National Senior Citizens Day


Senior Citizens Day raises awareness and recognizes the contributions senior citizens make to society. A senior citizen is a person of at least 60 years of age and part of the fastest-growing demographic worldwide. President Ronald Reagan was the initiator of the Senior Citizens Day in the USA, on August 19, 1988. There are also different dates and a variety of appreciation days for elderly people worldwide. But they all have one aim: to appreciate the elderly part of our communities  (from

National Radio Day


National Radio Day is dedicated to a great invention and communications medium. A radio is a device for receiving radio broadcasts. These are transmitted by means of terrestrial transmission via electromagnetic waves or high-frequency electrical signals via the broadband cable. The received information is converted into sound. These days the only time most people pay attention to their radio is in their cars, but there was a time when it was the major means of communication in this country. (from me and

National Aviation Day


National Aviation Day is a national observation that celebrates the development of aviation. The holiday was established in 1939 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who issued a presidential proclamation that designated the anniversary of Orville Wright’s birthday to be National Aviation Day.

The proclamation was codified, and it allows the sitting US President to proclaim August 19 as National Aviation Day each year, if desired. That proclamation may direct all federal buildings and installations to fly the US flag on that day and encourage citizens to observe the day with activities that promote interest in aviation. (from  Wikipedia and

Lobster ….


Lobster is harvested year round in Maine and New Hampshire, but the majority are caught between late June and late December when the lobsters are most active. But Florida and California have different rules. The season in Florida runs from August 6th through next March 31st.  Dates in California run from September 30th through next March 21st.