65th most common female name in the US during the 1950s era. You can observe this day by exploring the history of this name. If you know someone named Theresa, it’s time to make her feel special. In fact, you can give something special to her. Use social media to appreciate everyone named Theresa.
Songkran Water Festival
Explore the Buddhist culture and the history of Thailand by doing some research on the internet. If you want to observe this event, you can start with a water fight, a remarkable activity associated with this festival. On the other hand, you can also visit a Buddhist temple to learn more about this community. In fact, you can use social media platforms to share some amazing facts about this festival.
Thomas Jefferson Day
Learn more about Thomas Jefferson, the third President of America who was quite popular for his Republicanism in the United States. You can explore the history of this country by reading some books or magazines. In fact, you can also read books about him. Or, watch a documentary to observe this day. Don’t forget to share your words on social media.
Unfairly Prosecuted Person Day
Czechoslovakia had a long history until it had been split into two countries; Slovakia and Czech Republic. Read about the history of Slovakia and how World War II affected this country. If you know someone from this county, you can learn more about them. In fact, you can also appreciate making them feel special. Don’t forget to share some crucial facts on social media, so everyone can know about Slovakia and the importance of this event.