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Desktop Wallpaper Calendar — May 2017 — Free to Download

May is the fifth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and the third month to have 31 days. May is also the month with the shortest name.
Flower: Lily of the Valley and the Common Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna), also known as “may blossom.”
Birthstone: Emerald

Here are a few of the special days during this month:
1 – Beltane (Pagan/Wiccan)
1 – May Day
5 – Cinco de Mayo (Mexico)
10 – Vesak (Buddhist)
11 – Lailatul Bara’ah (Islamic)
14 – Mother’s Day
19 – Bike to Work Day
20 – Armed Forces Day
22 – Victoria Day (Canada)
25 – Ascension (Christian/Orthodox)
27 – Ramadan Begins (Islamic)
29 – Ascension of Bahá’u’lláh (Bahá’í)
29 – Memorial Day Observed
31 – Shavuot (Jewish)

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Desktop Wallpaper Calendar — August 2016 — Free to Download

August is a busy month for parents prepping for back to school as well as our bee friends who are harvesting in preparation for winter! We hope you enjoy this desktop calendar image for the month of August and that you find ease in the busyness.

Free Wallpaper for August 2016

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Desktop Wallpaper Calendar — February 2016 — Free to Download

Hello, February!

Today is Imbolc, one of the many diverse holidays that herald the beginning of spring. We love, love, love bees and see them as a beautiful symbol of the renewed energy of the spring to come. Hope you enjoy!

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We Love Bees!

Bee Happy 2015 wall calendar

Bee Happy 2015 wall calendar — currently sold out on our website. Please check with your favorite local or online retailer for availability.

Bees are all the buzz. In the past decade, backyard beekeeping has multiplied exponentially in urban areas. Budding apiarists around the world are tending beehives just about everywhere, from suburban patios and rooftop terraces to elementary school gardens. These urban naturalists are preserving a tradition that has been alive for more than 4,000 years. Continue reading