Cariloha Weekend Party List – Happy Aviation Day!


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Cariloha Friday! A day that licenses you to pursue something new, to kick off your shoes and relax all weekend long, and to wear comfortable bamboo along the way. Think lofty thoughts this weekend, as it seems to be taking you toward the clouds with Airmail Balloon Day and National Aviation Day.

As you begin to test the weekend waters, be sure to get your Cariloha style on, letting it inspire your poetic side or your lighter-than-air side, whichever comes first. Share your activities with friends and family.

Send a secret letter to the upper atmosphere or wear a coonskin cap that you (today), then, recite some poetry to a friend or loved one and adopt a pet from a local animal shelter (tomorrow), next, hold a paper-airplane-making and flying contest and scarf down some spicy salsa and potatoes (Sunday), finally, consider staying home with your kids, not doing your hair, and listening to the radio (Monday). Have a happy aviation weekend!

However you approach your weekend, make it a memorable time and don’t forget to wrap up in your Cariloha bamboo-soft clothing, sheets or towels every day.

August 17 – August 20
17- Airmail Balloon Day (1859)
17- Wrench Birthday (1835)
17- National Thrift Shop Day
17- Davy Crockett’s Birthday (1786)

18- Mail Order Catalog Printing Day
18- Women’s Voting Rights Day
18- National Homeless Animals Day
18- Bad Poetry Day

19- National Aviation Day
19- Bill Clinton’s Birthday (1946)
19- World Youth Day
19- Snuffleupagus’ Birthday (Sesame Street)
19- Indianapolis 500 Speedway Birthday (1909)
19- Spicy Food Day
19- Old Ironsides Birthday (1812)
19- Popsicle Trademark Day (1923 – invented by an 11-year- old)
19- Marmalade Birthday (1561)
19- Orville Wright’s Birthday (1871 – National Aviation Day)
19- Potato Day

20- Summer Cool-Off Day (The day lemonade was invented in Paris 1630)
20- Stay at Home with Your Kids Day
20- National Radio Day
20- Dial Telephone Birthday (1896)
20- Bad Hair Day
20- Tucson Birthday (1775)

Tell the folks here at Cariloha how you celebrated your weekend. What did you do? How did you make it memorable? Send us a picture wearing or using bamboo clothing, bedding or bath goods, and we’ll post it on our blog for a prize.