The last Friday in April invites volunteers to maintain and preserve historic markers on National Historic Marker Day.
National Afternoon Tea Month in April celebrates the history, food, and culture surrounding this sometimes nostalgic pastime.
The Celebration Spotlight visited with Jesse Freitas of Sticker Giant about National Sticker Day.
Every year on January 11th, Heritage Treasures Day raises funds for iconic landmarks around the world. It’s also a day to share one’s heritage, preserve monuments, and conserve wildlife.
On January 1st, people throughout Scotland and Northern England celebrate First Foot Day. During this traditional New Year’s event, it’s believed that the person who first sets foot in someone’s home can bring good luck to the household.
Learning another language comes with a wealth of benefits. That's why December is National Learn a Foreign Language Month.
Tune-up your voice on December 20th so you can join others on Go Caroling Day! What's your favorite Christmas song to sing?
Every year on November 1st, people in the country of Mexico observe Día de Los Muertos, which is translated as the Day of the Dead.
Filipino American History Month in October commemorates the earliest documented evidence of Filipinos in the continental United States.
On September 30, Orange Shirt Day promotes awareness about the Indian residential school system that impacted Native American communities in the United States and Canada.