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March 11th - Featuring Frankenstein Freebies!

By Catherine Mcdiarmid-Watt @frugalfreebies
Image: Frankenstein in the Forest, by Etienne Marais on Pixabay
March 11th is... Frankenstein's Birthday/First Published (1818), National Oatmeal-Nut Waffle Day, Bureau of Indian Affairs Established (1824), National Dream 2019 Day, Debunking Day, Johnny Appleseed Day, National Promposal Day, National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day, World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film, National Eat Your Noodles Day, Key Deer Awareness Day, World Plumbing Day, Ezra Jack Keats/The Snowy Day (1916), National Anti-Drugs Day, National Worship of Tools Day (India), Eight Hours Day (Tasmania), Canberra Day (Australia), Feast of Guari
MORE: Commonwealth Day/Empire Day, Fill Our Staplers Day, National Workplace Napping Day/National Nap Day/National Napping Day, Orthodox Green Monday
PLUS - interesting books to read and free printables, paper crafts, kid crafts, activities, and coloring pages.
Want more Holidays to celebrate? Click for our Index of Holiday Freebies

Image: Frankenstein | Paperback: 144 pages | by Mary Shelley (Author). Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 25, 2017)Frankenstein's Birthday/First Published (1818)
-- Mary Shelley, Percy Shelley, Lord Byron, and John Polidori decided to have a competition to see who could write the best horror story. After thinking for days, Mary dreamt about a scientist who created life and was horrified by what he had made; her dream later evolved into the story within the novel. Terrifying, unnerving, more dangerous than death, Victor Frankenstein's monster has stalked the halls of English literature since its debut on March 11, 1818. Birthed on the same stormy night which saw the debut of the romantic vampire in horror fiction, FRANKENSTEIN haunts our collective unconscious still.
Read: Frankenstein
-- A novel written by English author Mary Shelley about the young student of science Victor Frankenstein, who creates a grotesque but sentient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was eighteen, and the novel was published when she was twenty. The first edition was published anonymously in London in 1818. Shelley's name appears on the second edition, published in France in 1823.
Image: Frankenstein (1931) | Boris Karloff is the screen's most memorable creature in the story of Dr. Frankenstein, who tampers with life and death when he pieces together salvaged body parts to create a human monsterFrankenstein (1931) -- Boris Karloff is the screen's most memorable creature in the story of Dr. Frankenstein, who tampers with life and death when he pieces together salvaged body parts to create a human monster.
Image: Boris Karloff as Frankenstein Holding Flower by Little Girl 8 x 10 Inch PhotoFrankenstein Holding Flower by Little Girl -- This 8 x 10 inch photo is brand new, never used, never displayed and in mint condition. It has no holes, tears, rips, bends or any other defect! In stock and ready to ship! Professionally printed and ready for any private collection. Perfect for framing!
Frankenstein Coloring and Activity Books

Image: Watch  Frankenstein | Fiercely devoted to the theories of extending and creating human life, scientist Victor Frankenstein and his assistants have assembled an artificial man with human parts stolen from graves

Frankenstein

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Listen to Frankenstein Audible books with Amazon Audible, and Get Two Free Audiobooks
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Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:
Frankenstein Day: 10 Ways to Celebrate
Read Frankenstein for free
Printable Frankenstein Activities
Frankenstein Coloring Pages
• Frankenstein Sun Catcher Craft for Kids
Frankenstein Pudding Pops
The Frankenstein Blog: 3D Papercraft Frankenstein
Frankenstein Arts and Crafts
21 Frankenstein DIY Crafts and Treats
• Frankenstein Archives | Fun Family Crafts
• Printable Frankenstein Mask
• Frankenstein Rice Krispie Pops {Free Printable}
DIY Large Stuffed Frankenstein Door Decor
Frankenstein Mask - Studyladder Interactive Learning Games
Frankenstein Printable Grid Coloring | Woo! Jr. Kids Activities
Frankenstein Printable Maze
• Costco Moms Hour - Frankenstein Pouch Printable - West Valley
10 Funky and Friendly Frankenstein Crafts
TP Roll Frankenstein and Mummy Printables
This mini Frankenstein Halloween Bunting is a scream!


National Oatmeal-Nut Waffle Day
- If you love waffles and nuts, today is your lucky day -- it's Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day! Oatmeal nut waffles are a delicious and nutritious meal to enjoy any time of the day. They're typically eaten with yogurt and honey, but they're also great with peanut butter and syrup!
Bureau of Indian Affairs Established (1824)
- Although the bureau, which was called the Office of Indian Affairs, was formed on March 11, 1824, similar agencies had existed in the U.S. government as far back as 1775, when a trio of Indian agencies was created by the Second Continental Congress. Benjamin Franklin and Patrick Henry were among the early commissioners, who were charged with negotiating treaties with Native Americans and obtaining their neutrality during the American Revolutionary War.
Dream 2011 Day
- To focus attention on the new millennium — so all humans, nations, and institutions devote this year to unparalleled dreams for a better world and thinking, action, inspiration, determination, and love to solve the remaining problems and to achieve a peaceful, united human family on Earth.
National Worship of Tools Day
- There are few things the male population worships more than his tools. To some, a tool is a natural extension of their arm. So, Worship of Tools Day is a logical day of celebration. And, it's definitely a guy thing. Please note, however, there are more than a few ladies who love to work with their hands and find today to be an important holiday.

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