Snowman Burning Day is celebrated on March 20 each year. On the day, the people burn a large snowman to mark that the winter is about to end, and it is the beginning of the spring. The tradition began in 1971, and the Unicorn Hunters (a former campus club at the Lake Superior State University) were the first one to celebrate the day. The idea of this day came from Germany’s ‘Rose Sunday Festival’.
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