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February 3, 2017 Day 14 of the First Year

9:00AM THE PRESIDENT receives his daily intelligence briefing

Oval Office

9:30AM THE PRESIDENT tapes Weekly Address

Library

10:00AM THE PRESIDENT participates in a strategy and policy forum

State Dining Room

12:00PM THE PRESIDENT signs Executive Orders

Oval Office

12:30PM THE PRESIDENT has lunch with Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn

Presidential Dining Room

Virginia Gate at Joint Base Andrews

2:00PM THE PRESIDENT departs White House for Joint Base Andrews

South Lawn


Emmett Till is murdered

On August 28, 1955, while visiting family in Money, Mississippi, 14-year-old Emmett Till, an African American from Chicago, is brutally murdered for allegedly flirting with a white woman four days earlier.

His assailants—the white woman’s husband and her brother—made Emmett carry a 75-pound cotton gin fan to the bank of the Tallahatchie River and ordered him to take off his clothes. The two men then beat him nearly to death, gouged out his eye, shot him in the head and then threw his body, tied to the cotton gin fan with barbed wire, into the river.


Historical Events on February 14

Black Death

1349 900 Jews are burned alive in Strasbourg and similar number banned from the city after being blamed for the spread of the Black Death

Medieval painting from 1353 showing the citizens of Tournai (today in Belgium) burying victims of the Black Death

Execution

1540 Emperor Charles V enters Ghent without resistance, executes rebels

Event of Interest

1610 Polish King Sigismund III, Forges Dimitri #2 & Romanov family sign covenant against Tsar Vasili Shushki

    Dutch fleet of 69 ships reaches Pernambuco, Brazil Roman Catholic Emperor Leopold I chases Jews out of Vienna

Event of Interest

1689 English parliament places Mary Stuart and Prince William III on the throne

Event of Interest

1743 Henry Pelham becomes Britain's First Lord of Treasury

Scientific Discovery

1747 Astronomer James Bradley presents his discovery of the wobbling motion of the Earth on its axis to the Royal Society, London

Event of Interest

1777 US Congress commissions Benjamin Lincoln a major general in the Continental Army

Victory in Battle

1797 The Battle of Cape St Vincent: British fleet under Admiral Sir John Jervis defeats larger Spanish fleet under Admiral Don José de Córdoba y Ramos near Cape St. Vincent, Portugal. Captain Horatio Nelson distinguishes himself.

Event of Interest

1803 Chief Justice John Marshall declares that any act of U.S. Congress that conflicts with the Constitution is void

    Karadjordje leads the First Serbian Uprising against the Ottoman Empire Jean Victor Marie Moreau, French general who plotted to overthrow Napoleon in the Pichegru Conspiracy, arrested, and exiled to the United States Ras Marye of Yejju marches into Tigray and defeats and kills Dejazmach Sabagadis in the Battle of Debre Abbay

Historic Expedition

1844 John C. Frémont and his party become the first Europeans to discover Lake Tahoe during his second expedition through the American West

Oldest Photo of a Serving US President

1849 In New York City, James Knox Polk becomes first serving US President to have his photograph taken (by Matthew Brady).

James K. Polk, in a restored 1849 daguerrotype that is the oldest image of a serving American president
    Texas is linked by telegraph to the rest of the United States, with the completion of a connection between New Orleans and Marshall, Texas. Oregon admitted as 33rd state of the Union Galena, 1st US iron-clad warship for service at sea, launched, Connecticut Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co issues 1st policy Morehouse College organizes (Augusta Georgia) Esther Morris appointed US' first female in Justice of the Peace in South Pass City, Wyoming, after previous justice, R.S. Barr, resigned to protest passage of Wyoming Territory's women's suffrage amendment in 1869 Seraph Young becomes the first woman to legally vote in the modern United States, two days after the Utah legislature passed a law allowing women the vote 1st US state bird refuge authorized (Lake Merritt, California) Alexander G. Bell & Elisha Gray apply separately for telephone patents Supreme Court eventually rules Bell rightful inventor Chilean troops occupy Antofagasta 1st state labor union legislation New Jersey legalizes unions

Event of Interest

1895 Oscar Wilde's "Importance of Being Earnest," opens in London

    George Lohmann takes a hat-trick for England v South Africa, 8-7 for inning - their lowest ever Stanley Cup, Victoria Skating Rink, Montreal, Quebec: Winnipeg Victorias beat Montreal Victorias, 2-0 Austro-Hungarian Zionist Theodor Herzl publishes "Der Judenstaat" (The Jewish State), encouraging Jews to purchase land in Palestine Theodor Hertzl's "Der Judenstaat" (The Jewish State) is published, proposing a Jewish homeland as a means of escaping anti-Semitism in Europe US Congress begins using voting machines Date of events in Australian movie "Picnic at Hanging Rock" Russia responds to international pressure to free Finland by tightening imperial control over the country US Department of Commerce & Labor forms 1st US foxhound association forms in NYC 1st US submarines with diesel engines commissioned, Groton, Connecticut Arizona was admitted to the Union as the 48th state High Council of Labor forms in Hague Netherlands H Atteridge & S Rombergs musical "Sinbad," premieres in NYC USSR adopts New Style (Gregorian) calendar (originally Feb 1) United Parcel Service forms The Polish-Soviet War begins.

Event of Interest

1924 Thomas J. Watson renames the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) as International Business Machines (IBM)

    State of emergency crisis in Bavaria ends, NSDAP re-allowed Clas Thunberg of Finland wins his 2nd gold medal of the Games and 4th career title when he takes out the 1,500m speed skating at the St. Moritz Winter Olympics Per-Erik Hedlund leads a Swedish sweep of the medals in the 50k cross-country at the St. Moritz Winter Olympics Gustaf Jonsson & Volgar Andersson take the minor medals

Event of Interest

1929 St Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago, 7 gangsters killed, allegedly on Al Capone's orders

Film Release

1931 The original "Dracula" film starring Bela Lugosi as the titular vampire, is released

    The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show debuts on CBS radio, airing there until 1937, moving to NBC until 1949, and returning to CBS in 1949, before moving to television NHL Ace Bailey Benefit Game: Toronto beats All-Stars 7-3 in Toronto National Negro Congress organizes in Chicago US female Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson US male Figure Skating championship won by Robin Lee Karl Schäfer of Austria wins his 2nd consecutive men’s figure skating Olympic gold medal at the Garmisch-Partenkirchen Winter Games in Germany Norwegian speed skater Ivar Ballangrud sets Olympic record 17:24.3 to win the 10,000m at the Garmisch-Partenkirchen Winter Games his 3rd gold medal from 4 events and 4th career Olympic gold

Event of Interest

1939 Victor Fleming replaces George Cukor as director of film "Gone With the Wind"


When is пятница the 1st?

How often does the 1st day of a month fall on a пятница.

пятница the 1st occurrences
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2010пятница 1 январь 2010 г.январь 2 times in year 2010
пятница 1 октябрь 2010 г.октябрь+ 9 months
2011пятница 1 апрель 2011 г.апрель+ 6 months2 times in year 2011
пятница 1 июль 2011 г.июль+ 3 months
2012пятница 1 июнь 2012 г.июнь+ 11 months1 time in year 2012
2013пятница 1 февраль 2013 г.февраль+ 8 months3 times in year 2013
пятница 1 март 2013 г.март+ 1 months
пятница 1 ноябрь 2013 г.ноябрь+ 8 months
2014пятница 1 август 2014 г.август+ 9 months1 time in year 2014
2015пятница 1 май 2015 г.май+ 9 months1 time in year 2015
2016пятница 1 январь 2016 г.январь+ 8 months3 times in year 2016
пятница 1 апрель 2016 г.апрель+ 3 months
пятница 1 июль 2016 г.июль+ 3 months
2017пятница 1 сентябрь 2017 г.сентябрь+ 14 months2 times in year 2017
пятница 1 декабрь 2017 г.декабрь+ 3 months
2018пятница 1 июнь 2018 г.июнь+ 6 months1 time in year 2018
2019пятница 1 февраль 2019 г.февраль+ 8 months3 times in year 2019
пятница 1 март 2019 г.март+ 1 months
пятница 1 ноябрь 2019 г.ноябрь+ 8 months
2020пятница 1 май 2020 г.май+ 6 months1 time in year 2020
2021пятница 1 январь 2021 г.январь+ 8 months2 times in year 2021
пятница 1 октябрь 2021 г.октябрь+ 9 months
2022пятница 1 апрель 2022 г.апрель+ 6 months2 times in year 2022
пятница 1 июль 2022 г.июль+ 3 months
2023пятница 1 сентябрь 2023 г.сентябрь+ 14 months2 times in year 2023
пятница 1 декабрь 2023 г.декабрь+ 3 months
2024пятница 1 март 2024 г.март+ 3 months2 times in year 2024
пятница 1 ноябрь 2024 г.ноябрь+ 8 months
2025пятница 1 август 2025 г.август+ 9 months1 time in year 2025
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2027пятница 1 январь 2027 г.январь+ 8 months2 times in year 2027
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2028пятница 1 сентябрь 2028 г.сентябрь+ 11 months2 times in year 2028
пятница 1 декабрь 2028 г.декабрь+ 3 months
2029пятница 1 июнь 2029 г.июнь+ 6 months1 time in year 2029
2030пятница 1 февраль 2030 г.февраль+ 8 months3 times in year 2030
пятница 1 март 2030 г.март+ 1 months
пятница 1 ноябрь 2030 г.ноябрь+ 8 months
2031пятница 1 август 2031 г.август+ 9 months1 time in year 2031
2032пятница 1 октябрь 2032 г.октябрь+ 14 months1 time in year 2032
2033пятница 1 апрель 2033 г.апрель+ 6 months2 times in year 2033
пятница 1 июль 2033 г.июль+ 3 months
2034пятница 1 сентябрь 2034 г.сентябрь+ 14 months2 times in year 2034
пятница 1 декабрь 2034 г.декабрь+ 3 months
2035пятница 1 июнь 2035 г.июнь+ 6 months1 time in year 2035
2036пятница 1 февраль 2036 г.февраль+ 8 months2 times in year 2036
пятница 1 август 2036 г.август+ 6 months
2037пятница 1 май 2037 г.май+ 9 months1 time in year 2037
2038пятница 1 январь 2038 г.январь+ 8 months2 times in year 2038
пятница 1 октябрь 2038 г.октябрь+ 9 months
2039пятница 1 апрель 2039 г.апрель+ 6 months2 times in year 2039
пятница 1 июль 2039 г.июль+ 3 months
2040пятница 1 июнь 2040 г.июнь+ 11 months1 time in year 2040
2041пятница 1 февраль 2041 г.февраль+ 8 months3 times in year 2041
пятница 1 март 2041 г.март+ 1 months
пятница 1 ноябрь 2041 г.ноябрь+ 8 months
2042пятница 1 август 2042 г.август+ 9 months1 time in year 2042
2043пятница 1 май 2043 г.май+ 9 months1 time in year 2043
2044пятница 1 январь 2044 г.январь+ 8 months3 times in year 2044
пятница 1 апрель 2044 г.апрель+ 3 months
пятница 1 июль 2044 г.июль+ 3 months
2045пятница 1 сентябрь 2045 г.сентябрь+ 14 months2 times in year 2045
пятница 1 декабрь 2045 г.декабрь+ 3 months
2046пятница 1 июнь 2046 г.июнь+ 6 months1 time in year 2046
2047пятница 1 февраль 2047 г.февраль+ 8 months3 times in year 2047
пятница 1 март 2047 г.март+ 1 months
пятница 1 ноябрь 2047 г.ноябрь+ 8 months
2048пятница 1 май 2048 г.май+ 6 months1 time in year 2048
2049пятница 1 январь 2049 г.январь+ 8 months2 times in year 2049
пятница 1 октябрь 2049 г.октябрь+ 9 months
2050пятница 1 апрель 2050 г.апрель+ 6 months2 times in year 2050
пятница 1 июль 2050 г.июль+ 3 months
Between years 2010 and 2050 this occurs 72 times. Upcoming occurrence is highlighted .


  • 1994 - Actor Jean-Claude van Damme (32) weds Darcy Lapier
  • 2006 - Academy Award-winning actress Glenn Close (58) weds David Evans Shaw

Elizabeth Blackwell was born in 1821 on this day. She was the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States. 

In reading a bit about her, she is a true inspiration, and brings a new meaning to the word Perseverance! She was rejected by 19+ medical schools, but was finally accepted by Geneva Medical College in NY.  It was even suggested that she disguise herself as a man to gain entrance, before she was finally accepted!  She had a dream, and she kept trying until she was successful in her goal to be a Doctor.


Valentine’s Day

On February 14, Americans celebrate love and friendship by exchanging cards, flowers, and candy. Although the origins of Valentine’s Day are murky, ancient Romans celebrated the feast of Lupercalia, a spring festival, on the fifteenth of February. Like so many holidays, a Christian gloss was added to the pagan fete when the holiday moved to the fourteenth of February—the saint day associated with several early Christian martyrs named Valentine.

The Queen of Love. New York: Haasis & Lubrecht, c1878. Popular Graphic Arts. Prints & Photographs Division

The romance we associate with Valentine’s Day may spring from the medieval belief that birds select their mates on February 14. During the Middle Ages, lovers recited verse or prose to one another in honor of the day. The Nuremberg Chronicle(published in 1493) is believed to contain the first in-print mention of Saint Valentine, though his role as patron saint of lovers was not mentioned. 1

Valentinus. In Liber Chronicarum, compiled by Hartmann Schedel. Germany: A. Koberger, July, 1493. World Digital Library

Handmade valentines, probably the first greeting cards, appeared in the sixteenth century. Mass production of cards began as early as 1800. Initially hand-tinted by factory workers, by the early twentieth century even fancy lace and ribbon-strewn cards were created by machine.


7. The tradition of giving Valentine's Day flowers dates back to the 17th century.

Giving red roses may be an obvious romantic gesture today, but it wasn't until the late 17th century that giving flowers became a popular custom. In fact, the practice can be traced back to when King Charles II of Sweden learned the "language of flowers" &mdash which pairs different flowers with specific meanings &mdash on a trip to Persia, and subsequently introduced the tradition to Europe. The act of giving flowers then became a popular trend during the Victorian Era &mdash including on Valentine's Day &mdash with red roses symbolizing deep love.


Valentine's Day 2021: What Is the Real Meaning of Valentine's Day?

Valentine’s Day is Sunday, February 14! Do you know the real story behind Valentine’s Day? This ancient marking of agricultural and human fertility has a surprising history. Discover the meaning of Valentine’s Day, why it’s celebrated on February 14, some fun ideas, and a poem to add to that (secret?) Valentine card.

When Is Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day occurs annually on February 14. In 2021, it will be celebrated on Sunday, February 14.

Valentine’s Day Dates

Where Did Valentine’s Day Come From?

Valentine’s Day has its origins as an ancient agriculture and human fertility festival. From February 13 to 15, the Romans celebrated the feast of Lupercalia.

Lupercalia was a fertility festival in honor of Lupa, the wolf who was said to have suckled Romulus and Remus (whom founded the city of Rome in 753 B.C., according to legend). This festival was also dedicated to Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture. This was the season to start sowing seeds and to hope for a fertile year of crops.

The link between the Lupercalia, fertility, and romance is evident in the festivities that occurred during the celebrations. The Roman festival involved drunk young men running through the streets naked, women being smeared in animal blood, and unusual fertility rites. Ever heard the dating phrase, “being hit on”? In this case, men literally hit on women by whipping them with the hides of the animals they had just sacrificed.

Apparently, many women were willing participants, lining up for the festival, believing this would make them fertile. Young men also drew the names of women from a jar. The couple would lie together during the festival, in an effort to conceive.

When the Roman Empire became Christian, it evolved into a “Christianized” form of the festival of Lupercalia. The church honored St. Valentine—who was martyred at this time. However, much of the marriage and fertility traditions from the old ways persisted.

Who Was St. Valentine?

Emperor Claudius II executed two priests—both named Valentine—on Februrary 14 of different years in the 3rd century A.D.

Although not much of St. Valentine’s life is reliably known, and whether or not the stories involve two different saints by the same name is also not officially decided, one of the St. Valentines was martyred and then buried on the Via Flaminia to the north of Rome. Archaeologists have unearthed a Roman catacomb and an ancient church dedicated to St. Valentine.

As legend goes, the Emperor Claudius II prohibited soldiers to marriage. However, Valentine defied the orders and secretly married young couples to spare husbands from war. Valentine was imprisoned, tortured and beheaded. According to another legend, St. Valentine signed a letter “from your Valentine” to his jailer’s daughter, whom he had befriended and healed from blindness.

In 496 A.D. Pope Gelasius marked February 14 as day to honor their martyrdom and celebration of St. Valentine’s Day was born.

In 1969, the Roman Catholic Church removed St. Valentine from the General Roman Calendar because of the lack of reliable information about him.
However, the church still recognizes St. Valentine is a saint. He is the Patron Saint of affianced couples, bee keepers, engaged couples, happy marriages, love, lovers, and young people. He is represented in pictures with birds and roses and his feast day is celebrated on February 14.

The more romantic nature of Valentine’s Day was also celebrated in the Middle Ages, when it was believed that birds paired couples in mid-February. Chaucer and Shakespeare romanticized this day of love in their work, and it gained popularity throughout Britain and the rest of Europe. Handmade paper cards were even exchanged in the Middle Ages.

History of the “Valentine” Card

By the early 1600s, handmade Valentine’s Day cards were customarily sent from admirers to sweethearts. Around the year 1800, the first commercial cards appeared. Cards were usually sent anonymously.

As early as 1822, an English official reported having to hire extra postal workers on this Valentine’s Day. In 1849, Esther Howland of Worcester, Massachusetts, started selling quality valentines so popular that she was called “Mother of the American Valentine.”

The industrial revolution ushered in factory-made cards. And in 1913, Hallmark Cards of Kansas City, Mo., began mass producing valentines and it’s been popular card-giving (and chocolate-indulging!) holiday ever since.

Valentine’s Day Poetry and Quotes

For the young and young at heart, it’s fun to make Valentine’s Day cards to send anonymously to a neighbor, someone in the nursing home, a good friend, or a family member! Gather up some vintage postcards, colorful paper, feathers, or whatever you have on hand. Put a big “?” on the inside and see if your recipient guesses their “secret admirer.”

One Hundred Love Sonnets: XVII
By Pablo Neruda
I don’t love you as if you were a rose of salt, topaz,
or arrow of carnations that propagate fire:
I love you as one loves certain obscure things,
secretly, between the shadow and the soul.
I love you as the plant that doesn’t bloom but carries
the light of those flowers, hidden, within itself,
and thanks to your love the tight aroma that arose
from the earth lives dimly in my body
.

She Walks in Beauty
By Lord Byron (George Gordon)
She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies
And all that’s best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes
.

[i carry your heart with me(i carry it in]
by e.e. cummings
i carry your heart with me(i carry it in
my heart)i am never without it(anywhere
i go you go,my dearand whatever is done
by only me is your doing,my darling)
.

First Love
by John Clare
I ne’er was struck before that hour
With love so sudden and so sweet,
Her face it bloomed like a sweet flower
And stole my heart away complete
.

Quotes About Love

Love does not consist of gazing at each other but of looking together in the same direction.

True love begins when nothing is looked for in return.
–Antoine de Saint-Exupery, French writer (1900-44)

Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind.
–William Shakespeare, English playwright (1564-1616)

Where there is love, there is no darkness.

True love never grows old.

Absence sharpens love presence strengthens it.

Valentine’s Day Recipes

Valentine’s Day goes hand-in-hand with sweets, so why not try making one of our delicious Valentine’s Day recipes?

For the chocolate lovers, see our best Chocolate Dessert Recipes. We’ve tested and made all of these chocolate recipes ourselves. (Someone had to do it!)

Valentine’s Day Flowers

Red roses seem to be the popular flower for this loved ones as they symbolize love. Or, be different! See our list of flower symbolism and find a meaning that suits your loved one.

Gift a Living Plant

Another idea is to give a living plant which will last. Instead of cut roses from a hothouse or important flowers, how about giving a small rose bush? Bare root shrubs or trees can make wonderful gifts. Every time your loved one sees the plant, it’s a wonderful memory.

Or, consider giving the gift of seeds! Here are wonderful flowers with romantic names as well as a flower list for “creating a romantic garden”.

Have a Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at The Old Farmer’s Almanac!


History of the US Income Tax

If, in the midst of sorting receipts and studying the latest changes in the US income tax laws, you suddenly wonder "What is the origin of this annual ritual in the weeks leading up to April 15th?" here are some places you can go for answers.

The origin of the income tax on individuals is generally cited as the passage of the 16th Amendment, passed by Congress on July 2, 1909, and ratified February 3, 1913 however, its history actually goes back even further. During the Civil War Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1861 which included a tax on personal incomes to help pay war expenses. The tax was repealed ten years later. However, in 1894 Congress enacted a flat rate Federal income tax, which was ruled unconstitutional the following year by the U.S. Supreme Court because it was a direct tax not apportioned according to the population of each state. The 16th amendment, ratified in 1913, removed this objection by allowing the Federal government to tax the income of individuals without regard to the population of each State. For additional information on taxation in the United States, see the section on taxes on the web site of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

Further reorganization came in the 1950s, replacing the patronage system with career employees. The IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 prompted the most comprehensive reorganization and modernization of IRS in nearly half a century and established a Taxpayer Advocate Service as an independent voice inside the agency on behalf of the taxpayer.

April 15th has not always been the filing deadline. March 1st was the date specified by Congress in 1913, after the passage of the 16th amendment. In 1918 Congress pushed the date forward to March 15th, where it remained until the tax overhaul of 1954, when the date was again moved ahead to April 15th. For further information on the choice of April 15th as the filing date see Yahoo! and Fortune "Great questions of our age: Why is tax day April 15?" by Jessica Sung. Fortune, Apr 15, 2002. (Volume 145, Issue 8 page. 64,).


Daily Holidays and Observances

  • Candy-Making Day - February 1
  • Car Insurance Day - February 1
  • CBD Day - February 1
  • Change Your Password Day - February 1
  • Dark Chocolate Day - February 1
  • Decorating With Candy Day - February 1
  • G.I. Joe Day - February 1
  • Hula in the Coola Day - February 1
  • International Day of Black Women in the Arts - February 1, 2021 (First Day of Black History Month)
  • International Face & Body Art Day - February 1
  • National Baked Alaska Day - February 1
  • National Freedom Day - February 1
  • National Get Up Day - February 1
  • Robinson Crusoe Day - February 1
  • Serpent Day - February 1
  • Spunky Old Broads Day - February 1
  • World Hijab Day - February 1
  • African American Coaches Day - February 2, 2021 (First Tuesday in February)
  • Ayn Rand Day - February 2
  • Bonza Bottler Day - February 2
  • California Kiwi Fruit Day - February 2
  • Candlemas - February 2
  • Crepe Day - February 2 - February 2
  • Groundhog Job Shadow Day - February 2
  • Heavenly Hash Day - February 2
  • Hedgehog Day - February 2
  • Imbolic - February 2 
  • Lung Leavin' Day - February 2
  • Marmot Day (Alaska) - February 2
  • Rheumatoid Awareness Day - February 2
  • Self Renewal Day - February 2
  • Sled Dog Day - February 2
  • Tater Tot Day - February 2
  • The Record of a Sneeze Day - February 2
  • World Play Your Ukulele Day - February 2
  • World Wetlands Day - February 2
  • American Painters Day - February 3
  • Doggy Date Night - February 3
  • Elmo's Birthday - February 3
  • Feed the Birds Day - February 3
  • Four Chaplains Day - February 3
  • Global School Play Day - February 3, 2021 (First Wednesday in February)
  • International Golden Retriever Day - February 3
  • National Carrot Cake Day - February 3
  • National Carrot Day - February 3
  • National Cordova Ice Worm Day - February 3
  • National Girls & Women in Sports Day - February 3, 2021 (First Wednesday in February)
  • National Missing Person's Day - February 3
  • National Patient Recognition Day - February 3
  • National Signing Day - February 3, 2021 (First Wednesday in February)
  • National Wedding Ring Day - February 3
  • National Women Physicians Day - February 3
  • Take a Cruise Day - February 3
  • The Day the Music Died - February 3
  • World Read Aloud Day - February 3, 2021
  • Facebook's Birthday - February 4
  • Homemade Soup Day - February 4
  • Liberace Day - February 4
  • Medjoola Date Day - February 4
  • National Create a Vacuum Day - February 4
  • National Hemp Day - February 4
  • National Stuffed Mushroom Day - February 4
  • National Sweater Day (In Canada) - February 4, 2021
  • National Thank a Mailman Day - February 4
  • Quacker Day - February 4
  • Rosa Parks Day - February 4 - (State of CA and OH)
  • Torture Abolition Day - February 4
  • USO Day - February 4
  • World Cancer Day - February 4
  • Adlai Stevenson Day - February 5
  • Bubble Gum Day - February 5, 2021 (First Friday in February)
  • Disaster Day - February 5
  • Give Kids a Smile Day - February 5, 2021 (First Friday in February)
  • Move Hollywood & Broadway to Lebanon, PA Day - February 5
  • National Chocolate Fondue Day - February 5
  • National Fart Day - February 5
  • National Primrose Day - February 5
  • National Wear Red Day - February 5, 2021 (First Friday in February)
  • National Weatherperson's Day - February 5
  • Shower With a Friend Day - February 5
  • Western Monarch Day - February 5
  • Working Naked Day - February 5, 2021 (First Friday in February)
  • World Animal Reiki Day - February 5
  • World Nutella Day - February 5
  • Barber Day - February 6, 2021 (First Saturday in February)
  • Canadian Maple Syrup Day - February 6
  • Ice Cream for Breakfast Day - February 6, 2021 (First Saturday in February)
  • International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation - February 6
  • International Frozen Yogurt Day - February 6
  • International Pisco Sour Day - February 6, 2021
  • Lame Duck Day - February 6
  • National Chopsticks Day - February 6
  • National Play Outside Day - February 6, 2021 - First Saturday of EVERY Month)
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  • Ronald Reagan Day (California only) - February 6
  • Take Your Child to the Library Day - February 6, 2021 (First Saturday in February)
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  • Dump Your Significant Jerk Day - February 7, 2021 (First Sunday in February)
  • E Day - February 7
  • Harry Potter Book Night - February 7
  • International Clash Day - February 7
  • Man Day - February 7, 2021 (Sunday before Valentines Day)
  • National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day - February 7
  • National Fettuccine Alfredo Day - February 7
  • National Periodic Table Day - February 7
  • Popcorn Day - February 7, 2021
  • Rose Day - February 7
  • Scout Sunday - February 7, 2021 (First Day of Boy Scout Week)
  • Send a Card to a Friend Day - February 7  - February 7, 2021 (First Sunday in February)
  • Super Chicken Wing Day - February 7, 2021 (Same Day as Super Bowl Sunday - First Sunday in February)
  • Wave All Your Fingers at Your Neighbor Day - February 7
  • Boy Scout Anniversary Day - February 8
  • Clean Out Your Computer Day - February 8, 2021 (Second Monday in February)
  • International Epilepsy Day - February 8, 2021 (Second Monday in February)
  • Laugh and Get Rich Day - February 8
  • Meal Monday - February 8, 2021
  • Molasses Bar Day - February 8
  • National Football Hangover Day - February 8, 2021 (Day after Super Bowl)
  • National Kite Flying Day - February 8
  • Oatmeal Monday - February 8, 2021 (Second Monday in February)
  • Opera Day - February 8
  • Propose Day - February 8
  • Extraterrestrial Culture Day -򠿫ruary 9, 2021 - Second Tuesday in February)
  • Extraterrestrial Visitor Day -򠿫ruary 9, 2021 (Second Tuesday in February)
  • Gwyl Mabsant - February 9
  • National Bagels and Lox Day - February 9
  • National Cut the Cord Day - February 9
  • National Develop Alternative Vices Day - February 9
  • National Pizza Day - February 9
  • National Stop Bullying Day - February 9
  • National Toothache Day - February 9
  • Pizza Pie Day - February 9
  • Read in the Bathtub Day - February 9
  • Safer Internet Day - February 9, 2021 (Second Tuesday in February)
  • All the News That's Fit to Print Day - February 10
  • Cream Cheese Brownie Day - February 10
  • Daytona Pole Day - February 10, 2021
  • National Flannel Day - February 10
  • National Home Warranty Day - February 10
  • Plimsoll Day - February 10
  • Teddy Day - February 10
  • Umbrella Day - February 10
  • World Pulses Day - February 10
  • AAPI Women's Equal Pay Day - February 11, 2020 (AAPI = Asian American / Pacific Islander) (2021 TBA)
  • Be Electrific Day - February 11
  • Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk Day - February 11
  • Fat Thursday -򠿫ruary 11, 2021 (Catholic)
  • Get Out Your Guitar Day -򠿫ruary 11
  • Grandmother Achievement Day - February 11
  • International Day of Women & Girls in Science - February 11
  • Make A Friend's Day - February 11
  • National Giving Hearts Day - February 11, 2021 (Second Tuesday in February)
  • National Inventor's Day - February 11
  • National Make a Friend Day - February 11
  • National Shut-in Visitation Day - February 11
  • Peppermint Patty Day - February 11
  • Pro Sports Wives Day - February 11
  • Promise Day - February 11
  • Satisfied Staying Single Day - February 11
  • White T Shirt Day - February 11
  • World Day of the Sick - February 11
  • Chinese New Year - February 12, 2021
  • Darwin Day - February 12
  • Georgia Day - February 12, 2021 (On or around February 12 in the U.S. State of Georgia)
  • Hug Day - February 12
  • International Day Against the Use of Child Soldiers - February 12 (Also Known as Red Hand Day)
  • International Winter Bike to Work Day - February 12, 2021 (Second Friday in February)
  • Lincoln's Birthday - February 12
  • Lunar New Year - February 12, 2021
  • NAACP Day - February 12
  • National Freedom to Marry Day - February 12
  • National Lost Penny Day - February 12
  • National Plum Pudding Day - February 12
  • No One Eats Alone Day - February 12, 2021
  • Oglethorpe Day - February 12
  • Paul Bunyan Day - February 12
  • Safety Pup Day - February 12
  • The Inbox Day - February 12, 2021 (Second Friday in February)
  • World Cholangiocarcinoma Day - February 12, 2020 (2021 TBA)
  • Desperation Day - February 13
  • Dream Your Sweet Day - February 13
  • Employee Legal Awareness Day - February 13
  • Galentine's Day - February 13 (Always the day before Valentine's Day)
  • Get a Different Name Day - February 13
  • Global Movie Day - February 13, 2021 (Second Saturday in February)
  • International Condom Day - February 13
  • International Natural Day - February 13
  • Kiss Day - February 13
  • Madly In Love With Me Day - February 13
  • National Break Up With Your Carrier Day - February 13
  • National Cheddar Day - February 13
  • National Crab Rangoon Day - February 13
  • National Internet Friends Day - February 13
  • National Tortellini Day - February 13
  • National Wingman's Day - February 13
  • Scout Sabbath - February 13, 2021 (Last Day of Boy Scout Week)
  • Self-Love Day - February 13
  • World Radio Day - February 13
  • Autism Sunday - also known as International Day of Prayer for Autism and Asperger's Syndrome - February 14, 2021 (Second Sunday in February)
  • Daytona 500 -򠿫ruary 14, 2021
  • Frederick Douglass Day - February 14
  • International Book Giving Day - February 14
  • League of Women Voters Day - February 14
  • Library Lovers Day - February 14
  • National Call in Single Day - February 14
  • National Condom Awareness Day - February 14
  • National Creme-Filled Chocolates Day - February 14
  • National Donor Day - February 14
  • National Ferris Wheel Day - February 14
  • National Have a Heart Day - February 14
  • National Pet Theft Awareness Day - February 14
  • National Women's Heart Day - February 14
  • NBA All Star Game - February 14, 2021
  • Pet Theft Awareness Day - February 14
  • Quirky Alone Day - February 14
  • Race Relations Day - February 14
  • Read to Your Child Day - February 14
  • Singles Awareness Day (S.A.D.) February 14 (some celebrate this on the 13th or 15th, to get away from the commercialization of Valentine's Day). Also known as Singles Appreciation Day
  • Statehood Day in Arizona - February 14 (Local Observance in Arizona) - February 14
  • World Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day - February 14
  • World Marriage Day - February 14, 2021 (Second Sunday in February)
  • World Sound Healing Day - February 14
  • Angelman Syndrome Day - February 15
  • Annoy Squidward Day (Sponge Bob Square Pants) - February 15
  • Daisy Gatson Bates Day - February 15, 2021 (State Holiday in Arkansas)
  • International Angelman Day - February 15
  • International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day - February 15
  • Love Reset Day - February 15
  • Lupercalia - February 15
  • National Gumdrop Day - February 15
  • National Hippo Day - February 15
  • National I Want Butterscotch Day - February 15
  • Nirvana Day - February 15 (Buddhist)
  • President's Day - February 15, 2021 (Third Monday in February)
  • Remember the Maine Day - February 15
  • Shrove Monday - February 15, 2021 (48 Days beforeꃪster)
  • St. Skeletor's Day - February 15
  • Susan B. Anthony Day - February 15
  • Washington's Birthday -򠿫ruary 15, 2021 (Third Monday in February). Some State and Local Governments refer to this day as President's Day. His Actual Birthday is on February 22.
  • Do a Grouch a Favor Day - February 16
  • Elizabeth Peratrovich Day - February 16 (Local Observance in Alaska)
  • Innovation Day - February 16
  • International Pancake Day - February 16, 2021 (47 Days Before Easter)
  • Kyoto Protocol Day - February 16
  • Mardi Gras Carnival (New Orleans) - February 16, 2021
  • National Almond Day - February 16
  • Paczki Day - February 16, 2021 (Always Shrove Tuesday)
  • Shrove Tuesday - February 16, 2021
  • Tim Tam Day - February 16
  • Travel Africa Day - February 16, 2021 (Third or Fourth Tuesday in February)
  • Analog to Digital TV Day - February 17
  • Ash Wednesday (First Day of Lent) - February 17, 2021
  • Champion Crab Races Day - February 17
  • My Way Day - February 17
  • National Cabbage Day - February 17
  • National Cafe Au Lait Day - February 17
  • National Indian Pudding Day - February 17
  • National PTA Founders Day - February 17
  • National Public Science Day - February 17
  • Random Acts of Kindness Day - February 17
  • Who Shall I Be Day - February 17
  • World Human Spirit Day - February 17
  • Cow Milked While Flying in an Airplane Day - February 18
  • Crab-Stuffed Flounder Day - February 18
  • Drink Wine Day - February 18
  • Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day - February 18
  • National Battery Day - February 18
  • National Hate Florida Day - February 18
  • Pluto Day - February 18
  • Thumb Appreciation Day - February 18
  • Best Friends Day (SpongeBob Squarepants) - February 19
  • Coast Guard Reserves Birthday - February 19
  • International Tug-of-War Day - February 19
  • Iwo Jima Day - February 19
  • National Caregivers Day - February 19, 2021 (Third Friday in February)
  • National Chocolate Mint Day - February 19
  • National Lashes Day - February 19
  • National Tartar Sauce Day - February 19, 2021 (First Friday during Lent)
  • Prevent Plagiarism Day - February 19
  • Vet Girls Rock Day - February 19
  • World Information Architecture Day - February 19, 2021 (Third Friday in February)
  • Clean Out Your Bookcase Day - February 20
  • Love Your Pet Day - February 20
  • National Cherry Pie Day - February 20
  • National Day of Solidarity With Muslim, Arab, and South Asian Immigrants - February 20
  • National Handcuff Day - February 20
  • National Muffin Day - February 20
  • National Student Volunteer Day - February 20
  • Northern Hemisphere Hoodie Hoo Day - February 20
  • World Day for Social Justice - February 20
  • World Pangolin Day - February 20, 2021 (Third Saturday in February)
  • World Whale Day - February 20, 2021 (Third Saturday in February)
  • Card Reading Day - February 21
  • International Mother Language Day - February 21
  • National Grain Free Day - February 21
  • National Sticky Bun Day - February 21
  • Be Humble Day - February 22
  • European Day for Victims of Crime - February 22
  • Founders Day - February 22 (World Organization of the Scout Movement)
  • National Cook a Sweet Potato Day - February 22
  • National Cupcake Day (Canada) - February 22, 2021
  • National Margarita Day - February 22
  • National Wildlife Day - February 22 (In 2018 this date was permanently changed from September 4 in honor of Steve Irving's Birthday)
  • Play More Cards Day - February 22, 2021 (Last Monday in February)
  • Recreational Sports & Fitness Day - February 22
  • Single Tasking Day - February 22
  • Tex Avery Day - February 22
  • Walking the Dog Day - February 22
  • Washington's Birthday - February 22 (but observed as a U.S. Federal Holiday on the Third Monday in February (February 15, 2021)
  • Woolworth's Day - February 22
  • World Thinking Day - February 22
  • Curling is Cool Day - February 23
  • Diesel Engine Day - February 23
  • International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day - February 23
  • National Banana Bread Day - February 23
  • National Dog Biscuit Day - February 23
  • National Rationalization Day - February 23
  • National Tile Day - February 23
  • Pinocchio Day - February 23
  • Play Tennis Day - February 23
  • Spay Day USA - February 23, 2021 (Last Tuesday in February)
  • Tootsie Roll Day - February 23
  • World Spay Day - February 23, 2021 (Last Tuesday in February)
  • World Understanding and Peace Day - February 23
  • Forget Me Not Day - February 24
  • Inconvenience Yourself Day - February 24, 2021 (Fourth Wednesday in February)
  • National Dance Day - February 24
  • National Tortilla Chip Day - February 24
  • National Trading Card Day - February 24
  • Pink Shirt Day - February 24, 2021 (Last Wednesday in February)
  • Twin Peaks Day - February 24
  • World Bartender Day - February 24
  • Digital Learning Day - February 25, 2021 (Last Thursday in February)
  • Discover Girl Day - February 25, 2021 (Thursday of National Engineers Week which is February 21-27, 2021)
  • Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day - February 25, 2021 (Thursday in National Engineer's Week which is February 21-27, 2021)
  • Let's All Eat Right Day - February 25
  • National Chili Day - February 25, 2021 (Last Thursday in February)
  • National Chocolate Covered Nuts Day - February 25
  • National Clam Chowder Day - February 25
  • National Pancake Day (IHOP) - February 25, 2020 (2021 TBA)
  • National Pistol Patent Day - February 25
  • National Toast Day - February 25, 2021
  • Quiet Day - February 25
  • Rubber Ducky Day - February 25
  • Ta' Anit Ester - February 25, 2021
  • The Great American Spit Out - February 25, 2021 (Thursday of Through With the Chew Week)
  • Carnival Day - February 26
  • Carpe Diem Day - February 26
  • For Pete's Sake Day - February 26
  • International Stand Up to Bullying Day - February 26, 2021 (Last Friday in February)
  • Levi Strauss Day - February 26
  • National Bacon Day - February 26
  • National Customized Wheel and Tire Day - February 26, 2021
  • National Personal Chef's Day - February 26
  • National Pistachio Day - February 26
  • Skip The Straw Day - February 26, 2021 (Fourth Friday in February)
  • Tell a Fairy Tale Day - February 26
  • Thermos Bottle Day - February 26
  • World Pistachio Day - February 26
  • Anosmia Awareness Day - February 27
  • International Polar Bear Day - February 27
  • International Sword Swallowers Day - February 27, 2021 (Last Saturday of February)
  • International Tongue Twister Day - February 27, 2021 (Last Saturday in February)
  • National Kahlua Day - February 27
  • National Polar Bear Day - February 27
  • National Protein Day - February 27
  • National Retro Day - February 27
  • National Strawberry Day - February 27
  • No Brainer Day - February 27
  • Open that Bottle Night - February 27, 2021 (last Saturday of February)
  • Pokemon Day - February 27
  • World NGO Day - February 27
  • World Retrospective Day - February 27
  • Car Keys and Small Change Day - February 28
  • Floral Design Day - February 28
  • Global Scouse Day - February 28
  • Golden Globe Awards (Beverly Hills) - February 28, 2021
  • International Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day - February 28
  • Linus Pauling Day - February 28 (Local Observance in Oregon)
  • National Chocolate Souffle Day - February 28
  • National Public Sleeping Day - February 28
  • National Science Day - February 28
  • National Tooth Fairy Day - February 28
  • Rare Disease Day - February 28, 2021 (Last Day of February)
  • Bachelor's Day - February 29 (Every 4 Years - 2016, 2020, 2024 etc)
  • International Underlings Day -򠿫ruary 29 (Every 4 Years - 2016, 2020, 2024 etc)
  • Leap Year Day - February 29
  • Superman's Birthday - February 29
  • Surf and Turf Day - February 29
  • Yellowstone Park Day - February 29

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