We have 25 holidays listed for October 15.
October 15th is the 288th day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day Iraqis voted to ratify a new constitution; Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the Cold War, and Wayne Gretzkey became the all-time scoring leader in the NHL. Famous October 15th birthdays include Friedrich Nietzsche and chef Emeril Legasse. Today is National Grouch Day and National Cheese Curd Day.
Commemoration Day of King's Father
From his birth in 1922 to his death in 2012, King Norodom Sihanouk lived an interesting life.
International Day of Rural Women
Let us celebrate the strength, courage, and triumphs of these superwomen!
Immerse yourself in the rich culture of India by attending the Kullu Dussehra in Himachal Pradesh.
Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti
This Maharaja Agrasen Jayanti, follow in the king’s footsteps and participate in social welfare activities.
Mother's Day in Malawi
Mothers are selfless, strong, and beautiful. They deserve to be honored and celebrated.
National Aesthetician Day
It's time we returned a good deed to our beauty experts — the aestheticians!
National Cheese Curd Day
If you’re a total cheese head, then get excited to celebrate National Cheese Curd.
National HSA Awareness Day
Health is wealth! So it's always important to stay prepared for unplanned emergencies.
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day
In 2015, Latinos accounted for about one quarter of new diagnoses of HIV in the U.S.
National Lemon Bar Day
We're traveling back in time to learn about the sweet history of lemon bars.
National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day
Take the opportunity to reflect, honor, and come together over pregnancy and infant loss.
National Riley Day
If you’ve watched Inside Out, you’re familiar with the name Riley. Well, today is her day!
National Roast Pheasant Day
On National Roast Pheasant Day, learn about one of the most popular U.K. birds.
Sharada Navrati is an autumnal Hindu holiday, held in honor of the divine feminine: "Devi."
Shine a Light Night
On Shine a Light Night, people spend a night outside to show compassion for the homeless.
Sunday School Teacher Appreciation Day
Celebrate regular people who decide to dedicate their time to teach kids about their faith.
Tunisia: Evacuation Day
This day marks the departure of the last French soldiers from Bizerte in Tunisia.
White Cane Safety Day
The white cane represents the blind’s remarkable achievements and symbolizes their independence.
World Students’ Day
World Students' Day is a time to pay tribute to A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the "People's President."
World Toy Camera Day
Get ready to click away as we celebrate the simplest type of camera in the world.