We have 20 holidays listed for March 6.
March 6th is the sixty-fifth day (sixty-sixth in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Paris of 1323 and the signing of the Missouri Compromise: a compromise that allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state, brought Maine into the Union as a free state, and made the entire northern part of the Louisiana Purchase territory slavery-free. Famous March 6th birthdays include Mary Wilson, Rob Reiner, Connie Britton, Shaquille O'Neal. March 6th also marks National Dentist’s Day, National Dress Day, National Frozen Food Day, and National Oreo Cookie Day.
National Frozen Food Day
Stock up your freezers to celebrate subzero sustenance on National Frozen Food Day.
National Oreo Cookie Day
With crisp chocolate cookies and creamy filling, these little cookies have captured hearts — and our stomachs.
Day of Memorial And Respect For Veterans
Day of Memorial and Respect for Veterans is an event in Kosovo that honors all veterans.
Day of the Dude
Take a chill pill, and enjoy life’s simple moments on this holiday that’s all about relaxation.
Discover What Your Name Means Day
Let’s get ready to search for the true meaning of our name this holiday!
Ghana Independence Day
Ghanaians celebrate the heroes who led the way in the country’s struggle for independence.
Iraq Day Of Tolerance And Coexistence
Observe Iraq Day of Tolerance and Coexistence to promote religious tolerance in Iraq.
Learn What Your Name Means Day
What’s in a name? Turns out, a lot. Let’s find out what your name actually means.
National Brian Day
Let’s celebrate all variants of the name Brian today right here on National Brian Day!
National Report General Service Administration (GSA) Fraud Day
The day sensitizes the public to fraud committed against the G.S.A. government program.
National Shirley Day
Raise a Shirley Temple for the Shirleys of the world this National Shirley Day.
National White Chocolate Cheesecake Day
Who doesn’t love a rich, creamy cheesecake? No one. Absolutely no one.