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Thu Dec 1st
Antarctica Day, December 1st, commemorates the Antarctic Treaty's centennial. It's also a day to learn more about this cold and barren continent.
Fri Dec 2nd
Every year, the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, draws attention to slavery that still exists in the world. This day, this day also focuses on the eradication of modern slavery.
Sat Dec 3rd
Starting with the roof over your head, National Roof Over Your Head Day was established as a day to be grateful for what you have. There are several things we take for granted and yet we do not stop to reflect how grateful we are for having them.
Sun Dec 4th
This rare wine is on display in Bordeaux on December 4th. This is a day to learn more about this style of wine, also known as Cab Franc Day.
Mon Dec 5th
The Bathtub Party Day encourages us all to avoid the traditional shower and linger in the tub instead.. On December 5th, add some suds to the tub and pamper yourself..
Tue Dec 6th
Mitten Tree Day on December 6th commemorates the gift of warmth.. A day to gather mittens, hang them on a Christmas tree, and then give them to those in need.
On December 6th, the National Gazpacho Day celebrates a delectable soup that cooks serve cold. Andalucia, Spain's southern Spanish region, is home to this traditional tomato-based vegetable soup. Gazpacho is often used in Spanish cuisine, especially during the summer months.
Wed Dec 7th
On December 7th, the International Civil Aviation Day, which takes place on December 7th, raises concerns about the importance of international civil aviation.. The annual celebration also acknowledges the vital part that civil aviation plays in the establishment of a fast transit network around the world.
The spun sugar treat that delights candy enthusiasts of all ages is commemorated on National Cotton Candy Day. On December 7th, get your new version of this sweet treat that dates back to the 1400s..
Thu Dec 8th
Every year on December 8th, Buddhists commemorated Siddhartha Gautama's discovery of enlightenment by meditation. Bodhi means awakening or enlightenment, according to the word Bodhi.
Fri Dec 9th
Each year around this time, families and families start sending their holiday cards. The holiday card day on December 9th is a reminder to get your stamps, envelopes, and cards together so you can share your holiday cheer.
International Anti-corruption Day, which takes place every year on December 9th, raises public concern about anti-corruption. It also encourages the public to participate in innovative strategies aimed at winning the war against corruption.
Sat Dec 10th
Dewey Decimal System Day, December 10th, commemorates a system of classification and the man who created it. Melvil Dewey (1851-1931), a writer from 1851, was born on December 10, 1851. Library classification was created by the librarian using the Dewey Decimal system.
Sun Dec 11th
Every year, on December 11th, International Mountain Day aims to raise concerns about the importance of mountains. The protection of mountains is a key element in sustainable growth.
Mon Dec 12th
On December 12th, Gingerbread House Day in the United States honors a family's holiday.
Every year, December 12th is International Universal Health Coverage Day, as a way to encourage countries to move toward universal Health Coverage (UHC). Access to affordable quality health care is also a human right, according to the day's effort to spread the word that access to affordable quality health care is a human right.
Tue Dec 13th
With National Cocoa Day, wehers in a holiday worthy of the winter holidays. What better way to warm up after a cold day outside than outside?
Wed Dec 14th
On December 14th, Bangladesh observes Martyr Intellectuals Day every year. This is a day of remembrance for a large number of intellectuals who were killed by Pakistani forces in 1971.
Thu Dec 15th
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Fri Dec 16th
Barbie and Barney Backlash Day on December 16th allows parents to escape all the repetitious sing-a-longs and storytelling.
Chocolate enthusiasts are celebrating National Chocolate Covered Anything Day. This December 16th is the chocolate day you've been waiting for. Dip and drizzle your favorite foods in every form of chocolate imaginable on this day.
Sat Dec 17th
For National Maple Syrup Day, get the flapjacks ready. Calls have been received for pancakes, french toast, or biscuits topped off with butter and delectable maple syrup since December 17th.
Sun Dec 18th
Answer the Telephone Like Buddy Buddy The Elf Day, December 18th, encourages everyone to include some elf behavior to their day.
Every year on December 18th, International Migrants Day emphasizes the protection of migrants' human rights. The day also honors the contributions and efforts of migrants around the world.
Mon Dec 19th
The sweet tooth in all of us is a favorite of young and old alike, on December 19th.
Tue Dec 20th
On December 20th, Tune-up your voice so you can join others on Go Caroling Day! Caroling is the act of performing Christmas songs from door to door as a form of celebration. carol is a joyful song or dance.
Wed Dec 21st
On December 21st, Crossword Puzzle Day celebrates the birth of a popular word game enjoyed by millions around the world.
Thu Dec 22nd
Anne Frank and Samantha Smith are honored bi-annually on the summer solstice and the winter solstice.
Each year, Forefathers' Day in Plymouth, Massachusetts, commemorates the Pilgrim Fathers' landing on December 21, 1620. The Old Colony Club of Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1769, the observance was held in 1769. On December 22nd (except on Sunday, then on Monday, then the following Monday), The town observes the holiday.
Fri Dec 23rd
National Pfeffernuse Day, a German spice cookie, is reserved for December 23rd. pfeffernüsse are fluffy cookies made with ground nuts and spices and coated in powdered sugar, making them extremely popular around the holidays.
Sat Dec 24th
Sun Dec 25th
The A'Phabet Day, or No L Day on December 25th, is a nodo to Christmas Day. A pun on the word No.l, which is especially noticeable during Christmas because it means to be born.
On December 25th, National Pumpkin Pie Day dishes up the slice many Americans are looking for around the dinner table. As they enjoy time with family or friends, they also take the time to celebrate the ever-humble and often favored pumpkin pie.
Mon Dec 26th
Boxing Day is held in every year on December 26th in the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and other Commonwealth countries. During Queen Victoria's reign in the 19th century, this annual tradition began in the United Kingdom.
Tue Dec 27th
Wed Dec 28th
Every year on December 28th, Holy Innocents Day is observed. As told in Matthew 2:16: The day commemorates the execution of the innocent, male children in Bethlehem.
Thu Dec 29th
A soup with deep roots and a mythology to go with it is commemorated on National Pepper Pot Day. Explore the flavors and history of the filling dish on December 29th..
Fri Dec 30th
On Bacon Day, bacon enthusiasts celebrate one of nature's most coveted gifts on Bacon Day, on December 30th each year. The day reminds us that bacon isn't just for breakfast and encourages us to try out various ways to enjoy this culinary wonder.
Sat Dec 31st
Leap Second Time Adjustment Day is listed as an observance only. Scientists do not make changes every year. Some years scientists do not make changes. If they do, it will be either June 30 or December 31.