October 28th holidays

October 28th is the 301st day of the Gregorian calendar. On this day Elvis Presley received a polio vaccination on national television; Italian fascists led by Benito Mussolini marched on Rome and took over the Italian government, and then U.S. President Grover Cleveland dedicated the Statue of Liberty. Famous October 28th birthdays include Bill Gates and Julia Roberts. Today is National Immigrants Day and National Chocolate Day.

We have 9 holidays listed for October 28.


National Chocolate Day

Today is nothing short of a special tribute to mankind’s greatest culinary invention. (Sorry, pizza.)


Bandanna Day

Discover interesting ways to observe Bandanna Day and offer much-needed support to people with cancer.


Frankenstein Friday

Mary Shelley's creation spawned an entire genre, countless movie adaptations, and widespread recognition.


International Animation Day

Remember when you thought the best thing you could do in life was to watch cartoons.


National Breadstick Day

Breadsticks are slender sticks of baked crispy dry goodness invented in Italy.


​National First Responders Day

We recognizes the heroic men and women who take immediate action when disaster strikes.


​National Immigrants Day

As Americans, we are proud of our long history of welcoming immigrants from around the world.


National Pharmacy Buyer Day

We have some ideas on how to show love to those who source our meds.


Ohi Day

Find out what Ohi Day is and why it is celebrated by the Greeks.