December 31, 2016 – NATIONAL CHAMPAGNE DAY – MAKE UP YOUR MIND DAY – UNIVERSAL HOUR OF PEACE – NEW YEAR’S EVE

DECEMBER 31 – NATIONAL CHAMPAGNE DAY – MAKE UP YOUR MIND DAY – UNIVERSAL HOUR OF PEACE– NEW YEAR’S EVE NATIONAL CHAMPAGNE DAY National Champagne Day is observed annually on December 31st. While genuine champagne only comes from France’s Champagne region, there is plenty of bubbly available from Italy, California and even the South of France.  Ringing […] Read More …

December 30, 2016 – BACON DAY – NO INTERRUPTIONS DAY – FALLING NEEDLES FAMILY FEST DAY – NATIONAL BICARBONATE OF SODA DAY

DECEMBER 30 – BACON DAY – NO INTERRUPTIONS DAY – FALLING NEEDLES FAMILY FEST DAY – NATIONAL BICARBONATE OF SODA DAY BACON DAY Bacon Day is observed annually on December 30th. Everything is better with bacon. Someone said that once. Within our research, we have found very little to dispute this assertion. In the United States and […] Read More …

December 29, 2016 – NATIONAL PEPPER POT DAY – TICK TOCK DAY

DECEMBER 29 – NATIONAL PEPPER POT DAY – TICK TOCK DAY NATIONAL PEPPER POT DAY Having been nicknamed as “the soup that won the war,” Pepper Pot has its very own day.  National Pepper Pot Day is observed annually on December 29th. The winter of 1777 – 1778 was brutal.  The Continental Army was fighting for […] Read More …

Start 2017 with the National Day WALL Calendar!

Celebrate Every Day in 2017! The 2017 National Day WALL Calendar is in stock and shipping.  Be ready to Celebrate Every Day™ with this must-have calendar. The Calendar is 12″ x 24″ and features amazing photos submitted from people all over the USA.  The calendar also includes places for notes and family celebrations.  Click here for […] Read More …

December 28, 2016 – NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CANDY DAY – NATIONAL CARD PLAYING DAY – HOLY INNOCENTS DAY – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE DAY

DECEMBER 28 – NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CANDY DAY – NATIONAL CARD PLAYING DAY – HOLY INNOCENTS DAY – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE DAY NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CANDY DAY There may have been a few pieces of chocolate candy tucked into your stocking.  Or perhaps you received a box of your favorite chocolates as a gift.  December 28 is the […] Read More …

December 27, 2016 – NATIONAL FRUITCAKE DAY

DECEMBER 27 – NATIONAL FRUITCAKE DAY NATIONAL FRUITCAKE DAY Across the United States, fruitcake lovers young and old, observe National Fruitcake Day each year on December 27. Made with chopped candied or dried fruit, nuts and spices and sometimes soaked in “spirits,” fruitcake has been a holiday gift-giving tradition for many years. Rome is believed to […] Read More …

December 26, 2016 – NATIONAL WHINERS DAY – NATIONAL CANDY CANE DAY – NATIONAL THANK YOU NOTE DAY – BOXING DAY

DECEMBER 26 – NATIONAL WHINERS DAY – NATIONAL CANDY CANE DAY – NATIONAL THANK YOU NOTE DAY – BOXING DAY NATIONAL WHINERS DAY If you want to, you are allowed to whine about being too tired, overeating, having to go back to work, having so much to clean up or the long lines in the return […] Read More …

December 25, 2016 – NATIONAL PUMPKIN PIE DAY – CHRISTMAS – A’PHABET DAY OR NO “L” DAY

DECEMBER 25 – NATIONAL PUMPKIN PIE DAY – CHRISTMAS – A’PHABET DAY OR NO “L” DAY NATIONAL PUMPKIN PIE DAY On December 25, while many Americans are enjoying time with family or friends, take the opportunity to honor the ever-humble and often favored pumpkin pie.  It’s National Pumpkin Pie Day!   Often eaten during the fall and […] Read More …

December 24, 2016 – NATIONAL EGGNOG DAY – CHRISTMAS EVE – CHANUKAH BEGINS

DECEMBER 24 – NATIONAL EGGNOG DAY – CHRISTMAS EVE – CHANUKAH BEGINS NATIONAL EGGNOG DAY  National Eggnog Day is observed once a year on the day before Christmas.  Also known as egg milk punch, eggnog is a very popular drink throughout the United States during the holidays. Eggnog is a sweetened dairy-based beverage that is traditionally made […] Read More …

DECEMBER 23, 2016 – FESTIVUS – NATIONAL PFEFFERNUSSE DAY – NATIONAL ROOTS DAY

DECEMBER 23 – FESTIVUS – NATIONAL PFEFFERNUSSE DAY – NATIONAL ROOTS DAY FESTIVUS Festivus is held on December 23 each year. In a 1997 episode of the popular television comedy, Seinfeld, Festivus was brought to the masses when Frank Costanza (played by Jerry Stiller) explains he invented Festivus in response to the commercialism of Christmas. […] Read More …