January 21st is the twenty-first day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the Women's March took place in cities across the world, protesting the election of Donald Trump; a coal mine collapsed in Holly Country, South Africa, killing 435 miners; and New York City passed an ordinance making it illegal for women to smoke in public. Famous birthday include Grigori Rasputen, Geena Davis, and Jack Nicklaus. January 21st also marks National Hugging Day and National Banana Bread Day.
We have 18 holidays listed for January 21.
National Squirrel Appreciation Day
National Squirrel Appreciation Day is a day to learn about and celebrate the world’s cutest rodents.
We have all the reasons why you should show your grandmother appreciation today!
International Sweatpants Day
Have fun and rock your favorite baggy sweatpants this International Sweatpants Day.
National Cheesy Socks Day
Get ready to sport your favorite cheesy socks. Let the world admire you!
National Conscious Uncoupling Day
Let’s promote amicable separation through conscious uncoupling to prevent families from being broken by divorce.
National Hug Your Puppy Day
It’s National Hug Your Puppy Day — pick up your puppy and give him/her a hug!
National Max Day
Live your life to the fullest! What if your first and last name are both Max?
Own Your Own Home Day
Owning a home is not exactly easy, so why not celebrate your homeownership status.