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Daily Holidays of 2014
Daily, Weekly*, Monthly* Holidays & Celebrations
(We have made every effort to assure that the dates below are correct)

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Week of April 07 - April 13, 2014
Mon, 07th Apr: International Beaver Day
International Snailpapers Day
National Beer Day
No Housework Day
UN World Health Day
Birthday - Billie Holiday (singer)
Anniversary - Metric System
Anniversary - World Health Organization
Tue, 08th Apr: Hana Matsuri (Flower Festival - Japan)
Wed, 09th Apr: Baby Massage Day
Jenkins's Ear Day
National Cherish an Antique Day
Winston Churchill Day
Martyr's Day (Tunisia)
National Day (Iraq)
Thu, 10th Apr: Commodore Perry Day
National Siblings Day
Salvation Army Founder's Day
Anniversary - Safety Pin Patented
Care Sunday (UK)
Fri, 11th Apr: Barbershop Quartet Day
International "Louie Louie" Day
Liberation Day (Uganda)
Sat, 12th Apr: National Be Kind to Lawyers Day
National Licorice Day
Walk On Your Wild Side Day
Birthday - David Cassidy (singer)
Birthday - David Letterman (talk-show host)
Children's Day (Florida)
Sun, 13th Apr: Thomas Jefferson Day
Birthday - President Thomas Jefferson (3rd President)
Sinhala and Tamil New Year (Sri Lanka)

Join us as we celebrate...

Fun Fact #1: "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You" was printed on the first Christmas card. Now with many corporations also sending out corporate holiday cards, you often also see the more generic "Happy Holidays" printed on the cover.

Fun Fact #2: Nearly 2 billion holiday cards are sent every year. Consumer Christmas cards and personalized corporate holiday cards make up the majority of cards mailed.

Did you know that every day is a holiday? Everyday. Somewhere. Someone is celebrating something! And now you can too! Visit our Daily Holidays on the Net website for more info...
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