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November Holidays other than Thanksgiving

November 4, 2015

by Rachel Peachey

It’s a new month!  November is famous for Thanksgiving and the approaching holiday season.  Some people skip Thanksgiving altogether and seem to be ready for Christmas already.  Here are some other exciting and fun days in November to enjoy.  Happy November!

Men Make Dinner Day November 5 This is a good one! National Men Make Dinner Day comes complete with rules requiring that dinner involve more than 4 ingredients and that no questions may be asked of family members.  Check out the link for more details. Good luck men!

Tongue Twister Day November 8 Get practicing because international tongue twister day is coming up.  Give your brain and tongue a workout (you might even impress your friends!) and learn a new tongue twister today!

Origami Day November 11 Origami is a Japanese paper-folding art.  Celebrate origami day by learning to make a new origami form.

World Kindness Day November 13 This holiday was initiated by a group of NGOs in 1988.  The group is called the World Kindness Movement.  This day is used to bring attention to acts of kindness and highlight good deeds performed through kindness.  On this day, individuals are encouraged to overlook the boundaries that separate us such as race and religion.  

Buy Nothing Day November 27 Some call it Black Friday, others call it Buy Nothing Day!  This holiday began in 1992 by artist Ted Dave in an effort to curb the consumerism in our society.  It’s quite a challenge in this day and age to go a whole day without purchasing anything.  Participators can choose to enjoy nature, time with family or other productive activities instead of buying.  It’s a chance to reevaluate priorities and consider what’s important in life in a society obsessed with having things. 

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