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    National Chocolate Soufflé Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    National Chocolate Soufflé Day Get your spoons ready, February 28 is National Chocolate Soufflé Day! The chocolate soufflé is the height of French decadence — and deliciousness. The dessert is often associated with momentous occasions, so it’s only fitting that it has its day to be celebrated. So, let’s put on our aprons, pre-set our... Read More

    International Polar Bear Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    International Polar Bear Day International Polar Bear Day on February 27 raises awareness of the issues facing polar bears and how we can reduce our carbon footprint. Climate change is a huge threat to polar bears’ existence and it’s up to us to take action and protect their future. Polar bears are classified as marine... Read More

    Letter to an Elder Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    Letter to an Elder Day February 26 is National Letter to an Elder Day, a holiday celebrated by sending an elder a handwritten letter of love. National Letter to an Elder Day was started by Love for Our Elders, a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting loneliness with love among senior communities. This day comes once... Read More

    National Chocolate Covered Nut Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    National Chocolate Covered Nut Day National Chocolate Covered Nut Day is on February 25 every year, and we’re here to help you amazingly celebrate the day. Do you know that it has been almost 100 years since the first chocolate-covered peanuts were sold? Chocolate is something we all love, and one of the ways to... Read More

    National Tortilla Chip Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    National Tortilla Chip Day Tortilla chips were initially an afterthought, a simple snack made with leftover tortillas. But these crispy triangles of deliciousness soon became a nationwide sensation, and each February 24, we celebrate these salty snacks with National Tortilla Chip Day. Whether you eat yours plain or dip them in spicy salsa, tortilla chips... Read More

    National Chili Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    National Chili Day On February 23, we celebrate National Chili Day — a moment to pay homage to the legendary dish that brings people together and can tear them apart. Chili is the ultimate people-pleaser, but it’s also the ultimate cook-off dish. Family recipes are guarded like crown jewels, and secret ingredients are never spoken... Read More

    National Walking the Dog Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    National Walking the Dog Day February 22 is National Walking the Dog Day! This day combines two of the most happy-making things we have in this life: dogs and exercise. Humans love walking with their four-legged friends, and pooches love their strolls with their people. So, grab your walking shoes, a leash, and some treats... Read More

    National Sticky Bun Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    National Sticky Bun Day What goes better with coffee than something a little sweet, nutty, and possibly oozing with caramel? Yup, you know what we’re talking about. February 21 is National Sticky Bun Day! This delightful confection, a Philadelphia specialty originally known as “Schnecken” is thought to have been brought to the United States by... Read More

    Hoodie Hoo Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    Hoodie Hoo Day Hoodie Hoo Day is on February 20. If you are sick of the heaters, coats-on-sweaters, red noses, and boots, mark the end of winter with fun as you join your community to say goodbye to winter. Spring is a beautiful season of the year that we always look forward to. We cannot... Read More

    Tug of War Day

    By Win HomeTeam | January 17, 2023

    Tug of War Day If your only introduction to the game of tug of war was at summer camp or in elementary school, you are in desperate need to celebrate Tug of War Day on February 19. Tug of war has grown up from the days of your youth. In addition to having its holiday,... Read More