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MDBCs 06 Nov 2023



November 6th 2023 - Holidays and Observances


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Observances (click on the day, BD, or week for details)

All Saints Day (Colombia)

Color the World Orange Day

Constitution Day (Dominican Republic)

Dog Film Festival

Job Action Day

Marooned Without a Compass Day

National Ladies Learning Code Day

National Michele Day

National Nachos Day

National Report Home Health Care Fraud Day

National Team Manager Day

Play Basketball Day

Recreation Day

National Broadcast Traffic Professionals Day


Lamar Odom’s Birthday

Kris Wu’s Birthday

Jackie Oshry’s Birthday

Sal Vulcano’s Birthday

Traci Steele’s Birthday

Emma Rose Sutcliffe’s Birthday

Mike Wolfe’s Birthday

Carl Lentz’s Birthday

Cohen Muse’s Birthday

Baby Fendi’s Birthday

Anna Shumate’s Birthday

Ali-A’s Birthday

Lauren Orlando’s Birthday

Emma Stone’s Birthday

Maria Shriver’s Birthday

Glenn Frey’s Birthday

Pat Tillman’s Birthday

Hannah Rathbun’s Birthday

Sally Field’s Birthday

Speaker Knockerz’s Birthday

Talia Mar’s Birthday

Adolphe Sax’s Birthday

Hero Fiennes Tiffin’s Birthday


Mon Nov 6th, 2023 - Sun Nov 12th, 2023

Great British Game Week

Mon Nov 6th, 2023 - Fri Nov 10th. 2023

Talk Money Week


Fun Observances

Saxophone Day

November 6 is Saxophone Day, an unofficial holiday that celebrates the woodwind instrument popularly used in jazz, classical music, and military ensembles.


The day honors saxophonists and commemorates the birth anniversary of its inventor Adolphe Sax. Born in Belgium in 1814, Sax was an instrument maker and musician who designed and introduced the Saxophone in 1840.

Used Extensively

It was first adopted for use in military bands and soon became a popular instrument played in a concert band and in chamber music. Chamber music is a type of music played by a group of small instruments - ones that usually can fit into a small room or chamber.

Today, the Saxophone is used extensively in jazz and other kinds of dance music and in symphony orchestras around the world.

Many Different Types

The Saxophone comes in many different varieties, though most saxophonists usually use one of the four most popular types. These are tenor, baritone, alto, and soprano saxophones. The tenor saxophone is usually used in jazz and rock music bands, while the baritone saxophone tends to be reserved for jazz solos. The Alto Saxophone is easy to play and therefore used to train beginners. The Soprano plays the highest pitch among all saxophones and is also often played in jazz bands.

Other saxophones include Mezzo Soprano, Sopranino, Tubax, Bass and Contrabass.

World Saxophone Day

In 2015, the Sax Open Project, a group of music composers and saxophonists declared June 12 as the first annual World Saxophone Day. The day is part of the week long World Saxophone Congress and Festival.

How to Celebrate?

  • Are you a saxophonist? Bring out your instrument and play some music with a band or solo for your family and friends.
  • Attend a chamber music, jazz or symphony orchestra concert. Keep an ear out for the Saxophone notes.
  • If you have always wanted to learn how to play the Saxophone, today is the day to get started.

Did You Know…

…that Adolphe Sax was also responsible for inventing the Saxhorn, Saxotromba, and the Saxtuba?






Scene: My cousin Matt and his daughter at Chick-fil-A.

Matt: Can I please get a four-piece kids’ meal with white milk. [Pause] Oh, and gimme an extra white milk.

Clerk: Um … We only have one kind of milk, and it’s pretty white.




I was looking at the pies offered by a nearby café. They had cherry, apple, berry, peach, and Herman’s.

"What type of pie is Herman’s?" I asked the waiter.

"Apple," he said.

"Then why is it called Herman’s pie?"

"Because Herman called in to reserve it."




Days after we invaded Marja, Afghanistan, one of my Marines found out his wife hadn't paid the cell phone bill. He called the company and asked how he could settle up.

"You can go to Western Union and place a money order," the billing agent told him.

"Ma'am, I'm in Marja, Afghanistan," he explained. "We don't have Western Unions."

"No problem. You can also go to Walmart."




After finishing his meal, my grandfather, a retired Marine captain, asked the waitress for the 15 percent discount the restaurant offered veterans.

"Do you need to see my military ID?" he asked.

"That's all right," she said. "I know you were in the military. I can tell by your T-shirt."

Grandpa's shirt read "Welcome to Gettysburg National Military Park."


















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