30 Jun
2016

July 2016 Events and Holidays

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Wel­come to JULY peo­ple! It’s get­ting hot in here! If you’re look­ing for some­thing to do between all the yard sales and bar­be­cues, we’ve got some ideas! For instance, July is not just Nation­al Grilling, Hot Dog and Ice Cream Mon­th, it’s also Inde­pen­dent Retail­ers Mon­th! Hey, that’s us! Also up this mon­th is I For­got Day (July 2), Inter­na­tion­al Kiss­ing Day (July 6),  Nation­al French Fries Day (July 13) and Nation­al Tequi­la Day (July 24)! Birth­days this mon­th include Robert Hein­lein(July 7), Hunter S. Thomp­son (July 18), Har­ry Pot­ter and J.K. Rowl­ing (both July 31). Speak­ing of Har­ry and Rowl­ing, The Cursed Child hits our shelves at 12:01 AM on July 31ST! If you pre-order soon, you can still join us for our Mid­night Release Par­ty! (Co host­ed with Cof­fee Tree, because they are great peo­ple!!) For more infor­ma­tion or more hol­i­days, keep read­ing!

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July is the mon­th of many things, includ­ing AC Appre­ci­a­tion Days, Nation­al Dog House Repairs Mon­th, Nation­al Grilling Mon­th, Nation­al Ice Cream Mon­th, Nation­al Hot Dog Mon­th, and Nation­al Inde­pen­dent Retail­ers Mon­th!! Start the par­ty!

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Okay, so there’s a few extra days in this “week” but why are you even count­ing? First up this mon­th is Canada Day (July 1)! It’s the same day that the movie ver­sion of The BFG hits the the­aters!!! Next up is I For­got Day and World UFO Day which are very con­ve­nient­ly on the same day so that you can for­get about the UFOs. (both July 2)

Get the grills out for Inde­pen­dence Day! But make sure to include some veg­e­tar­i­an options, since it is also Inde­pen­dence From Meat Day (Both July 4). Seri­ous­ly, who thought that one up? Not eat meat on one of the biggest grilling days of the year. YEAH RIGHT. *ahem* I mean. Go you! You do that awe­some meat free thing!!

Make sure you load up on sun­screen for Bikini Day (July 5)! All bod­ies are Bikini Bod­ies. But they don’t all have to be crispy lob­ster bod­ies. Only YOU can pre­vent skin fires.

Inter­na­tion­al Kiss­ing Day and Take Your Web­mas­ter to Lunch Day share the box on the cal­en­dar (both July 6), so you might as well mul­ti-task and make that a hot lunch date, yo.

Birth­days this week include:
Indi­ana Jones (July 1), Franz Kafka (July 3), Robert Hein­lein  and Dr. Wat­son (both July 7).

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It’s time for the CUTEST HOLIDAY EVER: Ted­dy Bears Pic­nic Day (July 10)! And then there’s Nation­al French Fries Day (July 13) or you know, ‘MURICA FRIES DAY if you’re so inclined. It’s also Inter­na­tion­al Town Criers Day (also on July 13) and I hon­est­ly can’t tell you why that’s still a thing any­more. I vote we all just spend the day watch­ing John Stew­ard and John Oliv­er hash out the news.

St. Swithin’s Day is July 15th, and then Nation­al Ven­tril­o­quism Week is from July 13th-16th. That’s not a whole week, we know, but I guess July is also TIME DOESN’T MATTER mon­th. Oh. also. Who is super excit­ed about the new Ghost­buster Movie???? It hits the the­aters on the 15th!

Birth­days this week include:
E.B. White (July 11), Hen­ry David Thore­au (July 12), and Patrick Stewart/Jean-Luc Picard (both July 13).

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This week is Nation­al Zookeep­er Week (July 17–23), so make sure you go say hi to all those love­ly peo­ple who decid­ed to get paid to hang out with adorable and some­times scary ani­mals. And also some­times pick up poop. In fact, July 17th is Nation­al Ice Cream Day, so go say hi on the 17th and then hit up Allegheny Ice Cream right out­side the Zoo. Their hot­dogs are AMAZING. (It’s also Nation­al Hot Dog Mon­th, remem­ber??? DO IT ALL!)

Next up is Nation­al Lol­lipop Day (July 20) and then on the 22nd, it’s Casu­al Pi Day, Rat Catcher’s Day AND ALSO Star Trek Beyond hits the the­aters. Oh and then it’s Nation­al Hot Dog Day (July 23) so may­be go have some more hot dogs. again. NO REGRETS.

Birth­days this mon­th include:
Hunter S. Thomp­son (July 18), Cor­mac McCarthy (July 20), Ernest Hem­ing­way (July 21), and Daniel Rad­clif­fe (July 23).

 

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This week starts strong with Nation­al Tequi­la Day (July 24) and we have just the recipe for you! Check out Kards Unlim­it­eds’ Killer Tequi­la San­gria to get the par­ty start­ed HOOOOOO. The next day is Mer­ry Go Round Day (July 25) so make sure you get all that tequi­la out of your sys­tem or it could  be a nasty ride. Next up is Bar­bie in a Blender Day (What. the. what.) and Walk on Stilts Day (both July 27).

On July 30th we’re hav­ing our MIDNIGHT RELEASE PARTY for Har­ry Pot­ter and the Cursed Child!! If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy yet, call us ASAP! The book will be dis­trib­ut­ed at 12:01 AM on July 31st! Haven’t heard about the Mid­night Release Par­ty yet? Here’s some infor­ma­tion for you!

Birth­days this week include:
Alexan­dre Dumas (July 24), Beat­rix Pot­ter (July 28), Neville Long­bot­tom (July 30), and Har­ry Pot­ter and J.K. Rowl­ing (both 31).

30 Apr
2016

May 2016 Events and Holidays

MayWel­come to May! Time for flow­ers and spring time! And Pick­les!
“What? Pick­les?” you may ask. “Yes. Pick­les,” I say to you.

May is packed full of fun things, includ­ing but not lim­it­ed to: Children’s Book Week (May 2- 8), May the Fourth, aka Star Wars Day (May 4, clear­ly), No Pants Day (May 6), Nation­al Chick­en Dance Day (May 14),  Nation­al Minia­ture Golf Day (May 21),  and Geek Pride Day (May 25) just to name a few! Oh, and let’s not for­get Mother’s Day on May 8th! Do you have your card and gift yet???

Keep read­ing for a list­ing of all of the events and hol­i­days in May!

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May is Get Caught Read­ing Mon­th! What hap­pens when you get caught read­ing? Do the lords of lore come and give you a shiny gold star? May­be you get mag­i­cal book pow­ers like the girl from Ink Heart! Or may­be, real­ly, every time some­one catch­es you read­ing they think you’re one very cool and well round­ed indi­vid­u­al. Shout out to all the friends and lovers who met their oth­er half over the bind­ing of a book! This mon­th is for you!

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The first week in May is both Children’s Book Week AND Teacher Appre­ci­a­tion Week (May 2–8)!! So cel­e­brate your favorite teacher by read­ing one book they taught you to love. And then may­be send them a note to say thanks!

Oth­er hol­i­days this week include May Day, Bat­man Day, and Moth­er Goose Day, all on May 1st! May 1st is also the Pitts­burgh Marathon, so if you’re not run­ning or cheer­ing, you may want to con­sid­er not leav­ing your house because all the roads will be closed. Just say­ing.
On May 3rd,  Court of Misty and Fury by Sarah J. Mass is being released.

This week is also host to May the Fourth (May 4) aka Star Wars Day! May the Fourth be with you! Next up is Cin­co de Qua­tro (May 5) and  the Ken­tucky Der­by, Tuba Day and No Pants Day (all on May 6). We’re also SUPER EXCITED about CIVIL WAR hit­ting the­aters on May 6!!! Oh my gosh! We already have tick­ets!

Birth­days this week include: 
Joseph Heller (May 1), Alice who went to Won­der­land (May 4), Leo Lion­ni (May 5), and Sig­mund Freud (May 6)

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First and Fore­most this week, there is Mother’s Day (May 8)! Make sure you give your mum as much love as she deserves! And if you’ve for­got­ten to buy your card and gift, we’ll be open from 10 to 5 that day.
Also this week is World Bel­ly­dance Day (May 9), Lim­er­ick Day (May 12), and Nation­al Chick­en Dance Day (May 14).

Birth­days this week include:
Kat­niss Everdeen (May 8), Peter Bench­ley (May 8), J.M. Bar­rie (May 9), Ker­mit the Frog (May  9), Lisa Simp­son (May 9), Daph­ne de Mau­ri­er (May 13), Robert Pat­tin­son (May 13), Steven Col­bert (May 13), George Lucas (May 14)

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Okay, here’s where we get to the PICKLES! I bet you were won­der­ing when that would come up. It’s Inter­na­tion­al Pick­le Week (May 14- 25)!!! It’s also Amer­i­can Craft Beer Week (May 16 — 22), and Nation­al Back­yard Games Week (May 18 — 25) so I sense a real­ly good back­yard par­ty with lots of games, beer and cook­ies in our future!

Next up is Nation­al Choco­late Chip Day (May 14), Nation­al Sea Mon­key Day (May 16), Nation­al Piz­za Par­ty Day (May 20) and Eliza Doolit­tle Day (May 20)!
We’ll hope­ful­ly see you all at 3 Rivers Comi­con (May 21–22) and Food Truck-a-palooza (May 21) this week­end. If you’re not into comics or food (what is wrong with you but okay) you could cel­e­brate Nation­al Minia­ture Golf Day (May 21) or join in the fun at Ven­ture Out­doors Fest (May 21)!
Birth­days this week include:
The love­ly own­er of this fan­tas­tic store! Sir Boss-Lady Kris­ten cel­e­brates her birth­day on May 15th! Stop by and buy some­thing! She’d love that!
Oth­er birth­days are L. Frank Baum (May 15) and Tina Fey (May 18).

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Start your week off right at BOOK CLUB! Cards Unlim­it­ed Book club will be meet­ing at 6pm on May 22nd to dis­cuss The Adven­tures of Sher­lock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Coin­ci­den­tal­ly, may 22nd is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s birth­day, so we’re super excit­ed to be cel­e­brat­ing by read­ing this book.

Two books that we’re pret­ty excit­ed about come out this week: The City of Mir­rors (The Pas­sage Tril­o­gy) by Justin Cron­in and The Last Star of the Fifth Wave Series by Rick Yancey (both May 24). Geek Pride Day and Tow­el Day are both May 25. And then on the 27th, X-Men: Apoc­apl­y­se hits the the­aters!!!!!!
If that isn’t excit­ing enough for you, hit up the Pyro Fest over the week­end (May 28 — 29)!

Birth­days this week include:
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (May 22), Scott O’Dell (May 23), Sook­ie Stack­house (May 24), Cook­ie Mon­ster (May 24), Dashiell Ham­mett (May 27) and Ian Flem­ing (May 28).

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It’s Memo­ri­al Day (May 30)! AND THEN, NEIL GAIMAN IS RELEASING A NEW BOOKThe View From the Cheap Seats (May 31)!

Birth­days this week include:
Mel Blanc (May 30)

20 Apr
2016

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Hap­py 420 dudes!!  Today ston­ers across the Unit­ed States will unite by fir­ing up a joint in sup­port for mar­i­jua­na.  Flocks will gath­er at large meet ups in cities where mar­i­jua­na is legal­ized.  Med­i­c­i­nal mar­i­jua­na stores will sell out of their spe­cial baked goods.  Fast food loca­tions will be crowd­ed with hun­gry, enthu­si­as­tic cit­i­zens.  Cel­e­bra­tion for this crop will be seen every­where!

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Let’s take a peek about the orig­in of 4/20.  Dur­ing the 1970s, a group of young-ins in Cal­i­for­ni­awant­ed to estab­lish a way to score cannabis crops.  This group, also known as the Wal­dos, meet at 4:20PM in front of the Louis Pas­teur stat­ue to dis­cuss the where­abouts of this rumored aban­doned crop.  After many failed attempts to find the crop, 4:20 stuck as a code word for mar­i­jua­na.  The spread of the code word has been attrib­ut­ed to Dead­heads that attend­ed neigh­bor­ing schools.

Nowa­days, more and more peo­ple are embrac­ing the mar­i­jua­na cul­ture.  In Col­orado, the mar­i­jua­na mar­ket gen­er­at­ed over $63 mil­lion in tax rev­enue with an addi­tion­al $13 mil­lion in licens­es and fees.  As states con­tin­ue to fight for mar­i­jua­na legal­iza­tion, the future is look­ing green.

Inter­est­ing­ly enough, the traf­fic sign “420” is rou­tine­ly stolen across the Unit­ed States.  The Col­orado Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion was so fed up with the thiev­ery that they replaced the sign with one read­ing “419.99.”  You will find this trend in oth­er states too!

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1 Apr
2016

April Events and Holidays

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Wel­come, dear Read­ers, to the beau­ti­ful mon­th of April. It is the mon­th of flow­ers, of Trick­sters and of Grilled Cheese! This mon­th is absolute­ly packed with fun spring things! High­lights include:  Nation­al Peanut but­ter and Jel­ly Day (April 2), Tekko (April 7 — 10), Nation­al Library Week (April 10–16), Drop Every­thing and Read Day (April 12) and Talk Like Shake­speare Day (April 23)! There are PILES more hol­i­days and events, so keep on read­ing!

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April is the mon­th of many things! It’s Alco­hol Aware­ness Mon­th, Grilled Cheese Mon­th, Knuck­le Down Mon­th and STDs Mon­th! What an inter­est­ing com­bo! Basi­cal­ly, knuck­le down, and edu­cate your­self. Then cel­e­brate with Grilled Cheese! Sounds good to us!

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April starts off string with like 6 hol­i­days in the first TWO DAYS! On April 1st, you can choose to cel­e­brate April Fools Day or Nation­al Fun at Work Day! Or you can be everyone’s favorite trick­ster-cowork­er and cel­e­brate both! On April 2nd, it’s Inter­na­tion­al Children’s Book Day, Tweed Day, Nation­al Peanut­but­ter and Jel­ly Day, and Inter­na­tion­al Pil­low Fight Day! If you feel like trav­el­ing a wee bit, you can hit up the 39th Annu­al Maple Syrup Fes­ti­val in Mey­ers­dale, PA. It’s fab-tac­tic road trip weath­er, right?

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This week is Nation­al Robot­ics Week (April 2 — 10)! So grab your WD-20 and get chug­ging! Wait. What?
On April 6th, we’re pret­ty inter­est­ed in the Speak Freely with John Fet­ter­man event. World Health Day is on April 7th, the same day as the start of Tekko!! Cel­e­brate Nation­al Sib­lings Day (April 10th) hang­ing out with your favorite sib­ling! Make sure to Insta­gram all those pics you take so your oth­er sib­lings know what’s up!

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It’s Nation­al Library Week! It’s like the BEST WEEK OF THE WHOLE YEAR. This week is also jam-packed full of things: Bar­ber­shop Quar­tet Day (April 11), Drop Every­thing and Read Day (April 12), Scrab­ble Day (April 13), Nation­al That Sucks Day (April 15), Record Store Day and Nation­al Wear your Paja­mas to Work Day (both April 16).

There are a num­ber of fun things hap­pen­ing around the city, also! The Jun­gle Book (the new ver­sion) will be hit­ting the­aters April 15, the same night as Carnegie Sci­ence Center’s 21+ Night, themed SCI FI!  <3
The Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val of Col­ors is on the 16th. Or, if you’re look­ing for more Rough and Row­dy events, check out the Steel City Roller Der­by Game (also April 16)!

Shadyside peo­ple will be excit­ed to know that on Sat­ur­day, April 16th the 4th Annu­al Bark Shadyside Pup Walk, the 6th Annu­al Great Shadyside Yard Sale and the sec­ond Shadyside appear­ance of The Neigh­bor­hood Flea is hap­pen­ing from 9am — 2pm in the Lib­er­ty School Park­ing Lot (cor­ner of Ivy & Ellsworth)!!!!

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Start the week off on a high note: It’s 420 (April 20) and Nation­al HIGH Five Day (April 21)! Earth Day is April 22, but Pitts­burgh will be cel­e­brat­ing Earth Day from the 21st to the 24th. 
Talk Like Shake­speare Day is April 23. Passover starts on the 23rd as well, and goes on through the 30th.
Need your film fix? Hunts­man: Winter’s War opens April 22nd!

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It’s Admin­is­tra­tive Pro­fes­sion­al Day and Morse Code Day on April 27! Say a big old thanks to the peo­ple who keep the world run­ning smooth­ly with some beeps and bops and boops! Plant a tree on Arbor Day (April 29)! And then, the Nation­al Pie Cham­pi­onships hap­pen! And Inter­na­tion­al Jazz Day! Pies and Jazz! Both on April 30th! You can also get your spring-time Hal­loween fix and cel­e­brate Walpur­gis Night (also April 30).
We are ridicu­lous­ly excit­ed for one movie in par­tic­u­lar this week­end: Keanu hits the­aters April 29! It’s a fun­ny John Wick with a kit­ten. Seri­ous­ly. So. Excit­ed. Check out this trail­er.

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That’s it folks! Hap­py April!

16 Mar
2016

Easter Is On Its Way!

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We have tons of East­er gifts and good­ies, so stop by today to fill your East­er Bas­ket!

14 Mar
2016

To mathematics and delicious pies!

To all my fel­low nerds out there, Hap­py Pi Day!!

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Today marks the cel­e­bra­tion of pi (3.141592653)!  Yay, pi!!!  Some peo­ple might be ask­ing why pi has its own hol­i­day?  Well, pie appears in math­e­mat­i­cal for­mu­las all over the place.  You can find it woven into the fab­ric of the Uni­verse or in the shape of an actu­al pie. One physi­cist decid­ed that its so spe­cial it deserves its own hol­i­day and we agree!!

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Our famous sci­en­tists fin­ger pup­pets-many of the research con­duct­ed by this crew would not have been pos­si­ble with­out Pi.

Pi Day serves as an awe­some day to make numer­ous math and food relat­ed puns!  Impress your friends by try­ing to say as many puns as pos­si­ble or show off your math knowl­edge by recit­ing the num­ber of dig­its of Pi you know.

Pi Day Fun Fact:  Pi Day offi­cial­ly starts at 1:59 PM on March 14th.  The com­bined date and time results in 3.14159.

March 14th is known as the birth­day of Albert Ein­stein (physics god).  Ein­stein is known for his influ­en­tial work on rel­a­tiv­i­ty and his famous equa­tion, E=mc2. In 1921, Ein­stein was award­ed the Nobel Prize in physics in recog­ni­tion for his work in the sci­ences.  Ein­stein was a pas­sion­ate music lover and once said “If I were not a physi­cist, I would prob­a­bly be a musi­cian.  I often think in music.”

PI Day


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Cel­e­brate Einstein’s birth­day by pur­chas­ing our col­lec­tion of Ein­stein mer­chan­dise.  Try pur­chas­ing our Ein­stein inspired mug so you can pon­der physics every morn­ing.  Then pur­chase our pun­ny mints to fresh­en your breath in a nerdy way!

Math not your thing?  No wor­ries!  Cel­e­brate Pi Day by cre­at­ing a scrump­tious pie treat?   While mak­ing the pie, pay close atten­tion to the geom­e­try of the dessert. At Kards Unlim­it­ed, we sell a vari­ety of cook­books with fan­tas­tic pie recipes.  I will be cre­at­ing a pie today and detail­ing my jour­ney in this week’s spe­cial edi­tion of Bak­ing with Kards!  Also, pick up KU’s Pi Day themed card to send to all of your nerdy/pie enthu­si­as­tic friends!

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Math­e­mat­ics is a won­der­ful tool that helps us explore the phys­i­cal world around us.  I invite you to reflect on all objects cir­cu­lar and the num­ber Pi today.  Or you can just send this awe­some Pi Day Pun meme to all of your friends.

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1 Mar
2016

March 2016 Calendar of Events

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Bring it on, March! The East­er Bun­ny has already made a stop here at Kards Unlim­it­ed to make sure we’re all ready for his favorite day, and we got gold stars! .…Well, gold car­rots, any­way. But there are plen­ty of oth­er rea­sons to have a par­ty this mon­th! Like  Pig Day (March 1), What if Cats had Oppos­able Thumbs Day(March 3), the expect­ed release of Anne Bishop’s Marked in Flesh and Cas­san­dra Clare’s Lady Mid­night (both March 8), Inter­na­tion­al Day of Awe­some­ness (March 10), Nap­ping Day (March 14), and Extrater­res­tri­al Abduc­tions Day (March 20)! Keep read­ing for even more fun!

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So, the very first hol­i­day of the mon­th is Pig Day (March 1)! This is prob­a­bly a great rea­son to give up on your diet from the very start and just eat all the bacon. We’ll be cel­e­brat­ing Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) in the store, so come on by and wear a sil­ly hat with us. What if Cats had Oppos­able Thumbs is a real hol­i­day. The inter­net says so! Whiskey Tan­go Fox­trot hits the­aters on the 4th (Which is also Toy Sol­dier Day), so make sure you stop by to pick up a copy of the book first! Oh, and make sure you check out Tapescape at the Children’s muse­um this mon­th!

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Cas­san­dra Clare and Anne Bish­op both release a new book on the 8th! Lady Mid­night and Marked in Flesh, respec­tive­ly. If you aren’t into spend­ing the whole of the week read­ing, don’t wor­ry. This week also hosts Mid­dle Name Pride Day, Inter­na­tion­al Day of Awe­some­ness, Mar­io Day (all on March 10th),  and Inter­na­tion­al Fan­ny Pack Day (March 12)! Of course you could always pack those AWESOME BOOKS into your FANNY PACK and cel­e­brate every­thing all at once!

FYI, Dis­ney on Ice is in town this week! Frozen will be at the Con­sol on the 10th through the 13th!! Seri­ous­ly we are so excit­ed.

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Day­light Sav­ings starts this week off right! (March 13) Or very wrong. Seri­ous­ly, why is this a thing?Good thing the next day is Nap­ping Day and Pi day (both March 14). This week, we also cel­e­brate (kind of?) The Ides of March (March 14), St. Patrick’s Day (March 17), Awk­ward Moments Day (March 18).

This week­end, you’re going to have trou­ble decid­ing what to do with your­self. On Fri­day the 18th, Lit­tle Prince THE MOVIE is com­ing out. Whhaaaat. Also, Alle­giant (from the Diver­gent series) hits the screen.  On Sat­ur­day, fill your­self to gills at the Fleet Awak­ens Food Truck Ral­ly and then head over to the Steel City Roller Der­by game!

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It’s World Folk Tales and Fables Week! On the 20th we cel­e­brate all kinds of neigh­bors far and near, with Extrater­res­tri­al Abduc­tions Day and Won’t You Be My Neigh­bor Day. It’s also the First Day of Spring. (Thank Aslan!) If you’re all about spring and stuff, make sure you check out the 49th Annu­al Ukra­ni­an East­er Egg Sale! The much antic­i­pat­ed Bat­man Vs Super­man hits the the­aters this week (March 25), so make sure you plan that into your week­end!

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Par­ty Hard! It’s East­er (March 27)! Fol­lowed by Pen­cil Day (March 30)! Just don’t mix up your choco­late and your pen­cils.

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27 Feb
2016

It’s Open That Bottle Night!

IMG_8889This Sat­ur­day marks one of my favorite obscure hol­i­days, Open that Bot­tle Night!! You know that bot­tle of wine that you were going to open when you land­ed a full-time job. The bot­tle you bought that cost one pay­check and you planned to open when you ful­filled a life-time achieve­ment. Nowa­days, its just sit­ting in your pantry col­lect­ing dust and judges you every time you see it. Instead of wal­low­ing in sor­row about your life, how about con­sum­ing your select­ed bot­tle as a cel­e­bra­tion of your search and com­mit­ment?

Take a sip from the bot­tle of wine your late grand­fa­ther gave to your as a wed­ding present. Or the fan­cy bot­tle of cham­pag­ne you par­ents gift­ed to you as a grad­u­a­tion gift. Rem­i­nis­ce on the good mem­o­ries while cher­ish­ing the moments with your friends.

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Share the bot­tle with your life-long friends or drink it with a nice dose of Net­flix. Either way, Kards Unlim­it­ed is your des­ti­na­tion to make sure you are cel­e­brat­ing the hol­i­day in the best man­ner.

We have every­thing from wine glass­es with fan­tas­tic say­ings to cock­tail nap­kins.

Use the­se fab­u­lous cock­tail nap­kins to fresh­en your wine teeth. If you drink wine, you are ful­ly aware of the dan­gers of red wine on your pearly whites. Be pre­pared and sub­tle by pur­chas­ing the­se alco­holic bev­er­ages inspired cock­tail nap­kins. You def­i­nite­ly will be thank­ing us when you see your friend rock­ing the wine teeth.

Remind your friends of this per­fect, relax­ing day of cel­e­bra­tion by send­ing them a KU orig­i­nal “Open That Bot­tle Night” card. Now, your friends can join in on the fun!!

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Let us know how your night goes by leav­ing a com­ment at the bot­tom of this page with your prized bev­er­age!!

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