Dinner Day 2016
Saturday January 9th, 2016
Invite your neighbor over to dinner.
Help build bridges and not fences in your community by breaking bread with your neighbors.
Pennsylvania passed a house resolution that declared "Dinner Day" an official holiday on October 23, 2002.
Each year, on the second Saturday in January, invite your neighbor to dinner as a celebration of the values that make America a terrific place to live. Ask a neighbor you've never met or one you've only waved at, but never taken the time to get to know. Take a moment to break some bread together in one of your homes or out on the town. Either way, be sure to build a bridge to your neighbors and take down any fences that have kept you apart.