I would love to see 'Darwin Day' officially recognized in the U.S. In fact, a resolution was introduced (again) in both the House and Senate last year to do so! One of my favorite lines from it: "Whereas Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by the mechanism of natural selection, together with the monumental amount of scientific evidence he compiled to support it, provides humanity with a logical and intellectually compelling explanation for the diversity of life on Earth."
Here in Michigan we have a 'Darwin Discovery Day' at the MSU Museum (on Sunday), which I'm planning to attend, but other places are doing lots of neat events, too. Check out what might be in your area here! Also, Iowa City's events occurring Feb. 18-20 were recently discussed on Iowa Public Radio. They are even hosting a workshop for teachers on Saturday afternoon to discuss overcoming controversy in the classroom. Very cool.
So, how are you celebrating Darwin Day 2016?