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Daily Holidays of 2016
Daily, Weekly*, Monthly* Holidays & Celebrations
(We have made every effort to assure that the dates below are correct)

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Week of October 24 - October 30, 2016
Mon, 24th Oct: United Nations Day
UN World Development Information Day
Independence Day (Zambia)
Labor Day (New Zealand)
Tue, 25th Oct: Saint Crispin's Day
Sourest Day
Birthday - Pablo Picasso (artist)
Retrocession Day (Taiwan)
Wed, 26th Oct: Diwali (Deepavali - Hindu)
Mule Day
Perigean Spring Tides
Birthday - Hillary Rodham Clinton (Secretary of State)
National Day (Austria)
Thu, 27th Oct: Cranky Co-Workers Day
Navy Day
Anniversary - NYC Subway
Birthday - President Theodore Roosevelt (26th President)
Birthday - Roy Lichtenstein (artist)
Independence Day (Turkmenistan)
Fri, 28th Oct: Frankenstein Friday
Saint Jude's Day
Statue Of Liberty Day
Birthday - Jonas Salk (polo vaccine)
Independence Day (Czech Republic)
Ochi Day (Greece)
Sat, 29th Oct: National Cat Day
National Forgiveness Day
Anniversary - Internet
Anniversary - Stock Market Crash (1929)
Republic Day (Turkey)
Sun, 30th Oct: Checklists Day
Create a Great Funeral Day
Devil's Night
Haunted Refrigerator Night
Reformation Sunday
Birthday - President John Adams' Birthday (2nd President)
Birthday - Emily Post (Author)

Join us as we celebrate...

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...
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