November 2015
Featured Events

American Diabetes Month
Military Family Appreciation Month
Vegan Month

National Family Caregivers Month
National Hospice Palliative Care Month

Food Safety Tip
If you freeze leftovers, never attempt to thaw them at room temperature. Instead, place them in the refrigerator. You can also use a microwave to thaw and reheat food more quickly if it will be
consumed right away.

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Monthly Events

American Diabetes Month
Diabetic Eye Disease Month
Epilepsy Awareness Month
Lung Cancer Awareness Month
National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month
National Healthy Skin Month
National Marrow Awareness Month
National Family Caregivers Month
National Hospice Palliative Care Month
National Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Prematurity Awareness Month

Family Stories Month
Native American Heritage Month
Adopt a Senior Pet Month
National Pet Cancer Awareness Month
National Pet Diabetes Month

Military Family Appreciation Month
Vegan Month

National Roasting Month
Banana Pudding Lovers Month
Gluten Free Diet Awareness Month
National Fun with Fondue Month
National Georgia Pecan Month

Greens and Plantains Month
National Pepper Month
National Pomegranate Month
Peanut Butter Lovers Month
Raisin Bread Month
Sweet Potato Awareness Month

PTA Healthy Lifestyle Month
MADD Tie One On For Safety Holiday (11/16-12/31)

Weekly Events

1-7 National Fig Week
1-8 Drowsy Driving Prevention Week
7-13 Dear Santa Letter Week
9-13 National Young Readers Week
14-22 National Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week

15-21 International Fraud Awareness Week
16-22 Get Smart about Antibiotics Week
21-27 National Farm City Week
22-28 National Game & Puzzle Week
22-28 National Family Week
23-29 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Awareness Week

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

 1  World Vegan Day;  National Cook for your Pets Day; National Family Literacy Day, Daylight Saving Time Ends 

 2   National Deviled Egg Day; North Dakota, 39th State; South Dakota, 40th State; Job Action Day Sandwich Day Election Day
 4   National Candy Day; UNESCO founded National Georgia Pecan Month; Men Make Dinner Day  6   National Nachos Day; Intl Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War & Armed Conflict 7   Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day; Montana, 41st State
9   National Scrapple Day 10  Worldwide NET Cancer Awareness Day; Marine Corps Birthday; Sesame Street Premiere; World Science Day for Peace and Development
11  National Sundae Day; Veterans Day; Washington, 42nd State

12    National Pizza with the Works Day except anchovies; Chicken Soup for the Soul Day

13  National Indian Pudding Day; World Kindness Day

14  Loosen Up, Lighten Up DayUN World Diabetes Day
15  America Recycles Day;  Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day; National Bundt Day; World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
16  National Fast Food Day;  Oklahoma, 46th State; Intl Day for Tolerance 17  World Prematurity Awareness Day; Natl Baklava Day; Homemade Bread Day
 18     National Vichyssoise Day; World COPD Day 19 NutritionDay; Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day;  Intl Men's Day; Pressure Ulcer Awareness Day:  Great American Smokeout

 20  Use Less Stuff Day;  National Peanut Butter Fudge Day; UN Universal Children's Day

21   World Hello Day; UN World Television DayFamily Volunteer Day 22   National Pepper Month; National Cashew Day
23 Natl Eat a Cranberry Day;    National Espresso Day
24  Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day 25   Natl Parfait Day; UN Intl Day for the
Elimination Of Violence Against Women; Tie One On Day;
 26 Natl Cake Day; Thanksgiving Day
 27 Black Friday, Buy Nothing Day,  Natl Day of Listening; Sinkie Day; Maize Day; Fur Free Friday; Natl Flossing Day 28   National French Toast Day 29   Electronic Greetings Day
30  Cyper Monday; Computer Security Day;  Joy of Cooking Published, 1931

The holidays and events listed in the calendar come from numerous resources, such as:
United States Department of Agriculture; Food and Drug Administration; Presidential Declaration; Federal, State
 or City Governments; American Dietetic Association; Food Associations; American Medical Association; Medical Affiliations;
Private Organizations and Companies; Retail Promotions

The events have been verified. However, you should confirm the dates before making plans. Some events may vary from one
state to another. Visit our web sites for more ideas.
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with warm regards,
Jake and Sandra

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