Did you know that National Moon Day is today, July 20th?
This is the 43rd anniversary of the day that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon and proclaimed that they were taking “one small step for a man and one giant leap for mankind.”
There are plenty of fun ways that you can celebrate Moon Day in your own home and teach your children about this important moment in world history.
Here are some ideas of what you can do to celebrate today:Read More
Independence Day might be the most well known holiday in July, but did you know that this month also contains many other fun and quirky celebrations?
Here are some of the strangest holidays in the month of July:Read More
The Star Spangled Banner. Old Glory. Big Red White and Blue. Stars and Stripes.
The American flag has a lot of nicknames and plenty of history behind it and in June millions of Americans will celebrate Flag Day by waving these thirteen stars and stripes outside of their houses and businesses.
In the USA, Flag Day is celebrated on the 14th of June every year. This was the date that the flag of the United States was adopted.
In fact, the week surrounding June the 14th is known as “National Flag Week” and during this week the President will issue a proclamation which encourages Americans to fly a flag outside of their homes throughout the week.
All government buildings in the country will also display the flag during this special week of the year.Read More