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October

October is the spookiest month of the year, with Halloween on October 31st being the most widely celebrated holiday. Aside from its eerie atmosphere, October is also one of the most fun months of the year, with people spending the entire month preparing for Halloween.

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World Vegetarian Day

Every year on October 1st, World Vegetarian Day is observed. The day raises awareness around the world about the health and environmental benefits of vegetarianism, as well as the ethics of living a vegetarian lifestyle.

Sat
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International Coffee Day

International Coffee Day is a day set aside to promote and celebrate coffee as a beverage, with events taking place all over the world. On this day, savor and appreciate your favorite caffeinated beverage, and remember to share it on social media with ...

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2

International Day of Nonviolence

All UN member states observe the International Day of Nonviolence on October 2, Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday. The goal of this day is to spread the message of nonviolence, including through education and public awareness, in order to establish a cul ...

Sun
2

World Farm Animals Day

World Farm Animals Day was established to draw attention to the poor living conditions of some farm animals and to raise awareness in the hope that something can be done to improve their lives. Visit a farm with your friends and family on this day, or ...

Mon
3

World Habitat Day

Every year on the first Monday of October, the world celebrates World Habitat Day. It was officially designated by the United Nations and celebrated for the first time in 1986. This day aims to raise awareness about the state of our cities and towns, a ...

Mon
3

World Architecture Day

World Architecture Day is a day to honor architects and celebrate some of the world’s greatest architectural works. Make sure to pay tribute to your favorite architects on social media with #WorldArchitectureDay or attend conferences and exhibiti ...

Mon
3

National Techies Day

Every year on October 3, National Techies Day is observed. Students are encouraged to consider a career in technology on National Techies Day. To commemorate #NationalTechiesDay, share your technology experiences and learn more about the innovative tec ...

Tue
4

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is Judaism’s holiest day of the year. Atonement and repentance are central themes. Jews traditionally observe this holy day by fasting and praying for 25 hours, often spending the majority of the da ...

Tue
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World Animal Day

World Animal Day is an annual international action day for animal rights and welfare held on October 4, the feast day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. This day brings together the animal welfare movement to raise the status of animals ...

Wed
5

Random Acts of Poetry Day

Random Acts of Poetry Day is all about painting poetry in public, either literally or metaphorically. On this day, recite your favorite poem in the streets, write it in chalk on the sidewalk (or a blackboard), leave it on a subway seat, or pin it to a ...

Wed
5

World Teachers’ Day

Every year on October 5, World Teachers’ Day is observed. It was established in 1994 to commemorate the signing of the UNESCO/ILO Recommendation on the Status of Teachers in 1966. Remember to thank your teachers or bring them a small gift to show ...

Thu
6

World Cerebral Palsy Day

The World Cerebral Palsy Initiative manages World Cerebral Palsy Day, which raises awareness about CP and draws attention to the specific needs of those living with this complex physical condition.

Thu
6

Mad Hatter Day

Every year on October 6, Mad Hatter Day is observed because Mad Hatter wears a top hat labeled “In this style 10/6” in the illustrations of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. To celebrate, throw a Mad Hatter tea party or use the hashta ...

Fri
7

World Smile Day

The world celebrates World Smile Day every year on the first Friday of October. The unofficial holiday encourages people to perform acts of kindness in order to spread good cheer and goodwill. Use the hashtag #WorldSmileDay to spread positivity on soci ...

Fri
7

Milad un Nabi (Mawlid) (Muslim)

Mawlid is the celebration of the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, which takes place in Rabi’ al-awwal, the third month of the Islamic calendar.

Sat
8

World Octopus Day

World Octopus Day honors one of the most distinctive creatures alive today: the octopus. On this day, visit your local sea life center to learn more about these fascinating creatures, or donate to a charity of your choice that works to protect sea anim ...

Sat
8

I Love Yarn Day

Every year on the second Saturday in October, I Love Yarn Day is observed. It is a collaborative effort of the Craft Yarn Council, a non-profit organization comprised of leading yarn companies, accessory manufacturers, publishers, and yarn industry con ...

Sun
9

Sukkot (Start)

Sukkot, also known as Chag HaAsif, or the Festival of Ingathering, is a biblical Jewish holiday celebrated on the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar, Tishrei.

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9

World Post Day

World Post Day is celebrated annually on the anniversary of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), which was founded in Switzerland in 1874. The UPU ushered in the global communications revolution, allowing people to write to people all over the world. Send ...

Mon
10

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day is a day dedicated to global mental health education, awareness, and social stigma reduction. It was first observed in 1992, when the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organization with members and conta ...

Tue
11

International Day of the Girl

The United Nations has declared it an international day, also known as the Day of the Girl. This day aims to raise awareness of and address the needs and challenges that girls face, as well as to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of ...

Tue
11

Face Your Fears Day

Since 2007, this day has been observed on the third Tuesday of October. This is the ideal day for you to confront your fears, overcome them, and seize the day! Share your #FaceYourFearsDay experiences to encourage your friends and family to do the same ...

Thu
13

Ada Lovelace Day

Ada Lovelace Day is an international commemoration of women’s achievements in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). It aims to raise the profile of women in STEM and create new role models to encourage more girls to pursue STE ...

Thu
13

World Sight Day

World Sight Day is an annual event held on the second Thursday of October to raise awareness about blindness and vision impairment. It was founded in 2000 by the Lions Club International Foundation’s SightFirstCampaign.

Thu
13

National Train Your Brain Day

This day was created to encourage everyone to stretch and exercise their brain in order to unlock more of its potential. To commemorate #TrainYourBrainDay, share on social media your favorite thought-provoking reads, attempts at logic puzzles, brain te ...

Sat
15

Global Handwashing Day

A global advocacy day dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of the importance of soap-free handwashing as an effective and inexpensive way to prevent disease and save lives. Governments, schools, international organizations, non-governmental ...

Sat
15

International Craft Day

Every year on the 15th of October, International Craft Day is celebrated to honor world crafts and the tireless work of millions of artisans and craftspeople.

Sun
16

Sukkot (End)

The seventh day of Sukkot is known as Hoshana Rabbah, the eighth day as Shmini Atzeret, and the following day as Simchat Torah. The day of the final sealing of judgment, which began on Rosh Hashanah, is known as Hoshana Rabbah.

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World Food Day

Every year on October 16th, it aims to raise awareness about hunger and healthy diets by commemorating the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. Use #WorldFoodDay to share your personal action or t ...

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16

Shmini Atzeret

Shemini Atzeret is a Jewish celebration. It is observed on the 22nd day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei in Israel, and on the 22nd and 23rd outside of Israel, usually in late September or early October.

Mon
17

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

The International Day for the Abolition of Poverty is an annual international observance held on October 17 around the world. This day honors the victims of extreme poverty, violence, and hunger by raising awareness of poverty as a violation of human r ...

Mon
17

Simchat Torah

Simchat Torah, also known as Simhat Torah, is a Jewish holiday that commemorates and marks the end of the annual cycle of public Torah readings and the start of a new cycle.

Mon
17

Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day

Take the third Monday in October to clean up the mess on your computer, remembering how it was when it was brand new. On this day, use the hashtag #CleanYourVirtualDesktopDay to share helpful computer organization tips with others.

Tue
18

Chocolate Cupcake Day

Chocolate Cupcake Day was created to honor the most ideal type of cupcake (in our opinion), the Chocolate Cupcake. On this day, bake a batch of chocolatey goodness, throw a chocolate cupcake party, and share the fun on social media with the hashtag #Ch ...

Wed
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Evaluate Your Life Day

Thomas and Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays & Herbs created Evaluate Your Life Day “to encourage everyone to check and see if they’re really heading where they want to be.” Share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #Evalua ...

Thu
20

Spirit Day

Spirit Day is a national LGBTQ awareness day held on the third Thursday of October. It was founded in 2010 by Canadian teenager Brittany McMillan in response to a spate of publicized bullying-related suicides of gay high school students in 2010, includ ...

Sat
22

Make A Difference Day

Make A Difference Day is an unofficial secular holiday or observance that promotes volunteerism and community service. Every year on the fourth Saturday of October, volunteers and organizations use this day to help their communities in the most effecti ...

Sat
22

Smart is Cool Day

Smart is Cool Day is an annual event held on October 22nd of each year. Now, smart is the new cool. With a celebration day on the calendar, you can show the world how smart you are. Use the hashtag #SmartistheCoolDay on social media to celebrate your I ...

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Caps Lock Day

CAPS LOCK DAY IS OCTOBER 22! Derek Arnold invented this day in 2000 to make fun of people who type in all caps. The best way to celebrate Caps Lock Day is to use proper grammar and avoid using caps lock!

Sun
23

TV Talk Show Host Day

TV Talk Show Host Day is a day set aside to recognize the men and women who tell jokes, interview celebrities, and make us laugh and cry on a daily basis. Share your thoughts on late-night talk shows and learn about the history of your favorite talk sh ...

Mon
24

Diwali

Diwali, also known as Divali, Deepavali, or Dipavali, is an autumn festival celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists in the northern hemisphere. Diwali represents the spiritual triumph of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge ...

Mon
24

United Nations Day

The United Nations (UN) Day commemorates the day when 51 countries came together to promote peace after WWII. The purpose of UN Day is to make the goals and achievements of the United Nations known to people all over the world. UN Day is part of United ...

Tue
25

Greasy Foods Day

There are many delicious foods in the world, but the vast majority of them are high in fats and grease. Take a day off from your diet, cook a greasy feast for your loved ones, or order take-out from your favorite fast food joint to celebrate #GreasyFoo ...

Wed
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National Pumpkin Day

The goal of this holiday is to honor and thank the pumpkin for being such an important part of American culture. Use the hashtag #NationalPumpkinDay to share your experiences making your favorite pumpkin recipes, visiting your local pumpkin patch, or c ...

Wed
26

Howl At The Moon Day

Every year on October 26th, Howl At The Moon Day is commemorated. Have you tried howling like a wolf? If not, today is a good day to howl and greet the moon. For the more charitable, you can organize a fund-raising event for your local wolf conservator ...

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World Day for Audiovisual Heritage

Every year on October 27, the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage is observed. UNESCO chose this commemorative day in 2005 to raise awareness about the importance of preserving recorded sound and audiovisual documents.

Fri
28

International Animation Day

International Animation Day is celebrated on October 28. It is a day to recognize and celebrate the artists, scientists, and technicians who create animated art, including animated films. On this day, celebrate by watching classic animation films and l ...

Sat
29

World Stroke Day

Stroke is a noncommunicable disease that affects millions of people around the world each year. The goal of World Stroke Day is to raise awareness of stroke risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol.

Sun
30

National Publicist Day

Every year on October 30th, the world celebrates National Publicist Day. It is a day of appreciation and recognition for public relations professionals that was established in 2015. Use #NationalPublicistDay to share your work experience or to show sup ...

Sun
30

Checklist Day

Checklist Day is an opportunity to recognize the importance of using checklists to avoid tragedy and disappointment and to capitalize on opportunities. As you might expect, make a checklist of all tasks that must be completed on this special day!

Mon
31

Halloween

Halloween is a holiday celebrated in many countries on October 31, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day. It is observed by costume parties, trick-or-treating, watching horror films, visiting haunted houses, and carving pumpk ...

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