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Good-bye Winter…So Long Snow. It’s Time to watch the flowers grow. Lots of fun things today: For a quick way to get to what your wanting to do, click on the word below to take you to your interest – That is if you don’t want to read the whole post – And…

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Good-bye Winter…So Long Snow. It’s Time to watch the flowers grow. Lots of fun things today: For a quick way to get to what your wanting to do, click on the word below to take you to your interest – That is if you don’t want to read the whole post – And…

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April Fool’s Day Fun – Trivia, Gag and games Did you know…. Did you know that while some historians speculate that April Fool’s Day dates back to 1582, the annual tradition was popularized by English pranksters in 1700 by playing practical jokes on each…

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St. Patty’s Day Fun – Day 7 with treats, trivia and games Did you know…. March 17th is when Patrick died. Saint Patrick is a saint of the Catholic Church, and his holy day is the day of his death, and subsequent entrance to heaven, rather than the day of…

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St. Patty’s Day Fun – Day 7 with treats, trivia and games Did you know…. St. Patrick was a slave At the age of 16, Patrick had the misfortune of being kidnapped by Irish raiders who took him away and sold him as a slave. He spent several years in Ireland…

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St. Patty’s Day Fun – Day 6 with treats, trivia and games Did you know…. THERE ARE NO FEMALE LEPRECHAUNS Don’t be fooled by any holiday decorations showing lady leprechauns. In traditional Irish folk tales, there are no female leprechauns, only nattily…

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St. Patty’s Day Fun – Day 5 with treats, trivia and games Did you know…. St. Patrick’s was a dry holiday in Ireland until 1970. Aside from the color green, the activity most associated with St. Patrick’s Day is drinking. However, Irish law, from 1903 to…

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St. Patty’s Day Fun – Day 4 with treats, trivia and games Did you know…. St. Patrick wasn’t Irish, and he wasn’t born in Ireland. Patrick’s parents were Roman citizens living in modern-day England, or more precisely in Scotland or Wales (scholars cannot…

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St. Patty’s Day Fun – Day 3 with treats, trivia and games Did you know…. The original color associated with St. Patrick is blue, not green as commonly believed. In several artworks depicting the saint, he is shown wearing blue vestments. King Henry VIII…
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