May 20 – Learn to Swim Day
May 20 is National Learn to Swim Day! Make a splash and take action to help prevent drownings. Drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional injury death for children ages 1-14 years old. And, for every child who dies from drowning, another five receive emergency department care for nonfatal submersion injuries. You can help prevent drownings by learning how to swim, and by teaching your children to swim. You can also help by taking action in your community to increase swimming safety.
May 19 – National Pizza Party Day
May 19 is National Pizza Party Day, and there’s no better way to celebrate than by gathering your friends and family for a pizza party! No matter what your favorite topping is, you’re sure to find a pizza that everyone can enjoy. And don’t forget the dessert pizza! Whether you’re having a casual get-together or a formal dinner party, pizzas are the perfect way to please everyone’s taste buds. So break out the plates and napkins, and get ready to party!
May 18 – Visit a Museum Day
Visit a Museum Day is a day to celebrate and visit museums! museums are a great way to learn about history, art, and culture. Many museums offer free or discounted admission on this day, so it’s a great time to explore a new museum or revisited an old favorite. Whether you’re interested in art, science, or history, there’s sure to be a museum that has something for you!
May 17 – National Smile Day
On National Smile Day, we celebrate the act of smiling!Smiling is a universal gesture of happiness, joy, and good will, and it’s a great way to make somebody’s day just a little bit brighter. Whether you’re smiling at a stranger or at a loved one, the act of smiling is always sure to bring some positivity into the world.So today, let’s all take a moment to Flash those pearly whites and spread some extra happiness around!
May 16 – National Barbeque Day
May 16 is National Barbeque Day, so get ready to fire up the grill! This delicious holiday celebrates one of America’s favorite summer pastimes. Whether you like your BBQ chicken, ribs, or burgers, there’s sure to be something for everyone at your National Barbeque Day cookout. So invite your friends and family over, and enjoy some tasty BBQ!
May 15 – Bring Flowers to Someone Day
It’s Bring Flowers to Someone Day! Flowers are a great way to show someone you care, and there’s no better way to show your appreciation than by bringing them a bouquet. Whether it’s for a friend, family member, or loved one, flowers are always a welcome gift. So get out there and spread some happiness by bringing some beautiful blooms to your special someone today!
May 14 – Mother’s Day
May 14th is Mother’s Day, a day to celebrate mothers and motherhood. The day has been celebrated since the early 1900s, and it is now a recognized holiday in many countries around the world. The day is typically celebrated with flowers, cards, and gifts, and it is a day to show appreciation for all that mothers do for their children.
May 13 – Fintastic Friday
This year’s Fintastic Friday falls on May 13th. Elasmobranchii, a subclass of cartilaginous fish that includes sharks, rays, skates, and sawfish, is the focus of this special day. These aquatic animals contain five to seven pairs of separately opening gill clefts, inflexible dorsal fins, and tiny placoid skin scales. Ruth Musgrave, the founder, and director of Whale Times created Fintastic Friday, which promotes the conservation of these magnificent creatures. Let’s take this opportunity to celebrate these amazing creatures and learn more about how we can protect them!
May 12 – Wold Shades Day
May 12 Shades Day is an annual celebration of the power of sunglasses. On this day, people across the globe don their shades and celebrate the many benefits that sunglasses provide. From protecting our eyes from the harmful effects of the sun to helping us look our best, sunglasses are an essential part of our lives.