What Is National Friendship Day And Its History?
National Friendship Day takes place on the first Sunday in August and encourages people across the world to connect with friends. Participants either reconnect with old friends or meet new people to forge a connection. Through friendships, expand our perspectives, and our communities become more connected. National Friendship Day was celebrated from 1919 until 1940 when it died out. National Friendship Day made a comeback when the United Nations named Winnie the Pooh Ambassador of Friendship in 1998.
How We Can Help You Celebrate The Friendships You Have
Why not take a tour of our Texas olive orchard to see where we create Texas olive oil. Our orchard tours finish in our tasting room and our morning walking tour is 45 minutes long. You and your friends can also enjoy a social distancing picnic in the orchard by ordering from our bistro.
Not only do we celebrate friends here at Texas Hill Country Olive Co., but we also encourage others to grow their own olives by selling trees and offering cooking demonstrations and other educational events. Come visit us soon.