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Ash Wednesday March 1st, 2017
Christians mark the start of Lent with an observance called Ash Wednesday. This fast day occurs before Easter, after Shrove Tuesday (an exquisite Mardi Gras festival commonly called Fat Tuesday).
Read Across America Day March 2nd, 2017
Enjoy a good book during Read Across America Day, which is a national holiday that encourages reading. This day is primarily celebrated in schools among children and young adults. Read Across America Day is scheduled to fall on the school day closest to Dr. Seuss' birthday, celebrating one of the greatest child author's while glorifying reading.
Texas Independence Day March 2nd, 2017
Texans observe March 2nd as Texas Independence Day. On March 2nd, 1836, Texas declared itself independent from Mexico. Additionally, Texans use this day to also celebrate Texas Flag Day, and Sam Houston Day, the namesake of the city of Houston.
Purim March 11th, 2017
Purim is a day memorializing the saving of the Jewish people by Mordecai and Queen Esther, from a potential massacre by a royal vizier. It occurs on the 14th of Adar in the Hebrew calendar, which is February or March in the common Gregorian calendar. Modern day Jews celebrate by sending food baskets, going to synagogue, and participating in charity.
St. Patrick's Day March 17th, 2017
St. Patrick's Day is a festive holiday in Ireland that is also celebrated by many Americans, with and without Irish heritage. This March 17th holiday honors its namesake saint, and is most often associated with the color green and clovers. Many people use St. Patrick's Day as an opportunity to recognize their Irish heritage.
Passover (First Day) April 10th, 2017
Passover is a time to cherish the company of your family, friends, and colleagues. Hospitality is a part of the holiday, as Jewish people make sure to invite the elderly, anyone without family, and the less fortunate. Passover lasts for eight days and its highlight is a Jewish meal called a Seder.
Maundy Thursday April 13th, 2017
Maundy Thursday is a Christian feast day revering the last supper of Jesus Christ. This holiday is also called Holy Thursday because it falls just before Good Friday. Maundy Thursday is a ritual celebration of the Eucharist, or Holy Communion.