Dare Day Responses


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Thank you to everyone for their feedback. Interesting enough, I received several UNRELATED explanations for Dare Day! I was also told that June 1st not June 2nd is actually the correct date.

 

  • Drug Abuse Resistance Education” Day (was actually April 8th 2009 as declared by President Obama).

  • Jean-Paul Marat, reciting the names of 29 “enemies of the republic”, kicking of the French reign of terror in 1793. (“A single rigorous act deployed from the beginning would have dispensed with any need for further actions. So let us dare to show ourselves and all our enemies will take to their heels: they will not know how to oppose us with force since trickery is their only resource.”)

  • Dare Day Festival is held the 1st Saturday in June (in Dare County North Carolina)

What was even more interesting was that you can even get a Dare Day wristband, but that site didn’t give any information on where the holiday came from.

 

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