NATIONAL PLAY MONOPOLY DAY
National Play Monopoly Day is celebrated every year on November 19.
Known as one of the most popular board games in the world, the game that was originally based on a board game designed by Elizabeth Magie in 1902, Monopoly has been played by an estimated more than 5 million people since 1935.
Monopoly was published by Parker Brothers, an American toy and game manufacturer since 1883.
Gather your family and friends together and play Monopoly today, as you celebrate National Play Monopoly Day.
NATIONAL PLAY MONOPOLY DAY HISTORY
Our research was unable to find the creator and the origin of National Play Monopoly Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.
NATIONAL CARBONATED BEVERAGE WITH CAFFEINE DAY
National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day is a unique food holiday is celebrated annually on November 19.
Some people cannot have caffeine due to medical reasons, some choose to avoid caffeine for their own reasons and then there are the millions of people who like their caffeine very much. The same is true with the carbonation in beverages. Today’s celebration combines the two of them together.
- In 1767, Englishman Joseph Priestly suspended a bowl of distilled water above a beer vat at a local brewery in Leeds, England which led to the discovery of a method of infusing water with carbon dioxide to make carbonated water. Priestly’s invention of carbonated water is the major and the defining component of most soft drinks.
- Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant, temporarily warding off drowsiness and restoring alertness. Ninety percent of adults in North America consume caffeine daily. Some people notice sleep disruption after drinking beverages containing caffeine while others see no disturbance at all.
Today, celebrate National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day with YOUR favorite carbonated and caffeinated beverage.
NATIONAL CARBONATED BEVERAGE WITH CAFFEINE DAY HISTORY
Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.
NATIONAL EDUCATION SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS DAY
Annually observed on the Wednesday during American Educational Week, NATIONAL EDUCATION SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS DAY honors the contributions of school support employees.
National Education Support Professionals Day was first celebrated in 1987 when the National Educational Association’s Representative Assembly called for a day to be set aside to salute the school’s support employees. These support professionals provide invaluable services and are essential partners in the children’s education process
2014 marks National Education Association’s 93rd annual American Education Week.
National Education Support Professionals Day honors all secretaries, classroom aides, cafeteria workers, maintenance workers, bus drivers and the others that help and do their part in making public schools great for every child so that they can be safe, learn, grow and achieve.