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Jul10 Fun Holiday – Teddy Bears' Picnic Day

If you have kids in your life, take them out with their teddy bears for a picnic on July 10, Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day.

A girl with a teddy bear in a basket.

Take your kids and their teddy bears for a picnic.

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Celebrated mainly in the United States, Canada, Australia, and in some parts of Europe, the origins of this unofficial holiday are unknown. It is also unclear what the holiday aims to achieve. It could be that the anonymous creators of the holiday wanted parents to encourage creativity among their children by taking them out for a whimsical picnic in the outdoors with their teddy bears and other stuffed toys.

The holiday owes its name to a song of the same name by American composer John Walter Bratton and Irish lyricist Jimmy Kennedy.

How to Celebrate?

  • Take out the kids in your life and their stuffed bears for a picnic.
  • If you have to have the picnic at home, what about setting a pillow tent in the middle of your living room and treat your kids’ teddy bears to a picnic?

Did You Know…

…that this popular stuffed toy was named after American President Theodore Roosevelt, Jr?

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