It’s February—the month of roses, hearts and candy. People either love this month or hate it because of Feb. 14. But in February’s defense, it has some wonderful facts about it that may turn you “haters” into “lovers.”
More celebrations in January include Martin Luther King, Jr. day, which is on Jan. 16 this year. Inauguration Day takes place every four years following the Presidential election. There won’t be one this year, but next year it will be on Jan. 20.
October is more than just “Halloween Month.” You can celebrate National Popcorn Poppin’ Month or give money to a great cause like domestic violence. However, there are 11 months in the year, so stayed tuned. Next month we’ll learn about November fun facts.
If you’re new to South Florida, you must be wondering what this palm tree haven has to offer a visitor from another part of Florida, another state, or another country.
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