March 2nd is the sixty-first day (sixty-second in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of the U.S. Congress passing the first Reconstruction Act, and the enactment of the Jones–Shafroth Act: granting Puerto Ricans United States citizenship. Famous March 2nd birthdays include Jon Bon Jovi, Daniel Craig, Rebel Wilson, and Bryce Dallas Howard. March 2nd also marks National Read Across America Day.
We have 5 holidays listed for March 2.
Observed 46 days before Easter, Ash Wednesday is considered to be the beginning of Lent in Christianity.
Dr. Seuss’s Birthday
The delightful characters and wonderful world of Dr. Seuss are celebrated on his birthday.
National Old Stuff Day
Roll up your sleeves, clean out closets and garages, rediscover old treasures, and declutter your life.