NATIONAL ROSÉ DAY
National Rosé Day is observed annually on the second Saturday in June. Rosé is probably the oldest known type of wine, dating back as far as 600 BC. Rosé wines are generally made from red grapes and are very versatile wines that complement many types of food. Rosé is lighter than red wine and deeper than white wine. The pink color of rosé wine depends on the time the grape skin stays in contact with the juice, also known as maceration. There are rosé wines that are semi-sparkling or sparkling, with different intensities of sweetness levels and dryness.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Celebrate National Rosé Day by having a bottle of Rosé wine with dinner or simply invite friends over for h’orderves and enjoy each other’s company. Share your special evening on Social Media on Facebook@NationalRoséDay and Instagram@nationalroseday using #NationalRoséDay.
National Rosé Day was submitted to and approved by the registrar of National Day Calendar in October of 2014 by Bodvár – House of Rosés – a rosé house specializing in rosé wines that hopes to raise awareness and give rosé lovers a day to unite together and celebrate.
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Visit Bodvár – House of Rosés – National Rosé Day for more information about rosé wines and the annual official celebration that will be held by Bodvár.
BEST FRIENDS DAY
On June 8, honor your closest and dearest friend on Best Friends Day.
The relationship between best friends is often fierce and can withstand distance, storms and silence. Whether we’ve known them all our lives or they are more recently acquired, best friends make tough times bearable, fun times memorable and memorable times priceless.
Maybe there are several best friends in your life. No matter how many there are, get together and celebrate the day!
HOW TO OBSERVE
Celebrate National Best Friends Day by letting your best friends know how much they mean to you! Use #BestFriendsDay to post on social media.
Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Best Friends Day.
NATIONAL UPSY DAISY DAY
Each year on June 8, National Upsy Daisy Day is set aside to encourage you to face the day positively and to get up ‘gloriously, gratefully and gleefully’ each morning.
Every day is a gift and if we remember that as we rise each morning, it will help us carry a good attitude throughout the day, whatever the day may bring us. Life is full of challenges and bumps in the road, and it is our attitude that helps us over the bumps and through the challenges to move onward with a smile.
Give it a try. Be grateful and thankful for what you do have such as a bed to sleep in, food to eat, friends and family. Try a smile and see how it feels. It may surprise you that it feels good on the inside also and how other people will smile back. You may just brighten up their day! Upsy Daisy!
HOW TO OBSERVE
Use #UpsyDaisyDay to post on social media.
National Upsy Daisy Day was created by Stephanie West Allen is 2003. Her desire in creating National Upsy Daisy Day was to make humor, laughter and a positive attitude part of the Upsy Daisy Day way.
NATIONAL NAME YOUR POISON DAY
National Name Your Poison Day is observed each year on June 8. Over the years, bartenders have been known to use the phrase, “name your poison,” when asking patrons what they would like to drink. This observance celebrates that phrase and is a day to commemorates making a choice or a decision.
It may be a simple choice to make, or it might be a difficult decision that requires a lot of thought.
The origin of the phrase “name your poison” is unknown. It is believed when it was first used, it referred to making a choice from a poor collection of options. It suggests whichever selection was made would be a bad one. Hence, the word “poison” in the phrase.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Use #NameYourPoisonDay to post on social media.
Our research was unable to locate the creator and the origin of National Name Your Poison Day.
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