Daylight Savings Time Parody by the Holderness Family to the tune of a Green Day Song – A reminder to set your clocks ahead an hour! #daylightsavings #daylightsaving #springforward #parody #timechange
Unique, mysterious and lesser-known facts about Ireland – Ireland boasts a rich heritage, diverse weather and intriguing history. The Emerald Isle can be a mysterious place to visit – and an even more exciting place to live.
The Harp – Over the years, shamrocks and the famed Tricolour have become symbols of the Emerald Isle. But when celebrating Irish history or planning St. Patrick’s Day festivities, celebrants should not overlook the important role the harp has played in Ireland for centuries. Even the Bible mentions the harp.
National Oreo Cookie Day – We all know and most of us love that chocolate cookie sandwich with icing center … the Oreo Cookie! Today is a holiday for those yummy cookies. Plus a chance to get a free Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar! #NationalOreoCookieDay #OreoCookieDay #OreoCookies
Don’t mistake a shamrock for any old clover – Much like New York City’s Empire State Building or Egypt’s great pyramids are in their respective countries, the shamrock is an icon in Ireland that has grown to symbolize Irish heritage and culture. Many products, sports teams and businesses with ties to Ireland feature shamrocks in their logos
Ark Encounter and Creation Museum Finish First and Second in National Poll The Ark Encounter has been chosen as the best religious museum in the United States, out of 20 nominees. The results of the USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards for 2020 are final, and the Ark Encounter received the most readers’ votes from a list of the top religious museums in the nation as selected by a panel of top travel experts. Not only that, the Ark’s sister institution, the high-tech Creation Museum, finished second in the voting. Both attractions have made Northern Kentucky the leading faith-based destination in America.
Fun facts about the Kentucky Derby – Few sporting events are shrouded in history and tradition as much as the Kentucky Derby. Billed as the “the fastest two minutes in sports,” the Derby began in 1875 and is celebrated each year on the first Sunday in May. #KentuckyDerby
You’ve Been Egged- There are 12 eggs hidden in your yard! Enjoy the Hunt! But don’t be discouraged when you find the empty egg. It is a simple reminder of Jesus’ empty tomb … for He is Risen! Includes free printable version! #YouveBeenEgged #EmptyEgg #EmptyTomb #Easter
Jelly Bean Prayer – Jelly Bean Gospel a way to use the colors of jelly beans to share the gospel. Includes free printable version! National Jelly Bean Day.
#JellyBeanPrayer #JellyBeanGospel #JellyBeanDay #JellyBeans #JellyBean #Easter #prayer
Farris Wheel Day – This day is held annually on February 14 and is a day to honor the life of the inventor of the Farris Wheel, George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. This invention was to rival the Eiffel Tower. But, I am sure who first started this day. I also list over 20 famous Farris Wheels.