Fun March Holidays To Celebrate

fun March holidays

Take a second to think about what you associate with March. Is it basketball? St. Patrick’s Day? Spring break? Weird, rainy weather? There’s a lot to March besides just all of the above, so here are some examples of fun March holidays so you and your friends have an excuse to keep celebrating all month long.

  • March 9: Panic Day
    • If you’re into panicking, I guess you can celebrate. If you’re not too busy panicking.
  • March 11: Johnny Appleseed Day
    • This traditional figure straight out of American folklore is a great reason to party.
  • March 14: National Potato Chip Day
    • Take some time to appreciate arguably one of the best snack foods in the world.
  • March 16: Everything You Do Is Right Day
    • We like this sound of this one.
  • March 19: Corn Dog Day
    • Even better than the last one!
  • March 20: National Alien Abductions Day
    • Get out your tinfoil hats.
  • March 22: International Goof Off Day
    • Like you need to tell us twice.
  • March 26: Make Up Your Own Holiday Day
    • We’re not joking. If you’ve run out of other reasons to celebrate, use this day to do your own thing. Maybe you could make it a yearly tradition.

Come celebrate any of these many fun March holidays with us here at Cambridge Classic Ford.

5 Cool Facts About St. Patrick’s Day Traditions

St. Patrick's Day Traditions

Do you know the origins behind these common St. Patrick’s Day traditions? Read on to find out.

  • St. Patrick Was a British Missionary -Born a British noble during the occupation of the Roman Empire, St. Patrick was kidnapped and enslaved at 16 in Ireland. He eventually escaped but came back later as a missionary to convert the native Irish.
  • The First St. Paddy’s Day Parade Was in America -While St. Patrick’s Day has been an Irish celebration for centuries, the first parade happened in the 1700s to celebrate Irish soldiers in the English army.
  • The Shamrock Is A Sham -There’s no evidence that St. Patrick used the shamrock to explain the trinity to converts, as the old legend goes. The association of the shamrock started around the 17th century when people would wear shamrocks on their coats and end the day by “drowning” it in their whiskey.
  • More Than 3 Million Pints of Guinness Are Consumed -Guinness originates in Dublin, Ireland, and roughly 3 million pints of the Irish beer are consumed on St. Patrick’s Day – a drastic change from the typical 600,000 pints every day.
  • Poor Irish-Americans Invented Corned Beef and Cabbage -When Irish immigrants came to America, they opted for the cheapest options on the market, with corned beef being the cheapest meat and cabbage being a common spring vegetable.

We at Cambridge Classic Ford hoped you learned something you didn’t know before from reading this list of St. Patrick’s Day traditions!