Welcome back to the FoxWeb. It's Friday the 19th - nothing to be scared of there!
Today's celebrations include National Seafood Bisque Day. Being part of a landlocked state, Oz is not really known for its quality seafood, or bisques, either. We hope wherever you are you can find a reasonable substitute without traveling too far and without raiding the freezer section at Walmart.
Saturday the 20th is International Observe The Moon Night. According to NASA, this is a worldwide celebration of lunar science and exploration, held annually since 2010. Everyone on Earth is invited to observe and learn about the Moon together, and to celebrate the cultural and personal connections we all have with our nearest neighbor. If you have any particular moon-based connections you want to share, Saturday is your night. Just remember not to mess up the footprints.
If you happen to be in the Denver area, wander by Mile Hi Con and you can see some of our artwork in the art show. Bid high if you find something you like, and you too can have some OzFoxy art of your very own! There should be some very nice art in the show this year, so sneak by and see what there is to see!
Whatever is happening with you this weekend, enjoy it and make a few memories as you go. We'll be back on Monday, and we'll hope to see you here again as well.
Until then, enjoy some bisque and have a wonderful quarter moon evening!