International Reggae Day is a day to celebrate the Jamaican culture, their Reggae music, and the impact of Jamaican culture and music on other cultures all around the Earth.
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“The first World Music Day was held in France in 1982 after a suggestion made by American musician Joel Cohen in 1976. He suggested to celebrate the beginning of summer solstice with an all-night music celebration in France.” Source: http://publicholiday.org/calendar/world-music-day/
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May 18th has been known as National Museum Day since 1977.
Today is the day for everyone to go out to a local museum and learn all kinds of new and fascinating things about history they may have never known before.
Museums have so many different things to learn about from cars, to jewelry, to paintings, to music, and so much more!
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