National Horse Day

National horse day (National horse day 2021)

National Horse Day also sometimes known as National Day of Horse, is celebrated on 13th December. This day is a special day not just for Horseback riders and horse enthusiasts, it purposes to highlight all the ways in which horses have factually contributed to society, socially as well as economically, in the United States. Horses … Read More

National Cat Day 2022

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National Cat Day takes place in October every year in the United States. Colleen Paige designed it to raise consciousness about the number of cats that require to be saved each and every year. It is a day when individuals praise and honor the presence of their cats.  Nevertheless, it’s not only a day for … Read More

Day of the Dead 2022

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The Day of the Dead, commonly referred to as Da de Los Muertos in Spanish, is a Mexican tradition celebrated in November. The spirits of the deceased are supposed to visit their surviving relatives on this day. Many individuals commemorate this day by paying visits to the cemeteries of people who have passed away and … Read More

National Boss Day 2022

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The 16th of October is National Boss Day, a day to honour the folks that keep us hired! It’s a day for workers to recognise, acknowledge, and appreciate their bosses or employers for guiding and encouraging them all year. If you want to find out when is National Boss Day and how to celebrate National … Read More

Columbus Day 2022

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Columbus Day 2022 will be a public holiday in Latin American and other countries, as well as a federal holiday in the United States, commemorating Christopher Columbus’ landing in the Americas on October 12, 1492.  Christopher Columbus was a Genoese adventurer who became a subject of the Hispanic Monarchy in an attempt to conduct a Spanish … Read More

Indigenous Peoples Day 202

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Indigenous Peoples Day honours and remembers Native Americans, as well as their traditions and rituals. Indigenous Peoples Day is held on the second Monday in October in the United States, and it is a recognised city and state holiday in many cities. It began as a counter-celebration on Columbus Day, the United States’ national holiday … Read More

Election Day 2021

All About Election Day 2021

In the United States of America, Election Day is the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Depending on the year, it can happen anywhere between November 2 and November 8. It is the day when citizens go to the polls to elect government officials. Elections are held for several positions ranging from President to … Read More