30 Reasons to Celebrate in November (2023)

We can always use an excuse to celebrate, especially as the days get shorter and the weather gets colder. From fun food holidays to creative family outings and your much-anticipated Thanksgiving feast, there are at least 30 opportunities to bring some cheer to November that will make you feel warm inside.

Here are 30 reasons to celebrate during the month of November.

Fun Fact

November was the ninth month of the year under the Roman calendar and got its name from the Latin word novem, meaning nine.

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    Nov. 1: World Vegan Day

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    Vegan food isn’t just tofu and veggies. There are tons of alternatives for your favorite non-vegan foods, from desserts to bacon and burgers. Sample vegan fare with some tasty dishes, such as vegan chili “cheese” dip, tofu “crab” cakes, and dairy-free cheesecake. You won’t even miss the animal products in these plant-based foods.

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    Nov. 2: Deviled Egg Day

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    Love them or hate them, this picnic staple has its very own day in November. Whether you prefer your deviled eggs basic, paired with tuna, or with a little bit of a kick, they make an easy appetizer, side, or snack. Try cooking up a few different recipes to celebrate the day.

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    Nov. 3: Sandwich Day

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    It’s been said that the humble sandwich is the perfect food. And the right bread, meats, cheeses,veggies, and condiments can create endless tasty options. From classic peanut butter and jelly sammies to super indulgent (and inventive) combos, the delicious possibilities are endless. Get some fresh bread and all of your favorite fixings to indulge on this special day.

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    Nov. 4: National Candy Day

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    If you have a sweet tooth, National Candy Day is the holiday for you. This day gives you the perfect excuse to eat some leftover Halloween candy. You also can try a homemade candy recipe for an extra special treat.

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    Nov. 5: National Doughnut Appreciation Day

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    Although the origin of the doughnut is hotly debated, basic doughnuts—or rings of fried dough—first began to appear in literature in the mid-19th century. Since then, they’ve only gotten better. Try your doughnutsfrosted, stuffed with marshmallows,ortopped with bacon.Or go with the simple glazed doughnuts that have stood the test of time to celebrate the day.

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    Nov. 6: National Nachos Day

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    Sometimes they’re topped only with cheese, sometimes they’re loaded, and sometimes they’re spicy. One thing is for certain: Nachos are always decadent and delicious. Make some with all of your favorite toppings to indulge in the day.

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    Nov. 7: Hug a Bear Day

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    Grab your teddy bear and give it a good squeeze because today is Hug a Bear Day. If you don't have any stuffed animals but there's someone in your life who would enjoy one, celebrate the day by whipping up a new fuzzy friend using a teddy bear sewing pattern.

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    Nov. 8: Cook Something Bold Day

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    Cooking “something bold” can mean different things to different people. Maybe you're interested in whipping up an elaborate recipe. Or perhaps you want to try an ingredient you've never had before. No matter your cooking chops, today’s the day to put on your apron and have fun in the kitchen.

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    Nov. 9: National Louisiana Day

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    Celebrate the state known for jazz, unique food, and its spectacular Mardi Gras festival with National Louisiana Day. It's a great day to indulge in some Cajun cuisine or a po' boy. If you happen to live in Louisiana, this one's for you!

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    Nov. 10: Forget-Me-Not Day

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    It can be difficult to keep in touch with faraway friends and family. So for Forget-Me-Not Day, take a few minutes to reach out to someone you haven’t talked to in a while, whether it’s over the phone, email, or social media. Or if you're feeling extra creative send someone a homemade card.

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    Nov. 11: Veterans Day

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    On Veterans Day, Americans honor the country's brave military service members. Take some time to learn how Veterans Day became a holiday, teach children about the importance of the day, and thank veterans for their service. Also, consider donating to one of the many charitable organizations that serve veterans.

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    Nov. 12: Happy Hour Day

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    What better reason is there to enjoy a tasty beer, glass of wine, or cocktail than celebrating Happy Hour Day? Check out your favorite watering hole for Happy Hour Day specials. Or learn to craft a fun cocktail at home.

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    Nov. 13: World Kindness Day

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    Spread kindness by doing a good deed, such as raking a neighbor’s yard or collecting their newspapers, writing a letter to a friend, or surprising your partner with their favorite dessert. Not only will it make you feel warm and fuzzy inside, but it’ll put some positivity out into the universe, too.

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    Nov. 14: National Pickle Day

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    Whether it's sweet, spicy, or sour, nothing adds saltiness, texture, andcrunch to a sandwich like the perfect pickle. And if you're a pickle lover, this is your day. For a savory, Southern twist on a classic dill, toss sliced pickles in cornmeal and deep-fry them. Then, dip them in a spicy aioli sauce.

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    Nov. 15: National Clean Out Your Fridge Day

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    To free up some space for Thanksgiving cooking, use this day as a reason to clean out your fridge. Make a plan to eat perishable foods before they spoil. And consider donating some items to a local food pantry.

  • Nov. 16: National Button Day

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    They keep our pants on and dress shirts together, and they add decorative details to blouses and blazers. If you're iffy with a sewing needle, learning how to sew on a button is a good beginner skill to familiarize yourself with. And National Button Day is the perfect time to start.

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    Nov. 17: Homemade Bread Day

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    The smell of freshly baked bread is totally intoxicating. While making homemade bread might seem a little intimidating, it’s actually quite simple. The trick to achieving a crusty outer layer is usingsteamduring the baking process.Try your hand at baking a loaf of simple white bread, pumpernickel, or pita for Homemade Bread Day.

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    Nov. 18: National Vichyssoise Day

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    Say bonjour to your new favorite soup recipe! This French soup combines pureed leeks, onions, potatoes, cream, and chicken stock for a simple, but delicious dish. Although it’s traditionally served chilled, it can be warmed for those chilly autumn days like National Vichyssoise Day.

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    Nov. 19: Play Monopoly Day

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    When was the last time you played a six-hour-long game of Monopoly? Today, pretend you’re a kid again, and play Monopoly with your friends or family. It's the perfect excuse to throw a fun board game party.

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    Nov. 20: Beautiful Day

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    Do you think arranged flowers are beautiful? How about interesting artwork? Maybe you simply find beauty in a clean house. Whatever it may be, celebrate all of the things you consider beautiful today.

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    Nov. 21: National Stuffing Day

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    Even though it's known for being on the Thanksgiving table, there’s truly no wrong time to enjoy your favorite stuffing recipe. To celebrate the day, try out some recipes for classic stuffing, sausage and herb stuffing, and more.

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    Nov. 22: Go For A Ride Day

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    As the weather gets cooler, we start to hole up in our warm homes more often. Use this day to avoid getting cabin fever, and go out for a ride in whichever mode of transportation works best for you. Take a bike ride around town. Go for a drive. Or head out on a boat. Just enjoy a little time away from home.

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    Nov. 23: Fibonacci Day

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    Leonardo Fibonacci was a famous mathematician, and this day is celebrated as Fibonacci Day. When the November date is written in the month/day format (11/23), it forms a Fibonacci sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3. This famous sequence is a series of numbers where each number is the sum of the two numbers before it. Impress someone with this information, and try to count as far into the sequence as you can doing mental math.

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    Nov. 24: Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day

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    Celebrate what makes you special today, whether it's your ability to hula hoop, paint, sing, play the guitar, or anything else. Show off that unique talent, and enjoy doing what you love.

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    Nov. 25: National Parfait Day

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    Celebrate this delicious French dessert with National Parfait Day. A parfait is a tasty treat that includes layers of fruit, yogurt, or ice cream. It's typically served in a tall glass, so the layers are quite distinct. Try making a citrus, cream, and blueberry parfait, or simply layer your favorite ingredients.

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    Nov. 25: Thanksgiving* (Fourth Thursday)

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    Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, food, and giving thanks. Whether the star of the dinner table is theturkey, thesides, thedesserts,or thedrinks, today’s a day to treat yourself while recognizing the good things in life.

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    Nov. 26: Black Friday* (Friday After Thanksgiving)

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    Ready to shop some sales? For many people, the Friday after Thanksgiving has become a day of scoring deals and getting a jump on holiday shopping. If you’re not interested in heading out into the crowds, you can find many deals online, too.

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    Nov. 27: Small Business Saturday* (Saturday After Thanksgiving)

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    After the Black Friday crowds at big box stores die down, it’s time for small businesses to shine on Small Business Saturday. Head out to support your neighborhood shops today. Besides retail stores, don’t forget about locally owned restaurants and other businesses, too.

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    Nov. 29: National Lemon Cream Pie Day

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    You might still have pumpkin pie left over from Thanksgiving, but today is all about lemon cream pie (also known as lemon meringue pie). Learn how to make this sweet and tangy dessert for a change of pace from the savory Thanksgiving foods. After all, you always have room for another slice of pie.

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    Nov. 29: Cyber Monday* (Monday After Thanksgiving)

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    If you happened to miss the sales on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, there’s a good chance you’ll find some good prices online for Cyber Monday. Today’s the day to shop for deals from the comfort of home. Many retailers even extend their Cyber Monday deals into a whole Cyber Week.

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What do you celebrate on November? ›

November Monthly Holidays and Observances
  • Aviation History Month.
  • Child Safety and Protection Month.
  • Family Stories Month.
  • Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month.
  • International Drum/Percussion Month.
  • Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
  • Manatee Awareness Month.
  • National Adopt a Senior Pet Month.

What are some reasons to celebrate? ›

Three Reasons to Celebrate

Celebrations remind us of the past. When we celebrate, we look at where we've been. We remember what we've accomplished, what's gone well, and what we would do differently. Celebrations ground us in the present.

Why the month of November is important? ›

November is the month to remind us of all the positive things around us. From kindness day to thanksgiving day, November has many dates for us to remember the positivity. There are many other important global and national events which fall in this month. They are important for exams like UPSC, RRB, Banking, etc.

Why is it important to celebrate important days? ›

They are a sign of triumph over adversity, of strength, and of hope, particularly in the later years when they represent decades of experience. The importance of celebrating life is reflected in physical and mental health, community and family relationships and a healthy self-concept.

Did you know facts for November? ›

The Suez Canal opened on November 17, 1869. Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863. The United States and Panama signed the treaty that provided for the Panama Canal on November 18, 1903. The US and Canada celebrate the end of WWI every year on November 11, 1918.

How can we celebrate our daily life? ›

Ways to Celebrate Life Everyday
  1. Start your day with gratitude. Setting a positive ambiance early on can significantly affect your mood for the rest of the day. ...
  2. Appreciate your accomplishments so far. ...
  3. Loosen up a bit. ...
  4. Celebrate your small wins. ...
  5. Spend time doing the things that you love. ...
  6. Tidy up your space. ...
  7. Lend a helping hand.
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Why do we celebrate Thanksgiving? ›

How did Thanksgiving start? Colonists in New England and Canada regularly observed “thanksgivings,” days of prayer for such blessings as safe journeys, military victories, or abundant harvests. Americans model their holiday on a 1621 harvest feast shared between English colonists and the Wampanoag.

Why do we celebrate party? ›

A party is a gathering of people who have been invited by a host for the purposes of socializing, conversation, recreation, or as part of a festival or other commemoration or celebration of a special occasion.

What is November 22 national day? ›

Another seasonal holiday staple graces the table each year and National Cranberry Relish Day makes sure you're prepared. On November 22nd make sure you're stocked and ready. Get tasting the many recipes out there and pick your favorite one!

How did November get its name? ›

NOVEMBER: The name for this month comes from the Roman word for “ninth” – nonus – as it was the ninth month of the Roman year. DECEMBER: The name for this month comes from the Roman word for “tenth” – decimus – as it was the tenth month of the Roman year.

What is November 19th special? ›

World Toilet Day Observed on November 19 every year, the celebration is marked in all countries that are UN members. The day was set aside to address the sanitation crisis across the globe. UN-Water is the organization that convened World Toilet Day in 2001.

What is the value of celebrating? ›

Celebrations are reminders of what's really important. We celebrate events, people, or achievements. When we celebrate, we spend time with people we care about, and spending time with them, keeps the brain healthy.

What does celebrating life mean? ›

"Celebrating life" means acknowledging the life of the person who died. It means applauding their life and rejoicing in the fact that they lived. A "Meaningful Event" is a memorial or funeral service that touches everyone present with an understanding of who the person was that died and what they lived for.

What does celebrations stand for? ›

CELEBRATIONS® is an acronym for 12 healthful living principles: (1) choices, (2) exercise, (3) liquid, (4) environment, (5) belief, (6) rest, (7) air, (8) temperance, (9) integrity, (10) optimism, (11) nutrition, and (12) social support and services.

Is NOV 15 a holiday? ›

Today is National Philanthropy Day and National Recycling Day. We have 20 holidays listed for November 15.

What National Day is Nov 13? ›

WORLD KINDNESS DAY - November 13 - National Day Calendar. CELEBRATION NATION! Join our newsletter to stay up to date on upcoming national days.

Is November 2 a holiday? ›

All Souls' Day is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

What was invented in November? ›

November 14

1765: Robert Fulton built the first steamboat. 1776: Henri Dutrochet discovered and named the process of osmosis. 1797: Charles Lyell was a Scottish geologist who wrote "The Principles of Geology." 1863: Leo Baekeland was a Belgian-American chemist who invented the bakelite.

What happened on Nov 4th? ›

Featured Event

Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, corecipient with Shimon Peres and Yāsir ʿArafāt of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1994, was assassinated this day in 1995 by a Jewish extremist while attending a peace rally.

What is November 3rd known for? ›

Whether you stack it high or thin, National Sandwich Day on November 3rd recognizes one of America's favorite lunch items. The sandwich is believed to be the namesake of John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, following the claim that he was the inventor of the sandwich.

What are things to celebrate? ›

Here are some ideas:
  • Anniversaries—personal and corporate. Great companies show they care by celebrating the things that are important to their people. ...
  • Milestones. ...
  • Heroic acts of service. ...
  • The biggest OOPS! ...
  • The closest call. ...
  • A charitable cause, local or national disaster. ...
  • People who come and go. ...
  • An annual chili cook-off.
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What do you celebrate with your family? ›

Aside from birthdays, here are some other occasions that are fun for your family to celebrate:
  • Athletic competitions. ...
  • Anniversaries. ...
  • Weddings. ...
  • Graduations. ...
  • Holidays. ...
  • Promotions. ...
  • Funerals. ...
  • Just having a blast.
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How do you celebrate little things in life? ›

8 Ways to Celebrate the Small Wins in Life
  1. Don't Sweat Small Stuff. No, we're not saying don't celebrate the small stuff. ...
  2. Don't Worry About Others. ...
  3. Practice Self-Care. ...
  4. Treat Yourself. ...
  5. Create Healthy Habits. ...
  6. Be Present. ...
  7. Have Gratitude. ...
  8. Share Your Wins and Be Proud.
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How do you explain Thanksgiving to a child? ›

How to Teach Children the Meaning of Thanksgiving
  1. Talk about family traditions and tell stories. ...
  2. Talk about your Thanksgiving feast. ...
  3. Be thankful. ...
  4. Share and donate. ...
  5. Create something for Thanksgiving together. ...
  6. Have fun.
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Who first made Thanksgiving? ›

A few days later, President George Washington issued a proclamation naming Thursday, November 26, 1789 as a "Day of Publick Thanksgivin" - the first time Thanksgiving was celebrated under the new Constitution.

Why do people love birthdays? ›

A day to celebrate how much you love and appreciate them

Birthdays are important because they give everyone a day to feel special and see how much those around them love them. Many cultures say that your birthday is more than just a special day of the year.

Why is a party called a do? ›

Speculation suggests that the actual phrase originated from the expression “To Do” with setting intention often the cornerstone of organising anything remotely fun. Nowadays we use it to describe any social event that requires planning. For example an office Christmas party or a Hen/Stag (or even Sten) do!

What a birthday means? ›

Definition of birthday

1a : the day of a person's birth. b : a day of origin. 2 : an anniversary of a birth her 21st birthday.

What special day is November 29? ›

National Chocolates Day

Satisfy your cocoa confectionary cravings by treating yourself to a box or handing out bars, truffles and candies galore at your workplace or school.

What is celebrated November 24? ›

Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving — a rare celebratory holiday without an established gift-giving component.

What National Day is Nov 30? ›


On November 30th, National Mississippi Day recognizes the home of the Delta blues and the 20th state to join the union.

What is the full meaning of November? ›

So what does November mean? November derives from the Latin root novem- meaning “nine,” because in the Roman calendar there were only 10 months in the year, and November was indeed the ninth month.

What does Nov mean in numbers? ›

If "nov" comes from the Latin word for nine, why isn't November the ninth month? ( November, the eleventh month of the year, actually takes its name from the Latin word for the number nine, and it isn't unique in this regard.

What is celebrated November 20? ›

World Children's Day was first established in 1954 as Universal Children's Day and is celebrated on 20 November each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children's welfare.

What National Day is Nov 21? ›

Today is National Stuffing Day and World Television Day. We have 10 holidays listed for November 21.

What is special on November 8th? ›


What is the sentence of celebrate? ›

We are celebrating my birthday by going out to dinner. The family gathered to celebrate Christmas. We are celebrating our anniversary next week. They are celebrating the birth of their third child.

When did celebration of life start? ›

Celebration of Life Day was originally called National Sanctity of Human Life Day and was proclaimed in January 1984 by Ronald Regan.

What is the C in celebrations? ›

Facebook follower Sian Smith took to social media to point out that every letter in the celebration logo in fact comes from fonts of all the chocolates found inside. So 'C' comes from the Mars Bar font, the 'e' comes from the Malteser front, the 'l' comes from the Galaxy font ... and so on!

How are celebrations made? ›

Celebrations contain a mixture of miniature Snickers, Twix, Mars, Bounty, Milky Way, Galaxy Milk, Galaxy Caramel and Maltesers Teasers.

What is celebrated in November around the world? ›

6 Festive November Holidays Around the World
  • November Holidays | Guy Fawkes Day – Bonfire Day – England (Nov 5th) ...
  • November Holidays | El Día de la Tradición – Argentina (Nov 10th) ...
  • November Holidays | Narrentag – Germany, Switzerland, Austria (Nov 11th) ...
  • Shichi-Go-San – 七五三 -Japan (Nov 15th)

What is November known for besides Thanksgiving? ›

November is also National Native American Heritage Month. It's also a time to recognize and appreciate service members. November is Veterans and Military Family Month and November 11 is Veterans Day.

Is NOV 15 a holiday? ›

Today is National Philanthropy Day and National Recycling Day. We have 20 holidays listed for November 15.

What is November 22 national day? ›

Another seasonal holiday staple graces the table each year and National Cranberry Relish Day makes sure you're prepared. On November 22nd make sure you're stocked and ready. Get tasting the many recipes out there and pick your favorite one!

What is November 29 national day? ›

Famous birthdays include Don Cheadle, Howie Mandel, and Anna Farris. November 29 also marks National Lemon Cream Pie Day. We have 11 holidays listed for November 29.

What National day is Nov 17? ›

National Take a Hike Day on November 17th encourages us to get out there and hit the trails. With over 60,000 miles of trails in the National Trail System across the 50 states, there is no lack of opportunity to take a hike.

What National day is Nov 16? ›

National Check Your Wipers Day on November 16th reminds drivers to regularly check their windshield wipers to ensure optimum visibility in the event of inclement weather on the road. In 2020, AAA reported 50.6 million people traveled by automobile for the Thanksgiving holiday, making it one of the year's…

What holiday is November 19th? ›

November 19
  • International Men's Day.
  • National Adoption Day.
  • Women's Entrepreneurship Day.
  • National Play Monopoly Day.
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Is Nov 14 2022 a holiday? ›

Today is National Pickle Day and World Diabetes Day. We have 13 holidays listed for November 14.

Is November 13 a special day? ›

On November 13th, as part of World Kindness Day, we are encouraged to spread kindness like an infectious cold. We want to share it more than usual because studies show when others observe kindness in action they are more likely to carry out an act of kindness, too.

What is celebrated Nov 23? ›

Today is Black Friday and National Espresso Day.

What holiday is November 9th? ›

  • WORLD RADIOGRAPHY DAY - November 8. ...
  • NATIONAL LOUISIANA DAY - November 9. ...
  • MICROTIA AWARENESS DAY - November 9. ...

What National Day is Nov 30? ›


On November 30th, National Mississippi Day recognizes the home of the Delta blues and the 20th state to join the union.

What is November 28th day? ›

Each year on November 28th, people across the United States enjoy National French Toast Day. Also known as eggy bread or omelet bread, it makes a great breakfast for guests or part of a brunch.

What National Day is Nov 18? ›


Celebrate the Princess in every girl by taking part in National Princess Day on November 18! There's a princess in each of us.


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