Esther Day
Aug
3
1:00 AM01:00

Esther Day

A day of love.


Before her death, author and friend John Green told Esther that he and his brother Hank would celebrate her August 3rd birthday any way she wished through their YouTube channel Vlogbrothers.

After some reflection, Esther decided she wanted it to be a day to celebrate love for family and friends by telling those who we are close to that we love them, even if it is sometimes difficult to say out loud.

So since August 3rd, 2010, Esther Day has become a holiday that reminds us to verbalize our love for family and friends and let them know how much they mean to us.

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LeakyCon 10!
Oct
11
to Oct 13

LeakyCon 10!

Celebrate ten years of LeakyCon and return back to the city that started it all! Join the biggest Harry Potter fans from around the world as we gather once again in Boston, where the very first LeakyCon was held in 2009.

Enjoy hours of panels, programs, and performances created with the biggest Harry Potter fans in mind. Discuss age-old Potter fan theories and dive into new details we’re just learning.

Hear from stars and creators of the Harry Potter films about their experiences bringing the magic to life on-screen, explore the LeakyCon Marketplace to find must-have merch and amazing fan treasures, celebrate with your friends and favorite fandom faces from over the decade, and rock out with some of your favorite Wizard Rock bands, all packed into one magical weekend.

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International Childhood Cancer Day
Feb
15
to Feb 17

International Childhood Cancer Day

 
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What is ICCD? International Childhood Cancer Day is a global collaborative campaign to raise awareness and promote an increased appreciation and deeper understanding of the challenges faced by children and adolescents with cancer, the survivors and their families. ICCD spotlights the need for more equitable access to treatment and care for all children with cancer, everywhere.

Learn how you can get involved at ICCD.org

 
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Valentine's Day
Feb
14
1:00 AM01:00

Valentine's Day

 

Share your #Esthertine

It’s February 14th, 2019 - Valentine’s Day!

We LOVE love at TSWGO and we want to see your Esthertines!
Tag us on Twitter using #Esthertine and tell us who you sent your Esthertine to and why.

On Feb 14th, click the button below to see your post and many others featured on our Valentine’s Day blog.

 
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Caricature Art Day at Boston Children's Hospital
Feb
9
4:00 PM16:00

Caricature Art Day at Boston Children's Hospital

Caricature Art Day at Boston Children's Hospital

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Send an Esthertine - Final day
Feb
9
1:00 AM01:00

Send an Esthertine - Final day

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TODAY Is the last day you can order an Esthertine that will arrive on time.
We will still accept orders after February 9th but we cannot guarantee that they will arrive in time Valentine's Day.  

**Please note that this only applies to mail sent within the United States. International mail may take longer to arrive due to distance and/or customs.

Send one now!

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Send an Esthertine!
Jan
31
to Feb 8

Send an Esthertine!

 
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February fast approaching and we can’t help but get excited for Valentines Day! The day everyone is lovestruck, enjoying chocolate, and delivering sweet cards of appreciation. Here at This Star Won’t Go Out it’s no different, we LOVE love! That is why every year we offer ESTHER-tines! Esthertines are awesome physical cards created by even awesome-er people to help you express your love for someone! Whether its plutonic, friendship, family, or just a love of appreciation for the hard work some has done, you can find an Esthertine to fit your need. It’s like an early Esther Day and who wouldn’t want that!

The best part about Esthertines, they help spread love to others AND they keep the mission of our beautiful Esther Earl alive.


REMEMBER:
Orders will be accepted from January 31st to February 9th to be guaranteed delivery by February 14th.  We will still accept orders after February 9th but we cannot guarantee that they will arrive in time for Valentine's Day.

** Please note that this only applies to mail sent within the United States. International mail may take longer to arrive due to distance and/or customs.  

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