January 10th holidays

January 10th is the tenth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Wang Mang seized the Han dynasty throne and created his Xin dynasty, Thomas Paine published “Common Sense," and German filmmaker Fritz Lang released his futuristic film “Metropolis." Famous birthdays include Rod Stewart, George Foreman, and Pat Benatar. January 10th also marks National Cut Your Energy Costs Day.

We have 8 holidays listed for January 10.


National Clean Your Desk Day

Remember, a messy desk is an invitation to chaos!


National Houseplant Appreciation Day

Have the post-holiday blues? Brighten up your house with a lovely plant.


National Bittersweet Chocolate Day

Treat your taste buds with the tanginess of dark chocolate and gear up for one wild celebration!


National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

Wasting energy is among the nastiest things we can do in life, and to the planet.


National Fourth Graders Day

Let's celebrate the magic of being 9 or 10 and show what fourth graders can do!


National Oysters Rockefeller Day

Quick! Get your fork and spoon — there’s a half-shell culinary wonder that needs our attention.


National Save The Eagles Day

Get a birds-eye view of freedom, grit, and democracy as we learn about America’s majestic bird.


Peculiar People Day

Where’s the fun in being normal? Let’s get extra-ordinary and do great exploits.