National Bologna Day
When : Always October 24
National Bologna Day is a full of baloney!
Properly spelled Bologna, it is sometimes spelled "Baloney". It is pronounced like the latter spelling. Bologna is a sausage. It's commonly used as a luncheon meat. Mom and kids know it well.
When it comes to bologna, there definitely is variety. There is what you and I would call regular Bologna, German Bologna, Beef Bologna, Kosher Bologna, and more. Depending upon the kind of Bologna, it could include pork, beef, chicken, and spices.
It's easy to enjoy National Bologna Day. Have a Bologna sandwich. Try fried bologna. And, don't forget the mustard.
We certainly hope that at the end of National Bologna Day, that you are "full of Baloney"!
Origin of National Bologna Day:
Our research did not find the creator, the origin, an any factual information about this day.
We discovered lots of reference to this day on Ecard sites and calendar sites.
Almost all food related holidays and special days are referred to as "National".
We did not find any documentation confirming this to be a "National" day. We found no congressional records or presidential proclamation.
This Day in History October 24
John White, The governor of the second Roanoke Colony, returns to England after an unsuccessful search for the "lost" colonists. (1590)
Napoleonic Wars: The Battle of Maloyaroslavets takes place near Moscow. (1812)
William Lassell, discovers the moons Umbriel, and Ariel, orbiting Uranus. (1851)
Sheffield F.C., the world's oldest association football club still in operation, is founded in Sheffield, England. (1857)
The First Transcontinental Telegraph, line across the United States, is completed, spelling the end for the 18-month-old Pony Express. (1861)
Annie Edson Taylor becomes the first person to go over Niagara Falls, in a barrel. (1901)
Orville Wright, remains in the air 9 minutes and 45 seconds in a Wright Glider, at Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. (1911)
Battle of Caporetto; Italy suffers a catastrophic defeat by the forces of Austria-Hungary and Germany on the Austro-Italian front of World War I (lasts until 19 November - also called Twelfth Battle of the Isonzo). (1917)
Harry Houdini's last performance, which is at the Garrick Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. (1926)
"Black Thursday" stock market crash on the New York Stock Exchange. (1929)
The George Washington Bridge opens to public traffic. (1931)
The Provisional Government of Free India formally declared war on Britain and the United States of America. (1943)
World War II: The Japanese aircraft carrier Zuikaku and the battleship Musashi are sunk by American aircraft in the Battle of Leyte Gulf. (1944)
Founding of the United Nations (1945)
A camera on board the V-2 No. 13 rocket takes the first photograph of earth from outer space. (1946)
Walt Disney testifies before the House Un-American Activities Committee, naming Disney employees he believes to be communists. (1947)
The cornerstone of the United Nations Headquarters is laid. (1949)
Dwight D. Eisenhower pledges United States support to South Vietnam (1954)
Yom Kippur War ends (1973)
Veterans Day is observed on the fourth Monday in October for the seventh and last time. (The holiday is once again observed on November 11 beginning the following year.) (1977)
The government of Poland legalizes the Solidarity trade union. (1980)
Nezar Hindawi is sentenced to 45 years in prison, the longest sentence handed down by a British court, for the attempted bombing on an El Al flight at Heathrow. After the verdict, the United Kingdom breaks diplomatic relations with Syria, claiming that Hindawi is helped by Syrian officials. (1986)
The Toronto Blue Jays become the first Major League Baseball team based outside the United States to win the World Series. (1992)
Police arrest spree killers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, ending the Beltway sniper attacks in the area around Washington, DC. (2002)
Concorde makes its last commercial flight. (2003)
Hurricane Wilma makes landfall in Florida resulting in 35 direct 26 indirect fatalities and causing $20.6B USD in damage. (2005)
"Bloody Friday" saw many of the world's stock exchanges experience the worst declines in their history, with drops of around 10% in most indices. (2008)