Bicycle Day is a celebration of the lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). Or rather, it commemorates a discovery that LSD can evoke significant shifts of consciousness even in low doses. It is, therefore, one of the biggest breakthroughs in the history of using the substance as a psychiatric tool, recreationally as well as in other situations.
The third Monday in April is known as “Marathon Monday” by most Massachusetts citizens and long-distance runners.
Patriot’s Day is annually held on the third Monday of April.
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Action Dayis an annual awareness campaign held on April 19. It aims to raise awareness of a birth defect of the diaphragm.
April 19 marks Dutch-American Friendship Day. Today, the Netherlands network in the United States celebrates Dutch-American Friendship Day. April 19 is the anniversary of the day in 1782 when John Adams was received by the States General in the Hague and became America’s first ambassador to the Netherlands.
Each year on April 19th, National Garlic Day celebrates a vegetable also known as the stinking rose. Garlic Day celebrates the history of garlic, in addition to its glorious taste and its incredible health benefits.
Humorous Day is a day to find the humor in any situation that happens to be thrown our way. A day to remind us to see the bright side.
On April 19th, National Amaretto Day recognizes a liqueur known around the world for its flavor and aroma. The word Amaretto in Italian means “a little bitter,” because it is made from bitter almonds or apricot kernels or both.
National Hanging Out Day is observed on April 19 of every year. It is a day dedicated to encouraging people and communities to learn about the benefits of air drying laundry.
National Poker Day: Every day is unique and can be notable at a national level, but what makes the day of April 19th especially stand out is more than just the celebration of the nation’s favorite ice cream flavor or savory snack. It is the day of embracing your inner poker player!
National Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day is on April 19 of each year in memory of the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995.
National Rice Ball Day is an annual food celebration feasted on April 19th. Those who love rice with different tastes can try rice balls.
The International Day for Monuments and Sites also known as International Heritage Day is an international observance held on 18 April each year around the world with different types of activities, including visits to monuments and heritage sites, conferences, round tables and newspaper articles.
Adult Autism Awareness Day is observed next on Sunday, April 18th, 2021. It has been observed annually on April 18th since 2009.
National Animal Crackers Day on April 18th each year celebrates a childhood favorite. A box of these sweet animal-shaped crackers not only provided a delicious snack, but they also offered a little entertainment, too!
Go Fly a Kite Day is an annual holiday celebrated on the third Sunday of April. “Go fly a kite” is an idiom that is used as a way of telling someone to go away or to leave you alone.
A tummy full of healthy food. A cup of physical activity. A tablespoon of laugher. A pinch of curiosity. And a dash of fun! Healthy Kids Day is all about it.
On 18 April every year, radio amateurs worldwide have taken to the airwaves to celebrate World Amateur Radio Day.
International Juggler’s Day takes place on April 18, 2021. The day celebrates the skill of juggling and talented jugglers. Juggling is a physical skill involving the manipulation of objects for recreation, entertainment or sport.
National Lineman Appreciation Day on April 18th honors the men and women who work around the clock to keep the power going.
National Columnists’ Dayon April 18th honors all newspaper columnists and their contributions to the truth in black and white.
National Transfer Money to Your Daughter’s Account Day, also known as Transfer Money to Your Daughter Day, is observed on Sunday, April 18th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 18th.
National Velociraptor Awareness Day! The raptors in the movie Jurassic Park may have been called Velociraptors, but they were really based on the Utahraptor, the largest of the raptor type of dinosaurs. Evidence suggests that these raptors hunted in packs and were super fast, making them deadly! They could take down prey way bigger than themselves.
Pet Owners Independence Day is held on April 18th of every year.
National Pinata Day is an annual celebration held on April 18th.
National Auctioneers Day is celebrated on the third Saturday of every April. This year it will be observed on 17th April.
Each year on April 17th, International Bat Appreciation Day reminds us of the roles bats play in our daily lives.
Blah Blah Blah Day is celebrated all around the world on April 17 of every year. Blah Blah Blah means having meaningless chatter or idle gossip.
Each year on April 17th, National Ellis Island Family History Day encourages families to explore their ancestry and discover family who immigrated through Ellis Island. From 1892 to 1924, Ellis Island served as the busiest inspection station for millions of immigrants to the United States.
Ever since the Mustang turned 50, the idea of owners and fans getting out on April 17th to celebrate National Mustang Day has grown into a global phenomenon.
Herbalist Day, sometimes referred to as “Thank a Herbalist Day”, is a celebration and awareness of the importance of herbs and herbalists in our lives.
The third Saturday in April is Husband Appreciation Day, a day to shower your husband with love, and thank him for everything he does.
International Raw Milk Cheese Appreciation Day – April 17, 2021.
Malbec World Day is an annual observance celebrated on April 17, to commemorate the day on which President Domingo Faustino Sarmiento of Argentina officially made it his mission to transform Argentina’s wine industry.
National Cheeseball Day is a food holiday celebrated on April 17 of every year. Cheeseball is a spherical mass of cheese or cream cheese.
Observed annually on April 17, National Haiku Poetry Day encourages all to try their hand in creativity. Haiku poetry is a form of Japanese poetry that is non-rhyming and normally consists of 3 lines with a syllable pattern of 5-7-5.
National Kickball Day is celebrated on April 17 of every year. The first time the National Kickball Day was recognised on 17th of April 2015. Kickball is also known as soccer baseball in most of Canada.
Nothing Like A Dame Day is celebrated on April 17 of every year. Dame is a title used in front of a woman’s name that is given in Britain as a special honour, usually for valuable work done over an extended period, or a woman having this celebration.
Record Store Day is an annual event inaugurated in 2007 and held on one Saturday every April and every Black Friday in November to “celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store”. The day brings together fans, artists, and thousands of independent record stores across the world.
World Circus Day is an annual holiday dedicated to circus as an art form. It has been celebrated on the third Saturday of April every year since 2010. The holiday was initiated by the European Circus Association and the World Circus Federation.
April 17, 2021 is World Hemophilia Day.
National Donate Life Blue & Green Day– April 16, 2021. On National Donate Life Blue & Green Day, the public is encouraged to wear blue and green.
April 16th is Day of the Mushroom!
Emancipation Day: April 16, 1862 marks the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. Over 3,000 enslaved persons were freed eight months before the Emancipation Proclamation liberated slaves in the South.
Foursquare Day: The thought struck him that since four-squared equals 16, it would be great to check into Foursquare on the 4th and 16th of the year.
On April 16th, National Eggs Benedict Daycelebrates a long favored breakfast or brunch dish. Eggs Benedict consists of poached eggs with Hollandaise sauce.
National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD)is a nationwide initiative that encourages adults of all ages to plan ahead of a health crisis.
National Librarian Dayon April 16 is a chance to be thankful for all the knowledge that librarians possess.
National Orchid Day(April 16) Orchids can live up to 100 years. Some orchids bloom for mere hours, others for months. Orchids are the largest family of flowering plants.
Each year on April 16th, National Stress Awareness Dayis celebrated.
Each year on April 16th, National Wear Your Pajamas To Work Dayallows us a reprieve after meeting a late-night deadline shuffling receipts, and adding columns to file our taxes. While some people call this day “the best holiday of the year,” it was created for fun.
Save the Elephant Day is celebrated on April 16 of every year. Save the Elephants Day is created to raise awareness about the dangers elephants face and various difficulties they have to overcome to live.
Teach Your Daughter to Volunteer Day is observed next on Friday, April 16th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 16th.
World Semicolon Day is “a day to celebrate those who chose not to end their lives because their stories are not over yet.”
World Voice Day is a worldwide annual event that takes place on April 16 devoted to the celebration of the phenomenon of voice. The aim is to demonstrate the enormous importance of the voice in the daily lives of all people.
José de Diego’s Birthday: José de Diego, was a statesman, journalist, poet, lawyer, and advocate for Puerto Rico’s independence from Spain and from the United States who was referred to by his peers as “The Father of the Puerto Rican Independence Movement”
National Anime Day always falls on 15 April, and is celebrated around the world by anime fans. The day was first coined in 1975, with a convention in Tokyo attended by just 700 participants.
College Student Grief Awareness Dayis observed next on Thursday, April 15th, 2021. It has always been observed the third Thursday in April.
Father Damien Day: Father Damien was canonized on 11 October 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI. His feast day is celebrated on 10 May. In Hawaii, it is celebrated on the day of his death. [Died: 15 April 1889 (aged 49)]
Get to Know Your Customer Dayis observed annually each quarter each year in January, April, July, and October.
Give OUT Dayis a national day of giving to LGBTIQ+ projects, community groups, etc.
International Pizza Cake Day. Occurs each year on the 3rd Thursday of April. In 2021, this is April 15th.
Jackie Robinson Dayis a traditional event which occurs annually on April 15 in Major League Baseball, commemorating and honoring the day Jackie Robinson made his major league debut.
McDonald’s Day takes place on the anniversary of the day in 1955 when Ray Kroc opened a McDonald’s in Des Plaines, Illinois. This was the first restaurant of his franchise, but the ninth McDonald’s restaurant overall. Kroc helped make McDonald’s the most known fast food restaurant in the world.
Microvolunteering Day is recognised every year on April 15th and promotes awareness of the microvolunteering concept and how it can enable worthy causes and individuals to better the world via bite-sized actions.
National ASL Day is celebrated on April 15 of every year. National ASL Day celebrates and honors American Sign Language.
National D.A.R.E. Day, also known as National Drug Abuse Resistance Education Day is on April 15th, 2021. It has always been observed on the third Thursday in April.
National Glazed Spiral Ham Day on April 15th each year celebrates an innovative and delicious food.
National Griper’s Day. Occurs annually on the 15th of the month of April.
The third Thursday of April is recognized as National High Five Day. This year it will be celebrated on April 15.
Did you know that there’s a National Laundry Day? It is celebrated on April 15th.
Correcting mistakes since 1770, National Rubber Eraser Dayon April 15th commemorates the date the invention first began making written errors disappear. Tablets of rubber (or wax) were used to erase lead or charcoal marks from paper before there were rubber erasers.
Support Teen Literature Dayprovides a chance for libraries and librarians who serve teens to expand the awareness of teen literature.
Take a Wild Guess Day
That Sucks Day
On April 15th, National Titanic Remembrance Day remembers the lives lost when the Titanic sank into the North Atlantic’s icy waters in 1912. We remember the more than 1,500 people who died that day.
The Universal Day of Culture under the Banner of Peace, known also as the World Day of Culture, is an observance held annually on April 15 in many countries around the World to promote the protection of culture, the Roerich Pact and the Banner of Peace.
Pahela Baishakh or Poila Baishakis the first day of the Bengali calendar which is the official calendar of Bangladesh. This festival is celebrated on 14 April in Bangladesh and 15 April in the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura, and Assam by Bengalis regardless of religious faith.
Sarhul is a popular festival celebrated by various tribes in Jharkhand region. The festival is the tribal New Year and is celebrated by the Munda, Oraon, Ho, etc. tribes of Jharkhand. Sarhul word means to worship trees or worship of the sal tree.
Himachal Day 2021: April 15 is observed as Himachal Day. Rich in culture and heritage, Himachal Pradesh became a full-fledged state on this day.
Kim Il-sung Birth Anniversary:Kim Il-sung was born on 15 April 1912 in the village of Mangyongdae, which is now a suburb of North Korea’s capital Pyongyang.
The Declaration of Malacca as a Historical City is a regional public holiday in the Malaysian state of Melaka on April 15th each year. This holiday commemorates the declaration of the city as a historical city on this day in 1989.
Matsu’s Birthday: This holiday celebrates the birthday of the Chinese deity Mat su (or Ma-cho or Mazu), the Goddess of the Sea who is venerated by fishermen.
Songkranis the Thai New Year’s national holiday. Songkran is on 13 April every year, but the holiday period extends from 14 to 15 April. In 2018 the Thai cabinet extended the festival nationwide to five days, 12–16 April, to enable citizens to travel home for the holiday.
Air Force Reserve Birthday: The United States Air Force Reserve celebrates its birthday every year on April 14, but according to the Air Force official site, Air Force Reservists can trace their heritage all the way back to the National Defense Act of 1916.
Children with Alopecia Day is April 14. Children who have alopecia areata go through different stages of awareness and on dealing with the day-to-day challenges stemming from alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is a condition that causes hair to fall out in small patches, which can be unnoticeable. These patches may connect, however, and then become noticeable. The condition develops when the immune system attacks the hair follicles, resulting in hair loss.
Dreams of Reason Feast Day is observed next on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 14th.
The International Day of Pinkis an international anti-bullying event held annually during the second week of April. The Day of Pink is the International Day against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, Transphobia, and Transmisogyny across the world.
April 14 every year is International Moment of Laughter Day, a day to remind people to laugh out loud every day.
On April 14, Look Up At The Sky Dayencourages us to admire the beauty above us. On this day we all hope for good weather and an opportunity to fill our eyes with the sky from horizon to horizon.
The National Dolphin Dayis celebrated each year on April 14th.
April 14th is National Ex-Spouse Day.
National Gardening Day is marked annually on April 14 to celebrate and encourage people who love to grow plants either in their homes or outdoors.
Each year, National Pecan Dayon April 14th celebrates one nut native to the United States. It’s also a favorite snack and ingredient across the country.
Pathologists’ Assistant Dayis observed next on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 14th. Working under the supervision of a pathologist, a pathologists’ assistant examines, dissects, and processes tissue samples. These highly trained health professionals may perform forensic and hospital autopsies, while others conduct surgery on specimens for diagnoses.
National Reach as High as You Can Day on April 14th encourages us to evaluate our goals and do our best to reach them.
Dr. B. R.Ambedkar Jayantior Bhim Jayanti is an annual festival observed on 14 April to commemorate the memory of B. R. Ambedkar, Indian polymath and civil rights activist. It marks Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s birthday who was born on 14 April 1891. Since 2015 it has been observed as an official public holiday throughout India.
Emperor Ashoka’s birth anniversary:Ashoka is among the most influential figures in India’s history and culture. Ashoka, last major emperor in the Mauryan dynasty of India. Ashoka was third monarch of the Mauryan dynasty. He was born in 304 BC and died in 232 BC. The Bihar Government had decreed in the year 2015 that the emperor Ashoka was born on April 14.
Puthandu, also known as Puthuvarudam or Tamil New Year, is the first day of year on the Tamil calendar and traditionally celebrated as a festival. The festival date is set with the solar cycle of the lunisolar Hindu calendar, as the first day of the Tamil month Chithirai.
Pana Sankranti, also known as Maha Bishuba Sankranti, is the traditional new year day festival of Odias in Odisha, India. The festival occurs in the solar Odia calendar on the first day of the traditional solar month of Meṣa, hence equivalent lunar month Baisakha.
Sajibu Nongma Pānba, also called Meetei Cheiraoba or Sajibu Cheiraoba, is the lunar new year festival of the people who follow the religion of Sanamahism in the Indian state of Manipur.
Día del Bando de la Huerta: Bando de la Huerta Murcia. A local holiday in Murcia City as part of the Fiestas de la Primavera. Murcia City celebrates its major Spring Fiestas directly after Easter.
Nepali New Year’s Day 2078 14th April 2021. Nepali people follow their own calendar system known as the Bikram Era or Bikram Sambat. Biska Jatra – one of the popular festivals of Kathmandu Valley is celebrated at the start of the new year on the Bikram Sambat calendar.
After Easter, It is celebrated ‘El Sermon de las Tortillas‘. This day all the people from Teruel go to the countryside with a great food basket. Its origin is placed in the Low Middle Age.
Southland Anniversary Day is on April 14 and it commemorates the split of Southland from the province of Otago. On 1 April 1861, Southland split from Otago into its own province.
Baisakhi, Telugu New Year, Bohag Bihu, Gudi Padwa, Chaitra Sukhladi, Biju Festival, Sajibu Nongma Panba, Ugadi or Yugadi, also known as Samvatsarādi, is the New Year’s Day in India and this day is given a different name in the states of India. It is festively observed in these regions on the first day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month of Chaitra. This typically falls in April month of the Gregorian calendar.
Free Cone Day:Since 1979, Ben & Jerry’s spends one day a year scooping out free ice cream to say thanks to fans around the world.
International FND (Functional Neurological Disorder) Awareness Day is observed every year on April 13. The goal of the week is to promote awareness, support affected individuals, and advance research for the prevention, treatment, and recovery of FND.
TGI Fridays founded National Make Lunch Count Day in 2016 to remind American workers to get away from their desks for lunch. The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on April 13th, annually.
Be Kind to Lawyers Day. Honor the lawyer in your life on Be Kind to Lawyers Day, celebrated annually on the second Tuesday of April.
National Peach Cobbler Day on April 13th each year recognizes a delicious dessert that originated during the 19th century.
International Plant Appreciation Day, April 13. Spend time with your house plants.
Each year on National Scrabble DayApril 13th recognizes a game played around the world. Originally named Lexiko and then Criss-Cross Words, Alfred Mosher Butts eventually settled on the name Scrabble.
Thomas Jefferson’s Day: On the occasion of Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, there are a lot of interesting facts about the versatile Founding Father. He was born on April 13, 1743, in Virginia and died on July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson, a spokesman for democracy, was an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776), and the third President of the United States (1801–1809). As the “silent member” of the Congress, Jefferson, at 33, drafted the Declaration of Independence.
Observed each year in the United States on April 12th, National Big Wind Day commemorates the recording of the highest natural wind gust measured on the Earth’s surface. On the afternoon of April 12, 1934, the Mount Washington Observatory recorded winds at 231 miles per hour.
April 12 is known as D.E.A.R Day! D.E.A.R. stands for “Drop Everything and Read,” a national month-long celebration of reading designed to remind folks of all ages to make reading a priority activity in their lives. It is also author Beverly Cleary’s birthday!
Each year, National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day on April 12th recognizes one of the top comfort foods.
International Day for Street Children: Taking place on 12th April every year. Giving a voice to street children so their rights cannot be ignored.
The International Day of Human Space Flight or Yuri’s Night is the annual celebration, held on April 12, of the anniversary of the first human space flight by Yuri Gagarin. It was proclaimed at the 65th session of the United Nations General Assembly on April 7, 2011, a few days before the 50th anniversary of the flight.
National Licorice Day on April 12th each year celebrates licorice in all its forms.
April 12 is National Only Child Day, a special day that celebrates the only child in the family.
Cosmonautics Day is an anniversary celebrated in Russia and some other former USSR countries on 12 April. In Poland an “International Day of Aviation and Cosmonautics” is celebrated on the same day.
Walk On Your Wild Side Dayis celebrated every year on the 12th of April. This day is celebrated to discover an individual’s wilder side
Wear a Star Day: April 12 is “Wear a Star” day in memory of our “little stars” in heaven. These “little stars” are any loss of a child, including still borns and miscarriages. When someone asks you what the star means, just let them know that it’s in honor of a “little star”.
National Barbershop Quartet Dayis on April 11, and we have all the information needed to make this day a musical one. Like its name, this type of music was first documented in the late 1800s while men waited to get their hair cut.
National Eight Track Tape Day on April 11th recognizes an era that was here and gone in a short 20 years.
The Innocence Revolution-A Global Day to End Child Sexual Abuse was created to build awareness and launch a global crusade against the crime of child sexual abuse.
Good Deeds Day is an international day of volunteering. Beginning in 2007, its mission is to unite people from around the world in doing good deeds for others and the planet.
April 11, Richard Berry’s birthdate, is celebrated as International Louie Louie Day. It is an annual holiday dedicated to Richard Berry and his famous rhythm and blues song “Louie Louie”.
Observed annually on April 11th, National Cheese Fondue Day recognizes a food holiday many enjoy. Fondue is a dish of melted cheese or other ingredients, served in a communal pot over a small portable stove.
Pet Day celebrates the joy that pets bring into peoples lives and encourages people to help reduce the number of animals in shelters. National Pet Day is celebrated on April 11 every year.
Happy Poutine Day. April 11th is the day to celebrate the union of golden fried potatoes, silky smooth gravy, and gooey cheese curds in one delicious dish – Poutine. Poutine is a dish of french fries and cheese curds topped with a brown gravy. It emerged in Quebec, Canada, in the late 1950s in the Centre-du-Québec region, though its origins are uncertain and there are several competing claims of having invented the dish.
National Submarine Day is on April 11 and it celebrates the purchase of the USS Holland, the first modern commissioned submarine. This day is important to the submarine community as it honors the US Navy’s purchase of their first modern submarine, but life underwater isn’t all that glamorous.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month with World Parkinson’s Disease Day recognised on 11 April each year. Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that leads to shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with walking, balance, and coordination. Parkinson’s symptoms usually begin gradually and get worse over time. As the disease progresses, people may have difficulty walking and talking.
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Day: Following the creation of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) in the United Kingdom in 1824 (given Royal status in 1840), Henry Bergh founded the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals on April 10, 1866, in New York City on the belief that animals are entitled to kindness and are to be loved.
Baby Massage Day – Some parents give their baby massages daily, while other parents massage their little ones every other day. You can massage your baby during the morning to get the day going or at night before bedtime to help soothe your baby to sleep. Pay attention to your baby’s cues to help determine the best massage routine.
Observed each year on April 10th is National Encourage a Young Writer Day. Do you know a young person who has a vivid imagination, maybe someone who likes to tell stories and reads a lot of books? These may be the signs of a great young writer.
Global Work-From-Home Day is officially celebrated on April 10 every year. Although the pandemic has pushed us to this culture.
Golfer’s Day is celebrated on April 10, 2021. It’s for golf lovers and is celebrated by playing golf. Golf is a precision club and ball sport in which competing players use many types of clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course using the fewest number of strokes.
International Safety Pin Day is always observed on April 10 to mark the date on which Walter Hunt patented the safety pin.
National Catch and Release Dayis celebrated on the second Saturday in April.
National Cinnamon Crescent Day: Each year, this pastry holiday causes mouth-watering excitement on April 10th. The crescent-shaped dough is filled with sugar, cinnamon, and butter then rolled, shaped, and baked to a golden brown deliciousness.
Each year on April 10th, National Farm Animals Day focuses the attention of the humane care of farm animals.
April 10th is National Hug Your Dog Day. This holiday is actually beneficial for you and your furry friend.
Siblings Day is a holiday recognized annually in some parts of the United States and Canada on April 10.
National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day(NYHAAD) is observed each year on April 10 to educate the public about the impact of HIV on young people.
Salvation Army Founder’s Day April 10 is the day on which William Booth (1829-1912), founder of the international religious and charitable movement known as the Salvation Army, was born in Nottingham, England.
Slow Art Day is an international event celebrating looking at art in a different way. This year Slow Art Day is taking place on Saturday 10 April.
Kids’ Yoga Day is next week on April 9th, 2021. On April 9th, 2021 over 100,000 kids from all over world will join together and do a simple 5 minute routine at the same time, on the same day.
Appomattox Day: April 9. The Civil War ended on April 9, 1865, in the village of Appomattox Court House, Virginia, when Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant of the Union army accepted the surrender of General Robert E. Lee of the Confederacy.
April 9th recognizes a tasty treat on National Chinese Almond Cookie Day. Adorned with an almond, their delicious almond flavor, and slightly crunchy texture are sure to make you smile.
International ASMR (Autonomous sensory meridian response) Day will be on the 9th of April because for many people this day is a holiday that goes together with Easter.
Jenkins Ear Day: The War of Jenkins’ Ear (known as Guerra del Asiento in Spain) was a conflict between Britain and Spain lasting from 1739 to 1748, mainly in New Granada and among the West Indies of the Caribbean Sea, with major operations largely ended by 1742.
April 9 – Jumbo Day. Jumbo the elephant was probably one of the most famous real elephants ever.
National Name Yourself Day on April 9th each year proposes one day a year to reinvent our names.
Each year, National Cherish an Antique Day encourages us to seek the deeper story behind treasures and family heirlooms. Observed annually on April 9th, the day reminds us that sometimes there is more to antiques than just a dollar sign.
National Chicken Little Awareness Day is being observed today! It has always been observed annually on April 9th.
National Dive Bar Day is observed next on Friday, April 9th, 2021. It has been observed the second Friday in April since 2016.
President Ronald Reagan proclaimed National Former Prisoners of War Recognition Day on April 1, 1988, through Presidential Proclamation 5788. He set the observance for April 9, 1988. Since then, through legislation and Presidential Proclamations, the observance carries on. There are over 1,500 national days.
National Gin and Tonic Day:It’s April 9th every year that we celebrate gin and tonics on a national level.
National Unicorn Dayon April 9 is a day to celebrate the most popular mythical creature ever.
Poet in a Cupcake Day is a fun capstone day for Take Your Poet to School Week, a week-long event.
National Winston Churchill Day on April 9th commemorates the day he was made an honorary citizen of the United States.
Vimy Ridge Day is a day to commemorate the deaths and casualties of members of the Canadian Corps in the Battle of Vimy Ridge, which took place during First World War. The holiday has been observed annually on 9 April since 2003. It is a non-statutory observance.
Day of Valor or Araw ng Kagitingan in Filipino is the Philippines’ national regular observance that commemorates the fall of Bataan during World War II. Araw ng Kagitingan, also known as Bataan Day or Bataan and Corregidor Day, is celebrated annually on April 9th.
Baghdad Liberation Dayis an official holiday observed in the autonomous Kurdistan Region in Iraq on April 9th.
Vesak, also known as Buddha Jayanti, Buddha Purnima and Buddha Day, is a holiday traditionally observed by Buddhists and some Hindus in South and Southeast Asia as well as Tibet and Mongolia. The festival commemorates the birth, enlightenment, and death of Gautama Buddha in Theravada and Tibetan Buddhism.
Celebrate Teen Literature Day on April 8 with great books that adults will enjoy too! It is celebrated on Thursday of Library Week.
Oddly enough, April 8 is “Dog Farting Awareness Day,” so it’s true – there really is a national day for everything.
Pencil, pen, felt tip or chalk, Draw a Picture of a Bird Day is great fun for everyone. It’s very straightforward: simply draw a picture of a bird in tribute to our feathered friends, but if you fancy some diversity there’s actually a wide range of options.
International Feng Shui Awareness Day is observed next on Thursday, April 8th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 8th.
The International Romani Day (April 8) is a day to celebrate Romani culture and raise awareness of the issues facing Romani people.
National Alcohol Screening Day (NASD)is an outreach, education, and screening initiative that raises awareness about harmful and dependent drinking.
Observed each year on April 8th, National All Is Ours Day takes us along three views of appreciation. Either celebrate both approaches to the day or pick the one that best suits you. The first approach to the day can be looked at as a time to reflect on all of the beauty of nature and all the wonderful things in life.
The ASPCA coined April 8 as National Dog Fighting Awareness Day each and every year to reveal the truth behind dogfighting and encourage dog lovers around the nation to take action to prevent and/or stop this cruel act.
National Empanada Day· April 08, 2021. They’re known and loved throughout Portugal, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Philippines. The name comes from the Spanish verb empanar, which means to wrap in bread.
Step Into The Spotlight Day: Celebrate the day by improving on any skills you have and bringing them to the public’s attention. Or, put another way, step into the spotlight with them.
Trading Cards For Grown-ups Day is observed in the remembrance of cool trading cards. Trading cards are small cards, which features performers and sports stars from various sporting and sports entertainment with a small description and many children in the nation love it.
Celebrated on 8 April each year, National Zoo Lovers Day encourages people to visit and explore their local zoos. Apart from getting the opportunity to witness a wide range of animals and birds taking shelter in the habitat, people would also be enlightened about the wildlife and the significance of eco-conservation.
Childhelp National Day of Hopetakes place each year during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. It is marked during National Child Abuse Prevention Month to dedicate to Childhelp National Day of Hope. Children around the world are often made to suffer from abuse and neglect.
On April 7th, National Coffee Cake Day gives us a reason another reason to linger over a cup of joe. We can also break out some of our favorite recipes and deliver a heartwarming, home-baked item to a friend or two.
Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide: This day commemorates the deaths of 800,000 people who were murdered during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, central Africa.
Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is a day on which the work of women entrepreneurs is observed and discussed, held on the nineteenth of November of each year. The inaugural event was held in New York City at the United Nations, with additional events being held simultaneously in several other countries.
Global Day of the Engineer– April 7, 2021 (First Wednesday in April).
International Beaver Day is celebrated on April 7th of every year. The beaver is a large, primarily nocturnal, semi-aquatic rodent.
International Snailpapers Day is observed next on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 7th.
April 7 is celebrated as Metric System Day.
National Beer Day is celebrated in the United States every year on April 7, marking the day that the Cullen–Harrison Act was enacted after having been signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 22, 1933.
National Girl, Me Too Day on April 7th recognizes the strength and endurance of women of all ages and is an opportunity to show support for each other. Take a moment to look at the women around us. Neighbors, shopkeepers, sisters, even strangers.
National Making the First Move Day: Celebrated on April 7, when people of all ages and backgrounds come together to start “making the first move” towards bullying.
National Pet Health Insurance Day is observed on April 7.
National Walking Day is every year on the first Wednesday in April.
National No Housework Day directs us to put down the cleaning solution and toss aside the laundry. For one day each year on April 7th.
Wednesday, April 7 is Paraprofessional Appreciation Day, a national day when we celebrate our paraprofessionals and highlight the contributions of paraprofessionals to their students and schools.
Public Television Day is observed next on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 7th.
The World Health Dayis a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization, as well as other related organizations. In 1948, the WHO held the First World Health Assembly.
The California poppy is commonly seen blooming in the spring and summer along country roads and freeways throughout much of the state, making this plant a highly recognizable symbol of California, and April 6 of each year is officially designated as California Poppy Day.
It is Drowsy Driver Awareness Day and it happens on April 6 every year. Its aim is to raise awareness of the dangers of driving your car (or riding your motorcycle) for long periods without rest. It also highlights the dangers of driving when you are very tired.
Fresh Tomato Day is observed next on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 6th.
The International Day of Sport for Development and Peaceis an annual celebration of the power of sport to drive social change, community development and to foster peace and understanding. Celebrated on 6 April it presents with an opportunity to recognize the role that sport and physical activity plays in communities and in people’s lives across the world.
Walking from here to there can become quite mundane, but on Jump Over Things Day, there’s an extra spring in everyone’s step. It is celebrated on the 6th of April.
Each year on April 6th, National Caramel Popcorn Day conjures up memories of fairs, sporting events, and fun snacking.
National Siamese Cat Dayhas been observed annually on April 6th since 2014, and was created by cat-lover Jace Shoemaker-Galloway.
Each year in April, National Library Workers Day recognizes the valuable contributions library staff make every day to their communities through their hard work and dedication.
National STUDENT-Athlete Day (NSAD) on April 6th provides an opportunity to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of student-athletes.
Tartan Day is a North American celebration of Scottish heritage on April 6, the date on which the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320. It originated in Canada in the mid-1980s. It spread to other communities of the Scottish diaspora in the 1990s.
Plan Your Epitaph Dayis observed on April 06, 2021. The day is a chance for control freaks to plan out what their gravestone is going to say. An epitaph is a short text honoring a deceased person, strictly speaking that is inscribed on their tombstone or plaque, but also used figuratively.
Each year on the First Tuesday in April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) Day of Action provides a day to focus awareness on sexual violence prevention.
National Sorry Charlie Day on April 6th each year encourages us to view rejection from a different perspective. It’s a day to think about the times we have been rejected.
National Teflon Day on April 6th each year honors the accidental invention of Teflon on April 6, 1938, by Dr. Roy Plunkett. While working in the E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company lab that April day, Plunkett, along with his assistant, accidentally discovered polytetrafluoroethylene.
World Table Tennis Day is celebrated annually on 6th April.
Chakri Memorial Day is a national holiday in Thailand, observed on April 6th.
Accelerate ACL Awareness Among Young Women Day is a campaign to raise awareness among parents, coaches, educators, and young women, so that young women may be educated on how to prevent and treat ACL injuries. ACL stands for anterior cruciate ligament, which is a ligament in the knee.
April 5 is Bell Bottoms Day. Also known as Flares, these wide leg jeans or trousers are tight in the thighs and become wider from the knees.
Dyngus Dayalways falls on the Monday after Easter. This year it is on April 5, 2021.
First Contact Daywas a holiday celebrated to honor both the warp 1 flight of the Phoenix and first open contact between Humans and Vulcans.
National Go For Broke Dayon April 5th encourages us to give it our all. No matter our goal, there’s a reason to persevere despite all the odds. The phrase “Go for broke” has roots in Hawaiin Pidgin, meaning “wager everything.”
Gold Star Spouses Dayon April 5th honors the surviving loved ones of military service members killed in the line of duty. The day offers remembrance for the spouses and their families and a time of recognition of their sacrifices.
Caramel lovers celebrate their favorite treat on National Caramel Day each year. Observed on April 5th, this versatile confection adds delicious, creamy flavor to desserts, pastries, and candies.
National Dandelion Day: Dandelions are thought to have evolved about thirty million years ago in Eurasia. They have been used by humans for food and as a herb for much of recorded history.
On April 5th, National Deep Dish Pizza Day gives pizza lovers a day to celebrate one of America’s favorite varieties of pizza. Whether it’s dine-in, delivered, take out or homemade, deep-dish pizza satisfies pizza lovers all across the country.
National Flash Drive Day is a day dedicated to celebrating the birthday of the USB flash drive and all it has done for the world.
Observed annually on April 5th, National Raisin and Spice Bar Day celebrates a baked treat that’s easy to make. Sometimes comfort foods come in the form of raisins and spice fresh from the oven.
Peeps Day:The Monday directly following Easter. This day one can buy a large assortment of Peeps at ridiculously low prices. Peeps are marshmallow candies sold in the United States and Canada that are shaped into chicks, bunnies, and other animals.
Annually, National Read a Road Map Day on April 5th challenges us to test our skills. The earliest road map, Britania Atlas, was drawn by cartographer John Ogilby in 1675. Fast forward a few centuries, and my how things have changed!
Sweet Potato Day, also known as Tater Day, is observed next on Monday, April 5th, 2021. It has always been observed the first Monday in April.
White House Egg Roll Day has been an Easter tradition since 1878.
The Qingming festival, also known as Tomb-Sweeping Day in English, is a traditional Chinese festival observed by the Han Chinese of mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and by the Chitty of Malaysia and Singapore.
Happy 404 Day! A day where we celebrate the infamous HTTP error status that shows up when a piece of content no longer exists.
Bonza Bottler Dayis celebrated once a month when the number of the month coincides with the number of the day.
Easter, also called Pascha or Resurrection Sunday, is a Christian festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day after his burial following his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD.
Geologists Dayis a professional holiday of geologists, geophysicists and geochemists. It is traditionally celebrated on the first Sunday of April. The establishment of this holiday was initiated by a group of prominent Soviet geologists headed by academician Alexander Yanshin.
National Hug A Newsperson Day:This day encourages people to acknowledge newspersons by giving them a hug, with consent of course, as a way of showing appreciation.
The International Carrot Dayor the Carrot Day is celebrated every year on April 4th and is the pinnacle for carrot lovers all around the world. It is the day when the carrot is celebrated through carrot parties and other carrot related festivities.
Jeep 4×4 Day:April 4, known to our friends, fans and followers around the world as 4×4 Day, is a day specifically meant to celebrate the freedom and adventure that come with owning a Jeep vehicle,” said Tim Kuniskis, Head of Jeep Brand, North America.
Last Day of Passover– April 4, 2021: Passover 2021 starts at sundown on March 27 and is ends on Saturday night, April 3 or Sunday, April 4 depending on family tradition.
National Baked Ham with Pineapple Dayis observed next on Sunday, April 4th, 2021. It has always been observed the first Sunday after the full moon following the March Equinox.
April 4 is National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day. Chicken Cordon Bleu, first appearing on menus in America in the 1960’s, did not actually originate at its European namesake school, Le Cordon Bleu. April 4 is National Cordon Bleu Day.
National Tell A Lie Dayis observed on 4th April of every year. It is a unique and fun day to celebrate.
Victims of Violence Holy Dayis observed on the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, April 4. Wear black to show solidarity with victims of slavery and violence.
National Vitamin C Dayon April 4th each year shares all the ways vitamin C nurtures and benefits our health, inside and out! While Vitamin C is widely recognized for warding off colds, the vitamin is also clinically proven to be a powerhouse in other areas of health, too.
National Walk Around Things Dayis celebrated on April 4 of every year. This day has two different perspectives, one is taking the literal meaning of the day, i.e., walking around the things that stands as an obstacle, for an example instead of walking through a park bench or a mud pond, you can walk around them to avoid distraction and to have a peaceful walk. It just means to walk around for some exercise. Another metaphorical meaning for the day is that to walk around the problems that stands in the way. Sometimes it is better to neglect few issues than to deal with it, in that way you be in peace and happiness.
April 4th is World Rat Day! A day to recognise what wonderful companions pet rats can be! Unfortunately, a history of bad press from the bubonic plague and the Black Death is associated with rats. However, World Rat Day is here to bust these old myths and misconceptions.
Children’s Day – Taiwan designated 4 April as Children’s Day
April 4th is the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action.
American Circus Daytakes place on the anniversary of the first circus performance in America, which occurred on today’s date in Philadelphia in 1793. The modern circus had been created just decades before, by Philip Astley in England.
Armenian Appreciation Dayis observed next on Saturday, April 3rd, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 3rd.
April 3, 2021 in the World Don’t Go to Work Unless it’s Fun Day is observed on April 03, 2021. If it’s going to be fun at work on this day, get up and go for it. Otherwise, better stay at home or do whatever you wish to do.
Every Day is Tag Day, also known as Tag Day, is observed next on Saturday, April 3rd, 2021. It has always been observed the first Saturday in April.
Fan Dance Day Japan has a long history of traditional dances. The Japanese Fan dance is one of the oldest dances, dating back to 600BC.
Each year on April 3rd, National Find A Rainbow Day challenges us to look to the sky and find a colorful ray of hope cast across it. There are people that see rainbows as an artistic masterpiece in the sky, to others it is a sign of hope and to many a sign of promise.
To celebrate the 2nd anniversary of Matt Smith’s famous “Fish Fingers and Custard” scene in the Doctor Who episode ‘Eleventh Hour’, the BBC have decided to coin 3rd April 2012 as “Fish Fingers And Custard Day“.
Holy Saturday2021 is on Saturday, April 3, 2021
International Firewalk Day – April 3, 2021 (First Saturday in April)
International Pillow Fight Day is a worldwide event held in many cities that takes place on the first Saturday in April.
National Birding Day – April 3, 2021 (First Saturday of April).
Every April 3rd National Chocolate Mousse Day recognizes the decadent dessert that gained popularity in France in the 1800s. Mousse is prepared by beating eggs or cream or both to a frothy, airy consistency and then folding the ingredients together to create a light, creamy delight.
National DIY Day is observed next on Saturday, April 3rd, 2021. It has been observed the first Saturday in April since 2016.
On April 3rd, National Film Score Day recognizes the musical masterpieces called “Film Scores” and, more specifically, the very talented composers who create them.
National Love Our Children Day on the first Saturday in April focuses on raising awareness on child abuse during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This day honors all children and encourages us to develop loving, respectful relationships with our children.
National Play Outside Day is the first Saturday of every month. The next one is Saturday, April 3rd, 2021. National Play Outside Day is the first Saturday of every month. The next one is Saturday, April 3rd, 2021.
Pony Express Day: The first westbound Pony Express trip left St. Joseph on April 3, 1860, and arrived 10 days later in Sacramento, California, on April 14. These letters were sent under cover from the east to St. Joseph, and never directly entered the U.S. mail system.
Tangible Karma Day is observed on the first Saturday of April since 2005. It is celebrated on April 3rd of this year. Karma means action, work, or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where the purpose and activities of an individual influence the future of that individual.
On April 3rd each year, National Tweed Day focuses on all things tweed.
Weed Out Hate, Sow The Seeds of Greatness Day is observed next on Saturday, April 3rd, 2021. It has always been observed annually on April 3rd.
World Party Day is based on the idea that peace is not the opposite of war, merely its absence.
The Hùng Kings’ Temple Festivalis a Vietnamese festival held annually from the 8th to the 11th day of the third lunar month in honour of the Hùng Vương or Hùng Kings. The main festival day, which is a public holiday in Vietnam since 2007, is on the 10th day. This year it is on April 2.
Näfelser Fahrtis a regional public holiday in the Swiss canton of Glarus, observed on the first Thursday in April. the first Näfelser Fahrt, a pilgrimage to the site of the battle was held. This pilgrimage, which still occurs, happens on the first Thursday in April and is in memory of the battle. The pilgrimage played an important role in the creation of the unified canton of Glarus.
Pascua Floridapronounced [ pas-kua ] is a Spanish term that means “flowery festival” or “feast of flowers” and is an annual celebration of Juan Ponce de Leon’s arrival in Florida.
Good Friday2021 is on Friday, April 2, commemorating for Christians the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Hospital Admitting Clerks Dayis observed next on Friday, April 2nd, 2021. It has always been observed the first Friday in April.
International Children’s Book Dayis a yearly event sponsored by the International Board on Books for Young People, an international non-profit organization. Founded in 1967, the day is observed on or around Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday, April 2.
This Friday, on April 2, fact-checkers celebrate the fifth International Fact-Checking Day in the middle of a pandemic and corresponding infodemic.
Ferret Day seeks to celebrate these remarkable and resilient creatures as well as raise awareness about the best standards of welfare, nutrition and care.
National Hot Cross Bun Day– April 2, 2021 (Same Day as Good Friday) Hot cross buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday in many countries around the world.
Love Your Produce Manager Day is celebrated on April 2 of every year. The day is to appreciate the grocery store’s produce manager.
On April 2nd each year, National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day celebrates a classic food favorite.
National Pro-Life T Shirt Day – April 2, 2021 Pro-Life T-Shirt Day is a great way to share the message of protecting innocent human life no matter where you are!
National Walk to Work Day is celebrated on April 02, 2021. It is held the first Friday of April in the USA and was declared in 2004 by U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy G. Thompson. The day encourages Americans to walk to work.
National Reconciliation Day on April 2nd each year urges us to repair relationships we have damaged through words or deeds.
Student Government Day is observed next on Friday, April 2nd, 2021. It has been observed the first Friday in April since 1947.
World Autism Awareness/Acceptance Dayis an internationally recognized day on April 2 every year, encouraging Member States of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about people with autistic spectrum disorders including autism and Asperger syndrome throughout the world.
World Marbles Day– April 2, 2021 (Same Day as Good Friday)
April Fools’ Day or April Fool’s Day is an annual custom on April 1 consisting of practical jokes and hoaxes. Jokesters often expose their actions by shouting “April Fools!” at the recipient. Mass media can be involved in these pranks, which may be revealed as such the following day.
Kha b-Nisan, Ha b-Nisin, or Ha b-Nison, also known as Resha d-Sheta and as Akitu, or Assyrian New Year, is the spring festival among the indigenous Assyrians of northern Iraq, northeastern Syria, southeastern Turkey and northwestern Iran, celebrated on the first day of April.
Boomer Bonus Day. Happens annually on the 1st of the month of April.
The International Edible Book Festivalis an annual event usually held on or around April 1, which is also known as Edible Book Day. The global event has been celebrated since 2000 in various parts of the world, where “edible books” are created, displayed, and small events are held.
Fossil Fools Day is an environmental demonstration day. It occurs on April 1. The name is a play on the term fossil fuels and April Fools’ Day.
Holy Thursday – April 1, 2021. Holy Thursday marks the beginning of the Paschal Triduum, the three holy days in our liturgical calendar that commemorate the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus.
This April 1st, International Fun At Work Day will be celebrated. Many companies have eagerly joined this global initiative, which has been a “Day” since 1996; a nice celebration that, after nearly 20 years of existence, is the perfect excuse to propose a fun day at the office.
April 1st is the International Tatting Day. Tatting is the skill of making delicate, elegant tatted lace. It is enjoyed by thousands of people. On this day, “tatters” around the world have different activities, mostly educational, to celebrate their hobby, and introduce it to others.
Library Snapshot Day is an engaging way to capture “a day in the life” of libraries and their support of communities. Through reports and statistics, patron participation and testimonials, and photographs, we can reveal the invaluable contributions of libraries.
Lupus Alert Day · Achy joints · Unexplained fever · Swollen joints · Prolonged or extreme fatigue. · Skin rash. · Ankle swelling and fluid accumulation.
Maundy Thursday – April 1, 2021. Maundy Thursday commemorates Jesus Christ’s institution of the Eucharist during the Last Supper.
National Atheist Day is observed on April 1 of every year. There are so many religious holidays like Eid al-Adha, Diwali and much more are celebrated every year. All religions around the world have festivities going on all through the year, but these celebrations carry only little meaning for the people who do not believe in the existence of god or gods. Approximately about 2% of the world’s population does not believe in and follow the practices of any religion. They don’t have any holidays dedicated to them so, for people who don’t have belief in gods can observe Atheist Day.
National Burrito Day on the first Thursday in April celebrates the tasty and versatile Mexican dish wrapped in a tortilla.
National Jump in Muddy Puddles Day was founded by the Muddy Puddles Project and “kicks off a season of special events benefitting childhood cancer.” This holiday honors children diagnosed with cancer by urging parents to let their children play outside, get a little dirty, and jump in muddy puddles!
National Love Our Children Day on the 1st April focuses on raising awareness on child abuse during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This day honors all children and encourages us to develop loving, respectful relationships with our children.
April 1 is National One Cent Day. Time to pinch your pennies.
National Sourdough Bread Day on April 1st recognizes one of the world’s oldest leavened breads. Sourdough is produced through the process of long fermentation of the dough using lactobacilli and yeasts.
National Trombone Players Day is observed next on Thursday, April 1st, 2021. It has been observed annually on April 1st since 2010.
Reading is Funny Day is the best day to show your kids that reading can be just as much fun as most of the entertainment sources they rely on.
The Saint Stupid’s Day Parade is an annual parade in San Francisco on April 1.
U.S. Air Force Academy Day is held on April 1.
Poetry and the Creative Mind Day is being observed today! It has always been observed annually on April 1st.
The Day of the Balearic Islands (Día de les Illes Balears) is a local public holiday on the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain, on March 1 each year. It is marked by a public holiday to commemorate the signing of the Statute of Autonomy on March 1st, 1983 which granted autonomous status to the islands.
Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, corresponding with International Women’s Day on March 8, and during October in Canada, corresponding with the celebration of Persons Day on October 18.
South Korea Independence Movement Day is a national holiday in South Korea. Also known as March 1st Movement Day, Independence Movement Day is a public holiday in South Korea. It is always celebrated on March 1st. March 1st Movement, a mass demonstration of Korean resistance against Japanese colonial rule. The movement began on March 1, 1919 with a reading of Korea’s “Proclamation of Independence”; within a year, up to 2 million Koreans participated in protests around the country.
Saint David’s Day, or the Feast of Saint David, is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and falls on 1 March, the date of Saint David’s death in 589 AD.
Switzerland Republic Day: Republic Day is a Swiss regional public holiday celebrated on 1st March each year in the canton of Neuchâtel. This holiday marks the date in 1848 when Neuchâtel became a republic within the Swiss Confederation.
The United States Asiatic Fleet was a fleet of the United States Navy during much of the first half of the 20th century. Before World War II, the fleet patrolled the Philippine Islands.
Baby Sleep Day on March 1st is celebrated globally and draws attention to the importance of good sleep habits for parents and kids. preceding National Sleep Awareness Week and World Sleep Day. Baby Sleep Day brings attention to the importance of a good night’s sleep for every young child and their family. The Pediatric Sleep Council, a team of international pediatric sleep experts, organizes Baby Sleep Day.
In Iceland, Beer Day is celebrated every year on March 1, honoring the elimination of the 74-year prohibition of beer. Beer was banned in Iceland between 1915 and until 1989!
Casimir Pulaski Day is a legal holiday in Illinois, in the United States, on the first Monday of March. Casimir Pulaski is remembered in many ways. In Poland, he is remembered as a man who fought for freedom on two continents, and is given the title “Soldier of Liberty.” In the United States, numerous streets, bridges, counties, and towns are named for him in honor of his aid to American forces. He is praised for his contributions to the U.S. military in the American Revolution and known as “the father of the American cavalry”.
Endometriosis Awareness Day:Endometriosis awareness takes place across the globe during the month of March with a mission to raise awareness of a disease.
March 1st as Women of Color Day, 29 years old. The symbol of Venus reflects the color of International Women’s Day. Purple symbolises dignity & justice. Green is a symbol of hope.
International Black Women In Jazz & The Arts Month and is celebrated annually during the month of March. We set aside that time to honor the contributions that black females in the Arts and related professionals have made in the past, present and to the future of jazz and the arts.
Each year on March 1st, National Fruit Compote Day presents a celebration filled with sweet berries, citrus, and stone fruits to delight the senses. The word compote is French for “mixture.”
Horse Protection Day is all about returning the love of our four-legged friends by raising awareness of the various plights that horses face and by protecting them from abuse, exploitation and neglect.
National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day: Peanut butter is a perfect food, and on March 1, we honor that perfection with National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day.
National Pig Day is an event held annually on March 1 in the United States to celebrate the pig. The holiday is most often celebrated in the Midwest of the US. The holiday celebration in the USA was started in 1972 by sisters Ellen Stanley, a teacher in Lubbock, Texas, and Mary Lynne Rave of Beaufort, North Carolina.
Wedding Planning Day was established in 2017 to help encourage those who are engaged to be married to start setting up their wedding day as early as possible.
Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Day: March 1st is Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Day (‘Bikini’ Day) which marks the anniversary of the US ‘Bravo’ nuclear bomb detonation at Bikini Atoll in 1954. The explosion gouged out a crater more than 200 feet deep and a mile across, melting huge quantities of coral which were sucked up into the atmosphere together with vast volumes of seawater. The resulting fallout caused widespread contamination in the Pacific.
Plan a Solo Vacation Day: While these kinds of vacations can be exciting and a great way to spend a week or two, the solo traveler is exploring something far greater than the tourists traps.
Refired Not Retired Day is celebrated on March 1 of every year. Refired Not Retired Day is dedicated to all those people who have retired already or about to get retired. If you are retired or approaching retirement age, Refired Not Retired Day is for you!
Self-Injury Awareness Day on March 1st each year focuses on increasing education and support on a misunderstood problem. SIAD is an international event that is recognised across the globe.
Share a Smile Day encourages everyone to smile at someone. It’s an easy act of kindness and is healthy too.
World Civil Defence Day is observed on 1st March every year, all over the world. The theme of World Civil Defence Day 2021, is “Civil Defence and a first aider in every home.”
World Compliment Day is the ideal time to share that feeling of wellbeing with the people in the world around you.
Zero Discrimination Day is an annual day celebrated by the United Nations and other international organisations. The day aims to promote equality before the law and in practice throughout all of the member countries of the UN.
On March 1st, National Dadgum That’s Good Day ushers in a season of satisfying seasonings, cooking and overall good times spent with family. “Dadgum, That’s Good!”™ is much more than just a Southern phrase and the title of John McLemore’s best-selling cookbook series.
American Citizenship Day is a public holiday in Puerto Rico on March 2nd each year. It commemorates the granting of U.S. Citizenship to Puerto Ricans on this day in 1917.
March 2 is National Read Across America Day, a day to celebrate our favorite activity. The day was established by the National Education Association (NEA) in 1998 to help get kids excited about reading. The day occurs each year on the birthday of beloved children’s book author Dr. Seuss.
Texas Independence Day is the celebration of the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2, 1836. With this document signed by 59 delegates, settlers in Mexican Texas officially declared independence from Mexico and created the Republic of Texas. It is an annual legal holiday in Texas, in the United States.
International Rescue Cat Day is March 2nd International Rescue Cat Day is the day to bring a new member into your family by adopting a cat! A day to celebrate one of man’s most common and ancient pets.
National Banana Cream Pie Day is celebrated on March 2 of every year. It is a very popular dessert.
Always observed on March 2nd, National Old Stuff Day gives notice to all that old stuff and encourages you to try something new. Well, maybe not ALL the old stuff, but some of it.
National Sportsmanship Day is observed next on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021. It has been observed the first Tuesday in March since 1991.
Peace Corps Day is observed next on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021. It has been observed the first Tuesday in March since 1998. It is all about saying thanks to those who offer their services to those in need.
Vermont’s Town Meeting Day gives the state’s residents the chance to speak their minds in a public forum on the first Tuesday of March. Town Meeting Day marks Vermont’s admission to the US in 1791. On this day most towns in Vermont elect their municipal officers, approve budgets, and deal with other civic issues in a day-long public meeting of the voters called a Town Meeting.
The sessions will be held on March 2, 2021, which is World Teen Mental Wellness Day. This annual event was founded by Hollister in 2020 in partnership with the National Day Calendar and aims to dismantle the stigma around teen mental health.
Dolls’ Festival/Girls’ Festival: Hinamatsuri, also called Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day, is a special day in Japan. Celebrated on 3 March of each year, platforms covered with a red carpet-material are used to display a set of ornamental dolls representing the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period.
World Wildlife Day: On 20 December 2013, at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), in its resolution decided to proclaim 3 March every year as World Wildlife Day.
33 Flavors Day is dedicated to ice cream! Some sources say that the holiday takes place on the anniversary of the opening of the ice cream shop, Baskin Robbins. Baskin Robbins is known for its 31 flavors, not 33, so it is unclear why the day is called 33 Flavors Day.
Bonza Bottler Day is not a ‘traditional’ holiday. It is a holiday that is celebrated every month. When the day’s date matches the month’s number, that is a Bonza Bottler Day. Several holidays are celebrated on Bonza Bottler Day such as New Year’s Day on January 01, Groundhog Day on February 02 and Veteran’s Day on November 11.
National Canadian Bacon Day is celebrated on March 3 of every year. This day is popularly celebrated in Canada individually. Bacon is a meat dish prepared from the cured pork.
National I Want You to be Happy Day on March 3rd encourages us to do something that makes others happy. It is observed on March 3 of every year. It gives each of us the opportunity to brighten someone’s day through simple acts of kindness.
If Pets Had Thumbs Day is March 3rd and in honor of the wacky pet holiday we should take care of our pets and have lots of fun with them.
International Ear Care Day is an annual advocacy event held on 3 March. Designated at the First International Conference on Prevention and Rehabilitation of Hearing Impairment in Beijing, China in 2007, the Day aims to raise awareness and promote ear and hearing care across the world.
The origin of National Anthem Day is actually in America, where Francis Scott Key wrote the anthem for that fledgling nation while Fort McHenry was under assault by British forces. Some nations, such as England, don’t actually have an official national anthem. The people of the nation have adopted a song as their anthem.
National Cold Cuts Day is celebrated on March 3 of every year. A tray of assorted lunch meats with pickle, tomatoes are called as cold cuts. Cold cuts are sliced, precooked or cured meat, often sausages or meat loaves. Usually they are served on sandwiches or a platter with cheese and crackers.
National Mulled Wine Day on March 3rd warms us up with fruits, spices, and wine. In the lingering days of winter, a hot mug of mulled wine hits the spot and fills the home with pleasant aromas. Mulled spirits are wine and liquors that have been heated and spiced.
The Navy Reserve Birthday: The U.S. Navy Reserve celebrates its birthday every March 3. Formed in 1915 in response to the outbreak of World War I, the Navy Reserve made up almost 84 percent of the Navy’s fighting force during the war.
Peach Blossom Day refers to the Japanese Doll Festival, which takes place on March 3. The peach, Prunus persica, is a deciduous tree, native to China and South Asia, where it was first cultivated. It bears an edible juicy fruit also called a peach.
Simplify-Your-Life Day: Mark your calendar for the big day: March 3, 2021. This day is only one small part of your great big year, where being complicated is against the rules and this day’s experience stays with you for a lifetime.
National Soup it Forward Day on March 3rd encourages us to deliver love and kindness by the bowlful. We all know a warm cup of kindness comes in many forms. When I make a pot of soup, it is nearly always enough to feed an army.
Talk in Third Person Day is on the third day of the third month. The day is spent speaking in the third person. On the first celebration, in 2006, the day’s creator said, “It’s finally here. Russell is very excited!”
TB-303 Appreciation Dayis observed next on Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021. It has always been observed annually on March 3rd. The Transistor Bass (TB) 303 was a bass synthesizer designed as a simple analog instrument which produces one sound at a time, compared to a piano which plays several notes simultaneously if you press several keys at once.
World Birth Defects Day (WBDD), observed on March 3 each year, unites people and organizations working in the field of birth defects, also known as congenital anomalies, congenital disorders or congenital conditions. There are many types of birth defects and this day recognizes our collective voice in raising awareness for all birth defects.
March 3rd, 2021 is Stop Bad Service Day which is observed on the first Wednesday in March. There are many examples of bad service: servers who aren’t attentive, restaurants which aren’t hygienic enough etc. 86% of customers will stop doing business with an organization after 1 bad experience. Service matters more than ever.
Anniversary of Installation of the Sultan in Terengganu: The Sultan is the constitutional ruler of the state of Terengganu. He was crowned as Sultan of Terengganu on March 4th 1999.
Benjamin Harrison Day: Benjamin Harrison (August 20, 1833 – March 13, 1901) was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 23rd president of the United States from 1889 to 1893. Benjamin Harrison was sworn into office on March 4, 1889.
Brain Injury Awareness Day provides an important opportunity to bring attention to the prevention of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and to promote strategies to improve the quality of life for persons living with TBI and their families.
March 4 is Courageous Follower Day: The concept of “courageous followership” is based on the award-winning book: The Courageous Follower: Standing Up To and For Our Leaders, written by Ira Chaleff and published by Berrett-Koehler. The book is a landmark in the newly emerging field of Leadership/Followership studies.
Holy Experiment Day is celebrated on March 04, 2021. You can use this day to try something religious, like praying for snow in summer. It is a day for experimenting with prayer, getting someone to consider your religion, or for trying out a new religion.
March 4th is recognized by many as Hug A G.I. Day and has become a part of the informal national holiday calendar. While G.I.s refer to Army personnel, the day encompasses all those who have served in the military. The term G.I. is now fairly commonly known to refer to those serving in the U.S. armed forces.
Every year March 4 is recognized as International GM’s Appreciation Day. It started 15 years ago in 2002 in an EN World message board post and has been celebrated ever since. Whether you call them a game master (GM), dungeon master (DM) or something else, these dedicated individuals spend countless hours crafting this adventurous world.
International Scrapbooking Industry Day is an annual celebration observed on March 4th. Memories are the one most loved, cherished and invaluable things that will take anyone to the same exact moment.
March Forth and Do Something Day is a made-up holiday celebrated each year on March 4. This holiday is used as an excuse to make an effort, take a risk, or refuse to let reasons come between you and your goals.
Marching Music Day: March forth to the rhythm of life on Marching Music Day every March 4th. Honor the dedicated musicians and performers of many diverse styles and backgrounds. Marching Music Day celebrates all varieties of art forms that bring us “music on the move.”
National Backcountry Ski Day: On March 4th every year, skiers and riders around the country get together to enjoy a day in the backcountry.
National Dance the Waltz Day is observed on Thursday, March 4th, 2021.
National Grammar Day, which is celebrated on March 4, was established in 2008 by Martha Brockenbrough, the author of Things That Make Us and founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG).
National Hospitalist Day: On the first Thursday in March each year, we recognize our health care team members who make up the fastest-growing specialty in modern medicine.
On March 4th, National Pound Cake Day recognizes one of the dessert world’s most versatile cakes. Each year it is celebrated by bakers and cake lovers alike.
National Snack Day is celebrated on March 4th. This day in the U.S.A is an annual food holiday created by snack-lovers.
National Sons Day on March 4th honors the sons of the world and those who raise them. Spend time with your son teaching him something that will help him and others around him throughout his life.
Toy Soldier Day: On March 4th of every year, Toy Soldiers, Nurses & Medics, Scouts and Engineers gather from around the world to celebrate the day that Toy Soldiers Unite was formed in 2006. It’s time to gather up all your miniature figurine soldiers for the war.
World Book Day, also known as World Book and Copyright Day, or International Day of the Book is celebrated on the first Thursday of March each year. World Book Day in the United Kingdom and Ireland pursues placing a book in every child and young adult’s hand. That’s been their mission since 1995! The day also celebrates the imaginative authors and illustrators who keep us coming back for more. The first World Book Day was celebrated on 23 April in 1995.
The Fifth of March is a 1993 novel about the Boston Massacre by historian and author Ann Rinaldi, who was also the author of many other historical fiction novels such as Girl in Blue and A Break with Charity.
Rebellion Anniversary is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.
American Immigration Lawyers Association Day of Action – March 5, 2021: Founded in 1946, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is a national bar association of attorneys who practice and teach immigration law. AILA Member attorneys represent tens of thousands of U.S. businesses and industries, foreign students, entertainers, athletes, and asylum seekers, often on a pro bono basis. AILA is an Affiliated Organization of the American Bar Association.
Dress in Blue Day – March 5, 2021 (First Friday in March): In an effort to knock out one of the top cancers causing death, National Dress in Blue Day on the first Friday in March encourages everyone to learn about the causes of colon cancer and raise awareness by wearing blue.
Employee Appreciation Day is an official holiday observed on the first Friday in March. It is a day for companies to thank their employees for their hard work and effort throughout the year. This day was created for the purpose of strengthening the bond between employer and employee.
National Cheese Doodle Day on March 5th marks an annual celebration where fingers turn a cheesy orange as we snack on these flavorful treats!
National Multiple Personality Day on March 5 has 2 approaches to recognizing this day. Raise awareness and examine our personalities.
National Potty Dance Day: On National Potty Dance Day, people do the potty dance no matter what their age. Although the moves to the potty dance are open to interpretation
National Poutine Day:Poutine is a delicious treat during the sometimes still chilly month of March. Poutine is a dish consisting of French fries and cheese curds topped with brown gravy.
National Salesperson Day – March 5, 2021 (First Friday in March): This day honors the value and dedication of the professional salesperson as well as the hard work that they perform.
Reel Film Day: March 5th marks first-ever nationwide celebration of 35mm with film screenings at independent cinemas across the country and exclusive Mondo merchandise with proceeds benefitting film preservation efforts.
Shabbat Across America and Canada. “Turn an ordinary Friday night into something extraordinary!” On Friday night, March 5, 2021, it is hosted annually by shuls and Jewish organizations across the United States and Canada.
World Day of Prayer– March 5, 2021 (First Friday in March): The traditional date for WDP is March 5th, 2021. This very special day is normally celebrated on the first Friday in March each year, but this year, it will be a virtual event due, of course, to COVID-19. Because it is virtual, you can celebrate it on the day of your choosing.
Alamo Day: On March 6, 1836, after 13 days of intermittent fighting, the Battle of the Alamo comes to a gruesome end, capping off a pivotal moment in the Texas Revolution.
Day of the Dude: March 6 is the annual sacred high holy day of Dudeism: Dudeism is a religion, philosophy, or lifestyle inspired by “The Dude”, the protagonist of the Coen Brothers’ 1998 film The Big Lebowski. It has spawned its own religion, an annual festival, as well as a bunch of wannabe-Dudes.
Dentist Day: Any particular history is not defined for Dentist’s Day but it is said that presumably 6 March is chosen because in 1790, on this day an American dentist John Greenwood served as a personal dentist of George Washington’s who had invented the first known dental foot engine.
International Open Data Day is an annual event that promotes awareness and use of open data. It takes place globally, usually in February or March. International Open Data Day was first proposed by David Eaves in 2010.
National Day of Unplugging is an awareness campaign that promotes a 24-hour respite from technology every year the first weekend in March.
On National Dress Day March 6, we celebrate the most versatile and fun article of clothing there is — the dress! Fashion designer Ashley Lauren founded the day to help pay homage to dresses and the magical moments that happen when we wear them.
National Frozen Food Day takes place on March 06, 2021. This day has been created in honor of the frozen foods. Since early times, farmers, fishermen, and trappers have preserved their game and produce in unheated buildings during the winter season. In 1954, Swanson introduced the first frozen dinners.
National Oreo Cookie Day: We celebrate America’s number one cookie each year on its very special day on March 6 with National Oreo Cookie Day.
National Play Outside Day: March 6, 2021 (First Saturday of Every Month) If it’s the first Saturday of the month, it’s National Play Outside Day. So, no matter what month it is, everyone put down your electronic devices and get outside! All year long, we are given numerous opportunities to get outside and play.
Sock Monkey Day – March 6, 2021 (First Saturday in March): Happens each year on the 1st Saturday of March. In 2021, this is March 6th.
National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day on March 6th offers another way to celebrate one of our favorite desserts. Cheesecake is a sweet dessert that is a mixture of soft fresh cheese, cream cheese or cottage cheese, eggs and sugar on a crust made from crushed graham crackers, crushed cookies, pastry or sponge cake.
National Dentist’s Day is celebrated every year on March 6 in the United States. It is observed to create awareness on oral health among the public, educates them about the importance of oral health and the role of a dentist to keep their oral health well and express gratitude to the doctors who help you to keep your teeth healthy.
Foundation Day is a designated date on which celebrations mark the founding of a nation, state or a creation of a military unit. This day is for countries that came into existence without the necessity of gaining independence.
Alexander Graham Bell Day is celebrated every year on March 7. Bell’s invention, the telephone, revolutionized the world of communications. On March 7, 1876 he had received a patent for his revolutionary new invention called the telephone.
Daughter’s and Son’s Day – March 7, 2021 (First Sunday in March)
Finisher’s Medal Day is observed next on Sunday, March 7th, 2021. It has been observed the first Sunday in March since 2018. It recognizes the long hours, days, weeks and even months of training thousands of men and women across the country have put in to achieve their goals of completing a race.
Namesake Day – March 7, 2021 (The Sunday of Celebrate Your Name Week) There are many of us who bear names that come from another, a name that was selected, not by coincidence, but with intent to carry on the honor of that lineage into our own life. Namesake Day beseeches you to find out, and celebrate the heritage you carry in your name.
Celebrated March 7, National Be Heard Day is an occasion for small businesses owners and aspiring owners to make their voices heard. The day celebrates small businesses and encourages them to stand up for themselves and their ideas and lay claim to their share of the market.
National Cereal Day is celebrated on March 7 every year. Wholegrain cereals are an excellent source of fiber, iron, and B vitamins.
Crown Roast of Pork Day. The pig is one of the oldest forms of livestock since approximately 5000 BC! Its relative was the wild boar. It was domesticated in the East and to this day is the most eaten meat in the world. There has been more to the pig through the years other than its meat as well. Pigs have very sensitive noses and are able to sniff out truffles which are a very expensive fungus used in gourmet cooking. They also helped with the farming by breaking up the soil that was to be plowed.
Orthodox Meatfare Sunday – March 7, 2021: The Sunday of the Last Judgment or Meatfare Sunday is the third Sunday using the Lenten Triodion, the liturgical book used in the services of Great Lent. It is the Sunday after the Sunday of the Prodigal Son and Sunday before Forgiveness Sunday.
Plant Power Day is the perfect solution for those trying to include more foliage in their diet while still keeping their carnivore habits. Its aim is to encourage everyone to put plant-based foods first for all food and drink choices, at least for one day.
For those who struggle with math, World Maths Day is a chance to take your skills to the test, and practice math skills. This event is all about the celebration of Maths and promotes to improve your numeracy skills.
Canberra Day is a public holiday in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) on the second Monday of March each year. It commemorates Canberra’s official founding in 1913 and highlights a major festival in the territory.
Commonwealth Day is annually held on the second Monday of March. it commemorates the Commonwealth of Nations, which is a union of some countries that used to be part of the British Empire. The date was chosen because it did not have any previous historical connotations.
Eight Hour Day or Labor Day – March 8, 2021 – (First Monday in March) Their motto – “Eight hours labor, eight hours recreation, eight hours rest!”
Fun Facts About Names Day encourages you to learn about the historical meanings and influences behind your name and the names of your friends and families. Uncover historical and religious influences, who you were named after, and see how name trends have changed over generations!
Girls Write Now is a nonprofit organization serving at-risk girls from New York City public high schools. It was founded by Maya Nussbaum, now Executive Director, in 1998. It encourages girls of all ages everywhere to “put pen to paper and explore the beauty and power of their unique, creative voices.”
International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March around the world. It is a focal point in the movement for women’s rights.
Look around and be careful, because Be Nasty Day is celebrated on March 08, 2021. Nasty is synonymous to being not nice, and that’s the reason why most people would be happy if you don’t celebrate that day.
March 8th is National Peanut Cluster Day! Melted chocolate mixed with peanuts makes a perfect combination for sweet and salty deliciousness!
March 8th is National Retro Video Game Day! From PONG to PAC-MAN and Mario to Sonic, today is the perfect day to play it all.
National Proofreading Day, celebrated each year on March 8, is a day to promote error-free writing. We all make typos, grammar mistakes, and spelling errors when we write, especially if we are moving too fast! National Proofreading Day is an opportunity to slow down, proofread our work, and then proof it again.
International Women’s Day is annually held on March 8 to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. It is also known as the United Nations (UN) Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace.
Birthday of Imam Ali: Ali ibn Abi Talib was a cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, who ruled as the fourth caliph from 656 until his assassination in 661. He is one of the central figures in Shia Islam and is regarded as the rightful immediate successor to Muhammad as an Imam by Shia Muslims.
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is used to save energy and make better use of daylight. It was first used in 1908 in Thunder Bay, Canada. DST is a seasonal time change measure where clocks are set ahead of standard time during part of the year, usually by one hour.
Nari Dibas / Diwas. “Woman’s Day in Nepal is written as ‘Nari ko Diwas’ popularly written as Nari Diwas in the Nepali language.
Amerigo Vespucci Day was proclaimed by Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York, on March 2, 1959, and was designated to take place on Amerigo Vespucci’s birthday on March 9.
Bang-Clang Day commemorates the Battle of Hampton Roads, a Civil War battle that took place on March 9, 1862. The battle is significant not because of its outcome, but because it marked the first battle between ironclad ships, ushering in a new era of naval warfare.
March 9 is National Barbie Day! In 1959, an 11-inch tall bombshell made her debut at the American International Toy Fair in New York. Designed by Ruth Handler, the co-founder of Mattel Inc., Barbie was created to allow girls to imagine what their lives could be like in the future.
False Teeth Day is celebrated on March 9 of every year. False teeth are known as dentures. Dentures are artificial devices that are constructed to replace the missing teeth.
March 9 is National Get Over It Day, a day dedicated to letting problems pass and getting over it.
Joe Franklin Day – March 9, 2013 was the first talk show ever and it was one of the longest-running TV shows in history, with more than 28 thousand episodes and more than 300 thousand guests! Franklin’s celebrity interviews, known as “Nostalgia Moments”, appeared daily on the Bloomberg Radio Network until mid-January 2015, shortly before his death which was on 24 January 2015.
National Crab Meat Day is observed annually on March 9th and it offers a day to celebrate one of the globe’s favorite crustaceans. With 1.5 million tons of crab consumed every year around the world, plenty of crab meat lovers celebrate every year.
National Meatball Day is observed annually on March 9th. Meatballs are made by taking ground or minced meat such as beef, pork or lamb, mixing it with spices, breadcrumbs, eggs or etc.
Panic Day is an informal holiday celebrated each year on March 9. It is one of the copyrighted Wellcat Holidays invented by Thomas and Ruth Roy. Panic is a very unpleasant sensation that can lead to sad, difficult and frightening consequences.
National Organize Your Home Office Day is celebrated annually on second Tuesday of every march. It counters this chaos by providing the motivation to throw away the trash and shred the unwanted.
Unique Names Day is celebrated on 9th March this year. It marks the names which are different and the ones where the people ask “how do you pronounce that?”. Usually, unique names have flair, character and they are memorable also.
Discover What Your Name Means Day takes place during Celebrate Your Name Week. It is a day to learn what your name and the names of others mean. Festival of Life in the Cracks Day celebrates the first signs of spring weather, such as sprouts of greenery that come up from cracks in sidewalks. It is a day to celebrate rebirth and renewal in life, and it is a day to see beauty and life everywhere.
Harriet Tubman Day is an American holiday in honor of the anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman, observed on March 10 in the whole country.
On March 10, 2010, The National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) announced the inaugural celebration of an annual Histotechnology Professionals Day; a day dedicated to raising awareness about the field of Histotechnology.
International Bagpipe Day is now a well established and increasingly popular event. Every March 10th you are invited to go out and play your pipes – anywhere, anyhow to anyone!
The International Day of Awesomenessoccurs every year on March 10th, which also happens to be Chuck Norris’ birthday. To celebrate the occasion, check out the official website for this holiday, organize a virtual group of friends and perform feats of awesomeness, and have an awesome day!
National Landline Telephone Day: Celebrated on the anniversary of Alexander Graham Bell’s amazing invention, National Landline Telephone Day on March 10 remembers the heyday of the landline phone in all its glory—and makes a strong case for its re-adoption.
Super Mario Day: Fans of Super Mario used to designate March 10 as Super Mario Day. Beginning in 2016, Nintendo officially embraced portly plumber’s fandom, which for you, the consumer, now means this: Sales on Mario stuff.
National Blueberry Popover Day is celebrated on March 10th every year. The popover is an American twist on a Yorkshire pudding.
National Pack Your Lunch Day on March 10 encourages everyone across the country to take their lunch to work, school or where ever they’re spending the day.
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day – March 10. National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health , is observed annually on March 10.
No Smoking Day is held annually in March; in the period building up to the campaign the number of visitors to the site increases significantly.
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day, also known as Registered Dietitian Day, is observed next on Wednesday, March 10th, 2021. It was observed on March 10th in 2008. It has been observed the second Wednesday in March since 2009.
The Salvation Army Day: The Salvation Army (TSA) is a Christian church and an international charitable organisation. The Salvation Army operates summer camps for children, Silvercrest Residences, and adult day care centres.
US Paper Money Day: On this date in 1862, the United States issued its first paper money in bills worth $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, and $1,000. Are you surprised that there was no paper money in the U.S. until 1862?
Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honour of the god Shiva. The name also refers to the night when Shiva performs the heavenly dance.
Debunking Day gives everyone the chance to set the record straight on whatever false and inaccurate pieces of information have been troubling them the most.
Dream Day is a vital day in terms of honoring the role that dreams play in all of our lives. Dream Day is March 11th Originated by the Dream School Foundation to make dreams a reality for every child. Children and adults should all realize that they can pursue a dream at any age.
March 11th – On National Johnny Appleseed Day, we remember a man who made apple (and pear) trees bloom across the nation.
March 11 is Key Deer Awareness Day. Key deer are small deer who live on several islands in the Florida Keys.
National Name Tag Day, a part of Celebrate Your Name Week (CYNW), is observed each year during the first full week of March. The premise is simple: everyone wears a name tag.
National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day: Congress designated March 11 as National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day. This day on March 11th reminds us to thank the professionals who consider every need during the most difficult time in our lives.
On March 11th, National Promposal Day prompts the ultimate question each year. “Will you go to prom with me?” It’s the day for high school students across North America to craft their unique invitation to the event of the year.
March 11th is National Worship of Tools Day. This is a day to go out into the garage, the tool shed, the storage closet or wherever it is you keep your tools. You can clean them, reorganize them, make something new with them or maybe go to the store and buy a new one.
National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day on March 11th celebrates a healthier version of the classic waffle. Whole grain oats and chopped nuts mixed into a waffle recipe is a delicious, healthy way to start your morning.
Popcorn Lover’s Day is celebrated on March 11, 2021. It is the special day for popcorn lovers and is celebrated every year on the second Thursday in March.
World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film was created in 2010 by Javed Mohammed, a San Francisco bay area based writer-producer and founder of MyFavoriteReview who proclaimed the day and week of March 11 each year as a special observance to share and discuss Muslim culture.
World Kidney Day on the second Thursday in March sets out each year to create increased awareness about kidney care.
March 11 is World Plumbing Day. March 11 is marked by celebrations, competitions, seminars, and activities all around the world.
Girl Scouts Day: Juliette Gordon Low, affectionately known as “Daisy” by her family and close friends, gathered 18 girls in her hometown of Savannah, Georgia, to share what she had learned abroad about a new outdoor and educational program for youth, and with this, the Girl Scout Movement was born on 12 March 1912 in Savannah, Georgia, United States.
National Middle Name Pride Day is an annual celebration held on the Friday of the first full week of every March. Few things in the world cannot be chosen by one’s own and that is called as destiny. It may be anything like human birth, parents, and of course the name of yours.
March 12 is National Alfred Hitchcock Day, so it’s a great time to celebrate the life and work of master filmmaker Alfred Hitcock by watching Tubi’s free-to-stream films featuring the legendary movie icon.
March 12th celebrates National Baked Scallops Day and a popular delicacy, the scallop. Scallops are a cosmopolitan family and can be found in all of the world’s oceans. They are one of the most popular shellfish in the world and highly prized as a food source.
National Preschooler’s Day. March 12th, 2021 is National Preschooler’s Day. which is observed the second Friday in March.
National Plant a Flower Day: Spring is just around the corner, and March 12th is the day to participate in National Plant a Flower Day. Each year this day is dedicated to the planting of flowers and looking forward to the spring season.
World Day Against Cyber Censorship is an online event held each year on March 12 to rally support for a single, unrestricted Internet that is accessible to all and to draw attention to the ways that governments around the world are deterring and censoring free speech online.
The Birthday of the Goddess of Mercy or Kuan Yin happens three times a year. The first birthday falls on the 19th day of the 2nd Chinese lunar month.
Arbor Day is a secular day of observance in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees. Today, many countries observe such a holiday. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season.
National Coconut Torte Day on March 13th recognizes a rich dessert featuring the decadent flavor of coconut and decorated with it, too! Coconut lovers may enjoy this holiday savoring the delicious taste of this rich dessert.
National Earmuff Day on March 13th recognizes the creation of the protection that keeps our ears warm. The annual celebration highlights the history of the fun and innovative invention each year.
National Good Samaritan Day on March 13th recognizes the unselfish actions of those who provide help when needed. The day is also known as Good Samaritan Involvement Day and celebrates kindness in all its forms.
International Fanny Pack Day is observed next on Saturday, March 13th, 2021. It was observed the first Saturday in March in 2007. It has been observed the second Saturday in March since 2008.
IUGR Awareness Day: Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) defines a fetus that has experienced a decrease in his or her growth rate at some point during the pregnancy. This slow growth of the fetus is usually identified in utero with a series of ultrasound measurements that are followed over time.
March 13 is National K9 Veterans Day, designated to observe the service and sacrifices of American military working dogs throughout history.
Ken Day celebrates the occasion in 1961 when Barbie’s long-term on-off boyfriend, Ken Carson, first appeared on the scene, exhibited by his makers Mattel at a toy fair.
L. Ron Hubbard Day: In honor of the 105th birthday of Scientology’s Founder, Mr. L. Ron Hubbard (born March 13th, 1911) the Scientology Information Center has been highlighting biographical vignettes about Mr. Hubbard.
Genealogy Day was created in 2013, by Christ Church, United Presbyterian and Methodist in Limerick, Ireland to help celebrate the church’s 200th anniversary. The idea of keeping track of one’s family tree is not a new one. The family tree of Confucius, for example, has been maintained for over 2,500 years, a Guinness World Record.
National Jewel Day on March 13th recognizes the makers, the jewelers and the special pieces that take our breath away. Each year, the day reminds us to wear those pieces and to appreciate the artisans who make them shine!
National Open an Umbrella Indoors Day on March 13th annually is a national science experiment of sorts. Open an umbrella indoors and pay attention to whether or not you suffer any bad luck. One often wonders how superstitions pass from one generation to the next.
National Urban Ballroom Dancing Day – It is observed on the Second Saturday in March and this year it is celebrated on March 13, 2021.
National Smart & Sexy Day is held annually on March 13th. Smart & Sexy Day was put out to show women that they were entirely capable of being both smart and sexy.
Statute of the Autonomous City of Melilla Day is celebrated in the Spanish autonomous city of Melilla on March 13th every year. It is an organic law approved on 13 March 1995 and published in the Official State Gazette (Boletín Oficial del Estado) the following day, together with the equivalent of the city of Ceuta. It established Melilla as an autonomous city, because before it was a municipality belonging to the province of Málaga.
Bake a Pie in Solidarity Day: This day is celebrated on 14 March 2021.
Check Your Batteries Day aims to teach people about the importance of changing batteries. It is celebrated on the Second Sunday of March.
Crowdfunding Day is an annual celebration observed on March 14th. Every year various organizations raise funds for different issues and causes. Whereas crowdfunding is widely prevalent in society and is a trendy way to raise money for any businesses using the internet.
Daylight Savings Start – March 14, 2021 (Ahead 1 hour @2:00am) Daylight Saving Time (DST) in most of the United States starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November. On Sunday, March 14, at 2 am, daylight saving time begins. We’ll set our clocks forward one hour, and the change will push sunsets later into the evening hours and sunrises later into the morning hours. The cost is that “springing forward” will temporarily disrupt the sleep of millions of Americans.
Genius Day also known as Scientists Day is March 14th. Commemorating Albert Einstein’s Birthday in 1879. He was a physicist who developed the theory of relativity. It is an annual event, observed every year on March 14.
Girl Scout Sunday – March 14, 2021 (The Sunday in Girl Scout Week, or closest to March 12). Each year, Girl Scout Week is celebrated in March to align with Girl Scouts’ birthday on March 12. Girl Scouts has longstanding traditions of celebrating with faith communities during this week.
International Ask a Question Day: Every year on March 14 we observe this day to mark great physicist Albert Einstein’s birth anniversary. The day aims to change the way people view questions and curiosity. As the day is here, we have brought you some facts related to International Ask a Question Day, such as history and its significance.
The International Day of Action for Rivers is observed every year on March 14 and it is a day dedicated to solidarity – when diverse communities around the world come together with one voice to say that rivers matter. That communities having access to clean and flowing water matters. That everyone should have a say in decisions that affect their water and their lives. That it’s our time to stand up for these rights, now more than ever.
The International Day of Mathematics (IDM) is a worldwide celebration. Each year on March 14 all countries will be invited to participate through activities for both students and the general public in schools, museums, libraries and other spaces.
On March 14th, National Learn About Butterflies Day encourages us to look for a blur of color as butterflies begin migrating across the country.
Legal Assistance Day is an annual celebration observed on March 14. Legal aid is the provision of assistance to people who are unable to afford legal representation There will be people who have got the legal problems but are in a state of not affording.
Moth-er Day is observed next on Sunday, March 14th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on March 14th. This day is to appreciate Moth’s and honor moth collectors and exhibits.
Mothering Sunday always falls on the Fourth Sunday in Lent (Laetare Sunday), 21 days before Easter Sunday. Mothering Sunday began as an explicitly religious event of the 16th Century, with no connection to mothers at all. It became a tradition that, on the fourth Sunday of Lent, people would return to their mother church for a special service.
Each year, National Children’s Craft Day on March 14th unleashes a boost of creative energy right in the middle of National Craft Month. It is all about getting creative. It’s a great time to try a new technique or a new craft altogether.
National Dry Shampoo Day is observed next on Sunday, March 14th, 2021. It has been observed the second Sunday in March since 2017.
Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π. Pi Day is observed on March 14 since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π. It was founded in 1988 by Larry Shaw, an employee of the Exploratorium. Celebrations often involve eating pie or holding pi recitation competitions.
National Potato Chip Day on March 14th celebrates America’s #1 snack food.
Forgiveness Sunday is on Mar 14, 2021.
March 14th is annual “Save a Spider Day.” And there are some very good reasons to celebrate that rather unusual holiday.
Science Education Day is celebrated on March 14th of every year. Science Education Day is celebrated on March 14th of every year. Science is all around us, and we could notice it in every walk of life. Most of us are introduced to the science subject in our school classrooms.1
White Day is on March 14, one month after Valentine’s Day, when people give reciprocal gifts to those who gave them gifts received on Valentine’s Day. It began in Japan in 1978; since then, its observance has spread to several other Asian nations.
National Write Your Story Day is being observed on 14th March every year. It has been observed annually on March 14th since 2018. Everyone has a story and on March 14th, National Write Your Story Day challenges you to tell your story in written form. You may think to yourself, “There’s nothing in my life to tell.” It will surprise you once you put pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard and the words start filling the pages.
Gyalpo Lhosar is a new year festival of Sherpa people of Nepal. The festival is celebrated every year from Falgun Shukla Pratipada, the second day of the waxing moon until the full moon. Gyalpo Lhosar is also regarded as a Tibetian New Year.
Act Happy Day is on March 15, 2021. It is celebrated on the third Monday in March. When someone is happy they are joyful and content, and today is a day to act as if that is how you are.
National Agriculture Day or National Ag Day celebrates the farmers and ranchers who feed us. This year it falls on 15th March 2021. The food we enjoy at our tables exists because of the dedication of the farmers and ranchers. Farmers do all this to provide us with bountiful and affordable food. It’s a day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.
National Brutus Day is an annual observance celebrated on March 15th. It’s time to say, Eu tu Brutus. Anyone who has read the Shakespeare’s play of Julius Ceaser would know what the actual meaning of the term backstabbing means is.
Clean Monday, also known as Pure Monday, Ash Monday, Monday of Lent or Green Monday, is the first day of Great Lent throughout Eastern Christianity and is a moveable feast, falling on the 7th Monday before Pascha.
Dribble to Work Day is observed on Monday, March 15th, 2021. It has been observed on Selection Monday since 2015.
Dumbstruck Day takes place on March 15, 2021. If you’re dumbstruck, you are so shocked that you’re unable to speak. Dumbstruck definition is – made silent by astonishment.
Fill Our Staplers Day – March 15, 2021 (also on November 8, 2021) It is observed on the days after daylight savings time starts and stops.
The Ides of March is the 74th day in the Roman calendar, corresponding to 15 March. It was marked by several religious observances and was notable for the Romans as a deadline for settling debts.
The International Day Against Police Brutality occurs on March 15. It first began in 1997 as an initiative of the Montreal-based Collective Opposed to Police Brutality and the Black Flag group in Switzerland. A march is held yearly in Montreal.
The International Day of Action for Seals is a worldwide protest against the Canadian seal hunt, which takes place in late March/early April. Each year, the Canadian government gives hunters the green light to bludgeon to death hundreds of thousands of baby harp seals.
International Eat an Animal for PETA Day also known as EATAPETA Day. It has always been observed annually on March 15.
March 15th recognizes Everything You Think Is Wrong Day, a day where decision-making should be avoided, as your thoughts are (according to the founder of this holiday) wrong. It is also a day created for some people to realize that they are not always right.
National Napping Day – This year it falls on March 15, 2021. It is celebrated on the Monday after Daylight Savings Starts. Each year, National Napping Day recognizes our need the day following the return of daylight saving time.
National Peanut Lovers Day is on March 15, 2021 and we are taking that as a sign to enjoy some of our most delicious peanutty treats.
On March 15th, National Pears Hélène Day celebrates a food holiday about the delicious, smooth French dessert combining warm poached pears, vanilla ice cream, and chocolate sauce.
Each year, National Shoe The World Day on March 15th shines a light on the value of good footwear for millions of people around the world.
Monday, March 15, 2021, Green Monday is a national holiday in Cyprus. Millions of Orthodox Christians around the world annually celebrate this day.
True Confessions Dayis an annual celebration observed on March 15th. There will be an untold secret in every one of us, and it may be a simple thing or a bigger one. Confession is the simplest way to stay away from the guilt. This day gives us the opportunity to confess and be honest.
National Well-Elderly Day is observed on the third Monday in March since 2004. Also known as Well-Elderly Day, this day encourages everyone to take another look at what “old” means to them. This year it falls on March 15, 2021.
The consumer movement marks 15th March with World Consumer Rights Day every year, as a means of raising global awareness about consumer rights. World Consumer Rights Day was inspired by President John F Kennedy, who sent a special message to the US Congress on 15th March 1962, in which he formally addressed the issue of consumer rights. He was the first world leader to do so.
Black Press Day, March 16, commemorates the date in 1827 that the first issue of Freedom’s Journal hit the streets of New York City. The newspaper is considered to be the first African American-owned and -operated newspaper in the United States.
Freedom of Information (FOI) Day is an annual event on or near March 16, the birthday of James Madison, the fourth Presidnet of the United States.
Goddard Day: On March 16, 1926, Dr. Robert Goddard holds the launching frame of the first liquid-fueled rocket. The first liquid-fueled rocket launch took place on a snowy afternoon on March 16th, 1926.
Lips Appreciation Day is an annual celebration observed on March 16th.
On March 16th, National Artichoke Hearts Day offers a tasty option to add flavor to any dish.
On March 16th let National Everything You Do Is Right Day correct all the wrong of March 15th. We know that day may have been a difficult day as it was National Everything You Think is Wrong Day. But this holiday, you get to feel good about everything that you do.
On March 16, National Panda Daydraws attention to one of the world’s unique bears.
No Selfies Dayis observed annually on March 16th. The world we are living now is seriously affected by a deadly epidemic attack, and that has also killed so many lives.
Saint Urho Day: Saint Urho is a fictional saint of Finland, created and elaborated by Finnish Americans in Northern Minnesota in the 1950s, to celebrate their heritage and extend celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day. His celebration day is set to March 16, the day before the March 17 feast day of St. Patrick.
World Social Work Dayis on the 16th of March 2021. It is usually on the third Tuesday in March. It is the key day in the year that social workers worldwide stand together to advance the common message.
Benito Juárez’s Birthday Memorial is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools.
Campfire Girls Day was founded on this day in 1910 by Luther Gulick M.D. and his wife Charlotte Vedder Gulick in Thetford, Vermont.
On March 17th National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day coincides with St. Patrick’s Day in the United States. To “corn” something is simply to preserve it in a salty brine (the term corn refers to the coarse grains of salt used for curing).
Doctor-Patient Trust Day is observed on Wednesday, March 17th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on March 17th. It is important to remember that the Doctor-Patient relationship is important for patients to rely on physicians to help them get well soon.
Evacuation Day is a public holiday in Suffolk County (including Boston), Massachusetts, in the United States on March 17 each year.
Kick Butts Day is usually celebrated on the Third Wednesday in March. This year it falls on March 17, 2021.
Saint Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
March 17 is Submarine Day. The unofficial holiday celebrates the technological advances that make the use of the watercraft possible.
Absolutely Incredible Kids Day, a holiday celebrated every year on the third Thursday in March. This year it is on March 18, 2021.
Companies that Care Day is a holiday to recognize those companies that always go the extra mile for their employees. It is celebrated every year on the third Thursday in March. This year it is on March 18, 2021.
March 18 is Forgive Mom and Dad Day. They’re your parents, and you try to forgive them. That’s what Forgive Mom and Dad Day is all about. The day was created by Thomas and Ruth Roy, of Wellcat.com. The couple has created dozens of unofficial holidays over the years.
Goddess of Fertility Day celebrates fertility, life, and rebirth, and takes place a few days before the spring equinox each year. It is observed on March 18, 2021. It celebrates Aphrodite and other gods and goddesses of fertility.
National Awkward Moments Day is celebrated on March 18 of every year. This is an annual day that every person can relate.
Each year, National Biodiesel Day on March 18th commemorates the birthday of Rudolf Diesel.
National Farm Rescuer Day will be observed annually on the third Thursday of March. It is for those who support farmers in need.
National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day is observed annually on March 18th. This day is sometimes also referred to as National Oatmeal Cookie Day (which is actually observed on April 30th). The difference between the two is that lacy oatmeal cookies are wafer-thin and typically accompany a scoop of ice cream or sorbet.
National Sloppy Joe Day is observed each year on March 18th. One of America’s all-time favorite hot sandwiches, it is often made with ground beef, onions, tomato sauce, brown sugar, cola or maple syrup to sweeten it and seasonings to spice it, all served up on a hamburger bun or roll.
Oranges and Lemons Day is observed next on Thursday, March 18th, 2021. It has always been observed the third Thursday in March.
March 18th is National Supreme Sacrifice Day is meant to honor those who’ve made huge sacrifices for the sake and the good of others. This also including those who sacrifice their lives each and every day for us.
Transit Driver Appreciation Day is an annual event which began in 2009 as Bus Driver Appreciation Day and is celebrated every March 18th. It is an annual event to celebrate the public service of public transit vehicle operators.
Mexicans remember Oil Expropriation Day as the day that the country’s oil fields were nationalized on March 18, 1938.
March 19 is recognized as Certified Nurses Day – the day when nurses celebrate their nursing certification. On this day, organizations around the world join together to honor the dedication and service of certified nurses.
International Client’s Day is an unofficial holiday when companies’ owners and managers thank their clients. Client Day is celebrated each year on 19th of March.
To raise awareness about the benefits of laughter across the globe, we observe Let’s Laugh Day. Every year, on March 19, we celebrate the day and remind people to add little laughter to their day. As per studies, laughter boosts our immune system, relieve tension and help us relax.
A great combination is celebrated each year on National Chocolate Caramel Day. On March 19th, enjoy chocolate and caramel in your favorite candy bar, ice cream, or dessert.
A movement to take a stand against bullying on the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence falls on Friday 19 March 2021.
Poultry Day takes place on March 19, 2021. Chicken, turkey and other birds we commonly consume are celebrated on this day.
National Preschool Teachers Appreciation Day:Today we celebrate preschool teachers, who spend their days nurturing and sparking the young creative minds. It is celebrated on the third Friday in March and this year it falls on March 19th, 2021.
Operation Iraqi Freedom: The invasion phase began on 19 March 2003 (air) and 20 March 2003 (ground). On March 20, 2003, President George W. Bush officially launched Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). The operation was a U.S.-led coalition aimed to rid Iraq of dictator Saddam Hussein and eliminate his ability to use weapons of mass destruction. More broadly referred to as the Iraq War, OIF was fought under two U.S. presidents, spanned nine years and involved over two dozen countries.
Saint Joseph’s Day, also called the Feast of Saint Joseph or the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, is in Western Christianity the principal feast day of Saint Joseph, husband of the Virgin Mary and legal father of Jesus Christ celebrated on 19 March. It has the rank of a solemnity in the Catholic Church.
Swallows Return to San Juan Capistrano Day: The miracle of the “Swallows” of Capistrano takes place each year at Mission San Juan Capistrano, on March 19th, St. Joseph’s Day. The swallows, according to legend, migrate annually to Goya, Argentina in October, and return to their spring and summer home in San Juan. They land at the mission in San Juan, California, on or around St. Joseph’s Day, March 19, to the ringing bells of the old church.
World Sleep Day is a global awareness act that celebrates sleep and aims to help those with serious sleep problems. It has been celebrated since 2008. It is celebrated on Friday of Second Week in March and this year it falls on 19 March 2021.
Father’s Day is a day of honouring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. In Catholic countries of Europe, it has been celebrated on March 19 as Saint Joseph’s Day since the Middle Ages.
This year Gap Day is celebrateed on March 19, 2021.
First Day of Spring: Spring 2021 will arrive at 5:37 a.m. Saturday, March 20, which is squarely in the middle of the range of days on which it can fall, March 19, 20 or 21. The first day of spring is also known as the vernal equinox or the spring equinox. This is the first day of spring season and occurs when the sun passes the equator moving from the southern to the northern hemisphere. The North Pole begins to lean toward the sun again. Day and night have approximately the same length. The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator, the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator, from south to north. The March equinox or northward equinox is the equinox on the Earth when the subsolar point appears to leave the Southern Hemisphere and cross the celestial equator, heading northward as seen from Earth.
International Astrology Day (most often observed on either March 20 or March 21) was first asserted by the Association for Astrological Networking in 1993 and is an annual observance/holiday celebrated by astrologers and astrology enthusiasts.
March 20th is the International Day of Happiness. As we face a global crisis together, let’s find positive ways to look after ourselves and each other. It is a day to be happy.
Equinox Earth Day – March 20, 2021. Same day as Spring Equinox, and different than Earth Day observed on April 22 each year.
International Francophonie Day is observed within the International Organization of La Francophonie’s 77 member states every March 20 to celebrate the French language and Francophone culture. There are over 369 million French speakers on Earth.
International Sports Car Racing Day is observed next on Saturday, March 20th, 2021. It has always been observed the third Saturday in March.
On March 20th, every year since 2001, the World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People has been celebrated all over the world to show how the arts can change children’s lives.
World Frog Day is an annual holiday celebrated on March 20th.
World Sparrow Day is celebrated on March 20 every year. It is a day to raise awareness and protect the common house sparrows, which are not so commonly seen now due to increasing noise pollution.
The World Storytelling Day is on March 20, 2021. It is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling. It is celebrated every year during the days around the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere and the autumn equinox in the southern.
National Quilting Day is celebrated on Third Saturday of every March, and this year falls on March 20, 2021. In earlier times complex and beautiful blankets were created through quilting. This day was created to connect quilters and the shops that support them.
Kiss Your Fiance Day is an annual celebration observed on March 20th. This day reminds those in the midst of planning their wedding to not let that planning process take precedence over retaining that special bond.
Proposal Day is celebrated on the first day of spring and this year falls on March 20, 2021.
Atheist Pride Day is celebrated on March 20th. It is a day for atheists to take pride in their beliefs, and to let others know of those beliefs. Since Atheism is still a controversial subject in some places, it’s an opportunity to increase awareness of the whole topic.
Bed-ins for Peace Day: As the Vietnam War raged in 1969, John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono held two week-long Bed-ins for Peace, one at the Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam and one at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, each of which were intended to be nonviolent protests against wars, and experimental tests of new ways to promote peace.
Bibliomania Day: Bibliomania is the excessive fondness for acquiring and possessing books.On March 20, 1990, Stephen Blumberg’s bibliomania caught up with him. He was arrested for stealing more than 23,600 books (weighing 19 tons) from 268 libraries, universities, and museums. It had taken him over 20 years to steal them, and he got them from 45 states, Washington D.C., and Canada.
The National Beer Bock day is celebrated on 20th March every year. Originated from German region, Bock is a classification of beer serviceable in the form of strong lager having miscellaneous variants such as heller bock, helles bock, maibock, and a paler. These beers are mostly consumed during the spring festivals.
Extraterrestrial Abduction Day is an annual focus on those who claim to have had personal encounters with visitors from outer space. Happy Alien Abduction Day!
Great American MEAT-OUT Day: The date of March 20 marks the first day of spring, symbolizing renewal and life-changing opportunity. The occasion is observed each year by hundreds of activists in the U.S. and two dozen other countries with food samplings, leafleting, information tables, and other educational events.
The Hufflepuff Pride Day is celebrated every 20th of March each year. This day gives honor to the Hufflepuff house from the Harry Potter universe. If you know this house, you are familiar with their gold and black badger insignia.
Maple Syrup Saturday is observed on Saturday, March 20th, 2021. It has always been observed the third Saturday in March.
National Corn Dog Day is an annual food feast celebrated on March 20st of this year. It is a yearly celebration that falls on the third Saturday of every March.
National Jump Out Day is observed next on Saturday, March 20th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on March 20th.
National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD) is observed annually on March 20. NNHAAD increases awareness, starts conversations, and spotlights the work being done to reduce HIV among American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians, and show support for people with HIV in these communities.
On National Ravioli Day, celebrate a pasta that is fun and versatile. Observed on March 20th each year, pasta lovers dive in on this food.
Play-the-Recorder Day is Saturday March 20, 2021. It starts with month-long activities plus a focus on one day, which is observed on the third Saturday in March.
Save the Panther Day – March 20, 2021 (Third Saturday in March)
Snowman Burning Day falls on 20th March every year and is surrounded by awesome facts about how this day first began. This special holiday marks the changing of seasons, where we leave winter behind and head towards spring.
On March 20, 2021 celebrate by talking a Walk in the Sand. Walk in the Sand day is observed on the Saturday after the March Equinox.
Celebrating Won’t You Be My Neighbor Day on March 20 as it is Fred Rogers’ birthday, as well as Won’t You Be My Neighbor Day in his honor.
Nowruz is the Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year, which begins on the Spring equinox, marking the first day of Farvardin, the first month of the Iranian solar calendar. It is celebrated worldwide by various ethno-linguistic groups.
Afghanistan Day: It is altogether fitting that the European Parliament, the Congress of the United States and parliaments elsewhere in the world have designated March 21, 1982, as Afghanistan Day, to commemorate the valor of the Afghan people and to condemn the continuing Soviet invasion of their country.
Big Bang Day: The Big Bang theory is a cosmological model of the observable universe from the earliest known periods through its subsequent large-scale evolution. The model describes how the universe expanded from an initial state of high density and temperature, and offers a comprehensive explanation for a broad range of observed phenomena, including the abundance of light elements, the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation, and large-scale structure. March 21, 2021 is celebrated as the Big Bang day.
Buzzard Day: The first Sunday after March 15 was proclaimed to be Buzzard Day and this year it falls on March 21, 2021. Turkey, vultures, or buzzards, return to Hinckley, a township in Medina County, Ohio.
As part of National Nutrition Month, National California Strawberry Day kicks off the strawberry season in California. The celebration takes place annually on March 21st which is typically the first full day of spring.
Education Freedom Day (EFD) is an international event launched by the Digital Freedom Foundation in 2013. It’s annually observed on March 21.
Gallo Wine Day: It happens every year on March 21st. It’s inception year was 2018.
March 21st is International Colour Day. An international colour day has been considered as appropriate since colour is, thanks to visual perception, one of the most influential phenomena in people’s lives and also one of the channels that contributes most greatly to the perception of reality.
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed annually on 21 March. On that day, in 1960, police opened fire and killed 69 people at a peaceful demonstration in Sharpeville, South Africa, against the apartheid pass laws.
Harmony Day is celebrated annually on 21 March in Australia. Harmony Day began in 1999, coinciding with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
The International Day of Forests and the Trees was established on the 21st day of March, by resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on November 28, 2012. The Day celebrates and raises awareness of the importance of forests and nature.
International Day of Nowruz: The word Nowruz means new day. Nowruz marks the first day of spring and is celebrated on the day of the astronomical vernal equinox, which usually occurs on 21 March. It is celebrated as the beginning of the new year by more than 300 million people all around the world.
Fitting closely with the beginning of spring, Memory Day might be the perfect day to celebrate the amazing gift of memory – before you forget and the day is over.
National Common Courtesy Day is observed annually on March 21st. This day brings awareness to how important common courtesy is in our lives.
National Countdown Day is observed annually on March 21st.
National Crunchy Taco Day is observed on Sunday, March 21st, 2021. It has been observed annually on March 21st since 2012.
On March 21, the National Day of Action on Syringe Exchange educates the public about the life-saving importance of sterile needles.
National Flower Day occurs near the beginning of spring, and is a fitting day for people to give or plant flowers. This year it falls on March 21, 2021.
On March 21, celebrate your love of all things fragrant with National Fragrance Day. Spring is now in the air, let your favorite scents lift your mood.
National French Bread Day, held annually on March 21, is the perfect opportunity to indulge in this unique bread that is crunchy on the outside and doughy on the inside.
March 21st marks National Healthy Fats Day. This is a day completely dedicated to celebrating one of the most important and misunderstood vital nutrients of them all—fats!
March 21st is National Renewable Energy Day. Renewable energy is a form of clean energy provided by the natural resources present in nature. The main forms of renewable energy are solar, wind, hydropower, biofuel and geothermal and unlike fossil fuels, they do not emit harmful greenhouse gases!
Acknowledging the important role women played on the home front during World War II, the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives designated the March 21 date as National Rosie the Riveter Day.
March 21 is celebrated as National Teenager Day — a perfect occasion for you to put the spotlight on your teenage kids.
On March 21st, National Single Parents Day honors the mothers and fathers holding down the fort with all the hard work, devotion, and dedication for raising their children single handedly.
March 21 is deemed Slytherin House Pride Day! Slytherin is one of the four Houses at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, founded by Salazar Slytherin.
March 21 is Spring Fairy Fun Day. It’s wonderful to celebrate the spring! And from burning snowmen to cleaning the house, getting new clothes or planting bulbs, people celebrate the spring.
Twitter Day is observed annually on March 21st.
World Down Syndrome Day is marked each year on March 21, beginning in 2006. The 21st day of March was selected to signify the uniqueness of the triplication of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome.
World Poetry Day is celebrated on 21 March, and was declared by UNESCO in 1999, “with the aim of supporting linguistic diversity through poetic expression and increasing the opportunity for endangered languages to be heard”
World Puppetry Day comes every March 21. The idea came from the puppet theater artist Javad Zolfaghari from Iran.
Benito Juarez’ Birthday is celebrated every year in Mexico on 21st March. Benito was one of the most respected leaders of Mexico, a liberalist and a reformist.
As Young As You Feel Day is celebrated on March 22nd of every year. tHIS DAY puts a focus on working to act and feel as young as you can.
March 22nd, Is Gryffindor Pride Day for Harry Potter fans. Gryffindor is literally the best house at Hogwarts.
March 22nd is International Day of the Seal, a day to celebrate and promote the conservation of seals around the world.
My friend Bill Biggar and his friend Maurice LeMarche, a prominent William Shatner impersonator (no seriously, he does Shatner’s voice for cartoons), have declared today, March 22nd, William Shatner’s birthday, to be “International Talk Like William Shatner Day.”
Serving up a light and airy dish, March 22nd annually recognizes National Bavarian Crepes Day. Bavarian crepes are a delicious, very thin pancake-like dessert.
National Goof Off Day on March 22nd each year gives everyone the opportunity to have a little extra fun.
National Sing Out Day. It happens each year on March 22nd. This is a day to croon and break out in a song because it’s National Sing Out Day!
World Water Day, held on 22 March every year since 1993, celebrates water and raises awareness of billions of people living without access to safe water.
World Day of Metta: Metta Round the World is an initiative to encourage people to meditate and pray for world peace, harmony and stability. Metta means ‘loving-kindness’.
American Diabetes Association Diabetes Alert Day is on March 23, 2021! Observed annually on the fourth Tuesday in March, Diabetes Alert Day is a one-day “wake-up call” that focuses on the seriousness of diabetes and the importance of understanding your risk.
Black Marriage Day – March 23, 2021. Black Marriage Day started in 2003 with just 30 cities and has grown tremendously.
National Cuddly Kitten Day:March 23 is National Cuddly Kitten Day. If you have a kitten, celebrate the day by cuddling them!
National Agriculture Day: This year, National Ag Day is March 23, 2021, and is hosted by the Agriculture Council of America. This day falls during National Ag Week, which is March 21-27, 2021. National Ag Day is a day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture.
On March 23rd, National Chia Day recognizes the tiny, yet powerful chia seed that has earned its reputation as being one of the most nutrient-rich foods on the planet.
On March 23rd, it is a National Day just for the chip and dip! National Chip And Dip Day celebrates a perfect combination loved by many across the country. Chips and dip are the quick and easy party dish that also makes for great parties.
March 23rd recognizes National Melba Toast Day, a food holiday. Melba toast is a dry, crisp and thinly sliced toast.
National Organize Your Home Office Day is celebrated annually on the second Tuesday of every march.
Prepare yourselves for an overdose of cuteness, because March 23 is National Puppy Day! Established in 2006, National Puppy Day is a paw-some day for all dog enthusiasts to celebrate unconditional love and fawn over the undeniably cute furballs that bring so much happiness into this world.
National Tamale Day — March 23 — offers the perfect excuse to celebrate this traditional Latin American dish. A tamale is a pocket of simple corn dough, called masa, stuffed with anything from meat and cheese to fruit and vegetables.
Near Miss Day is celebrated on March 23, each year. What would you do if a huge asteroid was about to hit planet Earth? On March 23, 1989, an asteroid about the size of a mountain came very close to colliding with the Earth. Thankfully, it was a near miss!
This event in the third decade of the month march is annual. 23 March – International OK Day. A day to recognize this popular word.
Ravenclaw Pride Day: It is March 23. The house mascot is an eagle and the house colours are blue and bronze (blue and grey in the films). The Ravenclaw motto is “Wit beyond measure is man’s greatest treasure”.
World Meteorological Day is annually held on or around March 23 to remember the World Meteorological Organization’s establishment. The day holds great significance as it highlights the importance of the people and the behaviour of the earth’s atmosphere. World Meteorological Day in 2021 is devoted to the theme “the ocean, our climate and weather.”
Otago Anniversary Day is a public holiday in Otago, New Zealand where it is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed. The actual date of Otago Anniversary Day is March 23rd, but the public holiday is celebrated on the closest Monday. On March 23rd 1848 the ‘John Wickliffe’, the first of two sailing ships chartered by the Lay Association of the Free Church of Scotland to bring settlers to Otago landed at Koputai (Port Chalmers).
Pakistan Day or Pakistan Resolution Day, also Republic Day, is a national holiday in Pakistan commemorating the Lahore Resolution passed on 24 March 1940 and the adoption of the first constitution of Pakistan during the transition of the Dominion of Pakistan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 23 March 1956 making Pakistan the world’s first Islamic republic. A Republic Day parade by the armed forces is often part of the celebrations.
American Red Cross Giving Day is March 24, 2021. It is usually on the Fourth Wednesday in March. Imagine your life being turned upside down by a disaster. One minute you’re relaxing with your family—the next, you’re fleeing to save your life. The American Red Cross has been working to provide assistance to those in need and the Red Cross Giving Day celebrates all of these volunteers and the work they do.
Education and Sharing Day – It is on March 24, 2021. It usually falls Four Days Before Passover. On Education and Sharing Day, we pay tribute to the family members, educators, mentors, etc.
International Day for Achievers is celebrated to pay tribute to achievers in any field for their outstanding achievements or achievement. It is celebrated globally on March 24.
Each year, on 24 March, the International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims is observed. This annual observance pays tribute to the memory of Monsignor Óscar Arnulfo Romero, who was murdered on 24 March 1980.
March 24 is the one day a year that is called National Cheesesteak Day. And because of that, many establishments are celebrating with some delicious deals.
On March 24th, National Chocolate Covered Raisins Day celebrates raisins coated in a shell of either milk chocolate or dark chocolate. Moviegoers have been snacking on chocolate covered raisins for many, many years.
There are many days of the year devoted to alcoholic drinks. Celebrate them all by raising a glass to National Cocktail Day on March 24.
World Tuberculosis Day, observed on 24 March each year, is designed to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease. In 2018, 10 million people fell ill with TB, and 1.5 million died from the disease, mostly in low and middle-income countries.
Ghode Yatra is roughly translated to “Horse Parade”. It is the festival of horses which is organized in Tundikhel, Kathmandu.
The Congress, by Public Law has designated March 25, 1987, as Greek Independence Day, a National Day of Celebration of Greek and American Democracy.
Every year on 25 March, the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade offers the opportunity to honour and remember those who suffered and died at the hands of the brutal slavery system.
The International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members is observed annually on 25 March by the United Nations.
The International Day of the Unborn Child is observed on March 25. It was established by Pope John Paul II to coincide with the Feast of the Annunciation. John Paul II viewed the day as “a positive option in favour of life and the spread of a culture for life to guarantee respect for human dignity in every situation”.
International Waffle Day is a tradition that is celebrated in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, on March 25, which is also the Feast of the Annunciation, upon which waffles are typically eaten.
Maryland Day: Celebrated annually on March 25th, Maryland Day is a legal holiday in the state of Maryland in the United States. It commemorates the landing of the first European settlers in the Province of Maryland.
March is National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, and Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day is Thursday, March 25th. This initiative was started by a cerebral palsy advocacy group in 2006.
National Lobster Newburg Dayon March 25th ushers in a celebration worthy of a sea captain.
Medal of Honor Day is a United States federal observance that is celebrated every year on March 25. It was created to honor the “heroism and sacrifice of Medal of Honor recipients for the United States.”
Pecan Day is celebrated on March 25, 2021. It’s a holiday to celebrate and enjoy popular, tasty pecans. The first cultivated planting of a pecan tree in the United States is recorded to have taken place in 1772 in Long Island, New York. Not long afterwards, on March 25,1775, a pecan tree was planted by George Washington at his Mount Vernon estate.
It’s Old New Year’s Day! Although the Gregorian calendar was created in 1582, many countries chose to ignore it for several hundred years. Instead, they used “Annunciation Style dating,” which recognized the Feast of the Annunciation (March 25) as New Year’s Day.
Annunciation, also called Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary or Annunciation of the Lord, in Christianity, the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she would conceive a son by the power of the Holy Spirit to be called Jesus.
Tolkien Reading Day – The Tolkien Society. Tolkien Reading Day is held on the 25th of March each year. It has been organised by the Tolkien Society since 2003 to encourage fans to celebrate and promote the life and works of J.R.R. Tolkien by reading favourite passages.
World Retrospective Day is a volunteer-based, globally coordinated effort to share in the power of retrospectives. It is celebrated this year on 25th March 2021.
Legal Assistants Day honors the people who work diligently behind the scenes to make their lawyers look good.
Live Long and Prosper Day or LLAP Day, celebrated annually on Leonard Nimoy’s birthday of March 26th, encourages you to contemplate the Vulcan blessing and see how it might apply to your life.
March 26th is one of those special national days called Make Up Your Own Holiday Day.
National Nougat Day is an annual feast celebrated on March 26. Let it be white or black or brown, and it’s the perfect time to treat your sweet tooth with the ever loved confection called Nougat.
No Homework Day is as self-explanatory as it sounds. It falls on March 26th, 2021. It is also celebrated on May 6.
Prince Kūhiō Day is an official holiday in the state of Hawaiʻi in the United States. It is celebrated annually on March 26, to mark the birth of Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole — heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi, prince of the House of Kalākaua, and later territorial delegate to the United States Congress.
Each year on March 26, World Purple Day presents advocates with an opportunity to raise critical awareness about epilepsy. We invite you and your classmates or colleagues to join a force and make the commitment to shine a light on epilepsy.
26th March is National Solitude Day. On this day unplug from all devices for the day or for part of the day—no phones, no computer, and no social media. On March 26th each year, National Spinach Day reminds us of the health benefits packed into this leafy green vegetable.
Be Mad Day – March 27, 2021 (Fourth Saturday in March).
Brothers’ and Sisters’ Day was created to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters, the last Saturday in March (since 2005). March 27th, 2021.
Celebrate Exchange Day has always been observed annually on March 27. Exchange Day is a worldwide celebration of the power of international exchange. Exchange Day is also an opportunity to raise awareness of these programs and to spread the word about the many ways in which people and communities benefit from people-to-people diplomacy.
World Endometriosis Day is Saturday, March 27th, 2021. Every March Endometriosis Month takes place across the world, with the aim of increasing awareness and highlighting the symptoms of this debilitating condition that affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide.
National Joe Day on March 27th encourages everyone to enjoy a cup of joe with all your friends named Joe, Jo, Joey, Joseph, and Josephine.
National Scribble Day on March 27 inspires children to kindness through art. Children’s scribbles become more than just scribbles when eyes and a smile are added. Somehow a personality leaps onto the page and with it, encouragement for children to grow and express themselves.
March 27th is the annual observance of National Spanish Paella Day. A rice dish from Spain, paella has become very popular.
March 27 is National Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day, so to celebrate we’ve collected the best from over four decades of country music.
Take your Parents to the Playground Day is observed next on Saturday, March 27th, 2021. It has been observed 8 days before Easter since 2009.
Viagra Day is celebrated on 27th March 2021.
World Theatre Day is an international observance celebrated on 27 March. It was initiated in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute.
Holika Dahan – March 28, 2021: Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the “festival of love”, the “festival of colours”, and the “festival of spring”. The festival celebrates the eternal and divine love of Radha and Krishna. It also signifies the triumph of good over evil. The festival marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Holi is celebrated during the Phalguna month, which typically falls in the month of March. It begins on the Purnima Tithi or last full moon day of the month, and on this evening, Holika Dahan is celebrated. This year it is on March 28, 2021.
Barnum & Bailey Day: After many more decades of performances, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus closed on May 21, 2017.
Children’s Picture Book Day: It is celebrated on March 28, 2021.
It’s Eat An Eskimo Pie day on the 28th of March.
Passover starts on the 15th day of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar and lasts for 7 or 8 days. In 2021, Sun, Mar 28, is the First day of Passover, Observance.
March 28th recognizes a decadent and delicious dessert on National Black Forest Cake Day. Black Forest cake is the English name for the German dessert Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte, meaning “Black Forest cherry torte.”
National Hot Tub Day is celebrated each year on March 28.
On March 28, National Triglycerides Day shines a spotlight on one of the key factors to a healthy lifestyle. The observance serves as a reminder to patients and practitioners to know about the hidden risks of triglycerides. Learn your numbers and take steps to bring them to healthy levels.
Palm Sunday, also called Passion Sunday, in the Christian tradition, the first day of Holy Week and the Sunday before Easter, commemorating Jesus Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem. This year it falls on Sunday, March 28, 2021.
While we’re positive you respect your cat on a daily basis, there’s actually a special holiday to honor our cats. March 28th is Respect Your Cat Day!
Observed each year on March 28th, National Something on a Stick Day is a food holiday that lets you use your creative talents. Once you get started, the possibilities are endless. Foods that come on a stick are fun and easy to eat.
National Weed Appreciation Day is an annual observance celebrated on March 28. Remember your childhood playing with the bright, yellow dandelions which you have found in your garden? These dandelions are weeds which are used both for food and herbal medicine.
Holi is a famous Hindu festival that is celebrated in every part of India with utmost joy and enthusiasm. Holi is a popular ancient Hindu festival, also known as the “festival of love”, the “festival of colours”, and the “festival of spring”. The festival celebrates the eternal and divine love of Radha and Krishna. It also signifies the triumph of good over evil. This year it falls on 29th March 2021.
March 29, 2021 is Holy Monday. It is the final week of Lent, and the week prior to Easter Sunday.
The Knights of Columbus Founders Day: The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic and family fraternal organization, celebrates its anniversary today. On March 29, 1882, Father Michael J. McGivney gathered together with other Catholics with similar views and established the order’s first council in the basement of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Connecticut, where he was an associate pastor.
National Lemon Chiffon Cake Day on March 29th offers a bright and zesty celebration among the cake holidays. For a nice refreshing spring dessert, chiffon cake is a very light cake made with vegetable oil, eggs, sugar, flour, baking powder, and flavorings.
National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day honors all small business owners each year on March 29th. Small businesses are a vital part of the United States economy, and the critical role they play is sometimes overlooked.
Niagara Falls Runs Dry Day: On March 29th, 1848, ice blockages caused rivers to run dry, and reduced the flow of water to such an extent that Niagara Falls’ 3,160 tons of water per second flow came to a halt.
The World Piano Day, this year 2021, falls on March 29th.
Seward’s Day takes place on March 29, 2021. Seward’s Day is a legal holiday in the U.S. state of Alaska. It falls on the last Monday in March and commemorates the signing of the Alaska Purchase treaty on March 30, 1867.
Smoke and Mirrors Day: It is celebrated on March 29th of each year. The phrase, “it’s all smoke and mirrors” refers to the way in which magicians use all manner of distraction to make sure the audience fails to see what’s really going on.
Texas Love the Children Day has always been observed annually on March 29. A day recognizing every child’s right and need to be loved. Promoting the hope that one day all children will live in loving, and safe environments.
March 29 is National Vietnam War Veterans Day r Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day. Officially designated in 2017 by then President Donald Trump, the holiday is marked by ceremonies and celebration across the U.S.
Celebrated annually on March 30th, Grass is Always Browner on the Other Side of the Fence Day is a day where you take a step back and appreciate all the things you DO have, so like the old saying goes, “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.”
March 30 2021, Tuesday of Holy Week.
International Folding Laundry Day. Happens yearly on March 30th.
National Doctors’ Day is a day celebrated to recognize the contributions of physicians to individual lives and communities. The date may vary from nation to nation depending on the event of commemoration used to mark the day. In some nations the day is marked as a holiday.
National I am in Control Day on March 30th reminds us of a day when things were quite out of control. With the President being rushed to surgery on a rainy afternoon, a bullet lodged in his lung; a statement was made.
Each year, March 30th National Pencil Day honors the writing utensil that has done more than just teach millions the alphabet and draw.
National Take A Walk In The Park Day on March 30th each year encourages us to stretch our legs on our favorite trail or at our neighborhood park. After a long busy day, a calming and therapeutic way to relax would be a nice, leisurely walk in the park.
On March 30th, National Turkey Neck Soup Day challenges cooks to make a flavorful soup with the stock from made from the neck of a turkey.
When March 30th arrives, so does National Virtual Vacation Day, reminding us all to relax, recharge, and rejuvenate ourselves.
World Bipolar Day is celebrated globally every year on March 30. It aims to bring awareness to bipolar disorder. March 30 was chosen as the date for World Bipolar Day because it’s Vincent van Gogh’s birthday. The famous painter is believed to have had bipolar disorder.
Happy Anesthesia Tech Day! A big thanks to all of our technicians and technologists for all your hard work. We appreciate your dedication to our profession!
Cesar Chavez Day is always celebrated on his birthday, March 31st. President Barack Obama declared Cesar Chavez Day a national holiday in 2014.
Dance Marathon Day has always been observed annually on March 31st.
Eiffel Tower Day. On March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower is dedicated in Paris in a ceremony presided over by Gustave Eiffel, the tower’s designer, and attended by French Prime Minister Pierre Tirard, a handful of other dignitaries, and 200 construction workers.
Wednesday of Holy Week or Holy Wednesday – March 31, 2021 (4 Days Before Easter).
March 31st is International Hug a Medievalist Day.
International Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual event occurring on March 31 dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide, as well as a celebration of their contributions to society.
Little Red Wagon Day, celebrated annually on the last Wednesday of March, honors the original little red wagon. This day celebrates the power of imagination on wheels as children of all ages take flight with their little red wagons. This year it falls on 31st March 2021.
Every year on the fourth Wednesday of March, it’s Manatee Appreciation Day, a day dedicated to learning about, appreciating, and helping these gentle giants. Manatees continue to face many threats, from habitat loss to watercraft collisions.
National Bunsen Burner Day on March 31st each year honors the birthday of German chemist Robert Wilhelm Eberhard von Bunsen.
National Clams on the Half Shell Day on March 31st offers clam lovers a day to celebrate one of the world’s most unique dishes. The best variety of hardshell clams (also called Quahogs) for serving on the half-shell is the topneck, but you will find recipes using littlenecks and cherrystone as well.
Each year, on March 31st children and adults alike, pick up their favorite colors for National Crayon Day. Opening up a box of crayons opens up a world of imagination and hours of fun. Wax and chalk-based crayons have been used by artists around the world for centuries.
On March 31st, National Prom Day honors friendship, cherished memories and celebrates the history, joy, and excitement this milestone event brings. The day celebrates this special time in every teen’s life. It is a time filled with fashion, friendship and fun.
March 31st National “She’s Funny That Way” Day.
We love potatoes so much, and you bet we are ready for it this National Tater Day on March 31. Bake ’em, boil ’em, fry ’em, mash ’em… they always taste delicious.
Transfer Day is celebrated by the U.S. Virgin Islands on March 31st each year, commemorating the day that the Danish West Indies were formally ceded to the United States by Denmark, consequently becoming the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Whole Grain Sampling Day – 31 March 2021.
World Backup Day on March 31st reminds us to protect our precious digital documents as we’ve become more reliant on technology.
Federal Territory Day or Hari Wilayah Persekutuan, also known simply as Hari Wilayah, is a state holiday for Federal Territory in Malaysia. It is celebrated on 1 February every year in Kuala Lumpur, Labuan, and Putrajaya.
Black History Month was first proposed by black educators and the Black United Students at Kent State University in February 1969. The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State one year later, from January 2 to February 28, 1970. American historian Carter G. Woodson, who pioneered the field of African American studies in the early 20th century designated February as the month to commemorate African American history.
National Freedom Day is a United States observance on February 1 honoring the signing by Abraham Lincoln of a joint House and Senate resolution that later became the 13th Amendment to the U.S.
Auckland Anniversary Day is a public holiday observed in the northern half of the North Island of New Zealand, being the area’s provincial anniversary day. It is observed throughout the historic Auckland Province, even though the provinces of New Zealand were abolished in 1876.
Northland Anniversary Day is a public holiday observed in the New Zealand.
Candlemas, also known as the Feast of the Presentation of Jesus Christ, the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Feast of the Holy Encounter, is a Christian Holy Day commemorating the presentation of Jesus at the Temple. How did the 2nd February come to be called Candlemas? It was the day of the year when all the candles, that were used in the church during the coming year, were brought into church and a blessing was said over them – so it was the Festival Day (or ‘mass’) of the Candles.
Groundhog Day is a popular North American tradition observed in the United States and Canada on February 2. It derives from the Pennsylvania Dutch superstition that if a groundhog emerging from its burrow on this day sees its shadow due to clear weather, it will retreat to its den and winter will persist for six more weeks; but if it does not see its shadow because of cloudiness, spring will arrive early.
The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League. Since 2004, the game has been played on the first Sunday in February. It is the culmination of a regular season that begins in the late summer of the previous year.
World Wetlands Day – Celebrated annually on 2 February, World Wetlands Day aims to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and planet. They are recognized as being of significant value not only for the country or the countries in which they are located, but for humanity as a whole. There are currently over 2,400 Ramsar Sites around the world. They cover over 2.5 million square kilometres, an area larger than Mexico. The Day also marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
Anniversary of the Tartu Peace Treaty – On 2 February 2021, Estonia is celebrating the 101st anniversary of the Tartu Peace Treaty that ended the Estonian War of Independence, established the country’s eastern border and obligated Soviet Russia to recognize Estonian independence – the fact the Soviet Union ignored only 20 years later.
Farmer’s Day is a holiday in Taiwan which falls on Thursday, February 4th, 2021.
Mexico Constitution Day:This year Constitution Day falls on Friday, February 5, 2021, and like many nations, Mexico adjusts this holiday to the Monday, February 1 or “Puente” or “bridge” day to make a three day weekend.
Kashmir Day: It is held in a show of Pakistan’s support of and unity with the people of Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir and Kashmiri separatists’ efforts to secede from India, and to pay homage to the Kashmiris who have died in the conflict.
The Sámi National Day is an ethnic national day for the Sámi people that falls on February 6 as this date was when the first Sámi congress was held in 1917 in Trondheim, Norway.
Waitangi Day: is the national day of New Zealand, marks the anniversary of the initial signing – on 6 February 1840 – of the Treaty of Waitangi, which is regarded as the founding document of the nation. The first Waitangi Day was not celebrated until 1934, and it was made a national public holiday in 1974.
National Wear Red Day is a day in February when many people wear red to show their support for the awareness of heart disease.
Boy Scout Anniversary Day: On February 8 we celebrate National Boy Scout Day to honor those who are trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Founded in 1910, by American W.D. Boyce, the Boy Scouts of America has helped shape many of our nation’s leaders.
Clean Out Your Computer Day: Observed on the second Monday in February, National Clean Out Your Computer Day promotes taking time out of your day to do some basic housekeeping on your computer. All computers need regular organizing and clean up. This includes the removal of old files and clutter.
World Epilepsy Day:The second Monday of February is observed as International Epilepsy Day, a special event which focuses on promoting awareness on epilepsy. World Epilepsy Day 2021 is thus, on February 8. Epilepsy is a neurological condition which can cause seizures.
February 8 is Laugh and Get Rich Day. A day for enriching your life with happiness. Happiness is free and easy to get rich on. While the origins of this unofficial holiday are not known, it seems that the unknown creators of the holiday wanted to encourage people to spend the day laughing and being happy.
Meal Monday or Oatmeal Monday: was a traditional holiday observed by the ancient universities of Scotland on the second Monday of February. During the 17th century, Scottish university students lived in very basic accommodation and were required to bring their own fuel, firewood or peat, to maintain a fire.
Molasses Bar Day: Molasses is a thick, sweet syrup made from sugarcane, and today is dedicated to bars made from it. The word molasses actually comes from the Portuguese word “melaco,” which evolved from the Latin “mel,” meaning “honey.”
National Football Hangover Day: was submitted by ESPN host and sports personality Katie Nolan, Always Late with Katie Nolan, in January 2019. Katie wanted to give back to sports fans by devoting an entire day to recovering the day after the big game day celebrations the night before.
National Kite Flying Day: Observed annually on February 8th, National Kite Flying Day encourages exploring kite flying and making.
Opera Day: An opera is a piece of performance art that combines music with text to create a dramatic enactment of a story, complete with acting, scenery, costumes and dance. The term opera is in fact the Italian for “work”, and the text is called the libretto, meaning “small book”. Dust off your windpipes, take a deep breath and get ready to belt out your appreciation for Opera Day! Operas have been captivating audiences since the sixteenth century, and this highly revered art form continues to gain new enthusiasts, complete with its own special day…
Propose Day is celebrated in India on 8 February as a day to propose to your significant other, a large numbers of young people give roses to propose to their prospective girlfriend or boyfriend. It is second day in Valentines Week.
Extraterrestrial Culture Day exists “to celebrate and honor all past, present and future extraterrestrial visitors in ways to enhance relationships among all citizens. Extraterrestrial Culture Day is Second Tuesday in February
Extraterrestrial Visitor Day – The event takes place annually on the second Tuesday in February and was created to “celebrate and honour all past, present and future alien. On February 10, 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico, there was an incident with a UFO. This day is set aside to honor all extraterrestrial visitors from the past, from the present, and who will come in the future.
A Gŵyl Mabsant, also known as the Patronal Festival or Wake of a parish, is a traditional Welsh festival held annually in commemoration of the patron saint of a parish. The gŵyl mabsant was one of the most popular rural festivals in Wales. Traditionally in Wales, every parish would celebrate a Gŵyl Mabsant (Holiday of a Patron Saint).
National Bagel and Lox Day recognizes one of America’s favorite bagel combinations on February 9th. Bagels are one of the few breads that are boiled then baked.
Tuesday, Feb. 9 is National “Cut the Cord Day,” so basically, it’s a day for you to consider ditching cable in favor of streaming. Sling TV proclaimed the first-ever National Cut the Cord Day on February 9, in order to encourage Internet users to give up cable.
On National Develop Alternative Vices Day, people replace their vices with ones that are less destructive to their bodies and minds. Smoking, eating too many unhealthy foods, drinking too much alcohol or coffee, gambling, spending too much time on social media, and watching too much television — these are all unhealthy vices. National Develop Alternative Vices Day also known as National DAV Day. It has always been observed annually on February 9th every year.
National Pizza Day on February 9th celebrates one of America’s all-time favorite foods. It’s hard to imagine that before World War II, pizza was little known outside of Italy or Italian immigrant.
National Toothache Day is celebrated worldwide on February 9th. It is not a day to celebrate toothaches, but rather a way to raise more awareness towards dental care and dental hygiene.
Pizza Pie Day, also commonly known as National Pi Day, is a day for eating pizza and pie. Pie-shaped flatbreads with toppings were first eaten in Naples in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. At the time, this coastal city was not part of Italy, but its own kingdom.
Read in the Bathtub Day is February 9th Read in the Bathtub Day is a holiday dedicated to taking some time for yourself and to two relaxing pastimes: taking a bath and reading books. It is unknown who started the day, but troubles and stresses are sure to be eased.
Ochs adopted the slogan “All the News That’s Fit to Print” (first used October 25, 1896) and insisted on reportage that lived up to that promise. In 1897, Adolph S. Ochs, the owner of The New York Times, created the famous slogan “All the News That’s Fit to Print,” which still appears on the masthead of the newspaper today. He wrote the slogan as a declaration of the newspaper’s intention to report the news impartially.
National Cream Cheese Brownie Day is an annual food feast celebrated on February 10th of every year. The brownie has been around since the 1800s but was first documented in 1906 in The Boston Cooking School Cook Book.
Daytona Pole Day – February 10, 2021: Alex Bowman, driver of the #48 Ally Chevrolet, qualifies for the NASCAR Cup Series 63rd Annual Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on February 10, 2021 in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Wednesday is National Flannel Day, which is celebrated every Feb. 10. The holiday is meant for people to wear their best lumberjack-esqe attire and enjoy a piece of clothing meant to keep them warm during a long winter.
National Home Warranty Day is observed annually on February 10. When the washing machine breaks down, the hot water heater no longer produces hot water or the central air is kaput, the cost of repair or replacement can be costly. Our homes are filled with complex and vital appliances, technology and other components that over time can and do wear out.
National Plimsoll Day is an annual commemoration observed on February 10th of every year. Those who know what Plimsoll line is would have known the reason for this observance.
It is celebrated as Teddy Day on February 10 each year. On this day people gift teddies to their special someone as a token of their love. It is believed that the teddy day gets its name from US President, Theodore ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt after a cute little teddy was designed to honour his decision of not killing an animal during one of his hunting trips.
National Umbrella Day is celebrated across the nation each year on February 10th. On this day, we honor one of the world’s most convenient inventions, the umbrella! Not only does the umbrella help keep us dry from the rain, it also protects us from the heat of the sun.
February 10 is marked as World Pulses Day by of the United Nations (FAO) to raise awareness about these valuable food resources. The day was first celebrated in 2019, while the year 2016 was entirely dedicated for the purpose as an International Year of Pulses. World Pulses Day is a designated United Nations global event to recognize the importance of pulses (chickpeas, dry beans, lentils, dry peas and lupins etc.).
In Japan, February 11th marks National Foundation Day. National Foundation Day is an annual national holiday in Japan on February 11, celebrating the foundation of Japan, enforced by a specific Cabinet Order set in 1966.
Islamic Revolution Day is a public holiday in Iran observed on the 22nd day of the Persian month of Bhaman. This means it is celebrated on February 11th in the western calendar. Known in Iran as known as Bahman 22nd, it is the National Day of Iran and marks the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
U.S. President Ronald Reagan declared Feb. 11 as National Inventors’ Day in 1983 to celebrate Thomas Edison’s birthday.
Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) Equal Pay Day is February 11. (AAPI = Asian American / Pacific Islander). It marks the number of days into 2020 that AAPI women have to work to make the same amount as their white male counterparts were paid in 2019.
February 11 is officially Be Electrific Day. So, what are we supposed to be celebrating on this electrific day? “A day to honor the birth of Thomas Alva Edison and recognize his electrical inventions, including the lightbulb. It is also the day to discover our own “body electricity.”
On February 11th, Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day promotes a positive attitude even when things might not be going your way. It’s a day for looking on the bright side of things and then carrying that feeling with you every day after.
Thursday, February 11, 2021 is Fat Thursday – 5 days before Shrove Tuesday and Mardi Gras, 6 days before Ash Wednesday, 52 days before Easter. If ever there was an excuse to load up on sweet treats and take indulgent eating to the next level, Fat Thursday is just the ticket. A celebration of all things dough-related, this Polish tradition offers a gilt-edged, guilt-free opportunity to gorge on doughnuts or paczki.
National Get Out Your Guitar Day is an annual celebration observed on February 11th of every year.
Grandmother Achievement Day is February 11th. Big or small, this day is to celebrate all of your grandmother’s achievements throughout her life. It can be something small like perfecting her cookie recipe or something big like reaching a certain age.
On 11 February, the United Nations, partners worldwide, women and girls will mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The International Day of Women and Girls in Science, celebrated on 11 February, is implemented by UNESCO and UN-Women, in collaboration institutions and civil society partners that aim to promote women and girls in science. This Day is an opportunity to promote full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls. Gender equality is a global priority for UNESCO, and the support of young girls, their education and their full ability to make their ideas heard are levers for development and peace.
Always observed on February 11th, National Make A Friend Day is a fantastic opportunity to meet someone new and make a new friendship.
Giving Hearts Day is a 24-hour fundraising event for charities in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. Since the first event in 2008, generous donors have given more than $90 million, 100% of which goes directly to participating charities. Giving Hearts Day 2021 will be held on Thursday, February 11.
National Inventors’ Day: In recognition of the enormous contribution inventors make to the nation and the world, the Congress, pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 140 (Public Law 97 – 198), has designated 11 February, the anniversary of the birth of the inventor Thomas Alva Edison, who held over 1,000 patents, as National Inventors’ Day.
Always observed on February 11th, National Make A Friend Day is a fantastic opportunity to meet someone new and make a new friendship.
National Shut-In Visitation Day on February 11th serves as a reminder to bring some cheerful company to people who are unable to leave their homes. Visiting a person who is shut-in makes a positive difference in that person’s life.
National Peppermint Patty Day recognizes a treat enjoyed by millions around the world. On February 11th each year, sink your teeth into the minty chocolate sweet.
National Pro Sports Wives Day is an annual celebration observed on February 11th of every year. Many men are actively involved in sports and are entertaining us. We would not have known how those professional sports personalities wives are managing both their home and their husband’s careers at the same time.
Promise Day is celebrated on 11th February every year as the fifth important day of Valentine’s week. On this day, lovers make promises to selflessly love each other till the end of their life. Such meaningful promises and their dedication to each other strengthens their relationship forever.
Satisfied Staying Single Day is an annual celebration observed on February 11th of each year. With few more days left out for the Valentines Day, those who are single can also celebrate a day of being single or without indulging in any relationship.
White T-Shirt Day is celebrated on February 11, 2021. It marks the end of a union strike by employees of General Motors in 1937.
Feb. 11 is World Day of the Sick, an observation introduced by Pope John Paul II as a way for believers to offer prayers for those suffering from illnesses.
Tết, Hán Nôm: short for Tết Nguyên Đán, Spring Festival, Lunar New Year, or Vietnamese Lunar New Year is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture. The colloquial term “Tết” is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán, with Sino-Vietnamese origins meaning “Festival of the First Morning of the First Day”.
Chinese New Year, Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.
Losar is a festival in Tibetan Buddhism. The holiday is celebrated on various dates depending on location tradition. The holiday is a new year’s festival, celebrated on the first day of the lunisolar Tibetan calendar, which corresponds to a date in February or March in the Gregorian calendar.
Seollal generally refers to Eumnyeok Seollal, also known as Gujeong. Korean New Year is the first day of the Korean calendar, which is based on the Chinese Lunar calendar. It is one of the most important traditional Korean holidays. The celebration usually lasts three days: the day before Korean New Year, Korean New Year itself, and the day after Korean New Year.
Traditions of Sonam Lhosar. The word Lhosar means New Year or beginning of a new era and Sonam Lhosar is the Tamang New Year. This is the latest in our series explaining more about Nepal’s festival. In reality, the central area where Sonam Losar is celebrated is Tibet, but certain ethnic groups in Nepal, particularly the Tamang, also keep it. The Tamang constitute eight percent of Nepal’s population, are 90 percent Buddhist, and have a distinct language and culture. They traditionally live in the central highlands of Nepal, including in the capital city of Kathmandu. However, Tamang have now relocated to all regions of Nepal, to neighboring areas of northern India, to Bhutan, and to Burma. In Nepal, Sonam Losar falls on the first new moon of the month called “Magh,” which lands it anywhere from early January to mid-February.
Lincoln’s Birthday: Abraham Lincoln was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th president of the United States from 1861 until his assassination in 1865. Lincoln led the nation through the American Civil War, the country’s greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis.
Darwin Day is a celebration to commemorate the birthday of Charles Darwin on 12 February 1809. The day is used to highlight Darwin’s contributions to science and to promote science in general. Darwin Day is celebrated around the world.
Georgia Day is the holiday which the U.S. state of Georgia recognizes in honor of its colonial founding as the Province of Georgia. Since the earliest days of the colony’s founding, Georgians have commemorated the landing of James Edward Oglethorpe and first English settlers at Savannah on February 12, 1733.
National Hugging Day is an annual event dedicated to hugging. Hug Day is celebrated on 12th February every year as the sixth important day of Valentine’s week. On this day, people hug their partner as a sweet gesture of love and affection. It was created by Kevin Zaborney and occurs annually on January 21st. The day was first celebrated on January 21, 1986 in Clio, Michigan, USA. The holiday is also observed in many other countries.
On Red Hand Day or the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers, February 12 each year since 2002, pleas are made to political leaders and events are staged around the world to draw attention to child soldiers: children under the age of 18 who participate in military organizations of all kinds.
International Winter Bike to Work Day has been observed the second Friday in February since 2013. Winter Bike to Work Day is an international observance of rolling in the snow and cold. It falls annually on the second Friday of February.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) mission was and is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of minority group citizens of United States. While the first large meeting did not take place until three months later, the February date is often cited as the founding date of the organization. The NAACP was founded on February 12, 1909, by a larger group including African Americans W. E. B.
National Freedom to Marry Day is a non-official United States holiday held annually on February 12 to promote same-sex marriage. The holiday was founded in 1999 by Lambda Legal, a gay rights advocacy law firm based out of Washington, DC.
Lost Penny Day is an annual celebration observed on February 12th of every year. Unlike the currency notes, the pennies doesn’t fit into your wallets or purse. Look for lost and missing pennies. It is a day that seeks out lost pennies which there are probably quite a few nooks and crannies of your home. National Lost Penny Day celebrates the American penny, and takes place on Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, because it is his likeness that is on the coin.
National Plum Pudding Day is a food holiday celebrated annually on February 12, which is quite strange as plum pudding is a traditional Christmas dessert.
National No One Eats Alone Day is observed next on Friday, February 12th, 2021. It has been observed the second Friday in February since 2012. Social isolation is a pervading feeling that can never seem to go away, especially in a world that thrives on social interaction.
Oglethorpe Day honors our university’s namesake, James Edward Oglethorpe. Held in February, Oglethorpe Day commemorates the anniversary of General Oglethorpe’s arrival in the new world in Savannah, Ga. Each year the festivities begin with the exciting Petrels of Fire race.
Safety Pup Day was first introduced to the world on February 12, 1985, at a news conference in Washington, D.C., by award-winning actress Rita Moreno who served as spokeswoman.
World Radio Day celebrates radio as the mass media reaching the widest audience in the world. It is also recognized as a powerful communication tool. World Radio Day is observed on February 13 every year to celebrate one of the oldest and most widely consumed mediums of communication. It celebrates the radio as a way of educating people, providing information, and promoting freedom of expression across the globe. Desperation Day: February the 13th, i.e. the day before Valentines day. On which single people try desperately to find someone to spend Valentines day with. On Dream Your Sweet Day, people spend the day thinking of their sweetheart and preparing for tomorrow’s big day. They get together gifts and plan where they will go and what they will do. Then they go to bed with their sweetheart on their mind and drift away to dream of them. Employee Legal Awareness Day is observed annually on February 13th. Employee Legal Awareness Day day emphasise the importance of legal education for employees so that large and small businesses reduce their risk of legal problems. Employee Legal Awareness Day was created by Australian lawyer, Paul Brennan, as an internationally recognized effort encouraging companies to open a dialogue with employees about workplace policies in a positive, non-threatening manner. The day’s purpose is twofold: emphasize the importance of legal education for employees and businesses and reduce their risk of legal problems. Yes! Unofficially, Galentine’s Day is celebrated the day prior to Valentine’s Day, annually on February 13. Get a Different Name Day is one of those bizarre informal holidays, which are so numerous. It is celebrated on February 13. Our name is not something we choose, it is typically bestowed upon us by our parents. Many people actually like their names, but not everyone is lucky to be given the name they like. Right in the heart of Oscar season, the second Saturday in February celebrates Global Movie Day to honor the way movies have captured audiences’ hearts and minds around the world for over 100 years. International Condom Day, created by AHF and celebrated each year on February 13th (the day before Valentine’s Day), came about as an innovative and lighthearted way to remind people that wearing a condom can prevent pregnancy and STDs, including HIV. Natural Day is February 13th Natural Day, or The International Day of Self Love, is held every February 13th in the hopes of encouraging and empowering individuals with insecurities and personal uncertainties to let go of their self-doubts and embrace their natural selves. Founded by the Love Your Natural Self Foundation, Natural Day is all about strengthening one’s self-esteem and acknowledging the innate beauty within and around you. Among the many days that lead up to the Valentine’s Day, and are a part of the love week, is the Kiss Day, celebrated by millions of people Madly In Love With Me Day is commemorated on February 13th of every year, the day before Valentine’s Day. Madly In Love With Me Day is celebrated to mark the essence of loving oneself without guilt and choosing yourself before others. It’s all about making yourself a best friend. It is dedicated to teaching people, particularly women, the importance of knowing and loving yourself. February 13th is officially National Break Up with Your Carrier Day, and T-Mobile is making it easier than ever to say goodbye to Verizon and AT&T with new deals. After over a century spent perfecting its award-winning cheddar recipe, Tillamook founded National Cheddar Day on February 13, 2019, to celebrate its 110th birthday and share a passion for cheddar with cheese-lovers nationwide, giving cheddar a day to shine on its own. National Crab Rangoon Day is observed next on Saturday, February 13th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on February 13th. Crab rangoons are deep-fried dumplings served within American Chinese restaurants. The Internet Best Friends Day is also called National Internet Best Friend Day. An internet friendship is a form of friendship or romance which takes place exclusively over the internet. This may evolve into a real-life friendship. Internet friendships are in similar context to pen pals. Tortellini Day is the right moment to try some of the many variations of tortellini, including in soup. Tortellini are ring-shaped pasta, which is typically stuffed with a mix of meat etc. National Wingman’s Day: The date of February 13 was selected to be strategically the day before Valentine’s Day. On this day we celebrate all of the Wingmen out there for all the unselfish support they provide. Scout Sabbath, for Jewish Scout units, is always the Saturday after Scout Sunday and offers an opportunity for worshippers to honor Scouts and Scouters. February 13, 2021 is the Last Day of Boy Scout Week. February 13, 2019 has been designated as International Self Love Day. “We often talk about how to ‘win over another’s love’ or to ‘find love’ when it comes to relationships with one another,” said Melissa O’Neill, LCSW, director of clinical operations at Timberline Knolls.
Arizona Statehood Day: Arizona is the 48th state and last of the contiguous states to be admitted to the Union, achieving statehood on February 14, 1912. Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood. Norwegian Mother’s Day was first celebrated in Bergen on February 9, 1919. The celebration was initially held by religious organizations. Valentine’s Day, also called Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is celebrated annually on February 14. It is this day when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. Given their similarities, it has been suggested that the holiday has origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February. Autism Sunday, also known as the International Day of Prayer for autism spectrum disorders, is an event observed annually on the second Sunday of February. Frederick Douglass Day: The February 14th holiday that Hallmark makes no greeting cards to celebrate. Although he was born enslaved, and never knew his birthdate, he chose to celebrate every year on February 14th. International Book Giving Day takes place on 14th February each year. The aim? To get books into the hands of as many children as possible. International Book Giving Day is a 100% volunteer initiative aimed at increasing children’s access to and enthusiasm for books. League of Women Voters Day: LWV operates at the local, state, and national level, with over 1,000 local and 50 state leagues, and one territory league in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The League of Women Voter’s primary purpose is to encourage voting by registering voters, providing voter information, and advocating for voting rights. February 14 is not only Valentine’s Day, it’s also Library Lover’s Day. It is a day to honor libraries, librarians, bookworms, and library lovers in your life. Library Lovers’ Day is an annual opportunity for people to celebrate the valuable role that libraries play in their lives. National Call in Single Day encouraged singles to set aside time for themselves and their love lives. They encouraged them to make the most of the time that they spend looking for love, encouraging them to do things like making better dating decisions and “extending their lunch hour or taking a personal day to gain some self-insight.” A state-wide celebration of sexual health and wellness, National Condom Day is the perfect chance to raise awareness of healthy relationships, and safe, consensual sex. National Cream Filled Chocolate Day is celebrated on February 14 of every year. Cream filled chocolates are filled with delicious creams in them. Observed annually on Feb. 14, National Donor Day aims to raise awareness of the lifesaving benefits of organ, eye and tissue donation while reminding us of the importance of discussing the topic with loved ones. In addition to Valentine’s Day, February 14th is the annual observance of National Ferris Wheel Day. The 14th of February is the birth day of George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr, the inventor of the Ferris Wheel. Have a Heart Day is a child and youth-led reconciliation event that brings together caring Canadians to help ensure First Nations children have the services they need to grow up safely at home, get a good education, be healthy, and be proud of who they are. Observed annually on February 14–also known as Valentine’s Day, which sees a considerable uptick in pet thefts–LCA first created National Pet Theft Awareness Day in 1988 to raise awareness for the issues of pet theft and to educate the public about how to keep their companion animals safe from unscrupulous thieves. Quirkyalone Day is February 14! International Quirkyalone Day (Feb. 14) is a do-it-yourself celebration of romance, friendship, and independent spirit. It’s a celebration of all kinds of love: romantic, platonic, familial, and yes, self-love. Race Relations Day is observed next on Sunday, February 14th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on February 14th. It was first formally celebrated in 2003 with the theme, ‘Hands Up for Kiwis of Every Race and Place’. Read to Your Child Day (Celebrate EVERYDAY!) February 14th is “National Read to Your Child Day”! Celebrate this day by reading your favorite children’s book to kids. February 14 is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day, an annual campaign to honor and remember everyone born with a heart defect and all of the families and friends touched by children with heart defects. World Marriage Day, observed annually on the second Sunday of February, will be celebrated Feb. 14 in 2021. Marriage is a hugely important institution in many parts of the world and symbolizes the formalization of a relationship between a loving couple. Marriage Day celebrates everything about marriage, and is a great day to propose to your partner, or to get hitched! World Sound Healing Day: On this day, many thousands of people through our planet will be creating Healing Sounds encoded with the intention of Love & Compassion to send a sonic valentine to the Gaia Matrix, our beloved Mother Earth, with the intention of raising the consciousness of all sentient beings.
Singles Awareness Day takes place on the day after Valentine’s Day. It is also commonly known as Singles Appreciation Day. It is celebrated on February 15 each year. It is an unofficial holiday celebrated by single people. It serves as a complement to Valentine’s Day for people who are single, and not married or in a romantic relationship.
National Flag of Canada Day, commonly shortened to Flag Day, is observed annually on February 15 to commemorate the inauguration of the flag of Canada on that date in 1965. The day is marked by flying the flag, occasional public ceremonies, and educational programs in schools.
Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday: Susan B. Anthony was an American social reformer and women’s rights activist who played a pivotal role in the women’s suffrage movement. Born into a Quaker family on 15 February 1820 committed to social equality, she collected anti-slavery petitions at the age of 17. Before her death on March 13, 1906, Susan B. Anthony’s last public words were, “Failure is impossible”. Unfortunately, Susan B. Anthony did not live to realize her dream of women’s suffrage, but thankfully her legacy survives.
February 15th is International Angelman Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness and funding for Angelman Syndrome.
Annoy Squidward Day: Annoy Squidward Day has come to light as a consequence of an episode on the animated series of Spongebob Squarepants.. It is supposedly held annually on February 15, though there is debate about this. Squidward is bothered, so when he is asked what day it is today, he answers, “Annoy Squidward Day?” SpongeBob laughs and says that “Annoy Squidward Day” is on this day and points to the calendar. It is really the day Mr. Krabs announces the Employee of the Month Award.
Daisy Gatson Bates Day in Arkansas: Daisy Lee Gatson Bates was an American civil rights activist, publisher, journalist, and lecturer who played a leading role in the Little Rock Integration Crisis of 1957. In 2021 Daisy Gatson Bates Day in Arkansas in USA falls on February 15.
15th of February is International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD). ICCD is a global collaborative campaign to raise awareness about childhood cancer and to express support for children and adolescents with cancer, the survivors and their families.
Love Reset Day is February 15th. Love Reset Day is the day after Valentine’s Day, when many people have a disappointing “Moment of Truth” in their romantic lives, which leads them on a journey of self-love.
Lupercalia was an ancient, possibly pre-Roman pastoral annual festival, observed in the city of Rome from the 13th to the 15th of February to avert evil spirits and purify the city, releasing health and fertility.
Observed on February 15th, National Gumdrop Day recognizes a favorite candy of many; the gumdrop! There’s no question as to what to do. Eat gumdrops and eat as many as you want! Gumdrops are a tasty, colorful, chewy candy that is made with gelatin and then coated with sugar.
Each year, World Hippo Day on February 15th provides a special day to celebrate the world’s third-largest mammal. It’s also a day to learn more about the hippopotamus.
National I Want Butterscotch Day is an unofficial food day observed annually on February 15. It celebrates one of the most delicious confections.
Parinirvana Day, or Nirvana Day is a Mahayana Buddhist holiday celebrated in East Asia. By some it is celebrated on 8 February, but by most on the 15 February. In Bhutan, it is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the fourth month of the Bhutanese calendar.
The United States is on Monday celebrating Presidents’ Day, a federal holiday to honour all US presidents, past and present. The holiday is observed on the third Monday of February and is one of the holidays whose date changes in accordance with the Uniform Monday Holiday Act. Today the nation typically combines Washington’s Birthday with Presidents’ Day, celebrating both days on the third Monday in February. … The idea behind the name was to create a holiday that did not recognize a specific president, but rather celebrated the office of the presidency.
February 15th, 2021 is Shrove Monday. Also known as Carnival Monday, Collopy Monday, Fat Monday, Hall Monday, Luni Gras, Merry Monday,Pure Monday, Ash Monday, Monday of Lent or Green Monday, is the first day of Great Lent throughout Eastern Christianity and is a moveable feast, falling on the 7th Monday before Pascha (Easter). The common term for this day, “Clean Monday”, refers to the leaving behind of sinful attitudes and non-fasting foods.
St. Skeletor’s Day is a non-commercial alternative to St. Valentine’s Day and is held on February 15th. St. Skeletor’s Day is a day for single people; it’s a day for all those who didn’t have a date or get any flowers yesterday on Valentine’s Day, and is basically the antithesis of that day.
Vasant Panchami, also called Saraswati Puja is a festival that marks the preparation for the arrival of spring. The festival is celebrated by people in various ways depending upon the region in the life in the Indian subcontinent.
Birth date of Kim Jong Il: Kim Jong-il was a North Korean politician who served as the second Supreme Leader of North Korea from 1994 to 2011. He led North Korea from the 1994 death of his father Kim Il-sung, the first Supreme Leader until his own death in 2011, when he was succeeded by his son, Kim Jong-un.
Elizabeth Peratrovich Day: Each year on February 16, we honor and celebrate her life and her contributions to freedom and equality. This is a day for all people to reaffirm belief in the principles of social equality and respect for all. In 1988, the Alaska Legislature established February 16 as Elizabeth Peratrovich Day “for her courageous, unceasing efforts to eliminate discrimination and bring about equal rights in Alaska.
National Do A Grouch A Favor Day is a call to kindness on February 16th. Everyone knows a grouch, and some of us may even be guilty of being one. On February 16th, maybe you can be the one to find the sweeter side of a grouch.
Innovation Day: Innovation Day is observed on February 16th of every year. Innovation is a process of translating an idea or invention into a good or service that creates value for which customers will pay. It is an action of inventing the new method, product, idea and so on.
The Kyoto Protocol was adopted on 11 December 1997. Owing to a complex ratification process, it entered into force on 16 February 2005.
Mardi Gras Day is February 16 this year. Fat Tuesday is the last day of the Carnival season as it always falls the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent.
Shrove Tuesday is the day before Ash Wednesday observed in many Christian countries … The term Mardi Gras is French for “Fat Tuesday”, referring to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods. This holiday is always celebrated 47 days before easter. This means that the upcoming Paczki will be celebrated on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.
Paczki Day – February 16, 2021 (Always Shrove Tuesday). This holiday is always celebrated 47 days before easter. This means that the upcoming Paczki will be celebrated on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.
National Almond Day: On February 16th each year, National Almond Day recognizes the versatile and healthful almond. Whether you are eating them by themselves, using almond milk, pasta, flour, butter, oil or meal, almonds offer a delicious flavor along with many health benefits. Almonds are one of the most heart-healthy foods on the market, packed with vitamin E, magnesium and fiber.
National Tim Tam Day is February 16, but this year Arnott’s are doing something extra special to celebrate Australia’s iconic chocolate biscuit. Tim Tam is a brand of chocolate biscuit made by the Australian biscuit company Arnott’s. During the Valentine’s Day period of 2015, Arnott’s launched Choc Raspberry and Coconut Cream flavours, again collaborating with Zumbo.
Travel Africa Day– is celebrated on third or fourth Tuesday in February. This year it falls on 16th February 2021.
Analog to Digital TV Day: For full-power TV stations, the transition went into effect on June 12, 2009, with stations ending regular programming on their analog signals no later than 11:59 p.m. local time that day.  Under the Digital Transition and Public Safety Act of 2005 , full-power broadcasting of analog television in the United States was initially planned to have ceased after February 17, 2009.
Lent begins on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 — also known as Ash Wednesday. On Ash Wednesday, which is traditionally a somber holiday, a church’s priest or pastor will dip their finger into a tray of ashes and spread them on congregants’ foreheads in the shape of a cross.
National Champion Crab Races Day: National Champion Crab Races Day has always been observed annually on February 17. One of the most prominent organizations involved with crab racing is the National Crab Racing Association (NCRA), which was started by Jim Morgan in 1979.
My Way Day has been created in celebration of that wonderful phrase “It’s my way or the high way”. It is celebrated on February 17 of every year. It is an official day to practice anything on your way. The history of My Way Day is unclear but it believed to have been inspired by key events in the world happening because someone had a bold idea and they weren’t afraid to go through with it.
National Cabbage Day on February 17th recognizes a delightful garden staple that provides some of the best recipes for the Celtic holidays coming up next month. This day is celebrated to thank the nature for giving us another nutrition packed vegetable.
February 17 is National Café au Lait Day. Celebrate this holiday with a cup of coffee with milk, served in French style. Café au Lait is coffee with usually hot milk in about equal parts.
Founders’ Day (February 17) is when we celebrate the legacy and work of our founders—Alice McLellan Birney, Phoebe Apperson Hearst and Selena Sloan Butler—to better the lives of every child in education, health and safety.
Each year on February 17th, National Random Acts of Kindness Day grows in popularity. It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations. The idea behind this holiday is to make the world a better place by spreading a little light around and to make kindness a part of our everyday lives. It is a day to celebrate and encourage random acts of kindness.
Who Shall I Be Day is February 17th. When you pursue your own way, nurture your uniqueness with passion and perseverance, you cannot help but succeed. And one thing for sure: you will succeed at being happy and fulfilled.
World Human Spirit Day is a celebration of the fact that what we know about our own world is limited and superficial. It is a day to wonder at our achievements on this planet as humans, and to contemplate the endless possibilities we have as spirits.
Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti celebrates Dayanand Saraswati’s Arya Samaj. Arya Samaj is principled under Satyarth Prakash as the ‘light of truth.’ It is observed in February/March of each year. Dayananda Saraswati (12 February 1824 – 30 October 1883) was an Indian philosopher, social leader and founder of the Arya Samaj, a reform movement of the Vedic dharma. He was the first to give the call for Swaraj as “India for Indians” in 1876, a call later taken up by Lokmanya Tilak.
Cow Milked While Flying in an Airplane Day: On 18th February we celebrate the day the first cow flew in an airplane, as well as the first day a cow was milked while flying in an airplane. On February 18, 1930, a Guernsey cow named Nellie Jay, who also was known as Elm Farm Ollie, flew from Bismarck, Missouri, on a Ford Trimotor plane, to the International Aviation Exhibition in St. Louis. Nellie Jay was chosen because she was a high milk producing cow, and because she had a calm nature. The trip was taken to show the ability of the aircraft, and to take scientific data about the cow’s behavior. Claude M. Sterling piloted the aircraft, while Elsworth W. Bunce of Wisconsin accompanied the cow, and was the first man to milk a cow in flight. During the 72 mile flight, the milk that Nellie Jay gave was packaged in paper cartons. It was then parachuted to spectators who were watching the flight. Nellie Jay reportedly produced 24 quarts of milk during the flight, and it is even believed that Charles Lindbergh received one of the quarts at the Exhibition. Nellie Jay became known as the Sky Queen after the flight.
National Crab-Stuffed Flounder Day: Flounder is baked with a crab meat stuffing seasoned with mustard and Worcestershire and topped with mayonnaise. This dish is common in the gulf coast area of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Flounder is a mild, delicate fish. When stuffed with rich, succulent crabmeat, a simple meal becomes an elegant feast.
National Drink Wine Day is held each year on February 18, so get ready to unwind with a glass or two of your favorite Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay. Unsurprisingly, Drink Wine Day is a day to celebrate wine, which includes drinking some wine. However, its purpose isn’t to result in millions of people staggering around bars after losing self-control or to leave participants facing the mother of all hangovers on Drink Wine Day +1. Wine should be enjoyed responsibly on this day more than any other.
Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day is an informal holiday celebrated in February when some people deliberately eat ice cream for breakfast. It is thought that the unofficial holiday was first created in the 1960s by Florence Rappaport in Rochester, New York as a way to entertain her children on a cold and snowy morning.
Battery Day is an unofficial holiday which is celebrated on February 18th and is used to pay homage to the little energy source that makes our lives much easier. Batteries are ubiquitous to our lives and can be found in everything from remote controls and smoke detectors to cell phones and digital cameras.
National Hate Florida Day. Happens annually on February 18th.
Every year, Pluto Day on February 18th celebrates the discovery of the former planet. Up until 2006, the dwarf planet was considered one of the nine planets in the solar system. Pluto was discovered in the year 1930, and it is considered as the ninth planet in the solar system for about 76 years, but after the year 1992, its position as a planet was doubted as many objects like Pluto with similar size was discovered in the Kuiper belt. On 24th August 2006, Pluto’s position as a planet was degraded by the (IAU) International Astronomical Union to a dwarf planet and this day is called as Pluto Demoted Day.
February 18 is Thumb Appreciation Day. On Thumb Appreciation Day, some people abstain from using their thumbs and instead just use their other fingers, which gives them a better appreciation for the thumb, which is considered to be one of the most important digits.
Shivaji Jayanti marks the birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the first Chhatrapati and founder of the Maratha Empire and is celebrated on 19 February every year. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti is celebrated annually to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maratha emperor Shivaji Maharaj.
According to SpongeBob SquarePants, February 19 is “Best Friends Day.”
Coast Guard Reserves Birthday: February 19 is formally recognized as the birth of the Coast Guard Reserve while June 23 is recognized as birthday of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. It was set-up in the late 1930s as a “civilian reserve” operation.
Tug-of-war is a competitive sport that takes place around the world and has a long and ancient history. Two teams hold each end of a large rope and attempt to pull the other towards them in order to win. Dropped from the Olympic Games in 1920, Tug of War still remains a Worldwide sport and many nations have their own governing bodies.
Iwo Jima Day: The Battle of Iwo Jima (19 Feb 1945 – 26 Mar 1945) was a major battle in which the United States Marine Corps and Navy landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. Battle of Iwo Jima, (February 19–March 16, 1945), World War II conflict between the United States and the Empire of Japan. Iwo Jima was considered strategically important: it provided an air base for Japanese fighter planes to intercept long-range B-29 Superfortress bombers. In addition, it was used by the Japanese to stage nuisance air attacks on the Mariana Islands from November 1944 through January 1945.
National Caregivers Day – February 19, 2021 (Third Friday in February) National Caregivers Day on the third Friday in February honors the health care professionals across the country providing long-term and hospice care. Around the nation, dedicated health care professionals serve those who require long-term or hospice care.
Recognized by the US National Confectioners Association, National Chocolate Mint Day is observed annually across the nation on February 19th. A fun fact – mint chocolate chip ice cream was invented in 1973 by culinary student Marilyn Ricketts while studying at South Devon College in England. She entered a competition to provide an ice cream dessert for Princess Anne’s wedding to Captain Mark Phillips at Westminster Abby.
National Lash Day is observed annually on February 19. This is a day to notice and appreciate both true and false eyelashes for the beauty they add to every look.
National Tartar Sauce Day is a holiday that falls on the Friday after Lent starts. This makes sense considering so many people give up meat and instead eat fish for Lent. And what’s better to put on fish, or any seafood for that matter, than tartar sauce? That’s why we feel that everyone who enjoys seafood as much as we do should take the time to observe this holiday. It doesn’t matter if you use it as a sauce or a dip, it’s just plain good.
Plagiarism Prevention Day, celebrated in the mid-February, should be one of the most important dates on the academic calendar for all students, professors, and academia overall. Unfortunately, plagiarism today is one the greatest threats to authenticity, authorship, and integrity, since it has become a commonplace reality for every university and K12 school.
Vet Girls RISE founded National Vet Girls RISE Day on February 19, 2019, to bring awareness to the contributions of women veterans to the United States military and to provide an opportunity for women veterans to celebrate the bonds they formed during their service.
On Clean Out Your Bookcase Day, avid readers and bibliophiles focus on getting their bookcases clean and in order. They dust or wipe down their bookcases.
On February 20th, pet lovers everywhere observe National Love Your Pet Day. This holiday focuses on giving extra attention to our pets. Pets can offer unconditional love and help to make a home feel more welcoming and inviting. It’s only appropriate that owners take the time to show appreciation for them by celebrating on Love Your Pet Day.
Some pie lovers will be eating their favorite pie on February 20 during National Cherry Pie Day. America’s favorite pie is apple pie. As we wrote about in our blog on the history of apple pie, today’s apple pie is quite unlike the delicious dessert’s predecessor. In fact, the pies were once made with hard, inedible crusts that simply served to preserve the pie’s contents.
National Day of Solidarity with Muslim, Arab and South Asian Immigrants is observed next on Saturday, February 20th, 2021. It has been observed annually on February 20th since 2002.
Handcuff Day marks the occasion back in 1912, on February 20th, when a patent was granted to George A. Carney for a revolutionary new style of handcuff. This new design became the de facto restraint of law enforcement agencies worldwide.
National Student Volunteer Day is an annual holiday celebrated on February 20th. A week of events, activities and campaigns that promote student volunteering – led by education providers, volunteer organisations and students across many countries.
Hoodie Hoo dayis supposedly celebrated on the 20th of February in the northern hemisphere. On this winter day, people go out at noon, wave their hands over their heads and chant “Hoodie-Hoo”. It is a day to chase away winter blahs, and bring in spring.
World Day of Social Justice is an international day recognizing the need to promote social justice, which includes efforts to tackle issues such as poverty, exclusion, gender equality, unemployment, human rights, and social protections.
World Pangolin Day is celebrated on the third Saturday in February, and this year, the special day falls on February 20, 2021! Pangolin Day is an opportunity for pangolin enthusiasts to join together in raising awareness about these unique mammals — and their plight. These amazing creature numbers are rapidly declining in Asia and Africa due to poaching and illegal hunting.
World Whale Day provides an opportunity to voice concerns regarding the wellbeing of these marine mammals. World Whale Day will be celebrated on Saturday, 20 February 2021. Their weight ranges from 270 kg dwarf sperm whale to over 180,000 kg blue whale. Gray whales migrate over 10,000 miles a year.
Carnival typically involves public celebrations, including events such as parades, public street parties and other entertainments, combining some elements of a circus. Elaborate costumes and masks allow people to set aside their everyday individuality and experience a heightened sense of social unity. For the carnival thousands of masqueraders flood the streets throughout the islands in bold, colourful costumes, dancing through the parade routes to the exhilarating sounds of soca, steelpan and calypso music.
International Mother Language Day is a worldwide annual observance held on 21 February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and to promote multilingualism.
King Harald V’s Day: Harald V (born 21 February 1937) is King of Norway. He acceeded to the throne on 17 January 1991. Harald was the third child and only son of King Olav V and Princess Märtha of Sweden. He was second in the line of succession at the time of his birth, behind his father. In 1940, as a result of the German occupation during World War II, the royal family went into exile. Harald spent part of his childhood in Sweden and the United States. He returned to Norway in 1945, and subsequently studied for periods at the University of Oslo, the Norwegian Military Academy and Balliol College, Oxford.
Card Reading Day is celebrated on February 21, 2021. The day is a chance for sentimental people to get their saved cards out for reading them. A greeting card is an illustrated, folded card featuring an expression of friendship or other sentiment.
National Grain-Free Day on February 21 inspires families and friends to gather and enjoy each others’ company over grain-free meals.
February 21 is National Sticky Bun Day! This delightful confection, a Philadelphia specialty originally known as “Schnecken” are thought to have been brought to the United States by German settlers in the 18th century.
Celebrate Be Humble Day: Every year on February 22 we celebrate Be Humble Day, a day that promotes modesty, humility and the ability to put others before oneself.
22 February marks European Day for Victims of Crime. A day to remember those who have suffered at the hands of criminals – many millions every year –children and adults, women and men, poor and wealthy, residents and visitors to the EU.
Worldwide in nearly all Scout associations, Founders’ Day is celebrated on February 22, the birthday of Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (born in 1857), the founder of Scouting, and coincidentally also of his wife Olave Baden-Powell (born in 1889). It is a day to recognise the plight of victims everywhere and to give voice to their needs.
Across the United States, National Cook A Sweet Potato Day on February 22nd celebrates a root vegetable packed with flavor and a bit of history, too. The sweet potato is eaten and loved, each day, by millions of people across the nation.
National Cupcake Day is Monday, February 22nd, 2021. Happens each year on the Last Monday of February. National Cupcake Day is the most delicious way to show your support for animals in need of your help!
National Margarita Day is today, smack dab in the middle of winter. Many people think of Margaritas as a summer cooler. A date in February was selected, as Margaritas can be enjoyed any time of the year.
Play More Cards Day is observed next on Monday, February 22nd, 2021. It was observed on February 23rd in 2013. It has been observed annually on February 22nd since 2014.
Now every February 22 is both a celebration of NIRSA’s history as well as a reflection on the values that keep us moving forward. It’s not uncommon to hear universities refer to February 22 as either “NIRSA Day” or “Recreational Sports & Fitness Day” (Rec Day for short).
Single Tasking Day Try it on February 22, Single Tasking Day. Take on a single task and excel at it on Single Tasking Day. The made-up holiday clearly wants to encourage people to devote all their time and energy on accomplishing one task at a time.
Frederick Bean “Tex” Avery (February 26, 1908 – August 26, 1980) was an American animator and director, known for producing and directing animated cartoons during the golden age of American animation. His most significant work was for the Warner Bros. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, where he was crucial in the creation and evolution of famous animated characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Droopy, Screwy Squirrel, George and Junior, and Chilly Willy.
February 22 is National Walking the Dog Day! This day combines two of the most happy-making things we have in this life: dogs and exercise.
Presidents Day got its beginnings with the celebration of Washington’s birthday every year on February 22. George Washington’s Birthday is celebrated as a federal holiday on the third Monday in February. Congress officially made the day a federal holiday in 1968, when it also moved it to the third Monday of February to make a three-day weekend.
Woolworth’s Day: February 22nd significant news events for this day include Woolworth Opens 5 Cent Store.
World Thinking Day, formerly Thinking Day, is celebrated annually on 22 February by all Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. It is also celebrated by Scout and Guide organizations around the world. It is a day when they think about their “sisters” (and “brothers”) in all the countries of the world, the meaning of Guiding, and its global impact.
Defender of the Fatherland Day is a Russian holiday on February 23 and focuses on the achievements of military forces and veterans.
The Emperor’s Birthday is a national holiday in the Japanese calendar celebrated on the birthday of the reigning Emperor, which is currently 23 February, as Emperor Naruhito was born on that day in 1960.
Curling is Cool Day – Curling is Cool Day is observed annually on February 23rd of every year. Curling is a team sport in which players slide stones using curling brooms on a rectangular sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric circles.
World Engine Day: A patent for the diesel engine, German Patent 67207—titled “Arbeitsverfahren und Ausführungsart für Verbrennungsmaschinen,” meaning “Working Methods and Techniques for Internal Combustion Engines”—was granted to him on February 23, 1893.
International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day on February 23 is a day to appreciate dog biscuits and the joy they bring to your four legged canine friends.
February 23rd annually recognizes a well-known food holiday, National Banana Bread Day. Bakers know that to make sweet and delicious banana bread, they need to use fully ripe, mashed bananas.
National Rationalization Day is all about observing the fake reasons or false excuses are given for not finishing a particular work or doing it wrong. It is like a student saying “I failed because my mother didn’t prepare for exams” Yes, people can take this day to correct all the mistakes they did because of rationalization. It is the day for recognizing the loss due to rationalization or also some will take a break from regular works and give fake reasons to take rest. It has always been observed annually on February 23rd.
On February 23rd, National Tile Day recognizes a timeless element of architecture and design. Around the world, tile plays a variety of roles.
Pinocchio Day: And now a page from our “Sunday Morning” Almanac: February 23rd, 1940, 74 years ago today . . . the day moviegoers viewed an animation landmark, no strings attached. For that was the day Walt Disney’s “Pinocchio” opened nationwide.
Play Tennis Day is officially observed on February 23rd of every year. Tennis is a sport people usually play individually against a single opponent or between two teams of two players.
Tootsie Roll Day: Tootsie Roll is a chocolate-flavored taffy-like candy that has been manufactured in the United States since 1907. The candy has qualities similar to both caramels and taffy without being exactly either confection.The manufacturer, Tootsie Roll Industries, is based in Chicago, Illinois. It was the first penny candy to be individually wrapped in America.
World Spay Day advocates spaying, or neutering, advocating it “as a proven means of saving the lives of companion animals, community (feral and stray) cats, and street dogs who might otherwise be put down in a shelter or killed on the street.” It is an event held on the last Tuesday in February each year.
The month of February is very special in the Rotary calendar because it includes the anniversary of the first meeting of Rotary held on February 23, 1905, now designated as the World Understanding and Peace Day.
In fact, last year alone, people in almost 180 countries shared their support of Pink Shirt Day through social media posts and donations. On February 24, 2021, we encourage everyone to practice kindness and wear pink to symbolize that you do not tolerate bullying.
Earth God’s Birthday is a day dedicated to Lord Tudigong or Tudishen who is a tutelary deity of the locality in the Chinese fold religion. Earth God’s Birthday is a day for Tudigong who is the local earth god worshipped in China. He is worshipped by the Chinese fold religion worshipers and Taoists. The effects of god are believed to be effective. He can bring happiness, getaway disasters and have countless merits. On this day, people of China visit the shrine and pray to the Lord for wellness and countless merits.
Mexico Flag Day: Día de la Bandera is a national holiday in Mexico. Flag Day is celebrated every year on February 24 since its implementation in 1937.
Forget Me Not Day is an unofficial holiday that encourages people to try and reconnect with all those they may not be in touch with anymore. It is on February 24, 2021 (Fourth Wednesday in February). It is a day to honor family, friends, and loved ones. People celebrate this day by calling or emailing family, friends and loved ones.
Inconvenience Yourself Day is celebrated on fourth Wednesday of February of every year. This year February 24th, 2021 is Inconvenience Yourself Day. Inconvenience in general means causing difficulty to one’s requirements and comfort, like a need to change trains before reaching the workplace.
National Tortilla Chip Day, a day set aside for the crunchy snack loved by millions across the nation, is observed annually on February 24th. Tortilla chips were initially an afterthought, a simple snack made with leftover tortillas. But these crispy triangles of deliciousness soon became a nationwide sensation, and each February 24, we celebrate these salty snacks with National Tortilla Chip Day.
National Trading Card Day February 24 is “National Trading Card Day”. Made of paperboard or thick paper, trading cards include a picture of a person, place, or thing—either real or made up. The pictures are usually accompanied by a description and other text, such as statistics or trivia.
The date of Twin Peaks Day is February 24, when the FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper’s character arrives in the fictional town of Twin Peaks.
Every year on February 24th World Bartender Day celebrates the bartender, one of the world’s oldest professions. It’s also a day for bartenders to show off their unique talents and creations. While a bartender may seem like a modern profession, they have been around since the 1400s.
People Power Anniversary: Anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution 2021 in Philippines. People Power Anniversary is a nationwide observance and school holiday in the Philippines each year. This event holds a special place in the hearts of many Filipinos as they remember a revolution that restored democracy in the Philippines in 1986.
Digital Learning Day:Digital Learning Day celebrates the use of digital technology in learning. It highlights that how important technology has become for learning in the classroom.
Discover Girl Day held on February 25, 2021 is a campaign to engage girls in engineering. Many people around the globe educate girls about how engineers change our world.
Let’s All Eat Right Dayis February 25th. National Let’s All Eat Right Day is based around Adelle Davis’ work around nutrition. Her book Let’s Eat Right to Keep Fit was published in 1954. This day is also celebrated on her birthday which is February 25, 1904.
National Chili Day – It is usually the Last Thursday in February and this year falls on February 25, 2021. It honors one of America’s favorite winter dishes, i.e. chili. It’s also known as chili con carne (chili with meat).
National Chocolate Covered Nut Day on February 25th recognizes the delicious and crunchy snack covered in chocolate. There are many more recipes with so many different types of nuts and chocolate combinations.
National Clam Chowder Day: Each year on February 25th people across the nation participate in National Clam Chowder Day. A clam chowder is a soup or stew containing clams or fish. The chowder includes milk or cream or tomatoes.
National Pancake Day: On February 25th, people from around the country celebrate National Pancake Day. On this day many restaurants offer free pancakes, although guests are asked to consider leaving a donation.
Pistol Patent Day takes place on February 25, 2021. A pistol is a handgun with a chamber that is integral with the barrel, such as a pepperbox revolver, as opposed to a standard revolver, wherein the chamber is separate from the barrel as a revolving cylinder.
The National Toast Day: Few people would think that this food was important enough for a holiday, and yet it does. It is on Thursday 25 February 2021.
Quiet Day was established to remind us to slow down and give silence a chance. During this celebration, you are encouraged to simply not speak. It is a day set apart for special devotions, meditations, and instructions.
Rubber Ducky Day: Rubber Duckie first appeared on Sesame Street Episode 0078, on February 25, 1970.
Ta’ Anit Ester – February 25, 2021: The Fast of Esther (Ta’anit Ester) is observed by Jews on Purim eve on the 13th day of the month of Adar. Esther is the eponymous heroine of the Biblical Book of Esther. She was a Jewish wife of the Persian king Ahasuerus. When royal vizier Haman decided to murder all the Jews in the Persian empire, she fasted for three days before telling the King she was Jewish and asking him to save the lives of her people.
The Great American Spit Out – On February 25, 2021: Smokeless tobacco users are encouraged to make the Great American Spit Out on February 25 their designated quit date. Setting a quit date greatly improves a tobacco user’s chance at success.
The Lantern Festival or the Spring Lantern Festival is a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the lunisolar Chinese calendar. Usually falling in February or early March on the Gregorian calendar, it marks the final day of the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations.
Māgha Pūjā is the second most important Buddhist festival, celebrated on the full moon day of the third lunar month in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Sri Lanka and on the full moon day of Tabaung in Myanmar.
Yukon Heritage Day brings the history and culture of the smallest of Canada’s three territories to the forefront of public attention. It is celebrated on the Friday before the last Sunday in February. The day is designed as such to coincide with The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous, a festival in Yukon’s capital, Whitehorse.
Cheongwoldaeboreum is a Korean folk festival which is celebrated at the same time as the Lantern Festival in China, and it marks the culmination of the celebrations for Lunar New Year.
Carpe Diem Day: Carpe diem, (Latin: “pluck the day” or “seize the day”) phrase was used by the Roman poet Horace to express the idea that one should enjoy life while one can. Mostly, the phrase is used to refer to a swift, conclusive victory.
For Pete’s Sake Day: For Pete’s Sake Day is celebrated on February 26 of every year. For Pete’s Sake Day is dedicated to a oath -“Pete’s Sake”. It celebrates the odd expression of amazement or frustration. People use it in place of “for Christ’s sake” or “for God’s sake.”.
International STAND UP to Bullying Day takes place on February 26, 2021. This day was first observed in February 2008. It takes place in schools, workplaces, and organizations in many countries across the globe on the last Friday of February.
Levi Strauss Day is celebrated on February 26 of every year. Mr Levi Strauss is the man who created the jeans we use today. Levi Strauss & Co. created the 1st blue jean in the year 1873.
National Customized Wheel and Tire Day: This day is celebrated on February 26, 2021.
National Pistachio Day: February 26th recognizes all things pistachio and National Pistachio Day is the day to celebrate! Pistachio lovers rejoice as they eat their favorite nut all day long.
National Skip the Straw Day is celebrated on the fourth Friday in February, and this year it falls on February 26.
Tell a Fairy Tale Day is an informal observance which is held on February 26. It provides a perfect opportunity to read fairy tales and enjoy your favorite childhood tales yourself. A fairy tale is a short story that features fantasy characters and magic.
Thermos Bottle Day is observed on Friday, February 26th, 2021. It has always been observed annually on February 26th. A thermos is a bottle with a double-walled container inside of it.
Special Operations Forces Day: February 27 has been made a memorial day in Russia from 2015, known as Special Operations Forces Day.
World IA Day: 27th February 2021. As information architects, we develop strategies to understand what we are trying to structure. By giving information structure, we learn to understand. We do this to encourage others to explore and understand. By being curious, we recognize our own and others’ discovery strategies.
Guru Ravidass Jayanti is the birthday of Guru Ravidas, celebrated on Magh Purnima, the full moon day in the month of Magh month. It is the annual focal point for the Ravidassia religion. People across countries celebrate this special occasion in India. The devotees take a holy dip in the river to perform rites. It will be celebrated on Saturday, February 27, to honour the birthday of Guru Ravidas. This year will mark his 644th birthday.
Anosmia Awareness Day is a day to spread awareness about Anosmia, the loss of the sense of smell, and it takes place each year on February 27.
International Polar Bear Day is an annual event celebrated every February 27 to raise awareness about the conservation status of the polar bear.
International Sword Swallowers Day – This year it is on February 27, 2021. It has been observed the last Saturday in February since 2008.
International Tongue Twister Contest Day is observed next on Saturday, February 27th, 2021. It has always been observed the last Saturday in February.
National Kahlúa Day on February 27th recognizes the rich, cream coffee liqueur that also serves up a great many delicious desserts! This alcoholic beverage adds to cocktails and adult flavored desserts equally well.
National Protein Day: Our bodies crave protein. It’s a macronutrient. National Protein Day, on February 27, focuses on the health benefits of one of the body’s most basic building blocks.
National Retro Day: On February 27, this day takes us back to a time before smartphones and the internet. This celebration indulges our love for the good old days while remaining in the present.
National Strawberry Day is celebrated February 27 of every year. Strawberries are cultivated worldwide and it is most appreciated for their characteristic aroma, juicy texture, bright red color, and sweetness.
No Brainer Day is February 27th. It’s a no brainer. By definition it means something that requires little thought.
Open That Bottle Night: The concept of Open That Bottle Night (OTBN) was initiated by two reporters at The Wall Street Journal. They were Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher who wanted to encourage their readers to open a significant bottle, then to share their stories. The underlying premise of Open That Bottle Night is that wine is more than liquid in a bottle. With the opening of these wines comes memories of life milestones, births, deaths and marriages, long lost loved ones and treasured holidays. These memories are too precious and significant not to celebrate and share.
National Pokemon Day: The reason for National Pokemon Day on February 27 is to celebrate the popular franchise’s birthday, which began on that date in 1996 with Pokemon Red and Green.
World NGO Day is an international calendar day observed on 27 February. Officially recognized and declared by the 12-member countries of the IX Baltic Sea NGO Forum of the Council of the Baltic Sea States in 2010 and first time marked by the UN, EU leaders and international organizations in 2014.
National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir C. V. Raman on 28 February 1928. For his discovery, Sir C.V. Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.
The Day of Andalucía (Día de Andalucía), also known as Andalucía Day: The Día de Andalucía is celebrated on February 28. It commemorates the February 28, 1980 referendum on the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia, in which the Andalusian electorate voted for the statute that made Andalusia an autonomous community of Spain.
Linus Pauling Day:After his death in 1994, the governor of the state of Oregon declared February 28th as “Linus Pauling Day” to honor this great man and his achievements.
Peace Memorial Day: February 28 is an official public holiday called Peace Memorial Day. On this day the president of Taiwan gathers with other officials to ring a commemorative bell in memory of the victims. Monuments and memorial parks to the victims of 2/28 have been erected in a number of Taiwanese cities.
Car Keys and Small Change Day: is observed on February 28. Today we celebrate pockets and all they have done to make our lives easier throughout the years. Some claim that this day takes place on February 28 because pockets were invented on that day in 1590, but we are unable to substantiate this claim.
National Floral Design Day which falls on February 28th recognizes the art and history of floral design. For thousands of years, floral design has been an important cultural art form. It may be in a bouquet, painting, in textiles, a garden or a floral arrangement.
Global Scouse Day is an annual celebration of the city of Liverpool which is held every year on 28 February. It is primarily based around scouse, the meat stew synonymous with the city. It sees bars, cafes and restaurants in Liverpool and around the world put scouse on the menu for the day.
Golden Globe Awards will be celebrated on February 28, 2021 live from Beverly Hills. The ceremony will take place on February 28, 2021, nearly two months later than normal, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema and on television.
International Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day is on Sunday, 28 February
2021. It was established by local injured worker activists on the initiative of Catherine Fenech, and is now commemorated internationally on February 29th in a leap year and February 28th in non-leap year.
National Chocolate Souffle Day: This day celebrates a delightfully delicious dessert on February 28th each year. The word souffle is the past participle of the French verb souffler, which means “to blow up” or “puff up” which describes a souffle perfectly.
National Public Sleeping Day: This day on February 28th encourages a mid-day nap right where you are. It is a day for anyone and everyone to take a nap on a blanket at the beach, at the park, in the movie theater, on a bus, train, or subway or any other public place.
National Tooth Fairy Day on February 28th encourages us to take a look back on the history of one of dental care’s little helpers. It’s one way our children develop good dental hygiene.
Rare Disease Day is an observance held on the last day of February to raise awareness about diseases that most people will not know of. It is also a day to improve access to treatment.