January 4th holidays

January 4th is the fourth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, former slave Solomon Northrup — who authored his bestselling memoir “Twelve Years a Slave” — gained his freedom, and the musical “Gypsy” closed on Broadway after 120 performances. Famous birthdays include Sir Isaac Newton, Tina Knowles, Louis Braille. January 4th also marks National Spaghetti Day and National Trivia Day.

We have 11 holidays listed for January 4.

Jan04

National Spaghetti Day

A big bowl of noodle-y, saucy goodness is balm for the soul.

Jan04

National Trivia Day

Enjoy wowing your friends with interesting stats and frivolous facts? Today is your day to shine!

Jan04

Dimpled Chad Day

Learn all about Dimpled Chad Day by rewinding the clock to the tumultuous 2000 presidential election.

Jan04

Free Flower Basket Day

Go on, give baskets full of beautiful flowers to your adored and beloved ones.

Jan04

National Missouri Day

It’s that time of year when the ‘Show-Me’ state has something to show, will you observe?

Jan04

Perihelion Day

Gear up for this natural event that brings us closest to the sun.

Jan04

Pop Music Chart Day

Go ahead and crank up the volume 'cause it's time to groove to some pop.

Jan04

Tom Thumb Day

General Tom Thumb — a dwarf actor — took the entertainment industry by storm!

Jan04

Weigh-In Day

Weigh into the latest fitness and diet routines to recover from the holiday eating period.

Jan04

World Braille Day

Let’s spread awareness about Braille and all other forms of communication that are accessible!

Jan04

World Hypnotism Day

On the count of three, you’ll be fully ready to celebrate this day with us.

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