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Leap into Learning with Bristol Lane! 📆✨

Ever wonder why we have leap years? Leap years, including an extra day in February, occur every four years to keep our calendar in alignment with the Earth's orbit around the Sun. The concept dates back to the Roman calendar reform, introduced by Julius Caesar in 45 BCE. This adjustment ensures our seasons remain consistent year after year. Join us at Bristol Lane as we explore fascinating facts and the history behind our calendar.

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