Groundhog Day Infographic

Each year, the eyes of the nation turn their attention to a small town northeast of Pittsburgh for one day only. There, a 1.5-mile uphill walk from downtown Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, at a place affectionately known as Gobbler’s Knob, a famous member of the squirrel family arises from a winter of slumber on February 2 to determine how much of the winter season remains.

Yet, while many on Groundhog Day look forward to a much-anticipated spring, the groundhog can also serve as a reminder to look back to Christmas. To learn how Groundhog Day is connected to Christmas and much more, check out our infographic with some basic fun facts about Groundhog Day.

Sources:
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