Madeleine Kay, author of “Living Serendipitously” announces new annual event
Happy Serendipity Day! . . . It’s official!!!
I just want to share some fabulous news with you all . . . I am so excited, I can barely contain myself!
Last year I applied to have Serendipity Day declared an official holiday to be celebrated annually on August 18th. Well, I just found out that . . .
Serendipity Day has been declared an official annual event and special day to celebrate by Chase’s Calendar of Events – the authoritative guide to special occurrences, holidays, anniversaries, celebrity birth dates, religious observances, sporting events, and more from around the world.
Librarians, marketers, journalists, and other professionals have come to rely on Chase’s for more than 50 years to find out what’s going on that day, in a week, or even a year ahead.
Chase’s Calendar of Events is the most comprehensive and authoritative reference available on special events, worldwide holidays and festivals, civic observances, historic anniversaries, famous birthdays and much more. The Los Angeles Times calls it – “The Bible of Special Occasions.”
And now … Serendipity Day has been added to their official list! They are recognizing the celebration I initiated last year as the first annual celebration, and are citing 2011 as the second annual celebration.
So even though Serendipity Day was celebrated unofficially worldwide for the first time last year, this year’s celebration is the first official celebration of Serendipity Day. How exciting!!
I really hope you will all begin to celebrate Serendipity Day officially . . . starting today!! Since I just received official notice, I have not been able to put the necessary publicity, promotion and marketing in place in time for this year’s celebration . . . but next year, I will have it all out there. How doubly exciting!!
Happy Serendipity Day!
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Thanks for letting me share this great news with you . . . Have a Great Day!!!!
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