January 25th is the twenty-fifth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Idi Amin launched a coup and became Uganda's President, John F. Kennedy delivered the nation's first live television news conference, and the first Emmy Awards were presented at the Hollywood Athletic Club. Famous birthdays include Alicia Keys, Robert Burns, and Virginia Woolf. January 25th also marks National Irish Coffee Day and National Opposite Day.
We have 14 holidays listed for January 25.
Burns Night honors the Scottish poet, who wrote the New Year's Eve anthem "Auld Lang Syne."
A Room Of One’s Own Day
Independence and education are critical for society at large, not just women.
Library Shelfie Day
We love libraries, and we love selfies. Put them together, and you’ve got library shelfies!
National Fish Taco Day
Tantalize your taste buds as we celebrate one of the world’s most famous fishy dishes.
National Florida Day
Today, we’re celebrating Florida (not the musician, the state). So don’t sleep on these festivities!
National IV Nurse Day
Join us as we lift our hands to salute these committed and dedicated professionals.
Observe the Weather Day
Get ready to learn about what makes Observe the Weather Day such a special day!