31 National Days in March

National Days in March

What do pancakes, waffles, and pie have in common? They’re all national foods!

In the United States, there are a number of national days in March to celebrate our culture and heritage. Learn about some of these special days and how you can participate in the fun. Whether you’re looking for ideas for gifts, party themes, or just something to make you smile, these national days are sure to please. Happy celebrating!

International & National Days in March

But it is not just the USA that celebrates the national days.

Can you pick the national days of other countries and the international ones? We should celebrate these days too.

National Days in March

March 1

Baby Sleep Day

Do you know what day it is today? It’s Baby Sleep Day! Yep, that special day when all of the babies out there gets to sleep in and enjoy a special celebration just for them. Of course, if your baby is anything like mine, they’re probably not too interested in sleeping on their own schedule. But don’t worry, I’ve got some great tips for helping your little one drift off to dreamland. So put on your onesie and get ready for a slumber party!

Fat Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday, also known as Fat Tuesday, is a day of feasting and revelry before the solemnity of Lent. Many cultures celebrate this final chance to indulge before the 40-day fast, and what could be more fitting than a day devoted to food? From king cake to pancakes, there are plenty of delicious options to choose from. So why not indulge in some Fat Tuesday fun?

Independence Movement Day

This year, on March 1st the Korean people celebrate their independence from Japan. This date marks one of Korea’s earliest public displays against Japanese occupation which occurred during World War II with an estimated two million citizens attending peaceful demonstrations that spread across different parts of this country. At 8 am local time taps began sounding throughout Seoul and soon afterward muffled shots could be heard coming from nearby buildings where armed guards were manning machine guns positioned outside government offices as well making sure everything went smoothly despite any potential violence between either side – no matter how small it may have been seen or insignificant anyone involved believed themselves capable enough not just defend but also recover dignity lost due freely given.

Isra and Mi’raj

Isra and Mi’raj are two of the most important Islamic holidays. They commemorate the journey that Prophet Muhammad took on a flying horse, from Mecca to Jerusalem and back. This holiday is a time for family gatherings and celebrations. Here are some gift ideas for those who want to celebrate Isra and Mi’raj this year.

Maha Shivaratri

Happy Maha Shivaratri to all of my readers! Today is a special day in the Hindu calendar, and it’s one that I always look forward to. It’s a time when we celebrate Lord Shiva, one of the most important deities in the Hindu pantheon. There are all sorts of different legends and stories associated with this holiday, and I think they all have something special to teach us about life. Whether you’re celebrating Maha Shivaratri or not, I hope you have a wonderful day. Thanks for reading!

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras is one of the most fun and festive holidays around! It’s a time when we can let loose and enjoy ourselves. If you’re looking for ideas on how to celebrate, look no further! I’ve put together a list of some of the best Mardi Gras traditions. From colorful costumes to delicious food, there’s something for everyone. So grab your friends and get ready to have some fun!

National Black Women in Jazz and the Arts Day

In honor of National Black Women in Jazz and the Arts Day, we wanted to profile three phenomenal black women who are making waves in the jazz and arts world. These women are succeeding in an industry that is notoriously difficult for anyone, but especially for those from minority groups. They are breaking barriers and paving the way for other young artists of color. Read on to learn more about these inspiring women!

National Dadgum That’s Good Day

If you’re looking for a way to show your loved ones how much you care, look no further than National Dadgum That’s Good Day! It’s the perfect opportunity to shower them with love and appreciation and let them know just how much they mean to you. So why not mark the occasion with something special? Why not celebrate National Dadgum That’s Good Day with some of the best food in the South? From barbecue to seafood, we’ve got everything you need to make your loved ones feel special.

International Pancake Day

The International Pancake Day is a day where you bake your best and most delicious pancake to be shared with the one you love. Eating a chocolate pancake, a vegan pancake, or basically any pancake you would like to bake. The main thing is that the pancake is cooked yourself and eaten together.

National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day

The 1st of March is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day, and what better way to celebrate than by indulging in your favorite spread? Whether you like it on toast, with bananas, or straight out of the jar, there’s no doubt that peanut butter is a delicious and versatile treat. So go ahead and enjoy yourself today – after all, it’s National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day!

National Pig Day

Did you know that there is National Pig Day? It’s a day to celebrate our porcine friends and what better way to do that than by picking up a gift for them? Whether your piggy is a fan of toys, treats, or just some good old-fashioned TLC, we’ve got the perfect present for them. So don’t wait – get shopping today!

National Sportsmanship Day

Sportsmanship is an important part of life. It’s what we do when we’re not playing the game that counts. On National Sportsmanship Day, let’s take a moment to appreciate all the good sportsmanship does for us. Whether it’s keeping our competitive edge in check or teaching us how to be gracious winners and losers, sportsmanship is essential for a healthy society. Let’s all take a moment to reflect on the role sportsmanship has played in our lives and give thanks for all the good it does!

National Wedding Planning Day

Is today the day you’ve been waiting for? The day you get to start planning your dream wedding? Well, National Wedding Planning Day is finally here! Whether you’re just starting to think about your big day or have already begun making some plans, we’re here to help. From choosing the perfect venue to selecting the perfect cake, our blog is packed with all the information you need to make your dream wedding a reality. So what are you waiting for? Start planning today!

Paczki Day

Paczki Day is a Polish tradition celebrated on Fat Tuesday. It’s a day when people enjoy Paczki, which is jelly-filled doughnuts. They are typically made with rich, yeasty dough and filled with lots of fruit jam, marmalade, or other sweet fillings. If you’re looking for an excuse to indulge in something sweet, Paczki Day is the perfect reason! And if you’re not familiar with these delicious doughnuts, now is the time to try them.

Refired Not Retired Day

Do you remember when you got your first job? How excited and proud do you feel to have a paycheck coming in each month? And how independent you suddenly felt, able to buy the things you wanted and need without relying on mom and dad? Retirement can bring that same sense of pride and independence – but only if you plan for it correctly. On Refired Not Retired Day, we’re going to show you how to make the most of your retirement savings so that you can enjoy life after work. Stick around – we’ve got some great tips for ya!

Self-Injury Awareness Day

Today is Self-Injury Awareness Day, an important day to reflect on the seriousness of self-injury and the support needed by those affected. Despite the myth that self-injury is a “new” problem, it has actually been with us for centuries. And while there are various reasons someone might choose to self-injure, one thing remains common: it is often a cry for help. If you or someone you know is suffering from self-injury, please reach out for help. There are many resources available, and healing is possible. Let’s work together to raise awareness of this all too common issue and provide support to those who need it. Thank you for your involvement in this important cause!

Share a Smile Day

An unofficial holiday was created to spread cheer and happiness. What a perfect time to reflect on the things that make us happy and share those smiles with others! Here are some of our favorite things that always put a smile on our faces. We hope they do the same for you! Happy Share a Smile Day!

St. David’s Day

Are you looking for a unique gift to give someone this St. David’s Day? Why not consider something that celebrates Welsh culture and heritage? There are all sorts of cool things you can buy, from traditional welsh blankets and hats to whisky and chocolates. So why not take a look at some of the best options out there and find the perfect gift for the special people in your life? Whatever you choose, make sure to enjoy celebrating Wales’ national day!

World Civil Defense Day

Happy World Civil Defense Day! It’s a day to celebrate all the hard-working men and women who work tirelessly to keep us safe. Whether it’s firefighters, paramedics, or police officers, we owe them a debt of gratitude for all they do. So today, let’s take a moment to appreciate everything they do for us. Thank you, civil defense workers, for your service!

World Compliment Day

A day where we can all come together and express our gratitude and appreciation for one another. This is a great opportunity to give a gift that truly keeps on giving – a compliment! Whether you’re thanking your best friend for always being there for you, or telling your parents how much you appreciate them, let’s make today about celebrating the good in others. So go ahead and spread some love – it’s definitely worth it! Happy World Compliment Day everyone! πŸ™‚

World Music Therapy Day

Today is World Music Therapy Day, and what better way to celebrate than by giving the gift of music? Whether you’re looking for something to keep the little ones entertained or a new addition to your own collection, there’s sure to be something out there that will bring joy to both the giver and the recipient. So why not take a look at some of the best world music options out there? From African beats to Celtic tunes, there’s something for everyone!

Yap Day

Yap Day, is the best day of the year! If you’re not familiar with Yap Day, it’s a special day where families come together to exchange gifts. It’s a joyous occasion where everyone gets to celebrate togetherness and happiness. I can’t think of a better way to spend the day than by exchanging presents with my loved ones. What about you? Are you celebrating Yap Day today? If not, make sure to add it to your calendar for next year! It’s definitely worth the wait. πŸ™‚

March 18

Global Recycling Day

The 18th of March 2022 is Global Recycling Day, and what better way to celebrate than by giving some great gifts that help the environment? I’ve rounded up some of the best eco-friendly gifts out there, so whether you’re looking for something for a friend or family member, there’s something here for everyone. Let’s get started!

March 21

International Day of Forests / World Wood Day

Wood carving is an art form that dates back thousands of years. Earlywood carvings were often religious in nature, and many cultures still use wood carving to create religious icons. Wood carving has also been used for functional purposes, such as creating bowls, utensils, and furniture. In recent years, wood carving has become more popular as an art form in its own right. Woodcarvers now create a wide variety of sculptures, ranging from small carved animals to life-sized human figures. The 21st of March is the International Day of Forests also known as World Wood Day, and without wood, we would not have wood carving. So take some time to appreciate the wood artisans in your life and the beautiful wood carvings they create.

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