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MAY 9, 2019 | NATIONAL LOST SOCK MEMORIAL DAY | NATIONAL MOSCATO DAY | NATIONAL SLEEPOVER DAY | NATIONAL BUTTERSCOTCH BROWNIE DAY

NATIONAL LOST SOCK MEMORIAL DAY – May 9

NATIONAL LOST SOCK MEMORIAL DAY

May 9 recognizes a fun and unique holiday, National Lost Sock Memorial Day.  It is time to say “good-bye” to all of the single socks, the ones where their mates have been lost to the unknown.  Where do all the missing socks go?  Is there a washing machine heaven?  This is a question that people have been trying to solve for many centuries.  An answer may never be found to this problem, and life will go on.  How sad to have lost such a close-knit friend!

Of course, since before the dawn of Tupperware, inventors have attempted the prevention of such separation anxiety. Alas, if they had succeeded mismatched socks wouldn’t be popular today. And, we there wouldn’t be National Lost Sock Memorial Day.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Now is the time to let go and move on.  Clean out all of your left behind socks. Make sock puppets or recycle those old socks by reusing them as dust rags!  Say your final goodbyes to your lost socks using #LostSockMemorialDay.

HISTORY

Within our research, we were unable to identify the founder of National Lost Sock Memorial Day.

 

NATIONAL MOSCATO DAY – May 9

NATIONAL MOSCATO DAY

On May 9 raise your glass and toast National Moscato Day. Moscato, or Muscat in Italian, is one of the oldest known variety of grapes grown in the world.

The grape can be white to almost black and the flavor from sweet to dry. Because of this, it is quite versatile and is used to make everything from sparkling and dessert wines to dry and floral wines. Where one Moscato may pair well with a steak, another will go well with fresh fruit and a sharp cheese plate.

In February 2012, it was reported that Moscato wine became the third most popular white wine consumed within the United States.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Prepare a nice plate of fresh cheeses, grab a bottle of your favorite Moscato, and pour a glass to enjoy the day. (Remember always to drink responsibly and never to drink and drive.) Use #MoscatoDay and #NationalMoscatoDay to share on social media.

HISTORY

National Moscato Day was created in 2012 by the Gallo Family Vineyards.  The Gallo Family Vineyards is a family-owned business that has been in operation since 1933.  

NATIONAL SLEEPOVER DAY - May 9NATIONAL SLEEPOVER DAY

Sleepovers have always played an important role in both friendships and memory making. On May 9, National Sleepover Day provides an opportunity once again for girls to confide in their friends in a way that can be inspiring, therapeutic, and confidence-building.

HOW TO OBSERVE

To kick off National Sleepover Day and #SleepintheBare, beauty and fashion influencer Olivia Culpo will kick off New York’s biggest sleepover event in Times Square (Pedestrian Plaza between 43rd and 44th Street) at 3 pm EST, where attendees will be treated to bareMinerals makeovers, Instagram-worthy moments including customizable pillowcases, a giant bed, and more!

To continue the celebration of National Sleepover Day, Cosmopolitan and bareMinerals are gifting sleepover kits to sororities around the country encouraging them to #SleepintheBare. Each kit includes all the essentials needed for an epic sleepover including: pillowcases, totes, eye masks, and bareMinerals makeup.

Join in the celebration by sharing your sleepover memories by using #SleepintheBare and #NationalSleepoverDay on social media.

HISTORY

bareMinerals and Cosmopolitan created National Sleepover Day as a holiday created to celebrate spontaneous sleepovers and bareMinerals’ Original and Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15’s newest claim –  Makeup So Pure You Can Sleep In It™. The two brands are also encouraging women around the country to bare their souls, share their deepest beauty secrets and express themselves through the hashtag #Sleepinthebare.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar declared National Sleepover Day to be observed annually beginning in 2017.

NATIONAL BUTTERSCOTCH BROWNIE DAY – May 9

NATIONAL BUTTERSCOTCH BROWNIE DAY

National Butterscotch Brownie Day is observed annually on May 9.   Butterscotch Brownies are also known as Blondies or Brookie (brownie + cookie).  Blonde brownies were actually created before the chocolate brownies. Butterscotch brownies are made up of flour, brown sugar, butter, eggs, baking powder and vanilla.  Walnuts, pecans or butterscotch chips are sometimes added to the brownies.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Want to keep it simple?  Enjoy this recipe from Taste of Home for Butterscotch Brownie Day and share with us using #ButterscotchBrownieDay.  Don’t forget to serve your butterscotch brownie topped with ice cream and butterscotch or caramel sauce.  YUM!!! Use #NationalButterscotchBrownieDay to share on social media. 

HISTORY

Butterscotch Brownies are a deliciously sweet dessert bar that dates back to the 19th century.  Sadly, we were unable to identify the founder of National Butterscotch Brownie Day. 

About National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar™ is the authoritative source for fun, unusual and unique National Days! Since our humble beginnings on National Popcorn Day in 2013, we now track nearly 1,500 National Days, National Weeks and National Months.  In addition, our research team continues to uncover the origins of existing National Days as well as discover new, exciting days for everyone to celebrate.
 
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