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Niagara Falls Runs out of Water - March 22, 1903 Niagara falls ran out of water due to a drought. The falls see millions of tourist each year, mainly in the summertime during the day. People have tight roped across the falls as well as traveled from the top to the bottom in a barrel. Celebrate today by hydrating with plenty of water and completing this Niagara Falls Trivia activity.
National Puppy Day - Who doesn't love an adorable puppy? Puppies can be adopted for companionship for adults or to practice responsibility for children. Celebrate today by interacting with a puppy and completing this name the breed activity.
Tunnel Linking Manhattan and Brooklyn Began - March 24, 1900 the Mayor broke ground on the tunnel that would link the many Manhattan attractions (Central Park, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, etc.) to the many Brooklyn attractions (Brooklyn Bridge, New York Aquarium, Coney Island, etc.). Celebrate today with a hot dog and this activity that puts a twist on the New York Subway map by exchanging subway stops for coffee shops that can be found at each stop.
Maryland Day - This holiday is observed on the anniversary of the landing of the first European settlers to the Province of Maryland, March 25, 1634. Maryland's State Board of Education appointed this day in 1903 to honor Maryland history and to increase the teaching of state and local histories. Celebrate today with crab cakes and this Maryland Trivia activity.
National Spinach Day - This leafy, green vegetable is high in iron and goes well in a salad, as a dip, or on top of a pizza. Spinach was also just the thing Popeye needed to save the day. Celebrate today with your favorite spinach dish and this name the Popeye character activity.
National Quirky Country Music Song Day - Country music originated in the early 1900s as a way to pass the time and has grown into the phenomenal genre we all know today. Seems like every song has a story behind it. Celebrate today by tuning into your favorite country music and completing this Johnny Cash name the song title activity.
Vehicle Licensing and Federal Registration Bill - On this day, in 1908, motorist lobbied the U.S. Congress in support of a bill that called for vehicle licensing and federal registration. Celebrate today with this name the state of the license plate activity.
First Batch of Coca-Cola - March 29, 1886, the first batch of the popular fountain drink was produced by a pharmacist by the name of John Pemberton. Did you know that the average Coca-Cola fan consumed three bottles of coke a day in 1925? Celebrate today with your favorite Coca-Cola and this crossword puzzle.
National Take a Walk in the Park Day - The park can be a place to meet up with friends for a game of frisbee or power walk through trails. The best day to go to the park is when it is nice and sunny outside with a bit of a breeze. Celebrate today by visiting your local park and completing this things you see at the park activity.
Eiffel Tower Opens - The Eiffel Tower was opened to the public as an entrance to the World Fair of 1889 . The tower is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Until the Chrysler building came along in 1930, it held the record for the tallest man-made structure in the world. Celebrate today with a crepe or croissant while completing this name the landmark activity.