January 8th Holidays

January 8th is the eighth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Crazy Horse fought a final battle with the U.S. Cavalry, America’s Democratic Party was organized, and Leonardo da Vinci’s 'Mona Lisa' was exhibited in America for the first time. Famous birthdays include Elvis Presley, Stephen Hawking, and David Bowie. January 8th also marks National Bubble Bath Day.

We have 14 holidays listed for January 8.

Jan08

National Bubble Bath Day

Nothing like slipping into the hot water of a bubble bath for a nice relaxing time.

Jan08

Argyle Day

Diamonds are forever — let’s take a look at the popular argyle pattern and its history.

Jan08

Earth's Rotation Day

The Earth rotates on an almost-vertical axis every 24 hours, which gives us one Earth day.

Jan08

National English Toffee Day

Enjoy the delicious richness of America’s favorite toffee variant this National English Toffee Day.

Jan08

National JoyGerm Day

Spreading positive energy, ideas, and happiness is how you can celebrate National JoyGerm Day.

Jan08

National Man Watcher's Day

Join us as we create balance in the world by putting men under the spotlight.

Jan08

National Snuggle a Chicken Day

There’s more to this feathery domestic bird than just being an ingredient for a sumptuous meal.

Jan08

National Sunday Supper Day

Let us inspire you to create a closer bond with your family members with shared mealtimes.

Jan08

National Winter Skin Relief Day

See how you can remedy the drastic effects winter can have on your skin!

Jan08

Show And Tell At Work Day

Join us as we celebrate Show and Tell At Work Day this January 8!

Jan08

The Baptism of the Lord

Let’s see why the Baptism of the Lord is so significant to believers worldwide.

Jan08

Unknown Citizens’ Day

Join us as we celebrate the backbone of Filipino society this Unknown Citizens’ Day!

Jan08

War on Poverty Day

Here’s how to celebrate War on Poverty Day and the poverty-reducing initiatives the Johnson administration proposed.

Jan08

World Typing Day

Rest those fingers as we celebrate typing and the revolution it was back in the day.