All our holidays are validated with sponsors, organizations, proclamations,
or, we validate the source or origin for an observance to prove it's not made up.
Although we have holidays for most days, there are a few that are blank. I realize social media spouts these daily. I'm sure you know that some are just made up and fake. Maybe they're fun, but, Beware!
Also, some observances that are validated through website links, can't be updated until their websites update their information.
I do not do ads. I do not try to make money from keeping these listings.
But, I do not respect other holiday sites that steal my information and
put it on a site wanting to make money from ads or charging to even validate
I'll add it for free if it's coming from a valid source and not obscene, hateful, etc.
All of my holiday and observances lists as a whole group are not "fair use" information.
(Individual holidays are owned by their sponsors.)
They are copyrighted via this domain and are not to be taken and put on another website, blog, or made into a downloadable application, etc..
Doing so is a violation of the DMCA.
Link to my holiday pages. Or, use them for personal, off-line use for clubs, newsletters, homemade calendars, etc.
You're invited to share these holidays on Twitter, etc. Just tell
folks where you got them.
All I have is word-of-mouth since I do not do ads.
the FIRST on the net to provide this extensive
We also try to be as accurate and up-to-date as possible.
The contents of my website are copyrighted!
Therefore, my holidays/observances as a composite are not to be copied and put on any other holiday website, blog, Facebook page, etc.
If you Tweet them out per day, please give me a credit.
Brownielocks and The 3 Bears
2021 Daily, Weekly and Monthly
Each Month We
Feature Lots of validated (not made up)
Fun, Unknown, Unobserved, Untraditional, Unusual, Silly, Strange, Crazy, Odd, Sometimes Bizarre, Goofy, Dumb, Wacky, Weird, Wild, Respected and Traditional Holidays or Observances.
These are primarily U.S. and some Worldwide.
But, we share our fun with everyone!
on the month you wish to visit
and scroll to find the day you want.
All pages include word links to any special features we did for that month.
2021 has been
declared by the United Nations as:
International Year of Peace and Trust
International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development
Internationational Year of Fruits and Vegetables
International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour
2021 is also
the Year of The Ox.
So, what day
is it today?
Check out our daily calendar below.
calendar link goes to the current month and year.
|We now offer a FREE printable Brownielocks' calendar with her Daily Observances for each month.||Note: If someone tells me of a new observance, the html pages will be updated BEFORE the calendar! But, both are always subject to change as new information is always being provided to me.|
This confused some people because there was one every month.
It's also confusing because the title doesn't define the observance IMHO.
So I did not list them monthly this year. Instead I want to explain what they are.
The Bonza Bottler's Day celebrations means:
The day is the same as the month it is in!
There are 12 of them as follows:
describes it like this: "To celebrate when the number of
the day is the same as the number of the month. It's an excuse
to have a party at least once a month!"
|Since this is personal to each one of us, I'm
putting the link to the information here.
In many countries, besides your birthday, you also have a "Name Day." This is the special day of the year that has been designated for your name. Different countries have different calendars. Click the link on the left to find out your special "Name Day."
What about traditional holidays?
Although we feature mostly the unusual, fun, silly and unknown
observances, etc. we still do the traditional holidays too.
Christmas, New Years, Valentines, St. Patrick's Day and St. Urho's Day, Easter, Halloween, 4th of July (and other patriotic holidays)
Thanksgiving, Ramadan, Hanukkah & Kwanzaa + Graduation Day (some consider a holiday) and Labor Day.
Thanks for Visiting. We love you!