February 25th is the day we officially celebrate Clam Chowder Day and Chocolate Covered Nut Day.
Welcome to day 56 of 365! We’re still 308 days away from celebrating the new year, but we’ve gotta look forward to something right?
To get you inspired there were many events that happened on this day including new inventions, new music and new sports world record. February the 25th is certainly a day to celebrate.
Did you know that on this day in 1862, US paper money was first introduced into circulation? This was via the Legal Tender Act to help finance the Civil War.
Keep reading for more fun & interesting facts about February 25th in history!
What memorable events happened on February 25 in history? Keep reading to find out!
Gabriella Gerhardt set a Guinness World Record for the largest four-leaf clover collection, with a total of 118,791 clovers.
Hasbro announced that their Mr. Potato Head brand was changing its name to be gender inclusive.
The names of long-standing Potato Head toys, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, remained unchanged. Instead, the brand changed from Mr. Potato Head to just Potato Head.
Rihanna received a Guinness World Record for being the most tracked artist on Songkick, with 3,867,117 followers.
Madonna fell on stage while performing “Living For Love.”
During the act, she was wearing a tight Armani cape and fell backward down a flight of stairs. But Madonna being Madonna, dusted herself off and got on with the show!
NASA’s Mariner 6 space probe successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Data from Mariner 6’s launch was used to ensure the success of the Mariner 7, which joined the Mariner 6 in space a month later. The pair of probes made their way to Mars to complete the first dual spacecraft mission to Mars. The Mariner 6 and 7 missions collected data and photographed about 20% of Mars’ surface.
Is today your birthday? If so, you share the same birthday with Case Walker. Here are a few other famous people born on this day.
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20 years old
New Mexico, USA
Nov 29, 2001 (Age 58)
26 years old
Washington D.C., USA
Below you’ll find the most popular things people have said or written on this day throughout history.
Only free men can negotiate. A prisoner cannot enter into contracts.
South African President
If you’re looking to try something new today, here are some special holidays that might just give you an idea.
National Clam Chowder Day
Did you know that clam chowder dates back to the Native Americans in the 1800s? Today is Clam Chowder Day, and with dozens of different versions, why not have a taste-off with friends and family?
National Chocolate Covered Nut Day
Chocolate covered nuts have got to be one of the most guilt-free ways to enjoy a chocolatey treat; they’re so tasty but surprisingly healthy! So make sure you stop by the market today to pick up some for an afternoon snack.
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Fun Fact Of The Day
The full Bible has been translated into over 3,000 languages. Among those include fictional languages like Elvish, Klingon, and Na’vi.
Birthday & Zodiac
People who were born on this day all share the Pisces zodiac sign.
Pisces is represented by the fish and is the twelfth sign in the zodiac. Anyone who was born between February 19 and March 20 falls into this astrological sign.
All those born in February have the Amethyst birthstone. Wearing this violet gem can help to reduce tension and stress. Amethyst symbolizes protection, safety, and protection against overall bad health.
If your birthday falls on this day, you would’ve likely been conceived around June 4th in the previous year.
A baby that is conceived on this day will be due around November 18th, 2023.