January 6th holidays

January 6th is the sixth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Mother Teresa arrived in Calcutta, India to help its lowest castes; President Roosevelt gave his “Four Freedoms” speech, and Pan Am became the first commercial airline to sell round-the-world tickets. Famous birthdays include Joan of Arc, Rowan Atkinson, and Kate McKinnon. January 6th also marks National Cuddle Up Day and Three Kings Day.

We have 10 holidays listed for January 6.

Jan06

National Bean Day

National Bean Day is the perfect excuse to cook our favorite comfort food.

Jan06

National Cuddle Up Day

It’s a great excuse to warm up by cuddling with those closest to you!

Jan06

Three Kings Day

Three Kings Day marks the glorification of baby Jesus by the Three Wise Men.

Jan06

Apple Tree Day

Celebrate Apple Tree Day and learn about the history of apple cultivation in the U.S.

Jan06

Epiphany

Thought Christmas is over? Epiphany marks the final celebratory day of the Christian holiday season!

Jan06

National Shortbread Day

Is shortbread really that short? Learn all about the name and fame of this Scottish delight.

Jan06

National Smith Day

A day dedicated to all the Smiths and celebrated by all the Smith lovers.

Jan06

National Take a Poet to Lunch Day

Get your wallets out and treat your friendly neighborhood poet to a free lunch!

Jan06

National Take Down the Christmas Tree Day

Waiting for the perfect day to take down your Christmas tree? Well, now you have it.

Jan06

World Day for War Orphans

War affects us all, including children who have to suffer the early pain of parental loss.