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March 2016 Educators' Calendar

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Mar 2015
1

Clean Up Australia Day

Schools Clean Up Day

Self-Injury Awareness Day

2

Labour Day (WA)

Author Dr. Seuss Born (1904)

3

Inventor Alexander Graham Bell Born (1847)

Alfred Collins Awarded Star of Courage (1985)

4

World Book Day

World Read Aloud Day

5

First Newspaper Printed in Australia (1803)

6

World Day of Prayer

Artist Michelangelo Born (1475)

"Cyclops" Disappeared in Bermuda Triangle (1918)

Queen Elizabeth II Launched Royal Website (1997)

7

Hitler Broke Treaty of Versailles (1936)

8

International Women's Day

9

Canberra Day

Labour Day (Vic/Tas)

Commonwealth Day

Artist Tom Roberts Born (1856)

10

First Phone Call (1876)

11

Bob Hawke Elected Prime Minister (1983)

12

World Kidney Day

Ballet Tutu First Used (1832)

Church of England Ordained Women Priests (1994)

13

Ride to School Day

Uranus Discovered (1781)

14

International Pi Day

Physicist Albert Einstein Born (1879)

15

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

Australia Played England in First Cricket Test Match (1877)

16

Magellan Reached Philippines (1521)

17

St. Patrick's Day (1737)

Golda Meir Sworn In as Israeli Prime Minister (1969)

18

Entrepreneur Dick Smith Born (1944)

First Spacewalk (1965)

19

Sydney Harbour Bridge Officially Opened (1932)

20

World Storytelling Day

Iraq War Began (2003)

21

Autumn Equinox

Harmony Day

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

World Poetry Day

22

World Water Day

Gutenberg Bible Became First Printed Book (1457)

Beatles First Album Please Please Me Released (1963)

23

World Meteorological Day

Mussolini Forms Fascist Party (1919)

24

World TB Day

Queen Elizabeth I Died (1603)

Magician Harry Houdini Born (1874)

25

Slave Trade Banned in Great Britain and Ireland (1807)

European Economic Community Established (1957)

26

East Pakistan Independent; Became Bangladesh (1971)

Australian $100 Note Issued (1984)

27

Boardies Day

World Theatre Day

First Animal Pound Established (1797)

28

Earth Hour

29

Palm Sunday

First London Marathon (1981)

30

Artist Vincent Van Gogh Born (1853)

Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, Died (2002)

31

Eiffel Tower Officially Opened (1889)

Linda Jones, First Female Jockey, Competes Against Men (1979)

 

 

 

 

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