2017 Look for Circles Day

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Look For Circles Day  is today. Go forth, in search of circles. We suspect you will find them everywhere. Looking for circles, is a lot like swimming in a round pool. You go round and round. There's a lots of splashing. But, you don't get anywhere.

Look for Circles Day is celebrated on Novembe2r 0. To take part in Look for Circles Day means to simply follow the instructions of the date. Circles are everywhere. The wheels of cars, bubbles in the bathroom or the mysterious crop circles are only some examples. If you go out on Look for Circles Day you probably will find a lot of more circle than you would ever have expected.

Look for Circles Day

It is possible to turn this funny day into a group activity. Make a challenge with your friends and count the amount of circles each one of you finds at the end of Look for Circles Day. Photos of all the circles can be arranged to a nice collage. The winner might get a circular pizza, cake or jelly. This text has been taken from Calendarholidays.xyz




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