2010 Holiday Calendar for March – Happy Toy Soldier Day?

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2010 Holiday Calendar for March – Happy Toy Soldier Day?

How many 2010 holidays can there really be? Have you ever wanted to take a day off and didn’t know what to use as an excuse? NOW YOU KNOW!!!  Each month on the first of the monthtoy soldier I’ll post the “Holidays/Excuses” for the month.  So.. Happy Toy Soldier  Day this March!


Mar 1-   Beer Day

Mar 2-   Fun Facts About Names Day

Mar 3-   What If Cats and Dogs Had Opposable Thumbs? Day

Mar 4-   Toy Soldier Day

Mar 5-   Nametag Day

Mar 6-   U.S. Snowshoe Day

Mar 7-   National Be Heard Day

Mar 8-   International Women’s Day

Mar 9-   Organize Your Home Office Day

Mar 10- International Day of Awesomeness

Mar 11- Johnny Appleseed Day

Mar 12- Girl Scouts Founded (1912)

Mar 13- National Open An Umbrella  Indoors Day

Mar 14- Daylight Savings Begins – International Fanny Pack Day

Mar 15- World Consumer Rights Day

Mar 16- Lips Appreciation Day

Mar 17- St. Patrick’s Day – Hewlett-Packard Lists on New York Stock Exchange’s “Big Board” (1961)

Mar 18- Awkward Moments Day

Mar 19- National Chocolate Caramel Day

Mar 20- First Day of Spring – Snowman Burning Day

Mar 21- Spring Fairy Fun Day

Mar 22- International Goof-off Day

Mar 23- National Puppy Day

Mar 24- National Chocolate Covered Raisins Day

Mar 25- Kick Butts Day

Mar 26- Make Up Your Own Holiday Day

Mar 27- Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day

Mar 28- Eat an Eskimo Pie Day

Mar 29- Passover Begins At Sundown – National Mom & Pop Business Owners’ Day

Mar 30- Pencil Day

Mar 31-National She’s Funny That Way Day

January 2010 Holidays

February 2010 Holidays

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