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    Home / College Guide / June 6, 2021 – D-Day – NATIONAL GARDENING EXERCISE DAY – NATIONAL CANCER S
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    Apple Pie Day NATIONAL EYEWEAR DAY On June 6th we can see clearly and look good doing it as we celebrate National Eyewear Day. Spectacles have been around for about seven centuries, but early versions were only worn by monks and scholars. It wasn’t until the invention of the printing press in 1452 and an increase in literacy that the demand for eyewear grew as well. Eyewear today not only improves our vision, but it also protects it while adding elements of style and personality. Imagine John Lennon without his iconic round frames. Would Maverick be Top Gun without his aviators? No one would recognize Harry Caray without his trademark face-covering frames. Eyewear can define, outline, and punctuate a personality. It can also be a little covert. Who is Clark Kent without his frames after all? Though many may have tried, no one wore the dark tortoise shells better than Audrey Hepburn. Clearly, eyewear plays a significant role in our lives. From improving vision and protection to providing a variety of style options, it certainly is something to celebrate on National Eyewear Day. HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalEyewearDay Wear your favorite eyewear. Whether they are for clearer vision, protection or just to change up your style, eyewear proves to be versatile in many ways.

    Show off your personality with a new set of frames or change up your look by swapping out old lenses. There are so many ways to celebrate. Show us your eyewear style by using #NationalEyewearDay to share on social media. NATIONAL EYEWEAR DAY HISTORY Zyloware Eyewear founded National Eyewear Day in 2016 to celebrate the benefits of improved vision and the many styles available. The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on June 6th, annually. Zyloware Eyewear was founded in 1923 by Joseph Shyer and has been family-owned and operated for 93 years. The company prides itself on quality, service, and customer satisfaction. NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION DAY National Higher Education Day on June 6th each year aims to prepare a path for more students toward a higher education degree. Exponential costs of higher education and the United States opportunity gap have turned a college degree into something of a luxury for many Americans. Guiding and motivating future college students through the process of preparing for higher education will help increase their chances of graduating with a degree. The observance is designed to educate and inspire students. For more information, please visit nationalhighereducationday.

    org It is my desire to have a National Higher Education Day to educate and promote the many different ways students can fund their education. By having a National Day I will be able to inspire students of all ages to never give up on their dream of receiving a higher education degree! Izamar Olaguez, founder of National Higher Education Day . Expense – The cost of going to college continues to rise. Indecision – Many students change their major multiple times during their college career. Family – Commitments to family conflict with their educational goals. Unprepared – The coursework is more difficult than their current abilities have prepared them for. Mental health – They don’t have solid coping skills for the stressors of academic life. The observance encourages students, educators, and families to tackle some of the issues of higher education head-on. By preparing students in all areas of their life, finding financial resources, addressing their educational goals, as well as focuses on their total health and well-being, students will look forward to a successful high educational career path. HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalHigherEducationDay Celebrate by advocating for higher education on your social media sites.

    Post photos about what level of education you have received and what future academic goals you have. Advocate for any funding opportunities and developing tools for a solid higher education experience. Use #NationalHigherEducationDay. We would also like to encourage you to donate to a scholarship program today! NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION DAY HISTORY In February of 2015, Izamar Olaguez and March Hronis founded National Higher Education Day to help prepare students for and increase their opportunities for higher education. The national spokesperson is Tamera Allard. The Registrar at National Day Calendar declared the day to be observed annually on June 6th, annually NATIONAL DRIVE-IN MOVIE DAY National Drive-In Movie Day on June 6th each year commemorates the day the first drive-in theater opened. Richard M. Hollingshead Jr. of Camden, New Jersey created the drive-in theater and he opened the first one on June 6, 1933. At this first drive-in theater, the screen was 40 feet by 50 feet and there were 400 car slots. The advertising slogan used was, “The whole family is welcome, regardless of how noisy the children are.” An Adolphe Meniou film, Wife Beware, was the first film shown. The idea caught on quickly and drive-ins began to pop up in other areas, too.

    By the late 1950s, approximately 4,000 drive-ins dotted the United States. According to thenewswheel.com , New York , Pennsylvania , and Ohio have the best opportunity for movie viewing under the stars. Copiague, Long Island, New York once was home to one of the largest drive-in theaters. The drive-in covered over 29 acres and could park 2,500 vehicles. It also hosted a full-service restaurant with rooftop seating, a trolley system to take children and adults to the playground, and a large indoor theater in case of bad weather. However, the invention of color television, VCRs, and video rentals along with the increase in land values and the widespread adoption of daylight saving time, led to a sharp decline in the drive-in popularity. For a comprehensive list of drive-in theaters still in operation today, visit driveinmovie.com for locations by state. HOW TO OBSERVE #DriveInMovieDay Get a carload of friends and head to the drive-in. It’s movie time! You can also explore drive-in movie history. Share your drive-in movie memories with us. What was your first drive-in movie? Do you remember? What was the last drive-in movie you saw? Give a shout out to the drive-in movie theaters near you, and use #DriveInMovieDay to post on social media.

    NATIONAL DRIVE-IN MOVIE DAY HISTORY National Drive-In Movie Day, honors the opening day of the first drive-in. The creator of this day is unknown. However, check out these other great movie-themed celebrations on the calendar:

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