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    NATIONAL SCAVENGER HUNT DAY Marked annually on May 24, National Scavenger Hunt Day is set aside as a day to enjoy the good ol’ fashioned fun of a scavenger hunt. American gossip columnist, author, songwriter and professional hostess Elsa Maxwell (May 24, 1883 – November 1, 1963) is credited with the introduction of the scavenger hunt for use as a party game in the modern era. A scavenger hunt is a game where teams are challenged to “scavenge” for a list of odd items. Participants are not allowed to buy the objects and depending on where the hunt takes place may have to beg, barter or work for them. Some scavenger hunts add riddles to each item increasing the difficulty of the game. The team with the most items, or the first to complete the list, wins. HOW TO OBSERVE Scavenger hunts have become popular at weekend get-togethers, parties, family gatherings and holidays. However, this would be a great day to have a scavenger hunt at the office or put one together for the neighborhood kids and let the fun begin. Use #ScavengerHuntDay to post on social media. HISTORY Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Scavenger Hunt Day. NATIONAL ESCARGOT DAY National Escargot Day is observed each year on May 24th. This day is in honor of the famous French dish of cooked land snails. Escargot is enjoyed by many. However, it is an acquired taste. It is usually served as an appetizer in French restaurants. Escargot {es.kar.go} is the French word for snail. The dish of Escargot is usually prepared by removing the land snails from their shells, cooking them with garlic, butter and wine. They are then placed back into their shells with the sauce for serving. The dish is served with a special fork and tong for easier dining. Escargot are high in protein and low in fat (without the butter). HOW TO OBSERVE Enjoy this Escargot in Wine recipe. Use #NationalEscargotDay to post on social media. HISTORY Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Escargot Day.
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    145th day of 2016 - 221 remaining Tuesday, May 24, 2016 BOBBY ZIMMERMAN DAY
  4. 5-24-16 Shot of the DAY

    A Colorful Past Photograph by Aashit Desai, National Geographic Your Shot Built in the early 20th century by affluent members of the Dawoodi Bohra community of Muslim traders, these houses add color and resplendence to a neighborhood in Sidhpur, in the Indian state of Gujarat. Known as havelis, the homes’ architecture reveals baroque, Gothic, British colonial, and art deco influences. Despite the age and condition of many of the buildings, they are treasured for their historical and architectural significance.
  5. Weather 5-24-16

    Rain today, heat tomorrow.