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National Fun Day

April 2:

Actor, Sir Alec Guinness (Star Wars) was born in London, England, in 1914.
Musician, Leon Russell was born in Lawton, OK, in 1941.
Singer, Emmylou Harris was born in Birmingham, AL, in 1947.
Nickelodeon cable network premiered on this day in 1979.
International Children's Book Day
National Day of Hope
National Love our Children Day
Tangible Karma Day

April 3:

Singer, Wayne Newton was born in Norfolk, VA, in 1942.
Actor, Alec Baldwin was born in Massapequa, NY, in 1958.
Mothering Sunday a.k.a. Mother's Day in England

April 4:

Flag Act of 1818, Congress approved the first U.S. flag.
NATO was founded in 1949.
Musician, Muddy Waters was born in Rolling Fork, MS, in 1915.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, TN.

April 5:

Education and Sharing Day


National Tomb Sweeping Day a.k.a. Qing Ming Festival and is observed in China & Taiwan

April 6:

Musician, Merle Haggard was born in Bakersfield, CA, in 1937.
Actor/artist, Billy Dee Williams was born in New York, NY, in 1937.
Drowsy Driver Awareness Day
Tartan Day

April 7:

National Alcohol Screening Day
National D.A.R.E. Day
No Housework Day
World Health Day

April 8:

Flower Festival in Japan

April 9:

National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day
New York State Missing Persons Day

April 10:

Salvation Army Founded in 1829.
Safety Pin was patented in 1849 by Walter Hunt.

April 11:

The Civil Rights Act became law in 1968.
Barbershop Quartet Day
International Louie Louie Day


National Siblings Day

April 12:

Musician, Herbie Hancock was born in Louisville, KY, in 1940.
CBS Late Show host, David Letterman was born in Indianapolis, IN, in 1947.
Singer, David Cassidy (The Partridge Family) was born in New York, NY, in 1950.
National Licorice Day
Walk On Your Wild Side Day

April 13:

U.S. President (2nd) Thomas Jefferson was born at Albermarle County, VA, in 1743.
Singer, Al Green was born in Forrest City, AR, in 1946.
Internation Plant Appreciation Day

April 14:

Musician, Loretta Lynn was born in Butcher's Hollow, KY, in 1935.
Noah Webster published the first dictionary of American English on this day in 1828.
International Moment of Laughter Day

April 15:

Income Tax Pay Day
National Take A Wild Guess Day
National That Sucks Day

April 16:

National Auctioneers Day
National Stress Awareness Day


National Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day

April 17:

Ellis Island Family History Day
International Ford Mustang Day
Palm Sunday

April 18:

International Amateur Radio Day
Pet Owners Independence Day
Teach Your Daughter to Volunteer Day

April 19:

National Hang Out (The Laundry) Day

April 20:

Musician, Luther Vandross was born in New York, NY, in 1951.

April 21:

Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom, was born in London, England, in 1926.
Singer, Iggy Pop, was born in Ann Arbor, MI, in 1947.
San Jacinto Day
National High Five Day

April 22:

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day
Earth Day
National Dance Day
National Jelly Bean Day


Good Friday

April 23:

U.S. President (15th) James Buchanan was born on is day at cove Gap, PA, in 1791.
World Book and Copyright Day

April 24:

Easter Sunday

April 25:

Easter Monday
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day

April 26:

Charles Richter, inventor of the Richter Scale, was born in 1900.
Hug An Australian Day

April 27:

Administrative Professionals aka Secretaries Day
Freedom Day in South Africa

April 28:

U.S. President (5th) James Monroe was born at Westmoreland County, VA, in 1758.
Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day

April 29:

The Zipper was patented on this day by Gideon Sundbach in 1913.
National Arbor Day

April 30:

Musician, Willie Nelson was born in Abbott, TX, in 1933.
Louisiana became the 18th state on this day in 1812.







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