October Fun Days

Fun Days:
October 1 World Vegetarian Day
  • Sounds like a salad is in order! Have any fun vegetarian recipes to share? Comment below!
October 2 Name Your Car Day
  • “I will name him George..” ~ Hugo the Abdominal Snowman
October 2 World Smile Day
  • (First Friday of month) Sounds like a great idea to me! Cheese Open-mouthed smile
October 3 International Frugal Fun Day
  • (First Saturday of the month) Today find something free to do! We have a whole list of things available in our area that we can do for free. Live in Northwest Indiana? Check out these 30 Things to do.
October 4 National Golf Day
  • Is this America’s Favorite sport now? We went and saw the PGA in Wisconsin this past year. A Fun day we had running around the golf course.
October 4 National Frappe Day
  • Sounds like a good excuse to visit Starbucks  and order myself a delicious Grande, non-fat, caramel frappe. Anyone else want to join me?
October 4 Oktoberfest
  • (In Germany, date varies) Today begins a 16 day festival held in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. The festival draws more than 6 million people from around the world each year. Visitors enjoy a mixture of attractions such as amusement rides, games, and a wide variety of traditional foods .
October 5 Do Something Nice Day
  • Sounds like a plan. I’ll certainly be telling my kids about this day!
October 5 World Teacher’s Day
  • Thank you to all of the amazing teachers and home educators out there!
October 6 Mad Hatter Day
October 9 Fire Prevention Day
  • Today is fire prevention day, which now commemorates the Great Chicago Fire of 1911. The National Fire Protection Association sponsored the first National Fire prevention Day as a way to keep the public informed about the importance of fire prevention. If you haven’t already, today is a great day to talk about this with your kids! Here is a free unit from the New York Fire Department.
October 9 Leif Erikson Day
  • Leif Erikson sailed to North American from Greenland around 1002 A.D. During his voyage he landed in a number of places, but  he made no maps of his journey, so documentation of his trip was difficult. It is believed he landed somewhere along the coast of New Foundland near Cape Cod.  According to records he was the first European to set foot on North American soil.
October 9 World Egg Day
  • (Second Friday of month) Eggs for breakfast anyone?
October 12 Columbus Day
  • (Second Monday of month) Today we celebrate Christopher Columbus who discovered the New World for Europeans, who until then, believed the world to be flat.
October 12 Cookbook Launch Day
  • If only my cookbook was ready, I would launch it today!
October 12 Old Farmer’s Day
  • Today we celebrate all of the hard labor of farmers throughout American history! That included my husband’s family who used to farm pigs, beets, cows, and corn. His grandma still lives on the farm today, maybe some day we will too!
October 14 Emergency Nurses Day
  • (Second Wednesday of month) And a big THANK YOU to all of the men and women who serve in our E.R.s.
October 14 National Dessert Day
  • Wow, is it just me, or are there a lot of food days this month? No matter, check out my fun desserts page and make one for a special treat after dinner tonight!
October 16 Dictionary Day
  • Let’s take this day to look up and learn a new word!
October 17 Sweetest Day
  • (Third Saturday of month) Today is apparently another day aside from Valentine’s Day to recognize your sweetheart. I like this idea since I’m sure restaurant reservations should be readily available, and flower costs won’t be doubled today!
October 18 No Beard Day
  • Amen and amen.
October 21 Count Your Buttons Day
  • Seriously? Who has time for that?
October 21 National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day
October 22 National Nut Day
  • Sometimes you feel like a nut…sometimes you don’t.
October 24 Make a Difference Day
  • (Fourth Saturday of the month) This day is dedicated to helping others by doing volunteer work in your community. Many people participate in projects like community cleanups, painting, repairs, and park maintenance. Where can you help out today?
October 24 National Bologna Day
  • We aren’t a fan of this processed meat, so I guess we’ll have ham instead.
October 24 United Nations Day
  • Today is dedicated to the U.N. and to world peace, and the betterment of humanity through a wide range of programs such as world hunger to environmental and health programs.
October 25  Mother-In-Law Day
  • Fourth Sunday in October, reach out to your MIL’s today and send a little love their way! After all, they did bring your spouse into the world!
October 25 World Pasta Day
  • Now, as an Italian, this is something I can definitely get behind! Spaghetti for all!
October 27 National Tell a Story Day
  • Celebrated primarily in Scotland and the U.K., National Tell a Story Day celebrates story telling of all kinds! And since reading is a huge part of learning, take some time today to sit down and tell stories, or read a story as a family!
October 27 Navy Day
  • In the United States, Navy Day is dedicated to honoring the U.S. Navy. The day was chosen because it is the birth date of President Theodore Roosevelt, who was an avid supporter of the U.S. Navy. Hubby is a Navy man, so we will celebrate with him, by having a small “party”.
October 30 National Candy Corn Day
  • I’m not a fan of this candy but there are some fun things to make candy corn style.
October 31 Carve a Pumpkin Day
  • No surprise here…will you be carving? We don’t, we usually paint them.
  • What do you do for Halloween? Do you celebrate? Hand out candy? Dress up? Close up the house and turn out the lights? Let me know in the comments below!

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