The sky is one of those things that people talk about, write about and sing about but don’t really get to appreciate that often. Where do people look to find the flying superheroes in comic books? Where else can you find airplanes in the night and shooting stars? Albeit, looking at the sky is one activity more people should to often and this is what Look Up At The Sky Day aims to promote.
Look Up At The Sky Day 2017
Look Up At The Sky Day 2017 happens on Friday, April 14.
Look Up At The Sky Day is celebrated every 14th of April.
Look Up At The Sky Day Origin
There are no records to be found about the origin of Look Up At The Sky Day but it is a special day that many people all over the world remember and celebrate. As its name suggests, Look Up At The Sky Day is a fun day for checking out what is up there above our heads.
Look Up At The Sky Day Celebration
- Take out your camera or phones and snap photos of the sky and the things you spot up in the sky and share with friends through prints or in social media.
- Try to look at the sky at different times of the day to appreciate the changes in color and the beauty of the sky.
- Take family or friends out for a picnic, fly a kite, lie on the grass and watch the clouds go by.
- Teach young children to look up at the sky and imagine different cloud shapes during the day or how to spot constellations at night.
- Go bird-watching.
- For artistic ones, it would be fun to sit outdoors, look at the sky and sketch or paint the view.
- Visit an observatory to look at the sky in a different way.
Look Up At The Sky Day Facts
- The origin of Look Up At The Sky Day may not be known but humans have been looking at the sky for thousands of years. Scientists, philosophers and other great thinkers have formulated many of the theories we know today by observing the sky.
Look Up At The Sky Day 2018
Look Up At The Sky Day 2018 will be Saturday, April 14.