November is All Saints, Autistics Speaking, National Author's, National Biologic Coordinators, National Brush and more!

All Saints Day

All Saints Day on November 1st commemorates 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. However, 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. Autistic People On November 1st. Speaking Day in Ottawa encourages autistic people to share their stories in whatever way suits them. Everyone else is encouraged to listen, hear, read, and comprehend their stories from their point of view.

All Souls Day

Every year on November 2nd, All Souls Day commemorates baptized Christians who are believed to be in purgatory. The day is also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed.

National Broadcast Traffic Professional's Day

Many in radio and television traffic departments are recognized on National Broadcast Traffic Professional's Day. If the day falls on a weekend, the observance takes place on November 2nd each year. On the following Monday, then it is observed.

National Sandwich Day

Whether you stack it high or thin, National Sandwich Day on November 3rd honors one of America's most popular lunch items.

National Candy Day

We're celebrating the sweet holiday, National Candy Day, on November 4th. Candies have a long tradition of delighting us with their vibrant colors and delectable flavors. They also come in a variety of fun sizes and shapes.

National Chicken Lady Day

## History of national chicken lady day has influenced national chicken lady day.

National Nachos Day

National Nachos Day, which takes place on November 6th, honors the snack that is popular at sporting events around the country. Nachos are tortilla chips coated with nacho cheese, queso, or other melted cheese and served with salsa in their purest form.

National Saxophone Day

On November 6th, the birth of Adolphe Sax, the woodwind's inventor, is commemorated on National Saxophone Day. The saxophone is one of jazz music's most popular instruments.

International Merlot Day

International Merlot Day is held every year on November 7th in the world's most popular red wines. It's also a day to remind those who haven't tried merlot to try it.

National Harvey Wallbanger Day

On November 8th, National Harvey Wallbanger Day honors a fruity and spirited cocktail made with 3 parts vodka, 1 part Galliano, and 6 parts orange juice. Pour it into a highball glass and garnish it with an orange slice and a maraschino cherry.

National Parents As Teachers Day

Parents are encouraged by National Parents as Teachers Day on November 8th, and teachers are encouraged to help children achieve their educational goals.

Microtia Awareness Day

Microtia Awareness Day, November 9th, is dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of a congenital disorder, which derives its name from Latin words for little ears. Mark the calendar and think of the number 9 as the shape of an ear.

National Louisiana Day

We recognize each state in the order they entered the union, beginning with Hawaii and ending with Hawaii on Independence Day. We feature a small part of each state's past, foods, and the people who make up the state. There's so much more to discover, we can't help but celebrate our beautiful country even more.

International Accounting Day

International Accounting Day, on November 10th, promotes the important field of accounting while also acknowledging all the work accountants do to help businesses and organizations thrive.

National Civic Pride Day

On November 10, we celebrate National Civic Pride Day and encourage everyone to support the vibrant communities they live in.

International Origami Day

International Origami Day, November 11th, commemorates this rare art form that originated in Japan. It's also a day to learn more about origami and use it to create something from paper.

National Chicken Soup For The Soul Day

The Soul Day Soup for the Soul Day honors who you are and how you get there. On November 12th, take time to nourish your soul.

National French Dip Day

On November 12th, warm up some au jus and celebrate National French Dip Day.

National Indian Pudding Day

National Indian Pudding Day is recognized as a cold-weather classic. Serve up this classic New England dessert that is sure to wow on November 13th each year.

World Kindness Day

We are encouraged to spread kindness like an infectious cold on November 13th, as part of World Kindness Day. Because studies show that when others observe kindness in action, they are more likely to do an act of kindness. We want to share it more than ever.

National Family Pj Day

National Family PJ Day is a day of remembrance. Everyone of all ages is encouraged to wear their favorite pajamas for a party on November 14th, which is celebrated each year on November 14th.

National Pickle Day

The tart, often sweet, and even spicy pickle is recognized on National Pickle Day. Pickle enthusiasts pop open pecks of their new preserved pickle each year on November 14th. It may be a Dill, Gherkin, Cornichon, Brined, Brined, Kosher Dill, Polish, Hungarian, Lime, Bread and Butter, Swedish and Danish, or Kool-Aid Pickle. No matter what your preference, eat them all day long.

America Recycles Day

Millions of people around the United States participate in America Recycles Day each year on November 15. The day raises concerns about recycling and the buying of refurbished products.

National Bundt Day

Every year on November 15th, National Bundt Day, also known as National Bundt Cake Day, is celebrated. A bundt cake is expected to be on the menu at least once as people around the United States prepare menus for the holidays.

International Check Your Wipers Day

On November 16, International Check Your Wipers Day (ICWW) Day, reminds drivers to regularly check their windshield wipers to ensure maximum visibility in the event of inclement weather on the road.

National Button Day

Buttons are used by crafters around the country in new ways. They are some of the best at finding new uses for old stuff. Thousands of button collectors are found in the United States. Thousands of button collectors are found in the United States.

International Happy Gose Day

Every year on November 17th, beer enthusiasts gather together to celebrate International Happy Gose Day. Gose (z) rhymes with Rosa instead of rhyming with rose.

International Students' Day

International Students Day, November 17th, commemorates the University of Prague's Nazi storming on November 17th. Around the world, the day also promotes student activism.

European Antibiotic Awareness Day

On November 18th, European Antibiotic Awareness Day promotes the responsible use of antibiotics. The day also aims to raise the threat of global antimicrobial resistance.

National Princess Day

## National Princess Day is the national princess day in the United States.

National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day

Unique food holidays, such as National Carbonated Beverage With Caffeine Day, give us the opportunity to step outside of our everyday habits. On November 19th, discover the variety of carbonated beverages with caffeine.

National Play Monopoly Day

On November 19th, the fabled board game that has landed us on Park Place, Boardwalk, or even in jail will be commemorated on National Play Monopoly Day.

National Absurdity Day

National Absurdity Day reigns supreme on November 20th. Oddness and strangeness take over. We're not sure why, but it does.

National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

On November 20th, peanut butter lovers and fudge lovers come together to celebrate National Peanut Butter Fudge Day.

National Gingerbread Cookie Day

On November 21st, National Gingerbread Cookie Day encourages us to purchase the rolling pin and cookie cutters. The baking will make the house warm, and decorating will inspire us to make delectable cookies while making memories.

National Red Mitten Day

National Red Mitten Day on November 21st celebrates Canadian Olympic Pride!

National Cranberry Relish Day

Each year, another holiday staple graces the table, and National Cranberry Relish Day makes sure you're set. Make sure you're stocked and ready on November 22nd. Try many recipes on the internet and choose your favorite one.

Fibonacci Day

Leonardo Bonacci, one of the Middle Ages' most influential mathematicians, is honored on Fibonacci Day on November 23rd. The date corresponds to the first numbers of the Fibonacci sequence, 1 2 3.

National Sardines Day

On National Sardines Day, these silver little fishes are commemorated on November 24th. They may not be able to swim right up to your plate, but they sure do pack in the flavor.

Blase' Day

On November 25th, Blasé Day is celebrated annually. We are uncertain whether we should be excited about it or if we should be blasé about Blasé Day. We're not sure if we should be excited about it or if we should be blasé about it.

International Day For The Elimination Of Violence Against Women

Awareness of an ongoing human rights issue is raised on November 25th International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Today, many women around the world are still vulnerable to rape and other forms of violence.

National Cake Day

National Cake Day's scrumptious treat for everyone to enjoy on November 26th. This day cake takes center stage as the dessert of choice, with slide over pie. No matter what age, the cake is topped with candles on most birthdays. Cake serves up a slice or two for showers, weddings, retirement, and anniversaries. Now you have America's best desserts in the same dish, with ice cream.

National Bavarian Cream Pie Day

Every year on November 27th, National Bavarian Cream Pie Day recognizes a pie that makes a grand entrance. Thanks to French chef Marie-Antione Carême, this rich and delectable dessert is possible.

National Craft Jerky Day

On November 27th, National Craft Jerky Day recognizes that craft jerky is the measure by which all other jerky is measured. It awakens the taste buds and ignites jerky fans around the world. The day is dedicated to the artisans of this dehydrated, seasoned meat, and snack extraordinaire.

National French Toast Day

People from around the country celebrate National French Toast Day on November 28th each year. It's also known as eggy bread or omelet bread, and it makes a great breakfast for guests or part of a brunch.

Red Planet Day

Every year on November 28th, Red Planet Day commemorates the launch of Spacecraft Mariner 4 on November 28th. It's also a day to learn more about Mars, which is also known as the red planet.

Electronic Greetings Day

Electronic Greetings Day, which is observed annually on November 29th, encourages us to send an electronic greeting. At the same time, the day reminds us how much money has changed.

Computer Security Day

On November 30th, Computer Security Day reminds us to shield our computers. Every day, computers become more efficient and more advanced. They're also protected by protecting the people who use them. Protecting the assets, tools, and information on them is important.

National Mason Jar Day

National Mason Jar Day, November 30th, honors an ingenious device that has been uniting families for generations.