Towel Day History
Towel Day seeks to honor and pay tribute to the author Douglas Adams. Douglas Adams was an English author best known for his work, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. This day encourages people to carry a towel around with them in appreciation of the series. Many communities and organizations around the world promote events relating to the series on this day.
Towel Day was created in 2001 to remember Douglas Adam and his work. It is observed annually on May 25th.
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