Cultural and Literary Events for December 2013

December is a great month for fruits and vegetables: Quince and Watermelon Month
(I had to look up quince), Root Vegetables and Exotic Fruits Month (think quince), Tomato and Winter Squash Month.

Vegetables not your thing? Then you may want to celebrate Cooked Grasshoppers Month. Think of the protein. Think of dipping them into chocolate. Think of dark chocolate.

If you're not into food, then you could Write to a Friend or Write a Business Plan.

Check with your library, college, government agencies, or community groups for activities in your area. Listings are for the United States unless noted.

Not all cultural and literary events are declared official by government agencies. Some are by passionate nonprofit groups whose members want to have fun with their topics or get the word out about their important work.

Art and Architecture Month
Bingo's Birthday Month
Closed Caption TV Month
Colorectal Cancer Education and Awareness Month
Cooked Grasshoppers Month
Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness Month
Hi Neighbor Month
Identity Theft Prevention and Awareness Month
International Calendar Awareness Month
Learn A Foreign Language Month
Made In America Month
Merry Merchants Month
Most Fun Month
Operation Santa Paws
Poor Looking Winter Month
Quince and Watermelon Month
Read a new book month
Root Vegetables and Exotic Fruits Month
Safe toy and Gift Month
Sign Up for Summer Camp Month
Stress-Free Family Holiday Month
Spiritual Literacy Month
Take a New Year’s Resolution to Stop Smoking Month
Tie Month
Tomato and Winter Squash Month
Universal Human Rights Month
World Aids Month
Write a Business Plan Month
Write to a Friend Month

What December event most influenced writing your life story? What are you doing in your community to observe a special event? 

List courtesy Holidays for Today, BrownieLocks, and Chase's Calendar of Events.

Photo courtesy Collegiate Pawpage

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