Scrabble Day - April 13

Scrabble Day is celebrated on April 13 every year.
In 1931, an amateur artist and unemployed architect named Alfred Mosher Butts created the board game Lexiko, a game that later changed its name to "Criss Cross Words," and later became Scrabble.
The game has become very popular. The game is played by 2-4 players who score points by creating words from letters printed on individual tiles and placing them on the game board marked with a grid of 15x15 squares.
The official reason why April 13 is Scrabble Day is unknown, but it's probably because Alfred Mosher Butts' birth date is April 13, 1899.

April 13 is also FND Awareness Day

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