2017 Walk Around Things Day

Annual Fall

4th April

List of Walk Around Things Day dates by year

20184th AprilWednesday
20194th AprilThursday
20204th AprilSaturday
20214th AprilSunday
20224th AprilMonday
20234th AprilTuesday
20244th AprilThursday
20254th AprilFriday
20264th AprilSaturday
20274th AprilSunday

Walk Around Things Day is an important day to avoid problems and risks, by simply walking around the potential problem. You wouldn't walk under a ladder, would you? Then, it is also wise to walk around objects, especially those that pose risk or danger.

National Walk Around Things Day is celebrated each year on April 4. This day is open to interpretation as our research found little information regarding this holiday.

Walk Around Things Day

This day may be looked at both figuratively and literally. Literally, one would not walk through a puddle of water or mud, you would walk around it. You would not walk under a ladder or over broken glass, you would walk around it. Figuratively, one would “walk around” avoiding certain problems or potential problems. You would also “walk around” avoiding arguments, certain situations or unwanted or uncomfortable conversations. It very well could be, that the meaning of this holiday was meant to be, a walk around things such as the neighborhood, a park or possibly the mall.




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