March 7th holidays

March 7 is the sixty-sixth day (sixty-seventh in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of Bloody Sunday: when a group of 600 civil rights marchers were brutally attacked by state and local police in Selma, Alabama. Famous March 7 birthdays include Wanda Sykes, Jenna Fischer, Laura Prepon. March 7th also marks National Be Heard Day and National Cereal Day.

We have 9 holidays listed for March 7.


National Be Heard Day

Draft out that business plan, and set the groundwork for your ideas to be heard!


National Cereal Day

A bowl of cereal, a spoon and some milk equals a party in your mouth!


Alexander Graham Bell Day

Alexander Graham Bell revolutionized how we communicate when he invented the telephone.


National Crown Roast of Pork Day

Add regality to your dinner table with a crown roast of pork at its center.


National Flapjack Day

Indulge in some yummy, fun, and nutrition-rich flapjacks for breakfast to fuel your day.


National Library Workers Day

Libraries work because library workers work! Let’s recognize their contributions.


National Sportsmanship Day

The worst way to lose is to fail to show good sportsmanship this National Sportsmanship Day.


Plant Power Day

Get ready to experience and love all the healthy benefits of plant-based eating.


Sock Monkey Day

Give your old socks a new lease on life as we mark Sock Monkey Day.