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March 2016 Educators' Calendar

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Mar 2015
1

Self-Injury Awareness Day

St. David's Day

2

Dr. Seuss Born (1904)

3

Inventor Alexander Graham Bell Born (1847)

Carmen Debuted (1875)

4

World Read Aloud Day

U.S. Constitution Enacted (1789)

5

World Book Day

Stapler Invented (1868)

6

Artist Michelangelo Born (1475)

Cyclops" Disappeared in Bermuda Triangle (1918)

Queen Elizabeth II Launched Royal Website (1997)

7

Hitler Broke Treaty of Versailles (1936)

Apple Patented the iPod (2006)

8

International Women's Day

9

Commonwealth Day

Northern Ireland Voted for Union (1973)

10

Charles I Dissolved Parliament (1629)

First Phone Call (1876)

11

No Smoking Day

12

World Kidney Day

Ballet Tutu First Used (1832)

Novelist Jack Kerouac Born (1922)

Church of England Ordained Women Priests (1994)

13

Uranus Discovered (1781)

14

Pi Day

Physicist Albert Einstein Born (1879)

15

Mothers' Day (Mothering Sunday)

Julius Caesar Murdered - "Ides of March (44 BC)

Hu Jintao Named President of China (2003)

Sedna Discovered (2004)

16

Magellan Reached Philippines (1521)

17

St. Patrick's Day

Golda Meir Sworn in as Israeli Prime Minister (1969)

18

Stamp Act Repealed (1766)

First Spacewalk (1965)

Torrey Canyon Spilled 919,000 Barrels of Oil off Cornish Coast (1967)

19

Iraq War Began (2003)

Mahmoud Abbas Named Prime Minister of Palestine (2003)

20

Spring Begins

Earth Day

World Storytelling Day

21

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

World Down Syndrome Day

World Poetry Day

Thomas Cranmer Burned at Stake (1556)

22

World Water Day

The Gutenberg Bible Became First Printed Book (1457)

Beatles First Album Please Please Me Released (1963)

Hale-Bopp Comet Approached Earth (1997)

23

World Meteorological Day

Mussolini Forms Fascist Party (1919)

Mir Space Station Fell to Earth (2001)

24

Queen Elizabeth I Died (1603)

Magician Harry Houdini Born (1874)

Hamlet Was First Foreign Best Picture Oscar-Winner (1949)

Amoco Cadiz Oil Tanker Broke Up on Brittany Coast (1978)

25

Slave Trade Banned in Great Britain and Ireland (1807)

European Economic Community Established (1957)

26

East Pakistan Gained Independence; Became Bangladesh (1971)

Vladimir Putin Elected Russian President (2000)

27

World Theatre Day

28

Spanish Civil War Ended (1939)

Three Mile Island Nuclear Incident (1979)

Earth Hour (2009)

29

British Summer Time Begins

Palm Sunday

Parliament Creates Canada (1867)

First London Marathon (1981)

30

Artist Vincent Van Gogh Born (1853)

Treaty of Paris Ended Crimean War (1856)

Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, Died (2002)

31

Chemist Robert Wilhelm Eberhard von Bunsen Born (1811)

Eiffel Tower Officially Opened (1889)

 

 

 

 


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