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WordCamp Europe is a global WordPress event gathering WordPress enthusiasts from across Europe together for three days of knowledge sharing and fun.
In 2015 WordCamp Europe will bring the growing European WordPress community together for the third time.
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Though Mother’s Day is more of a popular holiday, Father’s Day is also being celebrated in various states. Sonora Smart Dodd is one of the influential figures of the day, who’s father has raised 6 children on his own after the wife’s death. This was considered to be a heroic action for that period of timing.
The first celebration date of the event was in 1910, whereas the first official announcement of the holiday was made in 1972.
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The WordPress monthly meetup provides an avenue for enthusiasts to meet, discuss, and learn methods for working with WordPress effectively.
WordPress Charleston is a local user group that meets on the second Tuesday of each month to talk about WordPress, best practices for design, and effectively running an online presence. The group is a resource for both beginners, designers and gurus, allowing all to get together to learn and bounce ideas off each other (while having a good time). The User Group’s goal is to foster growth and understanding of WordPress in the Lowcountry.
More information can be found at the user group’s website – http://wpchs.org.
This holiday is one of the widely celebrated American holidays also known as “Fourth of July”. It is to honor the Independence from Great Britain in 1776. The holiday has patriotic roots and thus the celebration includes various patriotic events.
The holiday common celebration is a family picnic or barbeque. The symbols of the American state are being used as part of the holiday. This includes display of American Map next to the houses, fireworks and parades in traditional clothing.
Government offices and schools are closed for the holiday.