The year is officially back into full swing in February and we’ve got big plans for the year!
We know Feb is jam-packed with big days like Valentine’s Day, The Oscars and the Grammy Awards – but there are also a few personal faves of mine, including Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day, Public Sleeping Day and Play Your Ukulele Day.
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February 2017 – Month-long events
Chinese New Year Festival (continues)
Heart Research Month
Feel Good February
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late (Bowel cancer awareness)
Black History Month (USA and CAN)
February 2017 – Special Days
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering – ABC (AUS)
Work Naked Day
Play Your Ukulele Day
Groundhog Day (USA)
Setsubun Sai (Shinto)
Elmo’s Birthday (sesame street)
Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day
The Sustainable Living Festival (VIC)
Facebook anniversary – launched in 2004
Rugby Six Nations
National Weatherperson’s Day
Super Bowl Sunday (USA)
Safer Internet Day
Fifty Shades Darker – in cinemas in AUS
Perth International Arts Festival
International Day of Women and Girls In Science
National Pet Adoption Day
24: Legacy on Ten (AUS)
The Walking Dead – USA
International Darwin Day
2017 Grammy Awards
World Radio Day
Australia’s Healthy Weight Week
Clean Out Your Computer Day
Wear Red Day (Heart Research Australia)
Library Lovers Day
Royal Hobart Regatta (Tas Public Holiday)
Schwarzenegger The Celebrity Apprentice 10pm Nine (AUS tv)
BAFTA Awards special 8:30pm UKTV (AUS tv)
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2021 Key Dates Calendar
Looking for a listing of key dates, fun events and holidays to help you plan your social media content for 2021? This dates listing covers everything from Australian public holidays, silly days, sporting events and award shows from January through til December 2021.
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