We have 25 holidays listed for February 4.
February 4th is the 35th day of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Emperor Taizu was coronated, ushering in the 300-year run of the Song dynasty; the Confederate States of America was formed; and Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook. Famous birthdays include Alice Cooper, Charles Lindberg, and Rosa Parks. February 4th also marks World Cancer Day and National Eat Ice Cream for Breakfast Day.
World Cancer Day
An important day to raise awareness about prevention, detection, and treatment of this fatal disease.
Angola Liberation Day
Angola Liberation Day is the day when Angolans fought tenaciously against colonial rule.
British Yorkshire Pudding Day
This baked pudding is honored for its centuries-long stalwart place in the British food lexicon.
Dump Your Significant Jerk Day
This day is observed to help those in a seriously bad relationship get out of it.
Flood your timeline with wishes for Facebook, the app that keeps you connected.
Prepare to harvest the blessings of Lichun and the new year with your farm produce.
International Day of Human Fraternity
Here’s everything you need to know about this day and the events leading up to it.
National Day Sri Lanka
Celebrate Sri Lanka’s Independence from Great Britain and the colonization that came with their rule.
National Homemade Soup Day
National Homemade Soup Day is celebrated on February 4. Soup is the perfect winter meal. People have been enjoying this simple yet extremely delicious dish…
National Israel Day
Happy Israel Day to everyone bearing this name as well as the nation itself!
National Quacker Day
Calling out all ‘Quacker’ women! Celebrate your queen and her legacy today.
National Stuffed Mushroom Day
Tantalize your taste buds with this delightful delicacy, but don't forget to appreciate its existence too.
National Thank a Mailman Day
Technology may have evolved, but mailmen are still crucial to all of us.
Philippine-American War Memorial Day
On Philippine-American War Memorial Day, let’s remember those who fought valiantly for freedom.
We celebrate the Scout’s oath and law which helps adolescents reach their full potential!