Holidays in November (2015 Calendar)

Welcome to November! Only one month before we can start celebrating Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanza, Saturnalia, and any other holidays celebrated in December. (Sorry, those are the only holidays I know in December. If I forgot any, I’ll bring them up next month.) Just kidding with part of that. In some parts of America, the Christmas music is already on the radio if not hidden amongst the Fall decorations. November is also National Adoption Awareness Month and Peanut Butter Lovers Month. I am also presenting that today is also the start of National Novel Writing Month, which I will be participating in this year. Don’t look for my book out in stores. I am a college student as well; I still need to get good grades. And as usually, if you want any more information about the holidays listed in this post, you can always head over to Holiday Insights. I know I always do.

  1. All Saint’s Day
  2. All Soul’s Day, Deviled Egg Day, Look for Circles Day, Plan you Epitaph Day
  3. Housewife’s Day, Sandwich Day, US General Election Day (always the first Tuesday)
  4. King Tut Day
  5. Gunpowder Day, Guy Fawkes Day, Men Make Dinner Day (always the first Thursday)
  6. Marooned without a Compass Day, Saxophone Day
  7. Book Lover’s Day (always the first Saturday), Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
  8. Cook Something Bold Day, Dunce Day
  9. Chaos Never Dies Day
  10. Forget-Me-Not Day, USMC Day, Young Readers Day (always the second Tuesday)
  11. Veteran’s Day
  12. Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
  13. National Indian Pudding Day, Sandie Hawkins Day, World Kindness Day
  14. Operating Room Nurse Day, World Diabetes Day
  15. Clean Your Refrigerator Day, America Recycles Day, National Philanthropy Day
  16. Button Day, Have a Party With Your Bear Day
  17. Electronic Greeting Day, Homemade Bread day, Take a Hike Day, World Peace Day
  18. Occult Day
  19. Great America Smokeout (always the third Thursday), Have a Bad Day Day
  20. Absurdity Day, Beautiful Day, Universal Children’s Day
  21. Falso Confession Day, National Adoption Day (always the Saturday before Thanksgiving), World Hello Day
  22. Go For a Ride Day
  23. Eat a Cranberry Day, National Cashew Day
  24. Evolution Day, Al Our Uncles are Monkeys Day
  25. National Parfait Day
  26. Shopping Reminder Day, Thanksgiving
  27. Black Friday (always the Friday after Thanksgiving), Buy Nothing Day (ironically), Pins and Needles Day, You’re Welcome Day (always the day after Thanksgiving)
  28. Make Your Ow Head Day, Red Planet Day
  29. Square Dance Day
  30. Stay at Home Because You Are Well Day