The Christians have Easter (who knows when that's happening, year to year?!), the Jews have Channuka (or however you prefer to transliterate it)... and no one's really sure when that's supposed to happen... Well, we have No-Thanks Giving.
No-Thanks Giving usually happens around Memorial Day (May 25 in the US), and its start and end dates are anchored on Thanksgiving (4th Thursday in November, US), filling the space between 180 days after the last Turkey Day, and 180 days before the next one.
This year, No-Thanks Giving begins on Tuesday, May 26.
Do you have your copy of the 1997 Special Edition release of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope ready?
No-Thanks Giving ends on a Meeting Day this year (Saturday, May 30), so make your cook-out plans now. Try to avoid competing cook-outs among fellow Members.