We have 28 holidays listed for February 3.
February 3rd is the 34th day of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Sultan Mehmed II inherited the throne of the Ottoman Empire, Spain acknowledged American independence, and the 16th Amendment to the Constitution authorized the federal government to collect income tax. Famous birthdays include Ferdinand Magellan, Amal Clooney, and Isla Fisher. February 3rd also marks Doggy Date Night and National Wear Red Day.
Doggy Date Night
Learn all about ways to celebrate man’s best friend and get ready for Doggy Date Night!
National Bubble Gum Day
Kids learn about the value of charity and break the classic "no-gum" rule.
National Golden Retriever Day
The calm temperament, intelligence, and playfulness make them ideal best friends for any dog lover.
American Painters Day
Painting is a celebrated art form since only a select few are blessed with the gift.
Anniversary of the Liberation of the Battle of Manila
The U.S. and Philippine forces recall the Japanese invasion at the Battle of Manila.
Chew your favorite bubblegum, practice your bubble blowing and give back this Bubblegum Day.
Commemoration of the Batepá Massacre
To the fearless creole martyrs who risked their lives for better working conditions.
Four Chaplains Day
The Four Chaplains remind us all of our ability to rise above our self-interest.
Mozambican Heroes Day
Mozambican Heroes Day is a day of national festivity and pride. Let’s learn more.
National Cordova Ice Worm Day
Celebrate National Cordova Ice Worm Day by entering a competition to win a gift!
National Missing Persons Day
Participate in the efforts to help find missing persons with these tips.
National Wedding Ring Day
Did you know wedding rings weren’t always needed to mark the commitment between couples?
National Woman's Heart Day
Pledge to protect a woman’s life by protecting her from cardiovascular diseases.
Our Lady of Suyapa
Prayerfully prepare for the feast of The Virgin of Suyapa with the following in mind.
Take a Cruise Day
Take a voyage into the vastness of the ocean for a life-changing experience.
The Day the Music Died
We pay our respects and honor the lives of these musical talents who died too soon.
Virgin of Suyapa's Day
This Virgin of Suyapa’s Day, let’s celebrate the Virgin Mary, known as Lady Suyapa.