National Gumdrop Day in USA
National Gumdrop Day in USA is held on February 15. This event in the second decade of the month february is annual.
They are brightly colored pectin-based pieces, shaped like a narrow dome (sometimes with a flattened top), often coated in granulated sugar and having fruit and spice flavors.
Gumdrops first appeared in the 19th century United States, purportedly as early as 1801, although at that time they likely referred to small, hard sweets also derived from fruit gelatin.
Statehood Day in Arizona and Oregon on February 14 (Arizona - 1912, Oregon -1859, United States);
Valentine's Day on February 14 (International) - Singles Awareness Day;
Scout Sunday in the United Methodist Church and the Presbyterian Church on February 14 (USA. It is celebrated on the second Sunday of February);