National Holidays

What National Holiday Is It Today? Discovering the Craziest Holidays You Never Knew Existed!
The Importance of National Holidays: Celebrating Uniqueness and FunNational holidays play a pivotal role in the cultural and social fabric of societies worldwide. They serve as markers that bring people together, fostering a shared sense of identity and unity. Celebrating national holidays allows individuals to pause from their daily routines and engage in communal activities […]
What National Holiday Is It Today? Uncovering Crazy and Fun Holidays You Never Knew Existed!
Discovering Today's National HolidayNational holidays play a significant role in the cultural and social fabric of a nation. They are often established through legislative acts, presidential proclamations, or even grassroots movements that garner widespread support. These holidays can commemorate historical events, celebrate cultural traditions, or promote awareness for various causes. Each national holiday carries its […]
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Bloody Mary Day
January 1st marks a unique holiday for cocktail aficionados: Bloody Mary Day. This annual celebration honors the iconic cocktail known for its savory, tomato-based flavor and versatile ingredients. Whether you're sipping it as a morning pick-me-up or a brunch staple, Bloody Marys have earned their place in the pantheon of classic drinks. So, raise your glass and toast to the new year with a refreshing Bloody Mary on January 1st!
Z Day
People whose first or last name start with the letter Z must have it pretty rough—most processes, systems and organizations use alphabetical sorting as standard, meaning they are always last, not matter what the place or occasion. Could get a bit annoying after years and years, don’t you think?Z Day was created to give those whose names […]
First Foot Day
The custom of firstfooting, or being the first to cross the threshold of a home in the early hours of New Year's Day, was so popular in England and Scotland during the 19th century that the streets were often more crowded between midnight and one o'clock in the morning than they would normally be at […]
Polar Bear Swim Day
Strip down to your bathing suit, take a few steps over the snow and ice covering the ground, and hurl your body into ice-cold water. Sound like fun? Well, there are plenty of people who think it does, and these people get together to to this every year! Sometimes itâ??s for charity and sometimes itâ??s […]
Commitment Day
I do. I will. I promise. I vow. Such lovely words… These words have long invoked sweet feelings of assurance and hopefulness, and have been used in marriage vows and such for likely just as long. Commitment is beautiful thing, and Commitment Day is a day when you can show that special person in your […]
Run it Up the Flagpole and See if Anyone Salutes Day
Date When Celebrated: Always January 2nd ""Run it up the flagpole and see if anyone salutes"" is an expression. It means to float an idea to see what people think, or if they notice. The term is commonly used in advertising and print media. Run it Up the Flagpole to See if Anyone Salutes Day […]
Buffet Day
National Buffet Day is celebrated annually on January 2.  Buffets are a popular choice by many when choosing a destination for eating out.Buffets are a system of serving meals, where food is placed in a public area to be easily viewed and selected, by people generally serving themselves.  Buffets are effective for serving large groups […]
Happy Mew Year for Cats Day
Any cat owner will tell you that cats consider themselves to be far, far superior to us mere mortals. They most certainly feel entitled and deserving of all that life has to offer, so why not have a Happy Mew Year Day For Cats Day just for them?Like the hugely inferior human version of New […]
Cream Puff Day
Although many of us may be unaware, cream puffs actually have their own special celebratory day. Yes, you have heard this correctly. Each and every year, these delectable pastries that we all adore are honoured by those who hold such delights in high esteem. So, what exactly are cream puffs and how have they come […]
Science Fiction Day
National Science Fiction Day is unofficially celebrated by many science fiction fans in the United States on January 2, a date that was chosen[when?][by whom?] to correspond with the official birthdate of famed science fiction writer Isaac Asimov.[1]While not an official holiday of any sort (in the sense that it is not recognized or declared […]
Fruitcake Toss Day
Letâ??s be honest: nobody really likes fruitcake, and nobody ever really eats it, either. Heavy, flavorless and always too sweet, fruitcake is one of our centuryâ??s biggest holiday jokes. So when Christmas is over, and youâ??ve taken the tinsel down, and thrown out the tree, what should you do with that old fruitcake that youâ??ve been […]
Chocolate Covered Cherry Day
Just in case you haven’t indulged enough over the festive and new year periods, Chocolate Covered Cherry Day is an excuse to break open another box of cherry liqueurs and dig right in! The idea behind chocolate-covered cherries is incredible simple: chocolate is delicious. So are cherries. So one day someone said, “Why not combine the […]
Humiliation Day
When : Always January 3rd Humiliation Day is not a day to humiliate someone. Rather, it should be viewed as a time to recognize the negativity of humiliating someone, or a group of people. Perhaps too many people associate humbleness with humility. So, they think today is a day to be humble. Being humble is […]
Drinking Straw Day
Can you imagine drinking a milkshake without a straw? Or how anyone would manage a juice box? How many soft drinks would you have spilled on yourself in dark movie theaters if it werenâ??t for straws? I think we can all agree drinking straws have changed our lives for the better enough to deserve their […]
Festival of Sleep Day
When: Always on January 3rd No, you are not dreaming. But, perhaps you should be. Festival of Sleep Day is today. It is an opportunity to sleep in, snooze, doze, nap, and catch 40 winks. We feel this is the perfect date for Festival of Sleep Day. The holidays are over...Wow, weren't they exhausting! It's […]
Pop Music Chart Day
When was the last time you checked the pop charts? Pop Music Chart Day is a great excuse to see whoâ??s at number one, and to discover new artists and music.More Details...All details taken directly from provider content at
Trivia Day
Whether the roots of Trivia Day are deep....or whether this day was established by the Ecard dot coms is irrelevant. Trivia Day is a fun day. It is an opportunity for us to share those many little trinkets of knowledge. It doesn't matter how big or how trivial. Dazzle your friends and family with generous […]
Tennis Day
There’s no denying that tennis is one of the most popular sports in the world. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, there’s always something new to learn about this exciting game. On Tennis Day, take some time to hit the courts and improve your skills. If you’re a beginner, Tennis Day is […]
Spaghetti Day
One of the world’s favorite dishes, spaghetti is more than deserving of its own little holiday. And because it is both simple and delicious, spaghetti is the perfect dish to make to bring out your inner chef, even if you don’t have all that much cooking experience! The History of Spaghetti Day Many people don’t […]
Bird Day
The health of the global bird population is a reflection of and early warning system for our wider ecological health, and current research indicates that up to 12% of all species of birds may be at risk of becoming extinct in the next century. Bird Day aims to raise awareness of the plights faced by […]
Whipped Cream Day
There's no denying that whipped cream is delicious. It's the perfect topping for desserts and coffee, and it's also great on its own as a snack. That's why we should all celebrate Whipped Cream Day! Whipped cream is made by combining heavy cream with sugar and vanilla extract, then beating it until it forms stiff […]
Three Kings Day
Celebrating the day upon which the three kings arrived at Bethlehem, Three Kings Day is twelve days after Christmas day, and marks the end of the Christmas period.More Details...All details taken directly from provider content at
Bean Day
Every once in a while, you come across a special day that just doesn't seem to have any rhyme or reason. Bean Day appears to be one of those days. Bean Day is day of unknown origin, and unknown cause. But, this day gets plenty of recognition from Ecard companies and calendar oriented sites.   […]
Apple Tree Day
Apple Tree Day could also be called ‘Put a Doctor Out of Business Day’ because of the fruit’s health benefits. However, the origin of this day is quite different. Apple Tree Day started as a celebration of an old apple tree almost two centuries old, and has grown to become a celebration of the apple […]
Shortbread Day
On Shortbread Day, one needs to keep things short and sweet! Shortbread (not to be confused with shortcake) is an absolutely delicious kind of cookie (sweet biscuit). It is usually made with one part sugar, two parts butter, and three parts white flour. Slightly less traditional recipes can also see such ingredients as chocolate chips […]
Spouse’s Day
Do something special for your spouse today.
World Play Your Ukulele Day
Each year Play Your Ukulele Day gives you a chance to ‘change the world four strings at a time’ by playing your ukulele, sharing it, and teaching others to play. That is, presuming that you own one…More Details...All details taken directly from provider content at
Cuddle Up Day
Cuddle Up Day: It’s time to make yourself a hot chocolate with plenty of marshmallows, pull on your PJs and snuggle up with a teddy bear, a good book, or maybe even another human being if you’re especially lucky.We’ve all got our personal responsibilities, from careers and family to finances and charity work, so we’re […]