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Se7en’s October… Updated!!!

October 12th, 2011 · 6 Comments

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1 October: Homemade Cookies Day.


1 October 1908: Henry Ford Introduced the Model T.


1 October 1924: Jimmy’s Carter Birthday (1924-).


2 October 1950: Peanuts First Published.


2 October 1869: Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday (1869 – 1948)


3 October 1906: SOS Established.


3 October 1189: Richard I (The Lionheart) crowned King of England in Westminster Abbey.


3 October 1916: James Herriot’s Birthday (1916 – 1995)


4 October: Child Health Day


7 October: National Poetry Day.


7 October 1885: Niels Bohrs Birthday (1885 – 1962)

  • 7 October 2011: Yom Kippur.


    8 October 1871: Great Fire of Chicago.


    9 October: First Two Way Telephone Conversation.


    9 October: Leif Erikson Day.


    9 October: Moldy Cheese Day


    9 October: World Post Day


    11 October: Columbus Day


    11 October 1884: Eleanor Roosevelt (1884 – 1962)


    11 October 1880: Boer War Began.


    12 October: National Fossil Day.

  • 12 October 2011: Sukkot (The Feast of the Tabernacles).


    14 October 1066: Battle of Hastings.


    15 October: National Grouch Day.


    16 October: World Food Day.


    16 October: World Dictionary Day.


    12 October 1814: Star Spangled Banner First Sung.


    19 October 1879: Thomas Edison Demonstrated the Electric Light Bulb.


  • 21 October1: Apple Day.


    21 October 1959: Guggenheim Museum Opened.


    23 October 1940: Pele’s Birthday (1940 – ).


    23 October: Mother in Laws Day.


    24 October 2009: United Nations Day.


    25 October 1881: Pablo Picasso’s Birthday (1881 – 1973).


    26 October 1836: International Red Cross Organized in Switzerland.


    26 October: Diwali.


    27 October: International School Library Day


    27 October 1848: Theodore Roosevelt’s Birthday (1858 – 1919)


    28 October 1886: Statue of Liberty Dedicated.


    30 October 1735: John Adam’s Birthday (1735 – 1826).


    31 October 1941: Mt. Rushmore completed.


    31 October: Halloween.

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    6 responses so far ↓

    • 1 KM // Oct 12, 2011 at 3:39 am

      MY FAVORITE kinda calendar! I think you could make this into a calendar style book… including your personalized crafts, food and creativity! THANK YOU for this. I can’t wait to browse your links.

    • 2 se7en // Oct 12, 2011 at 9:01 am

      Oh KM you caught me!!! I would love to write a bright, fun , funky calendar book – packed with recipes and crafts and ideas… but where oh where do I start!!! Enjoy your little monsters all day today!!! Lots of love!!!

    • 3 Cheryl // Oct 12, 2011 at 1:04 pm

      Eldest is going through books at the rate of knots at the moment. She has a self-imposed target of reading her height in books! I’ve bookmarked your book links for her to look at. Great calendar, as ever.
      Cheryl´s last blog post ..Yarn Along – Yarnover

    • 4 Sarah // Oct 12, 2011 at 2:23 pm

      21st October is also Trafalgar Day.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trafalgar_Day.
      I love the fact that it is Apple Day as it is the birthday of one of my children whose nickname is Apple Monster.

    • 5 se7en // Oct 12, 2011 at 4:33 pm

      Oh Cheryl I just love that goal… I so need to start reading real books again – I have been reading non fiction by the bucket but I need a good story… I am thinking of reading my way through all the classic school books that my kids race through – just to surprise them by knowing the whole story before they tell me every detail!!! Have a great day!!!

    • 6 se7en // Oct 12, 2011 at 4:35 pm

      Oooh Sarah – Trafalgar day is a good one!!! I will make a note!!! And happy impending birthday to the apple monster!!1 We have an apple monster too because he just devours them!!! lots of love!!!

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