Thursday, July 1, 2010

July 1st: Rabbit! Rabbit!

Rabbit! Rabbit!  (said for good luck on the first day of the month) or Wabbit! Wabbit! if you welate to that wascally Elmer Fudd.
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Those of us living in the USA know that the biggest celebration in July is Independence Day on the 4th, but when it comes to celebrating, why stop at one day? Here are other holidays for your enjoyment, some are very much in the lesser known category. If you plan a party for any of these events, be sure to call me!

July 1
  • Canada Day Photobucket
  • Second Half of the Year Day
  • U.S. Postage Stamp Day
  • Zip Code day
July 2:
  • I  Forgot Day
  • International Chicken Wing Day
July 3:
  • Compliment Your Mirror Day
  • Stay Out of the Sun Day
July 4:   
  • Independence Day!     Photobucket
  • Invisible Day
  • International Drive Your Studebaker Day
July 7:
  • Chocolate Day
  • Father-Daughter Take a Walk Together Day
  • Tell the Truth Day
July 10:
  • Don't Step on a Bee Day
  • Teddy Bear's Picnic Day Photobucket
July 15:
July 17:
  • Wrong Way Corrigan Day(click for link to explanation)
  • Yellow Pig Day Photobucket
  • Cow Appreciation Day
  • National Hot Dog Day
  • Toss Away the 'Could Haves' and 'Should Haves' Day
July 18:
  • National Ice Cream Day Photobucket
July 19:
  • National Get Out of the Doghouse Day
  • National Hug Your Kid Day
July 20:
  • National Lollipop Day Photobucket
July 22:
  • National Penuche Fudge Day Photobucket
  • Rat Catchers Day
July 23:
  • Gorgeous Grandma Day Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket
  • Hot Enough For Ya Day
July 24:
  • Cousins Day
  • National Drive Thru Day
  • Tell an Old Joke Day
  • National Day of the Cowboy
July 27:
  • Take Your Houseplant for a Walk Day
  • Walk on Stilts Day
July 29:
  • Lasagna Day
  • National Chili Dog Day Photobucket
July 30:
  • Cheesecake Day Photobucket
  • Father-in-law Day
  • National Talk in an Elevator Day
Have a wonderful July, whatever you decide to celebrate!

3 comments:

That corgi :) said...

I have heard others say "rabbit rabbit" on the first days of the month, interesting tradition!

lots of wonderful holidays to celebrate in July. I find it interesting stay out of the sun day comes before Fourth of July when most people are in the sun (good thinking I think) and of course July 7th as chocolate day and the last of the month as cheesecake day would be favorites of mine indeed!

Happy July!

betty

Sewconsult said...

Thanks for the July education. We have many birthdays and anniversaries in July with the extended family. Lots of reasons for celebrating.

Chatty Crone said...

Of course I think the 4th of July is the best - but I love ice cream day too. sandie