Friendship Day

Friendship Day Facts

Hey kids! Friendship Day is coming again! Time to make merry with your pals, send them greeting cards, dance to groovy tracks and gorge on spicy delicacies together, buy Friendship bands and other presents for them and get in return loads of gifts. So many facts are associated with this wonderful holiday. But do you know them all? Here we bring to you a collection of popular Friendship Day Facts. Read on to have a better idea about the occasion. Know how Friendship Day is celebrated in different ways in America and the popular tidbits associated with the holiday. If you like our collection of Friendship Day Facts, do not forget to click here to refer this page to your friends. Have a grand Friendship Day celebration!!!
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Here are some wonderful facts related to Friendship Day that are sure to arouse your interest :

In 1935, the United States Congress announced the first Sunday of August as the National Friendship Day and declared it to be a holiday in honor of friends.

Women's Friendship Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of September.

Best Friends Weekend is an occasion established by the Best Friends Animal Society. It is celebrated every year from June 23 - June 25 to honor and protect the rights of animals. The first day of the weekend is called Best Friends' Day.

'D del Amigo' (The Spanish Friend's Day) is a celebration of friendship, held annually on July 20, mainly in Argentina and Uruguay.

Old Friends, New Friends Week is the third week of May.

The whole of February is designated as the International Friendship Month.

In 1997, the United Nations named Winnie - the Pooh, the famous cartoon character as the world's Ambassador of Friendship.

The immortal song "With a Little Help from My Friends" by Beatles, that deals with the theme of friendship, was released in 1967.

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