April

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April is the fourth month of the year and marks the middle of the spring. One of April's most important events is the Cherry Blossom Festival, which happens in every game in the Animal Crossing series.

Events in April[edit]

This event occurs on the first day of April.
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This event occurs on the first Saturday of the month.
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In Wild World this event occurs on the fourth Sunday of the month.
In City Folk this event occurs on the second Saturday of the month.
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This event occurs from the 5th to 7th of April.
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This event occurs on the second Sunday of April.
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This event occurs on the second Monday until the following Sunday.
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This event starts on April 20th and ends May 5th.
Tom Nook will sell samurai suits and carp flags will appear around your town.
This event occurs on April 22nd (Earth Day).
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Birthdays[edit]

Villagers[edit]

Special characters[edit]

Possible birthdays[edit]

  • Carmen - a day in March 21st - April 19th (Aries)
  • Faith - a day in March 21st - April 19th (Aries)
  • Hector - a day in March 21st - April 19th (Aries)
  • Poko - a day in March 21st - April 19th (Aries)
  • Rhoda - a day in March 21st - April 19th (Aries)
  • Woolio - a day in March 21st - April 19th (Aries)
  • Bessie - a day in April 20th - May 20th (Taurus)
  • Chuck - a day in April 20th - May 20th (Taurus)
  • Petunia - a day in April 20th - May 20th (Taurus)

Fish[edit]

The following fish can be caught this month.

Bugs[edit]

Many of the insects that first appear in March are still around in this month, with a few new additions that are more accustomed to the warmer weather.


 
     
 
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