National Cherish An Antique Day 2017

Reason to celebrate: April 9, 2017 is National Cherish An Antique Day.

Cherish An Antique Day

A day is set aside in April of every year on which to cherish special items that go back to a time when high quality and craftsmanship were most valued by a critical customers. It is a day on which everybody is motivated to review an age of creative ability that, for them, holds a special and classic appeal.

Cherish An Antique Day could be celebrated by a visit to an art gallery, or merely by getting a valued heirloom from its place of safety and showing it for the day. The idea is to admire previous workmanship and to create a higher understanding of the sort of visual charm that holds up against the test of time. It is hoped that direct exposure to the previous masters will certainly motivate a commitment to high quality instead of quantity in today's production-line sort of production. Treasuring an antique can make the previous much more existing.

Sexist 'national holidays' that need to be replaced
Sexist 'national holidays' that need to be replaced

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Here are April's fun and/or educational causes
Here are April's fun and/or educational causes

Organizations of all sorts want to bring attention to their special causes. Posters, campaigns, newspapers, public forums and even television are ways to bring information to the people. Another method is to dedicate a day, week or even month to a cause.

April 9, 2017 is also Winston Churchill Day