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.

Christmas Traditions to Make Your Holiday Season Memorable

Christmas Traditions

The holiday season is the ideal time to start up a tradition, creating memories that your loved ones will remember and re-visit year after year. Looking for some ideas? Check out these easy-to-start Christmas traditions:

  • Pick out a Christmas tree at a tree farm, where you can find the perfect addition for your home and family.
  • Decorate the Christmas tree together, perhaps while listening to your favorite Christmas album.
  • Every year, make a new Christmas tree ornament together with the year listed somewhere on the ornament to chronicle the tradition.
  • Make Christmas cookies and decorate them with various colors of frosting and sprinkles.
  • Go caroling, or simply sing a song or two at home around the fire.
  • Learn about how other cultures spend their Christmas season, and consider incorporating one of their traditions into your own.
  • Find a way to volunteer locally, improving the Christmas of other families in your neighborhood.
  • Lastly, watch your favorite holiday movie, whether it’s an animated classic like How the Grinch Stole Christmas! or something more contemporary, like Elf, and watch it every year!

And of course, to start your holiday season with a brand new car – ready to topple snowy conditions – stop by and visit us anytime at Cambridge Classic Ford.