If you see a driveway full of items and a sale sign out, stop by and celebrate National Garage Sale Day. Use #NationalGarageSaleDay to share your great deals on social media.
National Filet Mignon Day
Filet mignon is French for “cute fillet” or “dainty fillet”.In French, filet mignon may be called “filet de boeuf”, which translates to beef fillet in English.When found on a French menu, filet mignon may also refer to pork rather than beef.
National Bowling Day
National Bowling Day is observed annually on the second Saturday in August.
While it is possible that bowling style games existed in ancient civilizations around the world, we likely owe the modern game of bowling to the land of Germany. Kegels were used much like batons for protection or sport. They would place them at the end of an alley and roll a stone, attempting to knock them down. It was believed that by knocking down the kegel, their sins would be forgiven.
National Left-Handers Day
Take a left-handed friend to lunch or out for coffee. If you’re right-handed, try doing everything with your left hand. Left-handers post photos using #lefthandersday to prove your left-handed awesomeness.