2017 Old Rock Day

Annual Fall

7th January

List of Old Rock Day dates by year

20187th JanuarySunday
20197th JanuaryMonday
20207th JanuaryTuesday
20217th JanuaryThursday
20227th JanuaryFriday
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20247th JanuarySunday
20257th JanuaryTuesday
20267th JanuaryWednesday
20277th JanuaryThursday

A Japanese dish, made up of typically either seafood or vegetables that are battered and deep fried and enjoyed by millions of people across the nation, has its own special day each year on January 7th when we celebrate National Tempura Day.

Old Rock Day is an opportunity to enjoy and appreciate old rocks and fossils. Perhaps you can start a rock collection. You can go out on a field trip in search of old fossils (the rock kind). Or, if you choose, you can just play with old rocks.

Old Rock Day

There are a lot of fun-filled, yet ill-defined, wild and wacky holidays. This is one of them. There is little information available on what this day was truly meant to mean. So, the interpretation and the means of celebration is left up to you.

By definition, fossils are old rocks. Jewelry stones are old rocks. And, coal is an old rock, too. You can celebrate any or all of these old rocks today.




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