March 12th is the seventy-first day (seventy-second in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of the founding of the Girl Scouts and the beginning of the Red River Campaign begins: a series of battles fought along the Red River in Louisiana during the American Civil War. Famous March 12th birthdays include Liza Minnelli, Marlon Jackson, and Aaron Eckhart. March 12th also marks National Girl Scout Day and National Napping Day.
We have 2 holidays listed for March 12.
National Girl Scout Day
National Girl Scout Day commemorates the anniversary of the first Girl Scout meeting in 1912.