We have 25 holidays listed for July 25.
July 25th marks the 206th day in the Gregorian calendar. In 1799, Napoleon Bonaparte defeated the Ottomans. In 1952, Puerto Rico joined the U.S. as a self-governing commonwealth. In 1999, Lance Armstrong became the second American to win the Tour de France. Walter Payton and Matt LeBlanc were born on this day. National Wine and Cheese Day and National Hot Fudge Sundae Day are celebrated on the 25th.
Annexation of Guanacaste Day
Join the celebrations of the Annexation of Guanacaste to Costa Rica, formerly known as Nicoya.
Commemoration of the Assault on Moncada
Fidel Castro marked the failed assault of Moncada as the beginning of his revolution.
A perfect day to appreciate chefs and cooks who enhance your culinary experience!
Earth Overshoot Day
Ever wonder how it will be if we run out of resources on our planet? Read on to find out.
Fiesta de Santiago (Nicaragua)
Join in the festivities and fun activities as we join Nicaraguans in Fiesta de Santiago.
It’s Guanacaste Day! Join this beautiful Costa Rican province in celebrating through music, food, and more.
Health and Happiness with Hypnosis Day
Discover how hypnotherapy can help you improve your overall health and happiness.
Let’s celebrate the strength of mind and spirit exhibited by people named Houston.
International Red Shoe Day
Wear your reds to show your solidarity and appreciation for Lyme disease patients everywhere.
National Drowning Prevention Day
Observe this day to raise awareness about life-saving measures that can help prevent future drownings.
National Hire a Veteran Day
This day aims to teach people about the value of hiring a veteran.
National Merry Go Round Day
A highlight of amusement parks, these rides are still widely popular across America and the globe.
National Refreshment Day
Hit the refresh button on your life by pausing to indulge in a refreshing drink.
National Wine and Cheese Day
One of the most basic, yet classic food-and-drink pairings is wine and cheese.
Puerto Rico Constitution Day
Learn how Puerto Rico is fighting for full citizenship rights and autonomy even after centuries.