September 25th is the 268th day of the Gregorian calendar. Congress passed the Bill of Rights; the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism was established in New York City. Bill Cosby was sentenced to prison for sexual misconduct. Famous birthdays include William Faulkner, Barbara Walters and Will Smith. Today is National Comic Book Day.
We have 30 holidays listed for September 25.
National Daughters Day
Celebrate and cherish daughters who bring so much love and into our lives.
National Lobster Day
A fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days.
Bathukamma Starting Day
Bathukamma is a day that honors the gods for the blessings they have bestowed upon us.
Death of Prophet Muhammed
Take time to reflect on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad as we honor his death.
German Butterbrot Day
Get the bread, get the butter, it’s time to celebrate German Butterbrot Day!
Gold Star Mother’s and Family Day
Honoring families of those who have received The Gold Star – the military award no one wants.
International Ataxia Awareness Day
A day to recognize the concentrated efforts in throwing light on this rare disease.
West Bengal, Odisha, Karnataka, and Tripura, your time has come to celebrate Mahalaya.
Martyrdom of Imam Reza
Mourners, pay respect to the revered Shia Imam on the day of the Martyrdom of Imam Reza.
Math Storytelling Day
A fun and interesting way to celebrate a subject typically feared by many.
National Food Service Employee Day
Visit your local restaurant and show your appreciation for the staff that does it all.
National One-Hit Wonder Day
Start making your throwback playlists as we pay homage to our one-hit wonders!
National Psychotherapy Day
A recognition day for a treatment that helps to alleviate stress and mental problems.
National Quesadilla Day
Get your plates and forks ready as we celebrate this delicious Mexican dish.
National Roadkill Day
A sustainable way to feed America and clean the streets — it’s National Roadkill Day!
National Wade Day
Wade is a popular masculine name of Anglo-Saxon origin with a peculiar meaning.
National YogaFit Day
Get your mats ready for National YogaFit Day and attain physical and mental fitness!
One-Hit Wonder Day
Ever wondered how you know the lyrics to songs that have been around longer than you have?
Research Administrator Day
Celebrate the administrators who put in hard work to conduct important research.
Rosh Hashanah, literally translating to ‘head of the year’, is the Jewish New Year.
World Day of The Deaf
Let's celebrate the achievements of deaf people, as we help create a safer environment for them.
World Pharmacists Day
We're shedding light on how Pharmacists Day came to be and sharing fun ideas to celebrate.
World Rivers Day
Observe World Rivers Day by educating yourself and getting involved in clean-up drives.