December is Antarctica, Bifocals At The Monitor Liberation, Civil Air Patrol, National Eat A Red Apple, National Pie and more!

Antarctica Day

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

Bifocals At The Monitor Liberation Day

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

International Day For The Abolition Of Slavery

Every year on December 2nd, the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery draws attention to slavery, which still exists in the world. This day also focuses on the eradication of modern slavery.

National Fritters Day

No frittering is allowed on December 2nd, which is a holiday in the United States. Make haste and get them while they are hot!

National Roof Over Your Head Day

Starting with the roof over your head, National Roof Over Your Head Day was created as a day to be grateful for what you have. There are several things we take for granted and don't stop to reflect how grateful we are for having them.

Cabernet Franc Day

This exquisite wine is on display in Cabernet Franc Day on December 4th. This is also known as Cab Franc Day, so it is a day to learn more about this style of wine.

International Cheetah Day

Every year, International Cheetah Day, encourages people around the world to help this species win the fight against extinction.

Bathtub Party Day

The Bathtub Party Day encourages us all to avoid the traditional shower and linger in the tub instead. Add some suds to the tub and pamper yourself on December 5th.

International Ninja Day

The International Ninja Day acknowledges the ninja's fascination with the ninja's past and pop culture.

Mitten Tree Day

Mitten Tree Day, December 6th, commemorates the gift of warmth. It's a day to gather mittens, hang them on a Christmas tree, and then give them to those in need.

National Gazpacho Day

On December 6th, a flavorful soup that cooks serve cold is recognized on National Gazpacho Day. This traditionally tomato-based vegetable soup originated in Andalucia, Spain's southern Spanish region. Gazpacho is a staple in Spanish cuisine, especially during the summer months.

International Civil Aviation Day

The International Civil Aviation Day, December 7th, raises concerns about the importance of international civil aviation. The annual observance also acknowledges the vital part that civil aviation plays in the establishment of a fast transit network around the world.

National Cotton Candy Day

National Cotton Candy Day honors the spun sugar treat that delights candy enthusiasts of all ages. Get your favorite flavor of this sweet treat that dates back to the 1400s on December 7th.

Bodhi Day

Buddhists observe the day that Siddhartha Gautama achieved enlightenment by meditation on December 8th each year. Bodhi means awakening or enlightenment.

National Brownie Day

On National Brownie Day, brownie enthusiasts around the country enjoy one of their favorite baked goods each year on December 8th.

Christmas Card Day

Each year around this time, families and families begin sending their holiday cards. The Christmas Card Day on December 9th serves as a reminder to get your stamps, envelopes, and cards together so you can share your holiday cheer.

International Anti-corruption Day

Every year on December 9th, International Anti-Corruption Day raises public concern for anti-corruption. It also encourages the public to participate in innovative strategies aimed at resolving corruption battles.

Dewey Decimal System Day

Dewey Decimal System Day, December 10th, honors a system of classification and the man who created it. Melvil Dewey (1851-1931), a poet from 1851, was born on December 10, 1851. The librarian invented the Dewey Decimal system of library classification.

Human Rights Day

The United Nations Human Rights Day, which falls on December 10th, annually aims to celebrate the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

International Mountain Day

Every year on December 11th, International Mountain Day aims to raise concerns about the importance of mountains. The conservation of mountains is a key factor in sustainable growth.

National App Day

On December 11th, National App Day encourages us to explore all of the possibilities that apps have to offer us.

Gingerbread House Day

On December 12th, Gingerbread House Day honors a family's holiday in many parts of the country.

International Universal Health Coverage Day

Every year, December 12th marks International Universal Health Coverage Day as a way to encourage countries to move toward universal Health Coverage (UHC). The day also aims to spread the word that access to affordable quality health care is a human right.

National Cocoa Day

With National Cocoa Day, the 13th ushers in a holiday worthy of the winter holidays. What better way to warm up after a cold day outside?

National Violin Day

National Violin Day, December 13th, honoring an instrument also known as the fiddle, honoring the bow stringed instrument loved around the world.

Martyred Intellectuals Day

Every year, Bangladesh observes Martyr Intellectuals Day. This is a day of remembrance for the vast number of intellectuals who were killed by Pakistani forces in 1971.

Monkey Day

Every year on December 14th, National Monkey Day commemorates simians' unique characteristics. The day also focuses on other non-human primates such as apes, tarsiers, and lemurs.

Bill Of Rights Day

## (by presidential proclamation) The bill of rights day is the day of the rights day (by presidential proclamation).

Cat Herders Day

On December 15th, Catherders Day honors those whose life or work is like herding cats.

Barbie And Barney Backlash Day

Barbie and Barney Backlash Day, on December 16th, allows parents to escape all the repetitious sing-a-longs and storytelling.

National Chocolate-covered Anything Day

Chocolate lovers rejoice on National Chocolate Covered Anything Day. The chocolate day you've been waiting for is December 16th. In every form of chocolate imaginable, dip and drizzle your favorite foods on this day.

National Maple Syrup Day

Get the flapjacks ready for National Maple Syrup Day. Orders of pancakes, french toast, or biscuits topped off with butter and delectable maple syrup have been requested by customers on December 17th.

Wright Brothers Day

It's Wright Brothers Day on December 17th by Presidential Proclamation. Each year, a proclamation invites the people of the United States to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

Answer The Telephone Like Buddy The Elf Day

Answer the Telephone Like Buddy The Elf Day, December 18th, encourages everyone to include some elf behavior to their day.

International Migrants Day

Every year, International Migrants Day highlights the protection of migrants' human rights. The day also honors migrants' contributions and efforts around the world.

National Hard Candy Day

National Hard Candy Day, a favorite of young and old alike, recognizes the sweet tooth in all of us.

National Oatmeal Muffin Day

On National Oatmeal Muffin Day, enjoy a hearty breakfast or snack. On December 19th, it's an excellent way to commemorate.

Go Caroling Day

Tune-up your voice on December 20th 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. The word carol refers to a joyful song or dance.

Mudd Day

Dr. Samuel Muddd's birthday is annually observed on December 20th, a man whose name was mud after his dealings with one man.

Crossword Puzzle Day

On December 21st, Crossword Puzzle Day celebrates the birth of a popular word game enjoyed by millions around the world.

Humbug Day

On December 21st, the Ebenezers, the Scrooges, grinches, and curmudgeons who suck the joy out of the holiday season are recognized.

Anne & Samantha Day - Day Of Summer & Winter Solstice

Anne Frank and Samantha Smith are honored on Anne Frank and Samantha Smith's bi-annually on the summer solstice and the winter solstice.

Forefathers' Day

On December 21, 1620, the Pilgrim Fathers' landing in Plymouth, Massachusetts, is commemorated each year. In 1769, the Old Colony Club of Plymouth, Massachusetts, established the observance. The town observes the holiday on December 22nd (except on Sunday, then on the following Monday).

National Pfeffernusse Day

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 very popular around the holidays.

National Roots Day

On December 23rd, National Roots Day encourages families to explore their family roots, roots, and ancestry.

National Eggnog Day

On the day before Christmas, National Eggnog Day raises a holiday toast once a year. Eggnog is also known as egg milk punch, and it is a common drink in the United States during the holidays.

A'phabet Day Or No 'l' Day

On December 25th, A'Phabet Day, or No L Day, brings a pun to Christmas Day. The play on words is a play on the word No.l, which is especially noticeable during Christmas because it means to be born.

National Pumpkin Pie Day

National Pumpkin Pie Day dishes up the swath of slices many Americans are looking for around the dinner table on December 25th. They also take the time to celebrate the ever-humble and often favored pumpkin pie as they enjoy time with family or friends.

Boxing Day

Every year, Boxing Day is celebrated in the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and other Commonwealth countries. This annual tradition began in the United Kingdom in the 19th century under Queen Victoria.

National Candy Cane Day

Candy enthusiasts will be able to celebrate the red and white striped candies that are popular during the holidays on December 26th.

National Fruitcake Day

On December 27th, fruitcake enthusiasts young and old, throughout the United States, celebrate National Fruitcake Day each year.

Holy Innocents Day

On December 28th, the Innocents Day is annually observed on December 28th. As told in Matthew 2:16: The day commemorates the execution of the innocent, male children in Bethlehem.

National Card Playing Day

On December 28th, National Card Playing Day encourages us to take a hand and play a game or two.

National Pepper Pot Day

National Pepper Pot Day is a celebration that honors a soup with deep roots and a mythology to go with it. On December 29th, explore the flavors and history of the filling dish.

Tick Tock Day

Tick Tock Day, a holiday that is annually observed on December 29th, reminds us to finish any unfinished projects that may need to be addressed before the year's end.

Bacon Day

On Bacon Day, bacon enthusiasts celebrate one of nature's most popular gifts on Bacon Day, on December 30th each year. The day reminds us that bacon is not just for breakfast and encourages us to try out various ways to enjoy this culinary wonder.

Falling Needles Family Fest Day

On December 30th, the Falling Needles Family Fest Day serves as a reminder to clean up and recycle the live Christmas tree.

Leap Second Time Adjustment Day

Leap Second Time Adjustment Day is listed as a commemoration only. Scientists who have been around for many years do not make changes. But, if they do, it's either June 30 or December 31.

Make Up Your Mind Day

Make Up Your Mind Day, December 31st, encourages us to avoid wavering, to take a stand, and stick to it.