January 29th is the twenty-ninth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was removed from office after being convicted of corruption charges, the first inductees entered the Pro Football and Baseball Hall of Fames, and Charles Curtis of Kansas became the first Native American elected to the United States Senate. Famous birthdays include Oprah Winfrey, Tom Selleck, and Anton Chekhov. January 29th also marks National Puzzle Day.
We have 9 holidays listed for January 29.
National Puzzle Day
Whether it’s a crossword, jigsaw, or Sudoku, puzzles engage our brain in more ways than one.
Auckland Anniversary Day
Let us raise our spirits and toast in honor of Auckland's Anniversary Day.
Wave at the fussed-up cashier at your grocery store and call your grumpy old grandpa.
Get ready to learn about what makes Kansas Day so deserving of national recognition.
National Carnation Day
Carnations are available all season and for every reason. It's National Carnation Day.
National Corn Chip Day
Open that big bag of chips and munch away; this day was made for just that!