November Celebrations - Days 25 Through 30:
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer Premiers (1949)
NATIONAL PARFAIT DAY We've been waiting for this delicious day all month! Get all the fixin's together -- several flavors of ice cream, syrups, assorted nuts, sprinkles, small candies and the like. Invite your sweetest friends over, and make everyone use the creative side of their brains and create some inticing edible concoctions. Yum... Don't forget the whipped cream.
King Tut's Tomb Found (1922)
National Cake Day
The First Lion Was Exhibited in America (1716)
Slinky Invented (1943)
PINS AND NEEDLES DAY Not sure who came up with this day but we're on pins and needles until we find the originator. Rather than being in a constant state of anxiety, call over a few folks, relax and chill out.
National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
The "Grande Ole Opry" debuts on Radio (1925)
National French Toast Day
Red Planet Day
Louisa May Alcott's Birthday (1832)
National Lemon Creme Pie Day
King Tut's Tomb Opened (1922)
Electronic Greetings Day
The Revolutionary War Formally Ended (1782)
National Mousse Day
Computer Security Day
Stay At Home Because You're Well Day
The month of November is all gone but not easily forgotten... and the very busy holiday party month of December is just about here. Outside of the traditional party faire, let's see what the first eight days of December hold for us.
December Celebrations: Days 1 Through 8
here we come.
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