Flag Day & National Bomb Pop Day

Did you know that there is a chance we could NOT have rec­og­nized Flag Day this year? Or any year, for that mat­ter. Flag Day is cel­e­brated on June 14 and com­mem­o­rates the adop­tion of the red, white and blue flag we pledge alle­giance to. In 1916, Pres­i­dent Woodrow Wil­son issued the procla­ma­tion offi­cially estab­lish­ing June 14 as Flag Day, yet it is not an offi­cial fed­eral hol­i­day. Each year, it is at the President’s dis­cre­tion to pro­claim the offi­cial observance.

Thank­fully, we have some­thing to cel­e­brate this year! Parades are one of the most com­mon ways to cel­e­brate Flag Day, with the longest-running Flag Day parade tak­ing place in Quincy, Mass­a­chu­setts. This parade began in 1952 and is still going strong.

Red White & Blue Bunny Rice Krispy Ice Cream Treats

A fun and fes­tive treat to take along with you to cel­e­brate the red, white and blue are Red White and Blue Bunny Rice Krispies Ice Cream Treats. Also, a fla­vor­ful way to cel­e­brate our flag is the Bomb Pop; a red, white and blue dose of cool good­ness. Coin­ci­den­tally, the Bomb Pop has its own day of cel­e­bra­tion — the last Thurs­day of June to be exact. Grab some Bomb Pops and cel­e­brate National Bomb Pop Day and Flag Day this week!

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