Easter 2024

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May this Easter Sunday and the onset of Spring inspire you to new hope, happiness, prosperity and abundance. This year Easter falls on March 31st, the 90th day in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of the official opening of the Eiffel Tower and the first time Daylight Saving Time goes into effect in the United States. Other observances today are: Oranges And Lemons Day traced back to Reverend William Pennington-Bickford’s

1919 restoration of the bells at St. Clement Danes Church. Using oranges and lemons to decorate the Church was a nod back to an older tradition when oranges and lemons arrived in London by boat on the River Thames.

National Tater Day has a history that may date back more than 150 years, when the folks in the state of Kentucky would buy and sell their sweet potatoes (‘taters’). Sweet potatoes were a crop that was an important part of the livelihood of many people in this area, and the trade day has a history that started in the 1840s.

International Transgender Day of Visibility commemorating transgender people who have died without recognition or acceptance and focusing on more of the positive aspects of what being transgender means and takes direct action in changing the biases of people who don’t understand what it means to be transgender; and,

National Crayon Day - Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet…no, this isn’t just a list of all of the colors of the rainbow, but rather just a few of the more than 400 different shades of crayon colors that Crayola has produced since its humble beginnings in Pennsylvania in 1903!

Have a wonderful March 31, 2024!