On This Day Calendar
Bring a touch of historic trivia to each and every morning with this cool and colourful wall calendar. Each day is represented by a square – we know that’s nothing new but wait for this…each square is heat sensitive so when you touch it, the black cover completely disappears to reveal a fun fact about something historical that happened on that very day.
For example, did you know that on the 27th of January 1880 Thomas Edison patented the light bulb? And did you know that on the 3rd of March 1966 The BBC went out in colour for the first time ever? Oh and while you’re there… did you know that on the 15th of August 1965 The Beatles played to nearly 60,000 fans at Shea Stadium in New York City – this event was later seen as marking the birth of stadium rock.
Once the square cools, the fact fades away again. The brilliant thing is, there’s still room to write your reminders and appointments on the day itself as we’ve left enough room for exactly that.
Also, as if On This Day wasn’t brilliant enough, On This Day is a perpetual one so it’ll last indefinitely. Its a perfect gift throughout the year!
On This Day comes packaged in a protective card tube and is suitable for all ages.
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