December Days



With Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas right around the corner, and memories of Halloween and Thanksgiving still fresh, it might seem pointless to even think about any more holidays for the next few months. But occasions like Bake Cookies Day (December 18) and Make Cut Out Snowflake Day (December 27) are available as low-stress options for even the most exhausted of us. So go ahead! Dig out some flour and sugar, find some paper, or pull out all the stops and celebrate Roots Day (December 23) by creating your own family tree. And who knows? Maybe it’ll even become an annual tradition.


December 8: Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day

December 9: Christmas Card Day

December 10: Human Rights Day

December 11: International Mountain Day

December 13: Violin Day

December 15: National Lemon Cupcake Day

December 18: International Migrants Day

December 21: Winter Solstice/National Flashlight Day

December 28: Card Playing Day

December 31: No Interruptions Day

January 1: Copyright Law Day

January 3: Festival of Sleep Day


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