The Holidays between December 1st and January 1st

Riley Story, Reporter

Did you know there’s actually more holidays than you think between Dec. 1 and Jan. 1? If you are very random and like doing things to keep you occupied, here is a list of random holidays/National Days from December 1st to January 1st.

December 1st: National Christmas Lights Day

December 2st: Popping Popcorn Day

December 3rd: Let’s Hug Day

December 4th: National Cookie Day

December 5th: World Wildlife Conservation Day 

December 6th: Walt Disney day, Hanukkah Ends (Starts November 28th)

December 7th: National Cotton Candy Day, Pearl Harbor Day

December 8th: National Brownie Day

December 9th: Christmas Card Day 

December 10th: International Animal Rights Day

December 11th: Christmas Dress Day

December 12th: GingerBread House Day

December 13th: National Hot Cocoa Day

December 14th: National Free Shipping Day

December 15th: National Cupcake Day

December 16th: National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

December 17th: Ugly Christmas Sweater Day

December 18th: Bake Cookies Day

December 19th: National Hard Candy Day

December 20th: Go Caroling Day

December 21st: National Cross Word Puzzle Day 

December 22nd: National Short Person Day 

December 23rd: Christmas Movie Marathon Day

December 24th: Christmas Eve

December 25th: Christmas Day 

December 26th: Kwanza Starts (Ends January 1st)

December 27th: Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day

December 28th: National Chocolate Candy Day

December 29th: Still Need To-Do Day

December 30th: National Bacon Day

December 31st: New Years Eve

January 1st: New Years Day (Kwanza Ends)


As you can see there are a variety of different holidays to look forward to over Christmas break and if you want you can celebrate/participate in those holidays by getting, doing or wearing things. Also you can’t forget about Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and New Years, the main Holidays of December and January.