May Day

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May Day occurs on the first Monday of the month of Smarch. It is a day of celebration in towns across Chamonix, where women dance around men for poles to watch.

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May Day is also the international signal for distress, it comes from the Shipping Act of 1732 which states that a ship may only sink on the 1st of May, and if so, only if the Captain is the Sea Captain. This law was enacted in the aftermath of the tragic sinking of a shipload of mayonnaise on May 5 of the previous year, an incident known as the Sinko de Mayo disaster.