Constitution Day Activities 2010
Constitution Day Activities 2010 – Constitution Day 2010 is a day that is not heavily celebrated in the United States. The holiday is also known as Citizenship Day. Most are not aware of the holiday at all, and therefore are not aware of all of the great events that take place in celebration of the day. Constitution day is used to celebrate the creation of the United States constitution, which was signed in 1787, on September 17th.
Some of the more popular activities that occur on the day are Janet Madison’s Montpelier. Northwester Oklahoma State University will also be celebrating the day with an evaluation of the constitution and a deeper look into how it came to be.There will also be a small potluck that will take place at the university, which will be free to students.
The activities will open up to the public on Monday, September 20th in the ranger Room. There, Dr. Aaron Mason will present the Costa Rican Constitution.
Although the day is not that popular, it does give people a reason to host a number of very fun and interesting events. If you are not all that knowledgeable about the people behind the constitution and how it came to be, then Constitution Day 2010 can also be very informative as well.
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