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Important planning dates to be celebrated


Either my Google skills are failing me, or there isn't an easily-locatable list of important planning-related dates out on the Internet or here in Cyburbia (historical and otherwise). Dates like:

Earth Day (April 22)
Jane Jacob's Birthday (May 4)
Bike to Work Week (May 13–17, 2019)
Bike to Work Day (May 17, 2019)
National Public Works Week (Was May 20-26, 2018. 2019 - ???)
World Environment Day (June 5th)
National Dump The Pump Day (Was June 21, 2018. 2019 - ???)
National Farmer's Day (October 12)
World Food Day (October 16)
Planning Month (October)

The APA Timeline has good historical information (https://www.planning.org/timeline/) but most of those dates are not ones that rise to the level of regular recognition.

So, what are the dates that we as planners should recognize on a yearly basis?