October 25th is the 298th day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day the People's Republic of China replaced the Republic of China in the United Nations; after 74 days on a hunger strike in Brixton Prison, England, the Sinn Féin Lord Mayor of Cork, Terence MacSwiney, died, and the Toronto Stock Exchange was created. Famous October 25th birthdays include Pablo Picasso and Johann Strauss II. Today is National Art Day and World Pasta Day.
We have 8 holidays listed for October 25.
British Summertime Ends
Like many other countries, the U.K. changes its clocks twice a year to extend daylight.
National Greasy Foods Day
Time to fire up the frying oil, chop the potatoes, and break out the napkins.
National I Care About You Day
We honor our loved ones for no other reason but to tell them we are grateful.
National Mother-in-Law Day
These “second moms” are always there to help, contribute, and, sometimes, lovingly criticize.