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5 Fun Ways to Celebrate in March

by Kayla Foster March 17, 2016

5 Fun Ways to Celebrate in March

March gives us many reasons to celebrate: the beginning of spring, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and Read Across America Week, just to name a few. But have you heard of the other, more obscure, possibly just as fun, March holidays? We found this list and decided to choose a few of our favorites.

Absolutely Incredible Kids Day

March 15: Absolutely Incredible Kids Day - We think all kids are pretty incredible, so this is the perfect time to celebrate with your children or students. Recommended celebrating of this holiday include jello cake, writing a letter to your kiddos, and by letting your kids know how much you love and care for them. Sounds like a fun day to us! And, even if you miss it on the 15th, we think this day is worth celebrating more than once a year.

 

 National Goof Off Day

March 22: National Goof Off Day - This is a day we think everyone could enjoy. While it is unclear whether this is actually a national holiday, we recommend celebrating anyway by using your free time for something you enjoy like a game of golf or a family outing with the kids.

 

 

 National Chips & Dip Day

March 23: National Chip & Dip Day - Two holidays in a row! This makes for a great week and a great treat. Today is about exactly what you'd think, celebrating with America's favorite snack duo. Recommended celebrating, of course, involves chips, dip, and potato trivia. Did you know about 1/4 of all potatoes consumed are french fries?

 

 

Take a Walk in the Park Day

 March 30: Take a Walk in the Park Day - What better way to celebrate the start off Spring than a walk in the park? This holiday is the perfect opportunity to get some fresh air and exercise by taking a walk with your kids or students to pick out all the nature that has recently been uncovered by Spring.  

 

These silly holidays make a great opportunity to get your family together, and we think that alone is a reason worth celebrating! What holidays are your favorite to celebrate? Let us know!





Kayla Foster
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