April 7th holidays

April 7th is the 97th day in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of the first public, long-distance TV broadcast (from Washington, D.C., to New York City) and Booker T. Washington becoming the first African American to be on a United States postage stamp. Famous April 7th birthdays include John Oates, Jackie Chan, Russell Crowe, and Anne-Marie. April 7th also marks National Beer Day and World Health Day.

We have 5 holidays listed for April 7.

Apr07

National Beer Day

We raise a toast to the oldest and most venerable of all beverages.

Apr07

National Burrito Day

A day to pay homage to the delicious tortillas stuffed with meat, cheese, beans, rice, vegetables, and sauces.

Apr07

World Health Day

World Health Day is an opportunity to focus on the importance of global health.

Apr07

National No Housework Day

Put down the laundry, toss out the to-do list, and take a break.

Apr07

Yom HaShoah

Yom HaShoah brings with it garlands of determination and strength amidst tales of suffering.