March 4th is the sixty-third day (sixty-fourth in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of Vermont becoming the fourteenth state, the passing of the 11th Amendment, and the formation of the United States Department of Labor. Famous March 4th birthdays include Steven Weber, Whitney Port, and Brooklyn Beckham. March 4th also marks National Grammar Day and National Hug a G.I. Day.
We have 15 holidays listed for March 4.
National Grammar Day
“It’s an imperative to speak well, write well, and help others do the same!”
National Hug a G.I. Day
The only day on the calendar that’s also a military command — "March Forth!"
National Sons Day
Boys will be boys and molding our sons into responsible men is a journey in itself.
Benjamin Harrison Day
Join us as we celebrate and remember Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd President of the United States.
Brain Injury Awareness Day
Follow the evolution of our understanding of brain injuries and why collective awareness is important.
Courageous Follower Day
Learn about the two sides of the leadership coin on Courageous Follower Day.
Holy Experiment Day
Did you know that Holy Experiment Day is about the story of the Founding of Pennsylvania?
Marching Music Day
March to the rhythm and celebrate the musicians, composers, and performers of the ‘march’ music genre.
National Pound Cake Day
Today, we celebrate pound cakes, remembering everything the minimalist dessert has to offer.
National Safety Day
National Safety Day is a major event supported by both local and national Indian governments.
National Snack Day
Stock up your cupboards and mark your calendars in honor of National Snack Day.
Old Inauguration Day
Ever wondered why the law that changed the old inauguration date was nicknamed “Lame Duck Amendment”?
Toy Soldier Day
Relive your childhood and have fun with our charming chronicle of Toy Soldier Day!