We have 21 holidays listed for April 4.
April 4th is the 94th day in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of Los Angeles being incorporated as a city, the founding of The Kennel Club, and the opening of Warner Bros. Pictures. Famous April 4th birthdays include Clive Davis, Craig T. Nelson, David Cross, Robert Downey Jr., David Blaine, Heath Ledger, Natasha Lyonne, Amanda Righetti, and Austin Mahone. April 4th also marks National Hug a Newsperson Day and National Walking Day.
National Burrito Day
A day to pay homage to the delicious tortillas stuffed with meat, cheese, beans, rice, vegetables, and sauces.
National Hug a Newsperson Day
Warm up those hugging muscles because we’re showing our appreciation for newspeople in a big way.
Cheng Ming Festival
Honor your ancestors’ lives by burning a candle and paying your respects to them.
Discover National Parks Fortnight
Get off the couch, grab your backpack, and head outdoors to enjoy a few beautiful views.
International Carrot Day
Shake off the dirt and wear your best orange on this International Carrot Day.
International Day for Landmine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action
Let’s pay homage to those working to make war zones habitable on holiday.
International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action
This International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, let’s make the world landmine-free.
Let’s observe the day by taking a pilgrimage to the site of the Habsburgs battle.
National Alcohol Screening Day
Let’s say no to alcohol, and yes to a healthy body and mind. Let’s take action!
National Cordon Bleu Day
This dish comes conferred with the highest honor, join us in paying homage!
National Dillon Day
Let the mighty roar of the Dillons of the world ring through this day of honor!
National School Librarian Day
School librarians are invaluable as they inculcate the habit of reading and lifelong learning.
National Walk Around Things Day
Vague but also compelling, right? We circle back to how this day may have started.
Qingming Festival is when people honor their ancestors through traditional food offerings and by sweeping tombs.
Senegal Independence Day
Have you ever heard about Senegal’s story of gaining freedom from France? Read on!
Tell a Lie Day
There are certain times when lying is acceptable, Tell A Lie Day is one of those times.
Victims of Violence Wholly Day
On Victims of Violence Wholly Day, let’s honor and stand with those fighting racial injustice.
World Rat Day
Today, let us learn more about the world’s most underappreciated, underrated, yet adorable pet.