National Mail Order Gardening Month on January, 2023: January is national what month in the US?
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National Bath Safety Month / National Blood Donor Month / National Braille
Literacy Month / National Hobby Month / Hot Tea Month / National Oatmeal Month / National Soup Month
January is “Poverty in America Awareness Month”
National Book Month / National Diet Month / Prune Breakfast Month / Fat Free Living
Month International Coffee Gourmet Month /Dried Plum Breakfast Month / Bread Machine Baking Month / National Egg month / National Fiber Focus Month / National Mail Order / Gardening / Month / National Retail Bakers Month / Wheat Bread Month / National Eye Health Care / National Hot Tea Month National Volunteer Blood Donor Month / Oatmeal Month
January is . . . . National Careers in Cosmetology Month / National Fiber Focus Month
i blv there r more.
is there calendar displaying national recognition weeks?
Try this one:
Here is an example for Jan 2006
National Eye Health Care Month
National Hobby Month
National Soup Month
National Staying Healthy Month
National Thank You Month
National Book Month
Hot Tea Month
Human Resource Month
March of Dimes Birth Defects Prevention Month
Prune Breakfast Month
Volunteer Blood Donor Month
Bald Eagle Watch Month
Bread Machine Baking Month
Celebration of Life Month
Fat Free Living Month
Get Over It Month
It's OK to be Different Month
Love Yourself Month
Clean Up Your Computer Month
Mail Order Gardening Month
Personal Self-Defense Month
Poverty in America Month
Reaching Your Potential Month
Yours, Mine & Ours Month
National Stamp Collectors Month
International Printing Month
Autism Awareness Month
International Creativity Month
Celebrate the Past Month
Clinical Trial Awareness Month
Coffee Gourmet International Month
Bath Safety Month
Crime Stoppers Month
National Letter Writing Month
Blended Family Month
National Candy Month
National Hot Tea Month
National Polka Month
Celebration of Life Week- Week One
Law Enforcement Training Week (Always the first full week of the year)- Week One
Lose Weight, Feel Great Week - Week One
Universal Letter Writing Week- Week Two
National Thank-Your-Customers Week- Week Two
School Crossing Guard Week- Week Two
Someday We'll Laugh About This Week- Week Two
Special Education Week- Week Three
Cuckoo Dancing Week- Week Three
National Fresh Squeeze Juice Week- Week Three
Healthy Weight Week- Week Three
National Glaucoma Week- Week Four
National Meat Week- Week Four
Kiss A Shark Week -Week Four (Please don't really kiss a shark.)
Hot Air Balloon Week - Week Four
Catholic Schools Week - 29 thru Feb.4
It is not in a calendar form, and it has more than medical stuff....but it is a start....
Ah, here is a better one!
Is there any British Nationals here who married a Filipina in the Philippines?
My parents! (British Father, Filipina Mother)
It depends on if you wll be having a civil or church wedding.
My best advice is to visit the British Embassy in Manila as soon as possible.
Or visit the website: www.britishembassy.gov.uk/philippines.
You can also try looking up for the local British warden in you area. He or she will help in assisting with a British national in the area. They are more than willing to help you out and they do not charge for assistance. They are officially appointed/assigned by the British Embassy in Manila and they are listed with the Embassy as well.
British Embassy Manila Contact Details:
15th - 17th Floors
L V Locsin Building
6752 Ayala Avenue
Makati City 1226
(63) (2) 580 8700
(63) (2) 819 7206
08.00 – 16.45
Monday – Thursday
08.00 – 13.00
(except during Embassy Holidays)
You can contact the Press and Public Affairs Section of the Embassy if you wish to receive information in Filipino or Tagalog.
Here are some other helpful things you might want to know:
If a British citizen wishes to marry in the Philippines, one must produce, to the authorities, a Certificate of No Impediment stating that you are free to marry.
This can be obtained from your local Registrar of Marriages in the United Kingdom, or from the British Embassy in the Philippines. In the latter case, in order to satisfy the provisions of both Philippine and British law, it will require a minimum of 42 clear days for the Certificate to be issued.
If your marriage is to be performed in the Philippines, the Consular Section of the British Embassy can issue a CNI acceptable to the Philippine authorities. This can be done on the day you apply if you can produce a CNI issued by your local Registrar of Marriages in the United Kingdom. (The Registrar will require you to appear personally before him and your Notice of Marriage will have to be posted on his notice board for 22 days before he can issue a CNI). Please note that a CNI issued in the United Kingdom should be presented to this Embassy within 3 months of it being issued. (taken from the consular section of the website, sorry cant copy and paste it all. Just too long!)
Reminder: When making a visit to the Embassy refrain from bringing in items, such as a handbag, cellular/mobile phones, as for security reasons these are prohibited inside the embassy. Please bring your passport and documents.
As I repeat, my best advice is for you to contact the British Embassy in Manila or visit the website I have posted above.
Good Luck, God bless and Congratulations in advance!