Bean Day is observed next on Friday, January 6th, 2023 (231 days from today).
Which is Bean Day?
Bean Day was celebrated on January 6 every year. Sometime there is a day with none of special thing or a clear origin. Maybe no one know about its origin and cause. However, this day receive a lot of recognition from Ecard companies and calendar oriented sites.
The Origin of Bean Day
As you know, Paula Bowen is the originator of Bean Day. She started it because January is so bleak, and did not have many holidays for people. Therefore, we needed a holiday to celebrate Mr. Bean. Her father was a Pinto bean farmer, so she grew up with beans and eating them every day.
Besides that, there are many holidays call “Bean Days” on the internet. They are mainly from local farming communities celebrating the harvest of the bean. There is no one exact date for these numerous local events.
Bean Day Activities
We suggest that you celebrate this day by eating beans. After all, beans are good for our heart.
Plant of the day: Beans and beans
Recipe of the day: Three Bean Salad and Boston Baked Beans.
In addition, there are several ways to celebrate Bean Day such as newlyweds can add a few beans to their bean jar today or gardeners can enjoy this day surfing through seed catalogs to select beans to grow in the spring, or teachers can talk some stories relating beans or use bean seeds for learning, etc.
ObservedBean Day has been observed annually on January 6th.
Wednesday, January 6th, 2021
Thursday, January 6th, 2022
Friday, January 6th, 2023
Saturday, January 6th, 2024
Monday, January 6th, 2025