February 2022 Events Calendar
Lunar New Year
Tuesday February 1
Xīnnián kuàilè! The Lunar New Year marks new year celebrations for many East Asian countries. The holiday involves at least a week of preparation prior to New Year’s Day, followed by two weeks of feasts, family visits, and merrymaking. Traditions often center around clearing away the previous year's bad luck and preparing home and family to receive the new year's good luck. Here's hoping the new year brings fortune and good health to us all.
Monday February 14
Happy Valentine's Day!
May you and your loved ones find ways to connect and celebrate safely.
Family Day (Canada)
Monday February 21
Happy family day! Enjoy the long weekend, Canada!
Friday February 25–Saturday March 5
While all Brazil's Carnaval celebrations for 2021 were cancelled due to Covid-19, this year the Carnaval will be back--with some limitations. This world-famous, highly anticipated holiday has been celebrated for centuries with parades, delicious food, vibrant costumes, and samba dancing. This year, Rio will be cancelling the street parties, but they will still hold their famous parade with its floats and samba dancers, which is broadcast on television nationwide.
Sunday February 20–Saturday 26
Founded by NSPE in 1951, Engineers Week is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. It's also a time to acknowledge the work and dedication of our engineers who make DG great.
Thanks, DG engineers!
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Safety Committee Meetings
Tuesday February 15, noon EDT (Atlanta)
Tuesday February 15, noon PDT (San Diego)
Wednesday February 16, noon MDT (Salt Lake City)
Thursday February 17, 10am EDT (Battle Creek)
Thursday February 17, noon EDT (Springfield)
Want to help the DG Safety Committee plan for 2022 and our continued safety from covid-19? Join the DG safety meetings. Want to join in? Contact Chris Klesse.