January 14th Holidays

January 14th is the fourteenth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the program Today made its debut on NBC, Elvis Presley's concert, Aloha from Hawaii, was broadcast via satellite and became the most watched television program for an individual entertainer, and Tito was inaugurated as President of Yugoslavia. Famous birthdays include LL Cool J, Benedict Arnold, and Dave Grohl. January 14th also marks National Dress Up Your Pet Day and National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day.

We have 13 holidays listed for January 14.

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National Dress Up Your Pet Day

Dress up your furry family member in comfortable pet clothing — maybe even get matching outfits!

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National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day

Our mouths are watering just thinking about how we’re going to celebrate.

Jan14

Cesarean Section Day

The C-section is performed when normal delivery poses a risk to the mother or child.

Jan14

Feast of the Ass Day

Celebrate one of the Bible’s unsung heroes as we mark Feast of the Ass Day!

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International Kite Day

Let your colorful, creative masterpieces take to the sky as we celebrate International Kite Day.

Jan14

National Undhiyu Day

Gather at the table and join in partaking of this mouth-watering delicacy.

Jan14

National Vision Board Day

Get creative, using your imagination and pictures to envision the goals you desire for your life.

Jan14

Novy God (Russian New Year)

Learn more about why Russia gets to celebrate New Year twice every year!

Jan14

Organize Your Home Day

Survey. Sort. Prioritize. Reorganize. Because there is no place like your home.

Jan14

Orthodox New Year

Join in as we celebrate the beginning of an Old New Year, and discover its history!

Jan14

Ratification Day

Fly the American flag high as we celebrate Ratification Day in style.

Jan14

Take a Missionary to Lunch Day

Today we celebrate missionaries across the globe for their adventurous spirit and selfless acts.

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World Logic Day

We’re getting logical and doing some critical thinking on World Logic Day.