November 16th is the 330th day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day pop group Milli Vanilli was stripped of their Grammy Award when it was discovered they didn't actually do any of the singing on the record that won; the United States and the Soviet Union first established diplomatic relations, and the Federal Reserve Bank officially opened. Famous November 16th birthdays include the actress Martha Plimpton and English footballer Paul Scholes. Today is National Button Day and National Fast Food Day.
We have 5 holidays listed for November 16.
International Day For Tolerance
Think back—when’s the last time you had a different perspective than one of your friends?
A prominent Hindu festival when women pray for long and prosperous lives for their brothers.
National Button Day
The button as a means to fasten clothes has been around since 13th century Germany.
National Entrepreneur's Day
Radical inventions by brilliant minds have shaped our lives today, not to mention our future.