NATIONAL GIRLS’ NIGHT
Grab your besties, on September 22nd – it’s National Girls’ Night!
National Girls’ Night encourages women to gather with their best girlfriends for a night in to relax, recharge, and foster meaningful connections. Of course, there are many ways to celebrate a Girls’ Night. Whether you stay in or go out, the night invites women to reconnect and celebrate life together. Choose to cook together or seek out your favorite restaurant. Enjoy a book club together or a movie night. Catch a game or play a game while catching up with each other. The celebration is all about women disconnecting from the stresses of everyday life. What’s better than engaging with besties for an evening of social self-care?
How will you celebrate Girls’ Night?
HOW TO OBSERVE #GirlsNight
One: Rally your girls.
Two: Pick your Ketel One Botanical varietal – Peach & Orange Blossom, Cucumber & Mint, or Grapefruit & Rose.
Three: Dress up and get out. Or, grab wine glasses, comfortable athleisure, and stay in. Either way, the goal is to have fun!
Use #GirlsNight to share on social media.
How do you Girls’ Night? Follow @KetelOneBotanical to share how you celebrate with your besties using #KetelBotanical, #BotanicalBesties, #GirlsNight
Are you looking for more ways to celebrate? Check out these 7 Fun Ideas for Girls Night.
NATIONAL GIRLS NIGHT HISTORY
In 2018, Ketel One Botanical founded National Girls’ Night, held annually on September 22nd, to celebrate the importance of slowing down and taking a well-deserved time-out in today’s fast-paced world. When celebrating Girls’ Night In, Ketel One Botanical reminds you to please drink responsibly.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed National Girls’ Night to be observed annually on September 22nd.
About Ketel One Botanical
Ketel One Botanical is a first-of-its-kind low calorie, low ABV (30%) spirit distilled from Ketel One Family-Made Vodka with real botanicals, then infused with natural essences. It delivers an easy-sipping, fresh-tasting drink experience with no carbs, no sugar, and no artificial flavors. Ketel One Botanical is available nationwide in three varietals: Peach & Orange Blossom, Cucumber & Mint and Grapefruit & Rose, at your local spirits retailer for a suggested retail price of $24.99 per 750ml bottle. For more information please visit www.ketelonebotanical.com. Follow us @KetelOneBotanical and #KetelOneBotanical.
PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY.
*Ketel One Botanical (per 1.5 oz): 73 cal, 0g carbs, 0g protein, 0g fat. White Table Wine (per 5 fl. oz., USDA ARS, National Nutrient Database May 2016): 121 cal, 3.82 carbs, 0.1g protein, 0g fat. KETEL ONE BOTANICAL. Made With Vodka Distilled With Real Botanicals And Infused With Natural Flavors. 30% Alc/Vol. © Double Eagle Brands, B.V. Imported by Ketel One USA, Aliso Viejo, CA.
September 22nd History
The magazine, National Geographic, publishes its first issue.
Italo Marchiony receives a patent for a mold to make ice cream cups. The inventor originally worked for his cousin selling ice cream. His invention created controversy in later years when ice cream cones took off in popularity. Machiony’s cousin took him to court for copyright infringement.
First International Hobbit Day celebrated.
Antonio Abertondo swims across the English Channel – twice. It’s the first time a person completed a round trip swim across the channel.
The United States swears in Henry Kissinger as Secretary of State. Kissinger became the first Jew to serve in the role until 1977 under both President Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
The television comedy Family Ties debuts on NBC. Starring Michael J. Fox, the show aired until 1989.
Willie Nelson, Neil Young, and John Mellancamp organize the first Farm Aid concert for struggling farmers around the country.
The television comedy Friends premieres on NBC. The show launched the careers of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc.
Born on September 22nd
Elizabeth Simcoe – 1762
The Canadian pioneer captured the virgin landscape of Canada in sketches, paintings, and her diaries.
Louise McKinney – 1868
In 1917, she ran under the Non-Partisan League ticket. She and Sister Roberta MacAdams became the first two women elected to a legislature in the British Empire. Since McKinney was sworn in before MacAdams, she became the first woman sworn into the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
Ellen Church – 1904
After earning her nursing degree, Church pursued her pilot’s license. However, there were no jobs open to women pilots. In 1930, Steve Stimpson took an idea of Church’s and ran with it. He hired her and seven other nurses to become Boeing’s first stewardesses.
Allan Rocky Lane – 1909
The B-movie actor is best remembered for being the voice of the Mister Ed the Talking Horse.
Lillian Chestney – 1913
During the 1940s and 1950s, Zuckerberg earned a name for herself through her artwork. She illustrated for magazines such as the Saturday Evening Post. She also created covers for art for children’s books including two classics – Arabian Knights and Gulliver’s Travels.
Eric Baker – 1920
The innovative businessman co-founded StubHub and Viagogo, two secondary ticket-selling websites.
Junko Tabei – 1939
As a mountaineer, Tabei became the first woman to reach Mt. Everest’s summit. She also climbed Kilimanjaro, Denali, and Mt. Elbrus among others.