It's natural for parents to worry about their kids; but a teacher is the only person that takes care of every other child. Such a personality and character maker deserves every piece of love and respect in the world. "Happy Teacher's Day" #Teachersday #Love #Respect

It's natural for parents to worry about their kids; but a teacher is the only person that takes care of every other child. Such a personality and character maker deserves every piece of love and respect in the world. "Happy Teacher's Day" #Teachersday #Love #Respect

Yesterday 6 March - Ghana celebrates their Independence day! Tomorrow is International Women's Day! . This week celebrates so many wonderful things . This is an original painting I did of a Ghanaian dancer doing a dance called Akan Adowa. Performed in large social gatherings and events. Of course - I love the costumes the colours and the meanings behind the dances. . This is one of my favourite originals paintings. So good to look at it again. . Anyone who lives in Ghana - Happy Independence…

Yesterday 6 March - Ghana celebrates their Independence day! Tomorrow is International Women's Day! . This week celebrates so many wonderful things . This is an original painting I did of a Ghanaian dancer doing a dance called Akan Adowa. Performed in large social gatherings and events. Of course - I love the costumes the colours and the meanings behind the dances. . This is one of my favourite originals paintings. So good to look at it again. . Anyone who lives in Ghana - Happy Independence…

On March 8th, we celebrated International Women’s Day, an event that dates back more than one hundred years. It’s incredible to think that long before the internet, radio and television, women already shared a global consciousness and a common cause across cultures and borders. Women can be so powerful when we work together. This week's Haute History (or, Haute HERstory) is all about how women have changed the world together throughout history…

On March 8th, we celebrated International Women’s Day, an event that dates back more than one hundred years. It’s incredible to think that long before the internet, radio and television, women already shared a global consciousness and a common cause across cultures and borders. Women can be so powerful when we work together. This week's Haute History (or, Haute HERstory) is all about how women have changed the world together throughout history…

The day was first celebrated in 1988 by a physicist named Larry Shaw, also known as Prince of Pi, who organized a fun event of walking around circular spaces and eating pies at the San Francisco Exploratorium. The tradition continues to this day and is celebrated live and online around the world.

The day was first celebrated in 1988 by a physicist named Larry Shaw, also known as Prince of Pi, who organized a fun event of walking around circular spaces and eating pies at the San Francisco Exploratorium. The tradition continues to this day and is celebrated live and online around the world.

Downtown Norwich was awash on Sunday in shades of green as the city celebrated its fourth annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival on Sunday, March 5, an event where most participants and viewers — no matter their true genealogical lineage — claimed at least a drop of Irish blood. Read more and see photos: http://www.norwichbulletin.com/news/20170305/norwich-goes-green-for-st-patricks-day-parade #CT #NorwichCT #Connecticut #StPatricksDay #Parade #Ctevents #Parade

Downtown Norwich was awash on Sunday in shades of green as the city celebrated its fourth annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival on Sunday, March 5, an event where most participants and viewers — no matter their true genealogical lineage — claimed at least a drop of Irish blood. Read more and see photos: http://www.norwichbulletin.com/news/20170305/norwich-goes-green-for-st-patricks-day-parade #CT #NorwichCT #Connecticut #StPatricksDay #Parade #Ctevents #Parade

2nd Monday in March is Commonwealth Day, a holiday celebrated in the United Kingdom and its sovereign territories. Festivities often include patriotic events such as  flag-raising and reading the Commonwealth message from the Queen.  http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/holiday/CommonwealthDay.html

2nd Monday in March is Commonwealth Day, a holiday celebrated in the United Kingdom and its sovereign territories. Festivities often include patriotic events such as flag-raising and reading the Commonwealth message from the Queen. http://www.farmersmarketonline.com/holiday/CommonwealthDay.html

International Womens Day IWD is also known as the International Working Womens Day or United Nations Day for Womens Rights and International Peace which is celebrated every year on 8th of March all across the world in different regions of the countries in order to focus the achievements and contributions of the women in the society. The celebration of this event varies from region to region. Generally it is celebrated to provide respect to whole women fraternity appreciate them and to…

International Womens Day IWD is also known as the International Working Womens Day or United Nations Day for Womens Rights and International Peace which is celebrated every year on 8th of March all across the world in different regions of the countries in order to focus the achievements and contributions of the women in the society. The celebration of this event varies from region to region. Generally it is celebrated to provide respect to whole women fraternity appreciate them and to…

VIFT celebrated the 21st Annual day "Rendezvous - a tryst fete" on 17th February 2017. The principal of VIFT, Dr. Prakash B Nayak, highlighted the achievements of the students and faculties, along with the numerous activities and events conducted during the academic year of 2016-17. The Chairman and founder, Dr. M.M. Kariappa, who has been an integral part of VIFT for reaching new heights in design education, thanked and congratulated the students and the academic team for all their…

VIFT celebrated the 21st Annual day "Rendezvous - a tryst fete" on 17th February 2017. The principal of VIFT, Dr. Prakash B Nayak, highlighted the achievements of the students and faculties, along with the numerous activities and events conducted during the academic year of 2016-17. The Chairman and founder, Dr. M.M. Kariappa, who has been an integral part of VIFT for reaching new heights in design education, thanked and congratulated the students and the academic team for all their…

World Wood Day World Wood Day (WWD) is a cultural event celebrated every year on March 21 to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial. World Wood Day celebrations aim to raise awareness and understanding of the key role wood plays in a sustainable world through biodiversity and forest conservation. This unique celebration will remind people of the importance and true value of wood and its responsible use. #youthicon #motivationalspeaker #inspirationalspeaker #mentor…

World Wood Day World Wood Day (WWD) is a cultural event celebrated every year on March 21 to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial. World Wood Day celebrations aim to raise awareness and understanding of the key role wood plays in a sustainable world through biodiversity and forest conservation. This unique celebration will remind people of the importance and true value of wood and its responsible use. #youthicon #motivationalspeaker #inspirationalspeaker #mentor…

Holi, India's joyous festival of colors is one of the most anticipated celebrations in the Hindu calendar. While the ritual stems from Hindu mythology, the day is observed with as much abandon by non-Hindu's as well. Celebrated annually on the last full moon day of the lunar month Phalguna, the date of the festival varies. This year's event took place on March 6th. As per tradition, millions of Indians residing in the subcontinent and overseas took to the streets early in the morn...

Holi, India's joyous festival of colors is one of the most anticipated celebrations in the Hindu calendar. While the ritual stems from Hindu mythology, the day is observed with as much abandon by non-Hindu's as well. Celebrated annually on the last full moon day of the lunar month Phalguna, the date of the festival varies. This year's event took place on March 6th. As per tradition, millions of Indians residing in the subcontinent and overseas took to the streets early in the morn...

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