Diwali, Yom Kippur, Christmas, Family Day… all pretty top-notch holidays! They're official holidays — many people around the world celebrate them.
But did you know that there are a lot of unofficial holidays? They're usually really fun. Sometimes they're about food (I'm thinking hamburgers!) or about a worthy cause like animals.
We've gathered 12 of these fun holidays — one for each month — that you probably didn't know existed.
January 20th is Cheese Lover’s Day and what better way to celebrate than to eat some cheese while you check out this list of cheesy world records!
On the first Saturday in February, why not try a cool treat for your morning meal to celebrate Ice Cream for Breakfast Day? That is, if your parents let you.
Happy Pi Day! No, not pie day (although that would be delicious), today is pi day — a special math day to celebrate a very unique number. Read on to find out why.
Did you know that the third Wednesday in April is Banana Day? How did that happen?
May 28th is National Hamburger Day! Take a look at the different ways this delicious dish is enjoyed in different countries around the globe.
The yo-yo has its own special day! So get ready to "walk the dog" on Yo-Yo Day this June 6th and learn some fun new facts!
Happy Moon Day! You didn't know July 20th is Moon Day? On this day way back in 1969, astronauts from NASA's Apollo 11 spaceflight were the first humans to land on and step out onto the surface of the Moon.
Sure, every day is ha-ha funny when you know a good joke, right? But did you know there's actually a day just for jokes? It's August 16th and we've rounded up 10 great jokes for you to tell any day you want.
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Look up – way up! September 3rd is Skyscraper Day. It celebrates those huge buildings that stretch towards the clouds in cities around the world.
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October 20th is International Sloth Day! There are actually some pretty cool facts about these slow, hairy, seemingly lazy creatures so read on to get the full scoop.
On November 4th, some people celebrate a discovery that changed the world. British archaeologists uncovered an ancient tomb that contained the mummified body of King Tutankhamun (known as King "Tut" for short). Read on to get the whole story.
December 4th is International Cheetah Day. It's a day to salute this favourite speedy, spotted friend. Read on to learn more about this incredible big cat.