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January’s Full Wolf Moon

Jan 2, 2021 — The first Full Moon of the new year is called the Wolf Moon, named for the winter howling of wolves. For a thousand years astronomers across the Northern Hemisphere have used this name to mark the passage of time. Take a peek out your window January 28 starting at 2:16pm to catch a glimpse! The... Read More

“Wow, you look great today!” Welcome to January 24, Compliment Day!

Jan 2, 2021 — We can all agree that it feels great to receive a compliment. Compliments are one of the easiest ways of spreading happiness around you while also increasing your own. The more you compliment, the better you feel having brightened someone’s day. Here are five different ways you can compliment someone to think about. Complimenting Positivity... Read More

Birdwatching Day – January 5

Jan 2, 2021 — Dust off your binoculars on January 5 for National Bird Day! There are plenty of benefits to taking part in birdwatching: physical activity, learning something new, spending time outdoors… the list goes on! Being outside is great for your mental health, as it generally improves your mood and provides you with a space to move... Read More

Cut the Clutter in the New Year!

Jan 2, 2021 — Is clutter bogging you down? Maybe it is stealing valuable closet space? Or collecting dust on too many knick-knacks? Cut the clutter with these easy steps: First, identify different types of clutter: Something you have had for more than six months and have used one time or less. Too many items crammed into a small... Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Jan 2, 2021 — Please join us in celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 18, 2021! This federal holiday celebrates the legacy and achievements of Dr. King, which include his role in nonviolent activism and protesting racial discrimination throughout the United States.

Houseplant Appreciation Day is January 10

Jan 2, 2021 — January 10 is Houseplant Appreciation Day, and there is no better time to celebrate the healthy glow of living plants than when it is icy and cold outside. Here is an introduction to different types of house plants that are easy to keep! If you’re living in a home without much direct sunlight, give low-light... Read More

A Very Special Thank You!

Dec 3, 2020 — We would like to give a big thank you to Andrew Tungate, Bri Meeks, Theresa Rakes, and Heavenly Haven for donating pumpkins.

Holiday Safety Guidelines

Dec 3, 2020 — As many people in the United States begin to plan winter holiday celebrations, the CDC offers the following considerations to help protect individuals and their families, friends, and communities from COVID-19. These considerations are meant to supplement—not replace—any state, local, territorial, or tribal health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which holiday gatherings must... Read More

Celebrate Ugly Sweater Day!

Dec 3, 2020 — On Friday, December 20, people all over the nation will trade their casual garments for something more shamelessly tacky on National Ugly Sweater Day. If you can believe it, there is a day celebrating the awkward and hideous sweaters that you’ve stashed in the back of your closet. These days, stores offer intentionally ugly clothes... Read More

Wreaths Across America

Dec 3, 2020 — National Wreaths Across America (WAA) Day is a December event dedicated to remembering the brave sacrifices veterans have made in wars since the American Revolution. On this day, participants place special wreaths at veterans’ cemeteries nationwide to raise awareness of the sacrifice veterans make for the United States and encourage more people to remember. It... Read More