All About Armed Forces Day celebrated on May 20, 2017

What is Armed Forces Day Armed Forces Day has celebrated annually on the third Saturday of May. Armed Forces Week begins on the second Saturday of May and ends on the third Sunday of May. President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our Read More →

2017 St. Patrick’s Day Parades and Irish Events

2017  St Patrick’s Day Parades and Irish Events March is the time for the Irish Americans to plan and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with all its festivities, parades, entertainment, and of course Corn Beef and Cabbage. It’s also a time that everyone becomes Irish – many join in with their Irish friends for a trip Read More →

Chapman Concierge celebrates National Chocolate Mint Day 2017. Ideas and inspiration on how to celebrate on February 19th.

National Chocolate Mint Day This annual holiday has been set aside for all the chocolate mint lovers to eat their favorite treats all day long. Chocolate mint options are available in ice creams, brownies, cookies, cheesecakes, fudge, candies, cakes, cupcakes, pies, cocktails and much more Did you know…. Chocolate mint is also a type of Read More →

February 2017 is the 91st Anniversary of African American History Month

February is African American History Month February 2017 marks the 91st anniversary of a unique ritual in America known as African American History Month. Throughout the month of February, America will recognize and celebrate the global & national journey and achievements of its African-descended residents and the central role they play in U.S. history. Originally Read More →

President’s Day is February 20, 2017. Enjoy these Fun Presidential Facts Courtesy of Chapman Concierge.

President’s Day Monday, February 20th President’s Day 2017 Fun Presidential Facts  Presidents’ Day, celebrated on the third Monday of February, was established in 1885 to honor George Washington. It is now a holiday to honor all U.S. Presidents, both past and present. George Washington had dentures made of gold, ivory, lead and animal teeth and he was Read More →

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