November 20th holidays

November 20th is the 334th day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day a fire broke out at Windsor Castle in England causing more than $70 million in damage; the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia gained strength, as more than 200,000 protesters gathered in Prague, and the Nuremberg trials of accused Nazi war criminals started in Nuremberg's Palace of Justice. Famous November 20th birthdays include Robert F. Kennedy and actress Bo Derek. Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance and Universal Children's Day.

We have 9 holidays listed for November 20.


Future Teachers of America Day

Even as children we knew there was great power in being a teacher.


Universal Children’s Day

Investing in our future means investing in our children.


Black Consciousness Day

Join hands with us to stand against racial oppression on this day in Brazil.


International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

This day is all about showing support and love to the survivors of suicide.


National Absurdity Day

Exchange social customs and dull norms for playful and untethered behaviors, expressions, and ideas.


National Adoption Day

Thousands of foster children are welcomed into their forever homes!


National Pay Back Your Parents Day

You turned out just fine, so now you can pay back your parents!


National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

Peanut butter fudge tastes fantastic and is much easier to make than chocolate fudge.


Transgender Day of Remembrance

For generations, transgender people have suffered various forms of abuse (and even death).