December 9th is Christmas Card, International Anti-corruption, Lutefisk, National Pastry, Weary Willie and more!
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.
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.
Residents in Norway, Finland, and Sweden are being encouraged to start preparing their lutefisk for Christmas on December 9th. Anna's Day is also known as Anna's Day.
National Pastry Day in the United States honors one of the world's most popular baked goods. On December 9th, visit your local bakery and pick up one or two of your favorite items.
On December 9th, Weary Willie Day honors the art of clowning and the effects it has on our lives. Emmett Kelly, who was born on this day in 1898, was named for the character made popular by this holiday.