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Fun and enternaining holidays in January

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Euro Day

Every year on January 1st, Euro Day commemorates the issuance of the European Union's monetary unit. The euro is the currency unit that is used to describe this monetary unit.

International Domain Day

International Public Domain Day, January 1st, commemorates authors who died many years ago and their remaining works in the public domain. Also, on this day, people observe the demise of copyrights and celebrate new works that have entered the public domain.


Fun and enternaining holidays in February

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National Baked Alaska Day

On February 1st in a commemoration called National Baked Alaska Day, ice cream and cake came together.

National Dark Chocolate Day

National Dark Chocolate Day, on February 1st, reminds us to indulge a little. Many people favor dark chocolate over the healthier chocolate. For others, it may be an acquired taste.


Fun and enternaining holidays in March

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National Dadgum That's Good Day

On March 1st, National Dadgum That's Good Day ushers in a season of delectable seasonings, baking, and generally good times spent with family. The phrase Dadgum, That's Good is much more than just a Southern word and the name of John McLemore's best-selling cookbook collection. With his world-class Masterbuilt cooking products, a life's work in creating delectable food comes to an end.

National Fruit Compote Day

Each year on March 1st, National Fruit Compote Day, a celebration of sweet berries, citrus, and stone fruit delights the senses..


Fun and enternaining holidays in April

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April Fools' Day

Practical jokes and tricks have long been celebrated on the unaware on April Fools' Day. It's a period where children tell their parents that they have broken a bone. Parents are also involved in the planning.. Inconvenient locations, caramel coated onions or fake doggy doo-doo. Businesses produce innovative or rare items for the fun of the day, and newspapers publish amazing headlines that keep readers off guard.

National One Cent Day

What do Benjamin Franklin, mind your company, April 1st, and National One Cent Day have in common? The answer is a penny, which we recognize on National One Cent Day. The penny is the penny.


Fun and enternaining holidays in May

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Global Love Day

Love, according to them, is the universal power that binds us all. With such a positive result, it's only right to dedicate an entire day to all the love brings. Global Love Day is just that day.

International Workers' Day

Every year on May 1st, International Workers' Day aims to honor workers and the working classes in many countries around the world. Labour Day or May Day is also known as this day.


Fun and enternaining holidays in June

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National Go Barefoot Day

On June 1st, you will have the opportunity to kick off your shoes and run barefoot through the cool grass on National Go Barefoot Day. More importantly, it is a day to help a charity that helps millions of homeless children around the world get shoes.

National Hazelnut Cake Day

As part of National Hazelnut Cake Day, spend some time in the kitchen baking up a delectable hazelnut cake.


Fun and enternaining holidays in July

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Canada Day

Canadian's everywhere celebrate Canada Day on July 1st. The day commemorates the day three provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Canada Province) became one country under the Constitution Act on July 1, 1867. On February 15th, Canadians honor their flag.

International Joke Day

On July 1st, the International Joke Day falls at the halfway point in the year.. The day promotes laughter. What better way to begin the second half of the year than by chuckling and with a smile?


Fun and enternaining holidays in August

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International Childfree Day

Every year on August 1, the International Childfree Day takes place. On this day, show your love and respect those who choose to live a child-free life.

International Mahjong Day

International Mahjong Day is a game that gets the holiday off to a good start on August 1st. Play your tiles well, and with a win, you may well mark the day's victory...


Fun and enternaining holidays in September

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National Acne Positivity Day

National Acne Positivity Day, which takes place on September 1st, spreads a message of acceptance and self-love while still displaying our best face forward.

National Burnt Ends Day

Is your appetite for some flavor and sauce? Then National Burnt Ends Day is September 1st, and it is the BBQ festival!


Fun and enternaining holidays in October

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International Coffee Day

International Coffee Day is held every year on October 1st, one of the world's favorite beverages. It's also a day to promote fair trade coffee and raise concerns about the coffee growers' plight.

International Raccoon Appreciation Day

International Raccoon Appreciation Day, every year on October 1st, encourages people to learn more about raccoons and show appreciation for them. The day also encourages people to protect the raccoon's natural habitat.


Fun and enternaining holidays in November

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All Saints Day

All Saints Day is celebrated every year on November 1st to honor all the Roman Catholic Church's well-known and unknown saints. All Hallows' Day and the Feast of All Saints are also commemorated on the day.

Autistics Speaking Day

We all see the world in our own unique ways. Nevertheless, people with autism live in a different way from the majority of us. They live in often new ways. Perhaps one of the most important ways we all connect to and understand the world is through communication. On November 1, Autistic People on November 1st encourages autistic people to share their stories in whatever way suits them. Anyone else is encouraged to listen, read, and comprehend their stories from their point of view.


Fun and enternaining holidays in December

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Antarctica Day

Antarctica Day, December 1st, commemorates the Antarctic Treaty's centennial. It's also a day to learn more about this cold and barren continent.

Bifocals At The Monitor Liberation Day

On December 1st, Bifocals at the Monitor Liberation Day encourages you to refrain from blurry images each year.