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Daily Holidays of 2014
Daily, Weekly*, Monthly* Holidays & Celebrations
(We have made every effort to assure that the dates below are correct)

Today We're
Celebrating:

Oct 20th 2014
Independence Day (4th of July – US) Celebrating the 235th birthday of the United States of America: On this day in 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress. And in honor of the day – Holidays on the Net invites you to celebrate America’s birthday with us. Whether you enjoy BBQs, [...]
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Week of January 13 - January 19, 2014
Mon, 13th Jan: Old New Year's Eve (Russia)
Liberation Day (Togo)
Tyvendedagen (Norway)
Tue, 14th Jan: Ratification Day
Wed, 15th Jan: Humanitarian Day
Birthday - Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday (actual)
Thu, 16th Jan: Appreciate a Dragon Day
Golden Globe Awards
National Nothing Day
Religious Freedom Day
World Religion Day
Haru-No-Yabuiri (Japan)
John Chilembwe Day (Malawi)
National Day of Peace (El Salvador)
Fri, 17th Jan: Judgment Day
Kid Inventor's Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (observed)
St. Anthony's Day (Christian)
Anniversary - PGA of America
Birthday - Benjamin Franklin (statesman)
Liberation Day (Poland)
Sat, 18th Jan: Pooh Day
Rid the World of Fad Diets and Gimmicks Day
Anniversary - Lewis & Clark Expedition Commission
Sun, 19th Jan: Tin Can Day
Tu B'Shvat (Jewish - begins at sundown)
Wolf Moon
Birthday - Edgar Allen Poe
Birthday - General Robert E. Lee
Confederate Heroes Day (Texas)
Timket (Ethiopia)



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Fun Fact #1: "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You" was printed on the first Christmas card. Now with many corporations also sending out corporate holiday cards, you often also see the more generic "Happy Holidays" printed on the cover.

Fun Fact #2: Nearly 2 billion holiday cards are sent every year. Consumer Christmas cards and personalized corporate holiday cards make up the majority of cards mailed.

Did you know that every day is a holiday? Everyday. Somewhere. Someone is celebrating something! And now you can too! Visit our Daily Holidays on the Net website for more info...