What are next month's celebrations

April Fools' Day

Practical jokes and tricks are played on the unaware on April Fools' Day, which has long been a day when practical jokes and tricks are played on the unaware. It's a time when children tell their parents that a bone has broken. Parents are also involved in the planning. Inconvenient locations, caramel covered onions or fake doggy doo-doo are among the Classic April Fools' parodys. Businesses introduce innovative or extraordinary products for the enjoyment of the day, and newspapers publish enthralling headlines that keep readers off guard.

National One Cent Day

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

National Sourdough Bread Day

On April 1st, one of the world's oldest leavened breads is recognized on the world's oldest leavened breads.

International Children's Book Day

On or about April 2, the birthday of Danish author Hans Christian Anderson's book Day, is on or about. The day's aim is to instill in children and children a love of reading. The day also highlights children's books, such as those written by Hans Christian Anderson.

National Ferret Day

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National Peanut Butter And Jelly Day

National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, a year-long holiday, honors a classic food favorite. By the time they graduate from high school, the average American will have eaten over 2000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

National Reconciliation Day

On April 2nd each year, National Reconciliation Day encourages us to restore relationships we have damaged by words or actions. Although many different Days of Reconciliation are held around the world, this particular observance takes place on April 2nd.

World Autism Awareness Day

On April 2nd each year, World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), a worldwide health crisis, sheds a light on a growing global health crisis.

National Chocolate Mousse Day

Every April 3rd National Chocolate Mousse Day in France honors the decadent dessert that gained a following in France in the 1800s.

National Film Score Day

National Film Score Day honors the musical masterpieces called Film Scores and, more specifically, the very talented composers who produce them on April 3rd.

National Find A Rainbow Day

National Find a Rainbow Day is an annual event that takes place in the United States. On April 3rd, we are encouraged to look up the sky and find a vibrant ray of hope cast across it.

National Tweed Day

National Tweed Day, which takes place on April 3rd each year, focuses on all things tweed. This day has a few different ways to commemorate the day, so you can choose which one you believe is the source of National Tweed Day.

World Party Day

On April 3rd, World Party Day, a worldwide celebration of human life, sparks a worldwide network of joyful human celebrations.

Jeep 4x4 Day

We're invited into adventure on 4/4, Jeep 44 Day, which we'll remember forever. When venturing out in the open air, celebrate the excitement of discovery.

National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day

National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day is held each year on April 4th, a blue ribbon dish that incorporates chicken, ham, and cheese.

National Hug A Newsperson Day

On April 4th, National Hug a Newsman Day (formerly National Hug a Newsman Day) honors those who are reporting the news.

National School Librarian Day

National School Librarian Day honors those who keep the school library in working order on April 4th each year. School librarians work long hours keeping the library organized. They are also committed to assisting our children in finding the information they need to keep learning. School librarians are the ones who create an environment where students can learn every day of the year. Their work is an impressive achievement.

National Vitamin C Day

Vitamin C supplements and improves our health, inside and out, on April 4th each year.

National Walk Around Things Day

National Walk Around Things Day, which takes place on April 4th each year, is a holiday open to interpretation. Very little information is available about this holiday, so we'll do our best to lead you through it.

World Rat Day

Every year on April 4th, World Rat Day honors this vivacious rodent. It's also a day to promote the idea of having rats as pets.

First Contact Day

On April 5th, the First Contact Day in the United States honors a fictional date in the future when an alien species visits Earth and makes contact with Earthlings for the first time.

Gold Star Spouses Day

On April 5th, Gold Star Spouses Day honors the lives of military service members who died while serving their country.

National Caramel Day

On National Caramel Day each year, Caramel enthusiasts celebrate their favorite treat. This versatile confection, which was launched on April 5th, adds a rich, creamy flavor to desserts, pastries, and candies.

National Deep Dish Pizza Day

National Deep Dish Pizza Day, on April 5th, gives pizza enthusiasts a day to commemorate one of America's favorite varieties of pizza.

National Flash Drive Day

On April 5, the date inventors filed their patent for the first USB Flash Disk was commemorated. Their invention changed the way we shop and manage digital information.

National Go For Broke Day

On April 5th, National Go For Broke Day encourages us to give it our best. Despite all the odds, there's a reason to persist despite all the odds. No matter what our aim, there's a reason to persist.

National Raisin And Spice Bar Day

National Raisin and Spice Bar Day, an annual event that is celebrated annually on April 5th, celebrates a baked dish that is simple to make.

National Read A Road Map Day

On April 5th, National Read a Road Map Day, an annual event, encourages us to put our skills to the test.

Bohring-opitz Syndrome (bos) Awareness Day

Every year, Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS) Awareness Day takes place on April 6th. The day's aim is to educate both the public and the medical community about the condition, as well as families with someone with BOS.

National Caramel Popcorn Day

National Caramel Popcorn Day, which falls on April 6th, brings back memories of fairs, sporting performances, and fun snacking.

National Carbonara Day

On April 6th, enjoy the flavors of Italy and honor National Carbonara Day! This delectable pasta dish is made with a creamy sauce with traces of pancetta.

National Sorry Charlie Day


National Student-athlete Day

On April 6th, National STUDENT-Athlete Day (NSAD), an annual event that takes place annually, gives the opportunity to recognize student-athletes' outstanding performances.

National Tartan Day

On April 6th, the Scottish heritage carries on throughout the United States, and the estimated 20-25 million Americans claim Scottish descent. The commemoration takes place during Scottish American Heritage Month.

National Teflon Day

Each year, Dr. Roy Plunkett's accidental invention of Teflon on April 6, 1938, is commemorated on National Teflon Day.

International Beaver Day


National Beer Day

On April 7th annually, the world's most commonly consumed alcoholic beverage honors the world's most popular alcoholic beverage. It is the third most popular drink overall, after water and tea.

National Coffee Cake Day

Another reason to linger over a cup of joe is on April 7th, National Coffee Cake Day. We can also break out some of our favorite recipes and deliver a heartwarming, home-baked dish to a friend or two. Coffee cakes are extremely easy to make and bring a lot of joy to both the baker and receiver, as many bakers know.

National Girl Me Too Day

National Girl, Me Too Day, April 7th, honors the strength and tenacity of women of all ages and provides a way to show love for each other.

National No Housework Day

We should put down the washing machine and put away the laundry on National No Housework Day, according to National No Housework Day. The housework can wait for one day a year, on April 7th.

World Health Day

World Health Day is the worldwide recognition of health as a human right. We all play a part in our personal health and the well-being of those around us, from healthcare professionals to policymakers, families with young children or elderly, and grandparents with young children or seniors.

International Pageant Day

International Pageant Day, April 8th, honors the women around the world who compete in pageants every year. This is also a day to remind girls and young women to think about the benefits that pageants must have.

International Romani Day


National All Is Ours Day

National All Is Ours Day, which occurs each year, takes us on three points of appreciation. Celebrate each of the day's approaches or choose the one that suits you.

National Empanada Day

National Empanada Day is a celebration that occurs in a variety of ways each year on April 8th. The word empanada comes from the Galician, Portuguese, and Spanish word em pandar, which means to wrap or coat in bread.

National Zoo Lovers Day

National Zoo Lovers Day, each year on April 8th, encourages us to visit our local zoos. Thousands of people visit zoos each year to learn about the many animals that live there. Many of them also known as zoological parks, and many of them also function as breeding centers. These facilities are used to determine whether species are endangered or at risk of being endangered. They also provide information to the public about a large variety of animals and their habitats.

International Asmr Day

Every year on April 9th, International ASMR Day raises the alarm of a perceptive phenomenon called Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. It's also a day to concentrate on the various sounds and photographs that cause this tingling sensation in humans.

National Cherish An Antique Day

Each year, National Cherish an Antique Day encourages us to investigate the deeper meaning behind treasures and family heirlooms. The day, which is observed annually on April 9th, reminds us that there is more to antiques than just a dollar sign.

National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

On National Chinese Almond Cookie Day, the 9th anniversary of a delectable treat is commemorated. Adorned with an almond, their delectable almond flavor, and a slightly crunchy texture are sure to make you smile.

National Former Prisoner Of War Recognition Day

On April 9th, the brave men and women who have endured brutal treatment at the hands of their captors are recognized on National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day. They've also suffered separation from family and displayed incredible patience and faith during their captivity, as a result.

National Name Yourself Day

On April 9th each year, National Name Yourself Day (Nation Yourself Day) encourages one day a year to rename our names.

National Unicorn Day

Each year, the mythical horse-like creature is commemorated with a single, pointed horn protruding from the center of its forehead.

National Winston Churchill Day

On April 9th, National Winston Churchill Day is commemorated the day he was made an honorary citizen of the United States.

International Safety Pin Day


National Cinnamon Crescent Day

On National Cinnamon Crescent Day, it's time to fill the house with warmth. On April 10th, this pastry holiday is back each year, and it raises the best of anticipation.

National Encourage A Young Writer Day


National Farm Animals Day

National Farm Animals Day, the tenth anniversary of Farm Animals Day, draws attention on farm animal care. The day also aims to find homes for abandoned and abused farm animals.

National Siblings Day

Each year, National Siblings Day (also known as Sibling Day) is held on April 10th to honor our brothers and sisters.

World Homeopathy Day

Every year on April 10th, World Homeopathy Day honors Dr. Christian Friedrich Hahnemann, the father of homeopathy. The day also challenges the ability and tactics that will help develop homeopathy.

International Louie Day


National Barbershop Quartet Day

Toes re-harmonise on April 11th as a result of National Barbershop Quartet Day. Barbershop quartets have a way of making the heart flutter. They take us back to a simpler time or at least make it standstill, or at least make it standstill.

National Cheese Fondue Day

National Cheese Fondue Day, which is celebrated annually on April 11th, recognizes a food holiday that many people enjoy. Fondue is a dish of melted cheese or other ingredients served in a communal pot (caquelon) over a small portable stove (réchaud). Participants then dip the bread into the cheese with long-stemmed forks. A combination of cheeses, wine, and seasoning make up the Cheese fondue.

National Eight Track Tape Day

On April 11th, National Eight Track Tape Day honors an era that has come and gone in a matter of fewer than 20 years. Nonetheless, on eight-track tapes, it is a day to recall listening to great music from the sixties and seventies.

National Pet Day

On April 11th, National Pet Day honors those pets that may not always have the companionship and love that dogs sorely deserve. Although we love our dogs every day, the observance encourages us to help orphanage orphaned pet companions. It will improve their health and increase their chances of adoption.

National Submarine Day

On April 11th, the United States Navy's acquisition of its first modern commissioned submarine honors the day the United States Navy's acquisition of its first modern commissioned submarine. The Holland VI, the Navy's first modern submarine, on April 11, 1900, became the Navy's first modern submarine on April 11, 1900.

National Teach Children To Save Day - Changes Annually

Every year in April, National Teach Children to Save Day encourages children to learn good saving habits.

World Parkinson's Day

Every year, World Parkinson's Day, raises concerns about this common nervous system disorder. It's also a day to help the general public understand the truth of this disease for those who have it.

National Big Wind Day

On April 12th, National Big Wind Day in the United States observes the detection of the world's highest natural wind gust measured on the Earth's surface, which is observed each year in the United States. The Mount Washington Observatory in 1934 recorded winds at 231 miles per hour on the afternoon of April 12, 1934.

National For Twelves Day

On National for Twelves Day (4/12), the nation will commemorate a magnificent number that holds sway in many ways.

National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day

Each year, National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day, which takes place on April 12th, honors one of the country's best comfort foods. Why wouldn't it be when we're talking about bread grilled to perfection and warm, gooey, melted cheese?

National Licorice Day

On April 12th, each year commemorates licorice in all its variations. It also acknowledges its past, health benefits, and international recognition. You won't be restricted when it comes to licorice, either. There are a variety of licorice candies, licorice ropes, jelly beans, jewelry, and many others to try.

National Only Child Day

The individual child, the siblingless, the one and onlies, are among National Only Child Day's highlights on April 12th. You know who you are. These days, there are more of you than in decades past.

International Fnd Awareness Day


National Borinqueneers Day

National Borinqueneers Day, April 13th, honors the sacrifices of the Volunteer Infantry's Puerto Rican Regiment. The regiment is now designated as the United States Army's 65th Infantry Regiment.

National Make Lunch Count Day

We have a chance to stop a trend that has been sweeping the country by joining National Make Lunch Count Day on April 13th.

National Peach Cobbler Day


National Scrabble Day

Every year on National Scrabble Day, April 13th, a game played around the world is recognized. Alfred Mosher Butts, who was originally named Lexiko and then Criss-Cross Words, eventually settled on the term Scrabble. In the midst of the gyrations, an amateur artist and unemployed architect invented the word game. Butts didn't begin to produce the game until 1948, a final name change and a trademark.

National Thomas Jefferson Day

Every year on April 13th, Thomas Jefferson, the third President of The United States, was born on April 13, 1743, and on April 13, 1743.

World Awareness Sarcoidosis Day

Every year on April 13th, World Sarcoidosis Awareness Day draws attention to this inflammatory disease. Many people with this illness are also encouraged to support one another and educate others about living with sarcoidosis.

International Laverbread Day

Discover a healthy ingredient that comes from the sea on April 14th. This dish is commemorated on International Laverbread Day, which is based on seaweed's long history.

International Moment Of Laughter Day


Look Up At The Sky Day

Look Up at the Sky Day, on April 14, Look Up at the Sky Day encourages us to appreciate the beauty above us. On this day, we all want for safe weather and a chance to delight our eyes with the sky from horizon to horizon.

National Dolphin Day

National Dolphin Day is held each year on April 14th in honor of the aquatic's social and intelligent mammals.

National Ex-spouse Day

Very few marriages end amicably. Many who have ended a marriage are encouraged to forgive their former spouse and move beyond any anger or sadness that may remain. National Ex-Spouse Day is held each year on April 14th. And those that aren't aren't free from anxiety or regrets aren't immune from angst or regrets.

National Gardening Day

On April 14th, gardeners and would-be gardeners will be able to dig a shovel, plant some seeds, and start a beautiful year of homegrown bounty.

National Pan American Day

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National Pecan Day

National Pecan Day, which takes place on April 14th, is a nut native to the United States that is a year round. It's also a popular snack and ingredient around the country.

National Reach As High As You Can Day

On April 14th, National Reach as High as You Can Day encourages us to assess our objectives and do our best to achieve them.

World Chagas Disease Day

Every year on April 14th, World Chagas Disease Day raises concerns about Chagas disease. It's also a day that emphasizes the importance of prevention and finding ways to eliminate the disease.

National Banana Day

Take a bite of the fruit on the third Wednesday in April, which also makes a good prop for gags on National Banana Day.

National Glazed Spiral Ham Day

National Glazed Spiral Ham Day, which takes place on April 15th each year, celebrates an innovative and delectable dish. This gourmet-looking dish often served at a holiday dinner originated in Harry J. Hoenselaar's basement.

National Laundry Day

Benjamin Franklin may have skipped one thing in life: laundry. On April 15th, we will be able to assess our laundry habits and teach our children how to make healthy ones.

National Rubber Eraser Day

It's okay to make a mistake. National Rubber Eraser Day, April 15th, commemorates the date the invention first made written errors since 1770.

National Take A Wild Guess Day

Is it a calculated risk to commemorate National Take A Wild Guess Day each year on April 15th? It could depend on how you view the day. Will you guess how many jelly beans are in a jar? Will you be estimating your taxes? It could be stuffed with hunches and guesses depending on how you spend the day.

National Tax Day

The 2022 Federal Tax deadline is Monday, April 18th.

National Titanic Remembrance Day

National Titanic Remembrance Day, on April 15th, commemorates the lives of those who were lost when the Titanic sank into the North Atlantic's icy waters in 1912. We commemorate the more than 1,500 people who died on that day.

Purple Up! Day

During the Month of the Military Child, the Purple Upswing has occurred. On April 15th, the military's most unsung heroes – their children – are recognized on their children. Everyone should wear purple on the day to represent all branches of the military and showing unity with each other.

World Art Day

Every year, World Art Day in April 15th honors the fine arts and raises the international recognition of creativity.

National Bean Counter Day

Every accountant's favorite day of the year is April 16th, every accountant's favorite day of the year. These diligent number crunchers are well past due for a day off after the flutter and the flurry of preparing taxes right up to the stroke of midnight.

National Eggs Benedict Day

National Eggs Benedict Day is the celebration of a long-favoured breakfast or brunch dish on April 16th. Benedict consists of poached eggs with Hollandaise sauce and Canadian bacon or ham on English muffin halves.

National Healthcare Decisions Day

National Healthcare Decisions Day educates and encourages the public and healthcare professionals to participate in critical advance care planning.

National Orchid Day

Each year on April 16th, National Orchid Day honors one of the world's most diverse and widespread flowering plant families. The orchids' often vibrant and fragrant blooms are blooming in abundance around the world. They are one of the two most popular flowering plants in the United States, with between 21,950 and 26,049 species currently accepted. Not only are they prolific, but they also differ in size from the 2.1 mm wide Platystele jungermannioides to broad-bloomed Grammatophyllum speciosum.

National Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day

Each year, National Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day, gives us a reprieve after meeting a late-night deadline, stumbling receipts, and adding columns to file our taxes.

World Circus Day

Every year on the third Saturday in April, World Circus Day raises funds for the circus arts. Both amateur and professional circus performers receive a lot of attention on the day.

International Bat Appreciation Day

Every year on April 17th, International Bat Appreciation Day reminds us of the important roles bats play in our daily lives. Bats are also the best time of the year to see bats as they are now emerging from hibernation. The observance of Bats is a good opportunity to learn about the role bats play in nature. Since bats are classified as insectivorous animals, they have rid our world of several invasive insects. A bat can eat up to 1,000 mosquitoes in one hour.

National Cheeseball Day

National Cheeseball Day is celebrated on April 17th, and the country recognizes a party dish that can often be the focal point of a spread. You can also choose from two ways to celebrate. Or plan your party and dine both!

National Crawfish Day

On April 17th, South's most popular foods, National Crawfish Day, commemorates one of the South's most popular foods. Each year, the mudbug brings out not only a desire for newspaper-covered picnic tables but also a language all its own.

National Ellis Island Family History Day

National Ellis Island Family History Day, held on April 17th, encourages families to explore their ancestry and find relatives who immigrated through Ellis Island each year.

National Haiku Poetry Day

On April 17, National Haiku Poetry Day, an annual event that is celebrated annually, encourages people to try their hand at creativity. Haiku poetry is a form of Japanese poetry that is non-rhyming and usually consist of three lines with a syllable pattern of 5-7-5. Usually, haiku poems are inspired by an element of nature, a season, a moment of beauty, or an individual's experience. Sensory words are used to capture a feeling, image, or moment.

International Amateur Radio Day


National Animal Crackers Day

On April 18th, each year honors a childhood favorite. These sweet animal-shaped crackers not only provided a delectable snack, but they also provided a little entertainment!

National Columnists' Day

Both newspaper columnists and their contributions to the truth in black and white were honored on National Columnists' Day on April 18th.

National Lineman Appreciation Day

On April 18th, National Lineman Appreciation Day honors the men and women who work around the clock to keep the power running. If the power is on where you are reading this article, you almost have a lineman to thank.

National Amaretto Day

National Amaretto Day, April 19th, honors a liqueur known around the world for its flavor and aroma on April 19th.

National Garlic Day

National Garlic Day is held on April 19th, a vegetable also known as the stinking rose. For thousands of years, the fragrant and robust root has been seasoning dishes.

National Hanging Out Day

Project Laundry List collaborates with hundreds of other groups to promote National Hanging Out Day each year on April 19th. This day is a day for learning about the benefits, both financially and environmentally, of using a clothesline for drying laundry. According to Project Laundry Lists' website, clothes dryers account for an astounding six to ten percent of residential energy use. All these other benefits are included in hanging your clothes out to dry.

National Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day

On April 19th, the National Oklahoma City Bombing Commemoration Day honors those who were killed in the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19, 1995. The Oklahoma City bombing was a domestic terrorist bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. It was the most deadly act of terrorism on American soil until the September 11, 2001, attacks. (https://www.history.com/oklahoma-city-bombing) The explosion in Oklahoma City killed the lives of 168 people, including 19 children under the age of 6, as well as more than 680 people. (https://www.history.com/topics/oklahoma-city-bombing)

Chinese Language Day

The human race made strides in culture and civilization through the use of words. Investigate the growth the written and spoken word have made during the observance of Chinese Language Day on April 20th.

National Lima Bean Respect Day


National Look Alike Day

Many people who appear to be another person are honored on National Look Alike Day, April 20th. On April 20th, the 20th National Look Alike Day is held each year to honor those who may well be like another person. People who seem to be identical to the two sentences preceding this one are also unique in their own way.

National Pineapple Upside-down Cake Day

On April 20th, National Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Day is commemorated with a sweet cake made with pineapples and cherries. Since the early 1900s, when many cakes were made in cast iron skillets, Americans have been enjoying this springtime cake.

Volunteer Recognition Day


British National Tea Day


National Chocolate-covered Cashews Day


National Kindergarten Day

National Kindergarten Day is held each year on April 21st. The man who started the first kindergarten is remembered each year on April 21st. Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel (April 21, 1782 – June 21, 1882) is credited with founding the very first Kindergarten in Germany in 1837. Johann Pestalozzi, a German teacher and a pupil, was Frobel, a German teacher and a student. Frobel established a foundation for modern education, acknowledging that children learn through play and experience.

National Rendering Day

On April 21, we are commemorating by raising the barest of unnecessary garbage reduction by a process known as rendering.

National Yellow Bat Day

National Yellow Bat Day is April 21st, and the National Yellow Bat Day is commemorated. The Army's 265th Army Security Agency Company (Airborne) with the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, was activated on this day in 1967.

World Creativity And Innovation Day

Every year, World Creativity and Innovation Day, raises concerns about the role of creativity and innovation in all aspects of human growth. It's also a day to encourage people around the world to engage in creative thinking.

International Mother Earth Day


National Earth Day

Around the world, National Earth Day campaigns around the world each year on April 22nd, each year, campaigns around the world to keep the Earth healthy and our planet livable.

National Girl Scout Leader's Day

Thousands of leaders who volunteer their time and share their experiences with youth around the country each year. National Girl Scout Leader's Day on April 22nd honors the thousands of leaders who volunteer their time and share their experiences with youth around the country. Since the inception of Girl Scouting in 1912, Girl Scout volunteer leaders have been positively impacting girls' lives. These women are often regarded as models for girls as they approach womanhood. They provide a foundation of hope, expertise, admiration, and courage that follows a young woman through her lifetime.

National Jelly Bean Day

On National Jelly Bean Day, who can resist a handful of sweet jelly beans? Well, on April 22nd each year, you don't have to resist at all. As a holiday, enjoying them is a must.

English Language Day

On April 23rd, English Language Day explores the English tongue's origins, past, and culture.

National Cherry Cheesecake Day

National Cherry Cheesecake Day is April 23rd, the food holiday in the United States. A large number of cherry cheesecake recipes are available in cookbooks and bakers. Some cherry cheesecake recipes call for the cherries to be mixed into the batter, while others place the cherries on top, while others place the cherries on top.

National Lost Dog Awareness Day

National Lost Dog Awareness Day, which takes place each year on April 23rd, raises concerns about missing dogs and celebrates reunions.

National Picnic Day

Everyone is encouraged to pack up their lunch and take it outside on April 23rd, National Picnic Day. Picnics are a great way to enjoy a meal outdoors in the company of friends and relatives.

National Take A Chance Day

National Take a Chance Day, which takes place every year, encourages us to step outside of our comfort zone.

National Talk Like Shakespeare Day

National Talk Like Shakespeare Day, on April 23rd each year, encourages us to talk like the Bard and the characters in his plays.

Spanish Language Day

Every year on April 23rd, Spanish Language Day celebrates the country's second most spoken language. It's also a day to celebrate Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra, Spain's most respected writer.

World Book And Copyright Day


World Laboratory Day

Every year on April 23rd, World Laboratory Day honors the place where great inventions appear to make the world a better place. It's also a day to honor those who perform study and experiments in these unique workplaces.

Fashion Revolution Day


International Sculpture Day

International Sculpture Day, the last Saturday in April, raises the profile, appreciation, and admiration of sculpture every year. It's also a day for sculptors around the world to showcase their artistic talents.

National Pigs-in-a-blanket Day

With just a few ingredients, National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day is celebrated on April 24.

National Dna Day

People from around the world observe National DNA Day on April 25th. In a short letter published in Nature on this day in 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick officially announced their discovery of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in a short letter published in the science journal Nature.

National East Meets West Day

On April 25th, the Eastern Front of the Allied forces met the Western front on the River Elbe on the Western front. This day, also known as Elbe Day, marked a significant step toward ending World War II.

National Hug A Plumber Day

On April 25th, National Hug A Plumber Day honors those who come to our rescue when pipes leak or drains are blocked.

National Telephone Day

National Telephone Day is observed on April 25th. There are 9.82 billion cell phones around the world. And although some expected the landline to be obsolete by 2020, there are still 931 million landlines around the world.

National Zucchini Bread Day

Every year, National Zucchini Bread Day encourages bakers to bake this delectable bread on April 25th.

Parental Alienation Day


World Malaria Day

President George W. Bush had planned Malaria Awareness Day to be April 25 by 2007. President Bush encouraged Americans to join in on the fight against malaria on the African continent in his proclamation. President Bush declared Malaria Awareness Day on April 25, 2006, a day when we concentrate our attention on those who suffer from this deadly disease, especially the millions on Africa's continent. Millions of people died from this entirely preventable and treatable disease. We're encouraged to spread the word about malaria as a compassionate world, and we're encouraged to take action. That's what compassionate people do. They act when they see a problem. And here's what we're here to talk about. We reiterate our pledge to lead the world toward an urgent challenge, and that is to turn the tide against malaria in Africa and around the world on this special day. President Bush also shared the White House's strategic plan against malaria with the public, which was also shared with the White House by the public. Malaria No More, a New York-based nonprofit group Malaria No More, launched two new ventures in Uganda and Madagascar to distribute millions of life saving bed nets. (Wikipedia) (Wikipedia) (Wikipedia) (Wikipedia) (Wikipedia) (Wikipedia) (Wikipedia).

World Penguin Day

On April 25th, the world watched the world over, World Penguin Day honors one of the world's most unusual birds. There are 18 species of penguins in the Southern hemisphere, and all of their natural habitats are in the Southern hemisphere.

International Chernobyl Remembrance Day

Every year on April 26th, International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day commemorates this historic nuclear accident. The day also focuses on the prevention of future nuclear disasters.

National Audubon Day

National Audubon Day, April 26th each year, honors John James Audubon's birth (April 26, 1785 – January 27, 1851), 1851).

National Dissertation Day

On April 26th, continuing education students will be reminded every year to maintain their attention and complete the pinnacle of their education.

National Help A Horse Day

Every year, horse lovers and supporters are encouraged to join forces and protect injured and abandoned horses. The day brings to light the urgent need for horse sanctuaries and rescues.

National Kids And Pets Day

On April 26th, National Kids and Pets Day raises the importance of choosing the right pet for children at the right time. It's a critical decision that may result in a lifetime of pet and child bonding.

National Margery Day

National Margery Day has been set on April 26. This day marks the Margery's 12th birthday.

National Pretzel Day

On April 26th, one of America's most popular snacks is recognized on National Pretzel Day. The question of the day is whether you want a bag of nice crunchy, salty pretzels or a large, soft, cinnamon pretzel. Either one is a smart pick.

National Richter Scale Day

National Richter Scale Day, April 26th, each year, honors the birth of the Richter Scale entrepreneur, Charles F. Richter (April 26, 1900 – September 30, 1985).

World Intellectual Property Day


National Babe Ruth Day

On National Babe Ruth Day, baseball fans around the world honor one of baseball's all-time great players.

National Devil Dog Day

On April 27th, enjoy a treat in the name of National Devil Dog Day! The day honors the service members who were dubbed with the name and the devilish snack cake.

National Gummi Bear Day

## National gummi bear day is approaching on national gummi bear day in the United States.

National Prime Rib Day

On April 27th each year, this special meal is celebrated on National Prime Rib Day annually. Prime Rib is a pick cut from one of the eight prime cuts of beef, also known as the King of Meats.

National Tell A Story Day

Every year in the United States, National Tell a Story Day, encourages people of all ages to share their stories. The stories can take many forms as well. You can read from a book or create one from scratch. Stories reconstructed from childhood memories leave an indelible mark on both the storyteller and the listener. No matter what story you tell, the day is a good day for visiting friends and family to share those tales.

World Tapir Day

World Tapir Day, which takes place every year on April 27th, aims to build a community around tapir awareness and conservation.

Global Pay It Forward Day

Every year, Global Pay It Forward Day, encourages people around the world to partake in a small act of kindness on April 28th. It's a day to be kind to someone else in response to someone's kindness toward you.

National Blueberry Pie Day

On April 28th, each year ushers in blueberry pie-making season. The blueberry harvest begins in April and lasts until September, giving us a long season full of blueberry delight.

National Bravehearts Day

Each year on April 28, we celebrate National BraveHearts Day to celebrate the bravery of families living with pediatric cancer. During this time, please honor and encourage the families and friends of those involved in the child's life.

National Great Poetry Reading Day

National Great Poetry Reading Day is a observance of National Poetry Month's April 28th. This day honors distinguished poetry and the influential poets who wrote them.

National Superhero Day

Have you ever been rescued from a volatile situation or saved from injury or death? Many that come to our assistance are called heroes. Some heroes happen to be in the right place at the right time. Some people choose to be a hero for a career (though they wouldn't say they were heroes). Other than that, there are fictional creations that inspire us with hope. Both real and fictional, superheroes are honored on National Superhero Day on April 28th each year.

Workers’ Memorial Day

Workers' Memorial Day, each year, promotes national and international recognition and intervention for workers killed, injured, injured, or sick by their work. Remember the dead – Fight for the living. International Workers' Memorial Day (ICD) for Dead and Injured or Day of Mourning is also known as International Workers' Memorial Day or International Commemoration Day (ICD) for Dead and Injured or Day of Mourning.

International Dance Day


National Peace Rose Day

National Peace Rose Day honors a well-known and fruitful garden rose each year on April 29th.

National Shrimp Scampi Day

On April 29th, we will celebrate National Shrimp Scampi Day in a healthy way. On this day, we celebrate the delectable dish of shrimp cooked with butter, garlic, lemon juice, and white wine.

National Zipper Day

National Zipper Day is commemorates April 29, 1913, the first zipper patent was issued, when the first zipper was invented. The day honors something we often don't think about and may take for granted.

World Wish Day

Every year on April 29th, World Wish Day commemorates the founding of Make-A-Wish. Make-A-Wish chapters and affiliates are teaming up and discussing how many wishes they have fulfilled have come true on a day for Make-A-Wish chapters and affiliates to come together and reflect on how many wishes they have made come true.

International Jazz Day

International Jazz Day, which takes place every year on April 30th, highlights a movement that unites people from around the world. The day also encourages communities, schools, researchers, and artists to learn about jazz's origins and its impact.

National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day

Thousands of animals are waiting for (and requiring) adoption from the shelters each year. On April 30th, National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day raises funds for thousands of pets that are waiting for (and needing) adoption from the shelters.

National Bubble Tea Day

Because April 30th is National Bubble Tea Day, get out your boba straws and grab your friends because it's National Bubble Tea Day! Celebrate by indulging in the best that bubble tea has to offer, from creamy milk tea to refreshing green tea to fruity slushies, all customizable with different toppings, sugar level, and ice level.

National Bugs Bunny Day

The date the famous bunny first appeared in a short film in 1938 was commemorated on National Bugs Bunny Day, April 30th.

National Hairstylist Appreciation Day

Every year on April 30th, National Hairstylist Appreciation Day honors hairstylists everywhere who make artful hairstyles possible. A skilled hairstylist will not only make you look good, but also make you feel well. This day also honors the uniqueness of all hairstyles.

National Honesty Day

National Honesty Day, which falls on April 30th, encourages us to be honest in all we do each year.

National Military Brats Day

During the Month of the Military Child, on April 30th, National Military Brats Day, the children of military service personnel are commemorated.

National Oatmeal Cookie Day

Each year, National Oatmeal Cookie Day, which takes place on April 30th, is recognized as a delectable and nutritious cookie. This day is also observed on March 18th in conjunction with National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day.

National Prepareathon! Day

National PrepareAthon! On April 30th, the United States' Day reminds us that crises do not happen suddenly. Being prepared must happen now, not later.

National Raisin Day

National Raisin Day, April 30th, is recognized as another food holiday. Raisins are tiny sundried grapes. Although sunlight dries most grapes naturally in vineyards, some are chemically dehydrated.

National Sarcoidosis Day

On April 30th, the annual National Sarcoidosis Day raises concerns about a non-contagious immune system disease. Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that can affect any part of the body, inside or out, and although most commonly found in the lungs.