Read Across America Day: March 2nd This day is to celebrate the joys of reading and helps to bring awareness to the importance of reading. It is also Dr. Seuss's Birthday! Check the library for some funthings to do! Hats off to you, Dr. Seuss!
Daylight Savings Day: March 8th Learn about Spring Forward and the history behind daylight savings here. Holi: March 9-10 Learn more about this colorful spring festival with National Geographic.
Pi Day: March 14th Did you know that Pi is a number that never really ends? Get ready for Pi day with fun facts and information here.
St. Patrick's Day: March 17th Don't forget the green! Get the scoop about this holiday from PBS and National Geographic.
Spring Equinox: March 20th The first official day of spring and one of the few days where we have equal daylight and darkness. Now the days will start to get lighter and the nights shorter! Here is a list of some fun ways to celebrate spring for both kids and grownups.
Activities: Want to try out these fun activities from Ready, Set, Go Outside from Mass Audubon. Winter Trees: learn how to identify trees without their leaves! Spring Peepers: learn about this ting frog with a big voice!