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April 21, 2022 - NATIONAL HIGH FIVE DAY – NATIONAL KINDERGARTEN DAY – NATIONAL YELLOW BAT DAY – GET TO KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS DAY – NATIONAL CHOCOLATE-COVERED CASHEWS DAY

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APRIL 21, 2022 | NATIONAL HIGH FIVE DAY | NATIONAL KINDERGARTEN DAY | NATIONAL YELLOW BAT DAY | GET TO KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS DAY | NATIONAL CHOCOLATE-COVERED CASHEWS DAY

NATIONAL HIGH FIVE DAY – Third Thursday in April

NATIONAL HIGH FIVE DAY

Each year on the third Thursday in April, we observe National High Five Day. This is a fun day where you can “High Five” everyone that you see. Folklore fills the hallowed halls of sports stadiums concerning the origins of the high five. From the basketball… Read more…

NATIONAL KINDERGARTEN DAY – April 21

NATIONAL KINDERGARTEN DAY

Each year on April 21st, National Kindergarten Day honors the birthday of the man who started the first Kindergarten. Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel (April 21, 1782  – June 21, 1852) is credited with starting the very first Kindergarten in Germany in 1837. Frobel was a German teacher and a student of Johann Pestalozzi. Frobel laid a… Read more…

NATIONAL YELLOW BAT DAY – APRIL 21

NATIONAL YELLOW BAT DAY

April 21st honors National Yellow Bat Day. On this day in 1967, the Army activated the 265th Army Security Agency Company (Airborne) with the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The official insignia of the 265th is a bat with outstretched wings on a… Read more…

GET TO KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS DAY – Third Thursday of Each Quarter (January, April, July, October)

GET TO KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS DAY

Get to Know Your Customers Day reminds businesses to reach out to patrons and get to know them better. The day is observed annually on the third Thursday of each quarter (January, April, July, October). When businesses get to know their customers, they also get to know more about what they need to grow. Remember when… Read more…

NATIONAL CHOCOLATE-COVERED CASHEWS DAY – April 21

 NATIONAL CHOCOLATE-COVERED CASHEWS DAY

National Chocolate-Covered Cashews Day is observed each year on April 21st. Not unlike other nuts, cashews, and chocolate get along well together. Of course, chocolate lovers savor the combination of nutty crunch and creamy, rich chocolate. Read more…


On Deck for April 22, 2022

National Days

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Recipe of the Day

Cherry Cheesecake Dip
Prep:  5 minutes
Cook:
Total Prep:  5 minutes
Servings:

Ingredients:

1 – 8 oz block cream cheese softened
1 – 7 oz jar marshmallow cream
1 – 8 oz tub whipped topping
1 – 21 oz can cherry pie filling
Graham crackers, vanilla wafers, or animal crackers

Instructions:

In a medium bowl, mix cream cheese and marshmallow cream together until well combined.

Add whipped topping and mix until just incorporated.

Pour the mixture into a 9-10 inch pie plate or a serving dish the same diameter.

Spread the cherry pie filling over the cheesecake mixture evenly.

Chill until served.

Dip with animal crackers, graham crackers or vanilla wafers.

April 21st Celebrated (and Not So Celebrated) History

1962

President John F. Kennedy opens the Seattle World’s Fair via remote control from Palm Beach, Florida. The central feature of the fair was the 600 foot tall Space Needle. It included a revolving dining room and 360-degree viewing.

1977

Based on the comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” by Harold Gray, Annie debuts on Broadway. Peter Howard directs the award-winning musical. It won seven Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Original Score.

1989

Chinese students protested in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. The demonstrations called for democracy, free speech, and a free press from the Chinese government. The protest led to mass demonstrations and the Chinese government declared martial law.

April 21st Celebrated (and Not So Celebrated) Birthday

Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel – 1782

The German student of Johann Pestalozzi is credited with laying the foundation for the modern kindergarten in Blankenburg, German.

Charlotte Bronte – 1816

In 1847, the English novelist published her most notable work, Jane Eyre.

John Muir – 1838

The naturalist and preservationist is best known for co-founding the Sierra Club. Through his efforts, natural treasures such as Yosemite, Sequoia, the Grand Canyon, and Mt. Rainier are protected as national parks.

Dorothy Baker – 1907

Author Dorothy Baker wrote three novels in her lifetime earning her a Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship and a Guggenheim Fellowship.

Queen Elizabeth II – 1926

On February 6, 1952, Elizabeth II succeeded her father King George VI following his death. She has four children; Charles, Prince of Wales, Anne, Princess Royal, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex. She is the longest-reigning British monarch.

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