October 15th holidays

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.

We have 18 holidays listed for October 15.

Oct15

National Fetch Day

A chance to get out in the yard, get some exercise, and build some memories.

Oct15

National Grouch Day

We honor the world's favorite grouch, Oscar, from "Sesame Street,"

Oct15

Universal Music Day

Join the symphony as we celebrate this day with music.

Oct15

National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

Take the opportunity to reflect, honor, and come together over pregnancy and infant loss.

Oct15

National Mushroom Day

Portobello, shiitake, button, truffle — we’re talking mushrooms here.

Oct15

National Motorcycle Ride Day

Gear up to go on a biking adventure of a lifetime.

Oct15

National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

In 2015, Latinos accounted for about one quarter of new diagnoses of HIV in the U.S.

Oct15

​National I Love Lucy Day

Who doesn’t love this iconic comedy?

Oct15

National Costume Swap Day

Get ready to make heads turn as we pick out the best costumes for you.

Oct15

Sweetest Day

It’s a day to give a card with a sweet message to someone you appreciate.

Oct15

National Cheese Curd Day

If you’re a total cheese head, then get excited to celebrate National Cheese Curd.

Oct15

National Aesthetician Day

It's time we returned a good deed to our beauty experts — the aestheticians!

Oct15

International Day of Rural Women

Let us celebrate the strength, courage, and triumphs of these superwomen!

Oct15

International African Penguin Awareness Day

Get your flippers ready as we enter the world of one of nature’s most endearing birds.

Oct15

Hoshana Rabbah

The Jewish holiday's roots are in celebration of thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest.

Oct15

Global Handwashing Day

It's simple: Wash your hands, save lives.

Oct15

Bridge Day

Join the other adrenaline-fueled daredevils at the New River Gorge Bridge on Bridge Day.

Oct15

White Cane Safety Day

The white cane represents the blind’s remarkable achievements and symbolizes their independence.