Thursday, May 2, 2013

Play Your Ukulele Day, Martin Z. Mollusk Day, more

May 2nd, 2013, is National Play Your Ukulele Day, Martin Z. Mollusk Day, National Day of Prayer, and National Day of Reason.

Today is National Play Your Ukulele Day. Do you play? Famous ukulele players include George Harrison (of The Beatles) and Greg Hawkes (of The Cars). But never forget Tiny Tim! Enjoy his "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" now:

Residents of Ocean City, New Jersey, USA, celebrate Martin Z. Mollusk Day, a play on Groundhog Day. If Martin the hermit crab sees his shadow, summer will come one week early.

The first Thursday in May is the National Day of Prayer.

Also observed on the first Thursday in May is the National Day of Reason, celebrating the separation of church and state.

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