Wayfinding and city signage
Community service programs
It appears that the heyday of the community service programs has arrived; not just because they can be incredibly successful and bond a community together, but also because they may be our only available resource when faced with financial constraints.Public sector employees are especially aware of the need for community support, both in deed and dollars. To turn that need into change requires mobilizing a group of individuals, businesses or grantors to assist in meeting a common goal using both a creative and analytical approach.
Try following a few of these ideas to successfully launch and implement a community service program:

Define the need and the population you will serve.
It often only takes a visit to case managers, receptionists or community outreach departments to determine what groups of people have needs that aren’t being met by current programs. These are your “front-line” folks and it’s likely that they are bombarded daily by requests for assistance they can’t fulfill. They will appreciate your sincere interest in the frustrations they are facing, and your willingness to hear their ideas about how to close the shortfalls in the system.

With identified groups and their un-met needs in mind, the research to formalize a plan and build consensus can begin. Many communities or community foundations sponsor “life studies,” or “quality of life surveys” that pinpoint current and emerging needs in your area. These reports are a great resource because the information contained within is likely to already be on the radar of your community’s leaders and ambassadors—they’ll be a receptive audience when you are ready to implement your programs.

Now that you’ve defined the un-met need and the persons who are affected, you’re ready to step into action.

Implementing and promoting a community service program.
A creative and powerful case statement is instrumental in galvanizing your supporters, both internally and in the community. The same can be said for slogans and logos. Seek the support of those who share your passion for your program. Ask for their input and honest analysis of your efforts. When you’ve nailed it, it’s time to share it with the world. A great way to do this is to create program awareness banners and place them in strategic locations.

If your program could benefit from the partnership of a group of community leaders or business people, consider creating an advisory board or committee. This group’s role is to advise your organization and offer support in many of the same ways a board of directors would, however, an advisory committee does not have any legal responsibilities.

Jan Masaoka, Editor of Blue Avocado, suggests the following guidelines when establishing an advisory board:

  • Provide advisory board members with a written description of your expectations and their role within your community service program.
  • Consider appointing an “Advisory Committee Chair” who can fulfill the role of spokesperson for your organization within the community.
  • Be prepared to allocate the time required. Your committee will look to you to steer them in the right direction and you don’t want them to feel ignored.

Let your advisory committee members carry the program’s message with them everywhere they go with professional imprinted padfolios.

Keep the momentum going!
Introduce your program to the media, including newspapers, television stations, radio stations, websites and social media sites. You can accomplish this by sending or posting press releases. If you have an advisory committee or volunteers, provide them with copies and ask them for help spreading the word on their personal social networking sites.

Host or attend events whose audience is a strong match for your message. Be prepared to market your program by handing out novelty items, such as push-action key lights or banner pens.

Recruit volunteers to help you manage basic tasks, such as keeping brochures stocked or fulfillment of mailings. Find special ways to say thank you, like an 8 x 10 walnut plaque with your program’s case statement and logo.

While building a successful community service program may be intensely time-consuming, the results of your hard work can be long-lasting, often affecting multiple generations in positive ways. Consider parenting programs, smoking cessation campaigns or recycling awareness projects as examples of the impact that has been made by community service programs.

In today’s world, whether your work is in the public or private sector, one thing is certain: The combination of being tasked to do more with less time and money will require you to think outside of the box. A community service program can provide a collaborative and inclusive solution to some of the deficits you are facing.
Board Café, August 23, 2010, by Jan Masaoka.

Best of the Board Café, Second Edition by Jan Masaoka.

February
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AMD/Low Visions Awareness Month
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Dog Training Education Month
Exotic Vegetables and Star Fruit Month
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International Snow Sculpting Week: 1-5
Solo Diners Eat Out Weekend: 1-7
Women’s Heart Week: 1-7
Boy Scout Anniversary Week: 5-11
Children’s Authors & Illustrators Week: 5-11
Dump Your Significant Jerk Week: 5-11
Freelance Writers Appreciation Week: 5-11
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National Future Farmers of America Week: 20-25
Read Me Week: 20-24
Texas Cowboy Poetry Week: 24-26
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week: 26-3/3
National Secondhand Wardrobe Week: 26-3/3
Telecommuter Appreciation Week: 27-3/5
Peace Corps Week: 27-3/4
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1: Car Insurance Day
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1: Hula in the Coola Day
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1: Robinson Crusoe Day
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2: World Wetlands Day
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5: Western Monarch Day
2: World Nutella Day
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5: Super Bowl XLV
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7: Black HIV/Aids Awareness Day
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8: Tu B’ Shvat
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12: Darwin Day
12: Grammy Awards Day
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12: Paul Bunyan Day
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12: World Marriage Day
13: Employee Legal Awareness Day
13: Get a Different Name Day
13: Madly In Love with Me Day
13: Clean out Your Computer Day
13-14: Westminster Dog Show
14: Extraterrestrial Culture Day
14: Ferris Wheel Day
14: Frederick Douglass Day
14: Pet Theft Awareness Day
14: Library Lovers Day
14: National Have a Heart Day
14: National Condom Day
14: World Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day
14: League of Women Voters Day
14: National Women’s Hearth Day
14: National Call in Single Day
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14: Race Relations Day
14: Quirky Alone Day
14: Valentine’s Day
14: World Marriage Day
15: Lupercalia
15: Remember the Maine Day
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16: Innovation Day
16: Kyoto Protocol Day
17: My Way Day
17: National PTA Founders Day
17: World Human Spirit Day
18: Battery Day
18: Pluto Day
19: Chocolate Mint Day
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20: Presidents Day
20: World Day for Social Justice
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21: International Pancake Day
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22: Ash Wednesday
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22: Woolworth’s Day
22: World Thinking Day
22: George Washington’s Birthday
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23: Curling is Cool Day
23: Diesel Engine Day
23: Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
23: National Chili day
25: American Birkenbiener Race
25: International Sword Swallowers
25: Open that Bottle Night
26: Daytona 500
26: National Personal Chef’s Day
26: Academy Awards Night
26: For Pete’s Sake Day
26: Levi Strauss Day
27: Orthodox Green Monday
27: Orthodox Lent Begins
28: Floral Design Day
28: National Tooth Fairy Day
28: Rare Disease Day
28: Spay Day USA
29: Bachelor’s Day
29: Inspirational Underlings Day
29: Leap Year Day
March
Monthly
Adopt a Rescued Guinea Pig Month
American Red Cross Month
Bell Peppers and Broccoli Month
Berries and Cherries Month
Child Life Month
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
Credit Education Month
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Month
Deaf History Month
Employee Spirit Month
Exotic Winter Fruit & Leeks and Green Onion Month
Expanding Girls’ Horizons in Science & Engineering Month
Honor Society Awareness Month
Humorists Are Artists Month
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Irish-American Heritage Month
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Workplace Eye Health and Safety Month
Youth Art Month
National Week of the Ocean Festival Sea-son: 3/3-5/27
Weekly
National Cheerleading Week: 1-7
National Ghostwriters Week: 1-7
National Write A Letter of Appreciation Week: 1-7
Universal Human Beings Week: 1-7
Festival of Owls Week: 2-4
Iditarod Race: 3-18
Celebrate Your Name Week: 4-10
National Consumer Protection Week: 4-10
National Procrastination Week: 4-10
National Schools Social Work Week: 4-10
National Words Matter Week: 4-10
Professional Pet Sitters Week: 4-10
Save Your Vision Week: 4-10
Read an E-Book Week: 4-10
Return The Borrowed Books Week: 4-10
Teen Tech Week: 4-10
Women in Construction Week: 4-10
American Council on Education: 5-8
Newspaper in Education Week: 5-9
National Sleep Awareness Week: 5-11
National School Breakfast Week: 5-9
Share a story – Shape a Future Week: 5-9
Universal Women’s Week: 8-14
World Rattlesnake Round-up: 8-11
Girl Scout Week: 11-17
Turkey Vultures Return to the Living Sing: 11-17
National Agriculture Week: 11-17
International Brain Awareness Week: 12-18
Wildlife Week: 12-18
Campfire USA Birthday Week: 13-19
American Crossword Puzzle Weekend: 16-18
Sherlock Holmes Weekend: 16-18
National Animal Poison Prevention Week: 18-24
National Inhalant and Poisons Awareness Week: 18-24
Act Happy Week: 19-25
American Chocolate Week: 19-24
Wellderly Week: 19-25
Week of Solidarity with People’s Struggling Against Racism & Discrimination: 21-27
YoYo and Skill Toys Week: 21-25
Consider Christianity Week: 25-31
Passiontide: 3/25-4/7
National Conference on Family Literacy: 25-27
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Week: 25-31
Root Canal Awareness Week: 25-31
National Protocol Officer’s Week: 25-31
National Cleaning Week: 26-31
Daily
1: Asiatic Fleet Memorial Day
1: National Horse Protection Day
1: Peace Corps Birthday
1: Pig Day
1: Plan a Solo Vacation Day
1: Refired, Not retired Day
1: Witch Hysteria Day
1: World Book Day
1: World Compliment Day
2: Dress in Blue Day
2: Dr. Seuss Day
2: Employee Appreciation Day
2: NEA’s Read Across America Day
2: Shabbat Across American / Canada
3: International Sister Cities Day
3: I Want You to Be Happy Day
3: National Anthem Day
3: What If Cats and Dogs Had Opposable Thumbs? Day
4: Benjamin Harrison Day
4: Courageous Follower Day
4: Daughters’ and Sons’ Day
4: Iditarod
4: International Scrapbooking Industry Day
4: March Forth-Do Something Day
4: National Grammar Day
4: Old Inauguration Day
4: Shabbat across American / Canada
4: Toy Soldier Day
5: Casimir Pulaski Day
5: Fun Facts About Names Day
5: Saint Piran’s Day
6: Namesake Day
6: Peace Corp Birthday
6: Unique Names Day
6: US Snowshoe Day
7: Learn What Your Name Means Day
7: National Be Heard Day
7: Cereal Day
7: Ta’Ant Esther
8: Day for Women’s Rights & International Peace
8: Girls Right Now Day
8: International Women’s Day
8: International Working Women’s Day
8: Nametag Day
8: National Proof Reading Day
8: Organize Your Home Office Day
8: Purim
8: World Kidney Day
9: Barbie Day
9: Get Over It Day
9: Joe Franklin Day
9: Middle Name Pride Day
9: Panic Day
10: Genealogy Day
10: International Day of Awesomeness
10: International Fanny Pack Day
10: Land Line Telephone Day
10: Mario Day
10: Salvation Army Day
10: US Paper Money Day
10: Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
11: Check your Batteries Day
11: Daylight Savings Time Begins
11: Dream 2012 Day
11: Jonny Appleseed Day
11: World Plumbing Day
11: Girl Scout Sunday
12: Girls Scout Birthday Day
12: Napping Day
13: Donald Duck Day
13: Earmuffs Day
13: Good Samaritan Involvement Day
13: National Agriculture Day
13: K-9 Veterans Day
13: Ken Day
13: L. Ron Hubbard Day
13: National Open An Umbrella Indoors Day
14: International Ask A Question Day
14: MOTH-ER Day
14: Potato Chip Day
14: Pi Day (as in math)
14: Registered Dietitian Day
15: Absolutely Incredible Kid Day
15:Brutus Day
15: Buzzards Day
15: Companies that Care Day
15: Ides of March
15: True Confessions Day
15: World Consumer Rights Day
16: Curlew Day
16: Freedom of Information Day
16: Goddard Day
16: Lips Appreciation Day
16: St. Urho’s Day
16: Well-Elderly or Wellderly Day
17: Campfire Girls Day
17: Corn Dog Day
17: International Sports Car Racing Day
17: National Quilting Day
17: St. Patrick’s Day
18: Awkward Moments Day
18: Forgive Mom and Dad Day
18: National Biodiesel Day
19: National Chocolate Carmel Day
19: Operation Iraqi Freedom Day
19: Swallows Return to San Juan Capistrano Day
20: Alien Abduction Day
20: Atheist Pride Day
20: Bed-in for Peace Day
20: Great American Meat Out Day
20: Kiss Your Fiancé Day
20: National Jump Out! Day
20: National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
20: Ostara
20: Proposal Day
20: National Agriculture Day
20: Now Ruz
20: Snowman Burning Day
20: Won’t You Be My Neighbor Day
20: Corn Dog Day
21: Kick Butts Day
21: International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
21: Memorial Day
21: National Common Courtesy Day
21: Naw-Ruz
21: Spring Fairy Fun Day
21: World Down Syndrome Day
22: As Young As You Feel Day
22; International Day of the Seal
22: International Goof-off Day
22: World Day for Water
23-24: National Day of Unplugging
23: National Puppy Day
23: Near Miss Day
23: O.K. Day
23: World Meteorological Day
24: National Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
24: World Tuberculosis Day
25: International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic
25: National Day of Celebration of Greek & American Democracy
25: Old New Years Day
25: Pecan Day
25: Slave Trade
25: Tolkien Reading Day
25: Vaffeldagen (Waffle Day)
26: Legal Assistants Day
26: Make Up Your Own Holiday
27: American Diabetes Association Alert Day
27: Celebrate Exchange Day
27: Education and Sharing Day
27: Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day
28: Barnum and Bailey Day
28: Weed Appreciation Day
29: Knights of Columbus Founders Day
29: National Mom & Pop Business Owner’s Day
29: Niagra Falls Runs Dry Day
29: Texas Loves the Children Day
29-4/1: Mule Day
30: Doctors Day
30: Grass is Always Browner on the Other Side of the Fence Day
30: Pencil Day
31: Bunsen Burner Day
31: Earth Hour
31: National “She’s Funny the Way” Day
31: National Love Our Children Day
31: Terri’s Day
March
Monthly
Atlanta Food and Wine Month
ASPCA Month
Alcohol Awareness Month
Amateur Radio Month
Autism Awareness Month
Brussels Sprouts and Cabbage Month
Cancer Control Month
Car Care Month
Celebrate Diversity Month
Child Abuse Prevention Month
Cesarean Awareness Month
Confederate History Month
Couple Appreciation Month
Cranberries and Gooseberries Month
Defeat Diabetes Month
Emotional Overeating Awareness Month
Fair Housing Month
Financial Literacy Month
Fresh Florida Tomatoes Month
Frog Month
Global Child Nutrition Month
Grange Month
Grilled Cheese Month
Holy Humor Month
Home Improvement Time (April – Sept)
Honor Society Awareness Month 
Informed Women Month
International Customer Loyalty Month
International Guitar Month
International Twit Award Month
Jazz Appreciation Month
Keep America Beautiful Month
Learn Thai Month
Month of the Young Child
Month of the Military Child
National African American Women’s Fitness Month
National Autism Awareness Month
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
National Card and Letter Writing Month
National Decorating Month
National DNA & Genomics & Stem Cell Education & Awareness Month
National Donate Life Month
National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month
National Garden Month
National Humor Month
National Kite Month
National Knuckles Down Month
National Landscape Architecture Month
National Multiple Birth Awareness Month
National Occupational Therapy Month
National Parkinson’s Awareness Month
National Pecan Month
National Pet Month
National Poetry Month
National Sarcoidosis Awareness Month
National Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Month
National Sexual Assault Awareness Month
National Youth Sports Safety Month
Pharmacists war on Diabetes Month
Pet First Aid Awareness Month
Physical Wellness Month
Prevent Lyme in Dogs Month
Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month
Rosacea Awareness Month
School Library Media Month
Soy Foods Month
Straw Hat Month
Stress Awareness Month
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
Tomatillo and Asian Pear Month
Women’s Eye Health & Safety Month
Workplace Conflict Awareness Month
World Habitat Awareness Month
Weekly
The APAWAs  Pooper-Scooper Week: 1-7
Golden Rule Week: 1-7
Holy Week: 1-7
Laugh at Work Week: 1-7
National Blue Ribbon Week: 1-7
National Public Health Week: 1-7
National Week of the Ocean: 1-7
National Window Safety Week: 1-7
Medication Safety Week: 1-7
Testicular Cancer Awareness Week: 2-7
Explore Your Career Options: 2-7
Masters Tournament: 2-8
Hate Week: 4-10
Passover: 7-14
Bat Appreciation Week: 8-14
National Library Week: 8-14
National Networking Week: 8-14
Orthodox Holy Week: 8-14
Pan American Week: 8-14
Consider Christianity Week: 8-14
International Whistlers Week: 7-10
Health Information Privacy And Security Week: 10-16
National Animal Control Appreciation Week: 10-16
Just Pray No! Worldwide Weekend of Prayer and Fasting: 14-15
National Park Week: 14-22
Coin Week: 15-21
Fibroid Awareness Week: 15-21
National Environmental Week: 15-21
National Karaoke Week: 15-21
National Volunteer Week: 15-21
National Pet ID Week: 15-21
National Paperboard Packaging Week: 16-20
Pesach: 17-24
Cleaning for a Reason Week: 18-23
Consumer Awareness Week: 18-23
International Whistlers Week: 18-22
Police Officers Who Gave Their Lives In The Line of Duty Week: 18-23
Kentucky Derby Week: 19-5/4
National Dance Week: 20-29
National & Global Youth Service Days: 20-22
Money Smart Week: 21-28
Administrative Professionals Week: 22-28
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week: 22-28
National Playground Safety Week: 22-28
Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week: 22-28
Preservation Week: 22-29
Sky Awareness Week: 22-28
Week of The Young Child: 22-28
(Spring) Astronomy Week: 23-29
Safe Kids Week: 23-28
National Scoop the Poop Week: 24-30
Fiddler’s Frolic: 26-29
Gathering of the Nations PowWow: 26-28
National Dream Hotline: 27-29
National Pie Championships: 27-29
Daily
1: April Fools or All Fools Day*
1: Atheist Day
1: Boomer Bonus Days*
1: International Tatting Day
1: International Tongue Twister Day
1: Library Snap Shot Day
1: National Fun Day*
1: Palm Sunday
1: Poetry & The Creative Mind Day*
1: Reading is Funny Day
1: Sorry Charlie Day*
1: St. Stupid Day
1: US Air Force Academy Day
2: International Children’s Book Day*
2: National Love Our Children Day
2: Reconciliation Day*
2: Tater Day
2: World Autism Day*
2: Tangible Karma Day
3: Pony Express Day*
3: Tweed Day*
3: World Party Day
4: International Day for Mine Awareness & Assistance in Mine Action*
4: National Day of Hope
4: Paraprofessional Appreciation Day
4: Victims of Violence Holy Day*
4: Vitamin C Day*
4: World Rat Day
5: National D.A.R.E. Day
5: National Deep Dish Pizza Day
5: National Fun at Work Day
5: One Day Without Shoes Day
6: Army Day
6: Church of Latter Day Saints Day*
6: Hospital Admitting Clerks Day
6: Good Friday
6: New Beers Eve*
6: Drowsy Driver Awareness Day*
6: Passover
6: Tartan Day*
6: Teflon Day*
7: International Beaver Day
7: International Pillow Fight Day
7: International Snailpapers Day
7: Metric System Day*
7: National Beer Day
7: No Housework Day*
7: Tangible Karma Day
7: World Health Organization Day*
8: Buddha Day*
8: Easter
9: National Cherish an Antique Day*
9: National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day*
9: Appomattox Day
9: Easter Monday
9: White House Easter Egg Roll
9: Jenkins Ear Day
9: Winston Churchill Day
10: ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Day) 
10: Baby Massage Day
10: Equal Pay Day
10: National Be Kind To Lawyers Day
10: National Farm Animals Day
10: National Library Day
10: National Library Workers Day
10: National Sibling Day*
10: Salvation Army Founder’s Day*
10: Safety Pin Day*
11: Barbershop Quartet Day*
11: International “Louie Louie: Day
11: National Pet Day*
11: World Parkinson’s Disease Day*
12: D.E.A.R. Day (Drop Everything and Read)*
12: International Day of Human Space Flight
12: Licorice Day*
12: Tax Freedom Day
12: Support Teen Literature Day
12: Walk on Your Wild Side Day*
12: Day of Silence
13: Thomas Jefferson Day*
14: Children with Alopecia Day*
14: Dictionary Day
14: International Moment of Laughter Day
14: National D.A.R.E. Day
14: Pan American Day*
14: Poem in Your Pocket Day
15: DNA Day
15: Income Tax Pay Day*
15: McDonald’s Day
15: Take a Wild Guess Day*
15: That Sucks Day
17: Bat Appreciation Day
17: Blah! Blah! Blah! Day*
17: Ellis Island Family History Day*
17: National Haiku Poetry Day
17: National Stress Awareness Day*
17: Ford Mustand Day*
17: Nothing Like A Dame Day*
18: Adult Autism Day*
18: Pet Owners Independence Day*
18: International Amateur Radio Day*
18: National Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day*
19: National Hanging Out Day*
19: Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day*
19: Get To Know Your Customers Day
19: High Five Day
19: Yom HaShoah
20: Husband Appreciation Day
20: Record Store Day
21: Auctioneers Day
21: Bulldogs are Beautiful Day
21: Kindergarten Day*
21: National Chocolate-covered Cashews Day*
21: National Teach Your Children To Save Day
22: Chemists Celebrate The Earth Day*
22: Earth Day*
22: Girl Scout Leader Day
22: In God We Trust Day’ Day*
22: Mother Earth Day
22: National Jelly Bean Day*
23: Movie Theatre Day*
23: International Marconi Day
23: Talk Like Shakespeare Day*
23: World Book & Copyright Day*
25: Administrative Professionals Day or Secretary’s Day
25: DNA Day
25: Dyngus Day
25: Hairstylists Appreciation Day
25: 20-Something Service Day
25: Malaria Awareness Day
25: Hug a Plumber Day or Plumbers Day
25: Red Hat Society Day*
25: Yom HaZikaron
26: Hug an Australian Day*
26: Audubon Day
26: National Kids and Pets Day
26: Poem In Your Pocket Day
26: Richter Scale Day
26: Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day
26-28: Bob Wills Day
26: Yom HaArzmaut
27: Arbor Day
27: Babe Ruth Day
27: National Hairball Awareness Day
27: Mantanzas Mule Day
27: Morse Code Day
28: Biological Clock Day
28: Eeyore’s Birthday Day
28: National Go Birding Day
28: National Rebuilding Day
28: Penguin Day
28: Save the Frogs Day
28: Sense of Smell Day
28: Spring Astronomy Day
28: World  Tai Chi and Qigong Day
28: Workers Memorial Day
28: World Veterinary Day
29: National Pet Parent’s Day
29-: Mother, Father Deaf Day
29: National Dance Day
29: “Peace” Rose Day
29: Pinhole Photography Day
29: Zipper Day
30: Beltane
30: Bugs Bunny Day
30: Dia De Los Libros Day
30: National Honesty Day
30: National Take Back (Prescription Drugs) Day
30: Spank Out Day
30: Walpurgis Night*
30: World Healing Day
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