Brownielocks and The 3 Bears Present The:
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!
Click on the
month you wish to visit below
and scroll to find the day you want, or use the drop down box on the holiday menu at top of screen.
All pages include word links to any special features we did for that month.
Bonza Bottler's Days: (Official Sponsor Site)
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:
1-1 (January 1)
2-2 (February 2)
3-3 (March 3)
4-4 (April 4 )
5-5 (May 5)
6-6 (June 6)
7-7 (July 7)
8-8 (August 8)
9-9 (September 9)
10-10 (October 10)
11-11 (November 11)
12-12 (December 12)
The sponsor 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!" Now that you know… Party On!
NAME DAY: (Wikipedia Site)
Since this is personal to each one of us, I'm including the link to the information.
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 on NAME DAY to find out more about your special "Name Day."
United Nations has declared 2023:
International Year of Millets 2023
This year is also the Year of The Rabbit: (Chinese Calendar).
Visit our page "How Holidays Begin & How to Start One" for further info.
What about traditional holidays?
Although we feature mostly the unusual, fun, silly and unknown observances, etc. we still do the traditional holidays too.
Fun facts and history of these holidays can be seen at the following special links to these pages on this website:
St. Urho's Day
St. Patrick's Day
Graduation Day (some consider a holiday)
4th of July (and other patriotic holidays)
So, what day is
Check out our daily calendar below.
calendar link button goes to the CURRENT month and
the DAILY observances are listed!
|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.|