January 9th holidays

January 9th is the ninth day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the French Academy of Sciences announced the daguerreotype photography process, Mississippi became the second state to secede before the Civil War, and Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, introduced the original iPhone. Famous birthdays include Sean Paul, Dave Matthews, and Nina Dobrev. January 9th also marks National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

We have 14 holidays listed for January 9.

Jan09

National Clean Your Desk Day

Remember, a messy desk is an invitation to chaos!

Jan09

National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

The perfect time to show officers we understand how difficult their job is.

Jan09

Balloon Ascension Day

Hydrogen-powered hot air balloons are an adventurous, graceful gift of the French people to the world.

Jan09

Coming of Age Day

Coming of Age Day is a Japanese tradition with many interesting elements and much glamour.

Jan09

Golden Globe Awards

Our suggestions will have you glittering and celebrating just like the stars.

Jan09

International Choreographers Day

A 5, 6, a 5, 6, 7, and TURN — it’s International Choreographers Day!

Jan09

National Apricot Day

Romans call apricots precocious, but honestly, we think they are straight-up precious and delicious.

Jan09

National Cassoulet Day

Join foodies across the country as they lick their chops in delight on National Cassoulet Day!

Jan09

National Fourth Graders Day

Let's celebrate the magic of being 9 or 10 and show what fourth graders can do!

Jan09

National Static Electricity Day

Let’s ignite a spark as we celebrate National Static Electricity Day together.

Jan09

National Word Nerd Day

Learn some new words, use some old ones, and maybe even borrow them from someone else!

Jan09

Play God Day

God is good, and Play God Day is a day for us to be the same!

Jan09

Richard Nixon

Nixon’s journey was from a California U.S. representative and senator to the U.S. president.

Jan09

Nina Dobrev

It's difficult not to love the vampire girl, and there's more than one reason for that!