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Mar 2013

 

 

 

 

 
1

Self-Injury Awareness Day

2

Read Across America Day

Dr. Seuss's Birthday (1904)

3

"Star-Spangled Banner" Became National Anthem (1931)

4

U.S. Constitution Went into Effect (1789)

5

Stop the Clocks Day

6

World Read Aloud Day

Artist Michelangelo's Birthday (1475)

7

World Kidney Day

Civil Rights Protest Dubbed "Bloody Sunday" (1965)

8

International Women's Day

9

Barbie Debuted (1959)

10

Daylight Saving Time Begins

Harriet Tubman Day

Mar. 10-16

Teen Tech Week

11

Johnny Appleseed Day

12

Writer Jack Kerouac's Birthday (1922)

13

Uranus Discovered (1781)

14

Physicist Albert Einstein's Birthday (1879)

15

First Blood Bank Opened (1937)

16

Pres. James Madison's Birthday (1751)

Barnum & Bailey Circus Debuted (1919)

17

St. Patrick's Day

18

First Space Walk (1965)

19

Academy Awards First Televised (1953)

20

Spring Begins

Agriculture Day

21

International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination

World Poetry Day

22

World Water Day

23

World Meteorological Day

24

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (1989)

25

Passover Begins at Sundown

Meteorite Exploded in Wisconsin (1865)

26

Make Your Own Holiday Day

27

World Theatre Day

28

First Washing Machine Patented (1930)

29

Coca-Cola Invented (1886)

30

Artist Vincent Van Gogh's Birthday (1853)

31

Easter

Major League Baseball Strike Ended (1995)

 

 

 

 

 

 
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