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December National Holidays

December National Holidays: December is a month of celebration and festivities. There are many occasions for sharing, celebrating, and giving thanks. It’s also a time to make merry with family and friends as we remember those who have served and continue to serve this great nation. Let’s take a look at some of the top December global holidays 2022 celebrations that happen during this month, including Christmas Day, Hanukkah, Christmas Eve, and New Year’s Day.

December National Holidays 2022

A list of December National holidays in 2022. Find out what you should do to enjoy the holiday season and get ready for the new year! With so many national days, there’s something for everyone to take part in. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate your heritage or just want some time off from work, this is the perfect list.

1 December National Holidays

  • National Package Protection Day – Wednesday after Thanksgiving
  • Bifocals at the Monitor Liberation Day
  • National Pie Day
  • Day With(out) Art Day
  • National Eat a Red Apple Day
  • Rosa Parks Day

December 2

  • Special Education Day
  • National Fritters Day
  • National Mutt Day

National Holidays on December 3

  • National Bartender Day – First Friday in December
  • National Roof Over Your Head Day
  • Faux Fur Friday – First Friday in December

December 4

  • National Rhubarb Vodka Day – First Saturday in December
  • National Cookie Day
  • Skywarn Recognition Day – First Saturday in December
  • National Dice Day
  • National Sock Day

Holidays on December 5

  • International Ninja Day
  • National Sacher Torte Day
  • National Repeal Day
  • Bathtub Party Day

December 6

  • National Microwave Oven Day
  • National Pawnbrokers Day
  • St. Nicholas Day
  • National Gazpacho Day
  • Miners’ Day

National Holidays on December 7

  • National Illinois Day
  • World Trick Shot Day – First Tuesday in December
  • National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
  • National Cotton Candy Day

December 8

  • Pretend To Be A Time Traveler Day
  • National Brownie Day

Holidays on December 9

  • Christmas Card Day
  • National Pastry Day
  • Weary Willie Day

December 10

  • National Salesperson Day – Second Friday in December
  • Human Rights Day
  • Dewey Decimal System Day
  • National Lager Day
  • Nobel Prize Day

National Holidays on December 11

  • National App Day
  • National Noodle Ring Day

December 12

  • Gingerbread House Day
  • National Ambrosia Day
  • National Ding-a-Ling Day
  • Poinsettia Day

 Holidays on December 13

  • Pick A Pathologist Pal Day
  • National Cocoa Day
  • National Day of the Horse (Senate Res. 452)
  • National Guard Birthday

December 14

  • National Alabama Day
  • National Bouillabaisse Day
  • Monkey Day

National Holidays on December 15

  • Cat Herders Day
  • National Cupcake Day
  • Bill of Rights Day
  • National Wear Your Pearls Day

Holidays on December 16

  • National Chocolate-covered Anything Day
  • Barbie and Barney Backlash Day

December 17

  • National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day – Third Friday in December
  • National Maple Syrup Day
  • Wright Brothers Day
  • Underdog Day– Third Friday in December

National Holidays on December 18

  • National Twin Day
  • National Roast Suckling Pig Day
  • Answer The Telephone Like Buddy The Elf Day
  • National Wreaths Across America Day – Changes Annually – December 18, 2021

December 19

  • National Hard Candy Day
  • National Oatmeal Muffin Day

December 20

  • Mudd Day
  • National Sangria Day

Holidays on December 21 

  • Crossword Puzzle Day
  • Humbug Day
  • National French Fried Shrimp Day
  • National Maine Day
  • Anne & Samantha Day(also June. 20, 2020)
  • Phileas Fogg Win A Wager Day
  • Winter Solstice – Day Between December 20 and 23
  • National Flashlight Day – Day of Winter Solstice
  • National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day – First Day of Winter
  • Yule – Day of Winter Solstice

December 22

  • National Date Nut Bread Day
  • Forefathers Day – December 22 (Unless on Sunday, Then Following Monday)

National Holidays in December 23

  • Festivus
  • National Pfeffernusse Day
  • National Roots Day

December 24

  • National Eggnog Day
  • Christmas Eve

Holidays in December 25

  • National Pumpkin Pie Day
  • A’Phabet Day or No “L” Day
  • Christmas

December 26

  • National Candy Cane Day
  • Boxing Day (Canada)
  • National Thank-you Note Day
  • National Whiner’s Day

National Holidays in December 27

  • National Fruitcake Day

December 28

  • Holy Innocents Day
  • National Short Film Day
  • Pledge of Allegiance Day
  • National Card Playing Day
  • National Chocolate Candy Day

Holidays in December 29

  • National Pepper Pot Day
  • Tick Tock Day

December 30

  • Bacon Day
  • National Bicarbonate of Soda Day
  • Falling Needles Family Fest Day

National Holidays in December 31

  • Make Up Your Mind Day
  • No Interruptions Day – Last Work Day of the Year
  • National Champagne Day
  • New Years Eve
  • Universal Hour of Peace

8 Most Popular December Global Holidays

What are your plans for the holidays? Here’s a list of some popular December global holidays to help you get started!

New Year’s Eve

A new year is always an exciting time to reflect on the past and look forward. New Year’s Eve has a long history as a date for celebration, but not all of our national holidays are in December!

New Year’s Eve is a time for celebrating the new year, but it also marks the end of another 12 months. In December we have been told that winter will soon be here and this has led people out of their homes so they can go party in bars or clubs all night long without worrying about getting too cold! The two most popular national holidays seen on NYE are Swiss National Day (1 Jan) which celebrates women’s rights across Switzerland while New Zealanders celebrate ANZAC day at noon where there’ll often be a community picnic event going down beforehand with live music performances to get everyone jazzed up – not forgetting Australia who offers its own fireworks display over Sydney Harbour right after midnight.

Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is a celebration of family and community. It’s also the perfect chance to break out your new dress, wear some nice beads around your wrist or necklet-it all up! The date celebrates Drummers’ Day which was established by African slaves in America on December 26th, 1865 as their own alternative holiday from traditions they found difficult – such as Christmas being linked only with Christians while not representing other religions too…

Kwanzaa began after 1966 when Rev Dr Francisco LC Ku Kuwasi Okoye decided that rather than having just one main day each year for his religious followers (which can be quite hard work), why didn’t blacks celebrate every weekend during autumn/winter

Boxing Day

Boxing Day has always been a day of celebration, but what is the true meaning behind it? Some people believe that churches would gift alms boxes to poor souls on this particular date after Christmas. Others consider Boxing Day as one where errand boys and postmen are rewarded for their service throughout the year with small gifts from those they served; regardless of symbolism or not-it remains an iconic holiday celebrated worldwide!

Christmas

Christmas is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. This festival commemorates his life, which followers believe has great significance for our salvation in spite of how difficult it may seem at times. Millions around the world get together with family members and friends during this holiday season as they exchange gifts while also decorating their homes/businesses with lights or other decorations that signify peace on earth (and throughout all creation). December 25th always draws out those who don’t know what Christmas truly means but want more than anything else – joy!

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is coming up, and it’s the perfect opportunity to raise awareness about this global pandemic. This day was created in 1988 by WHO (the World Health Organization) after Pope John Paul II released his famous message for people living with HIV/AIDS during an eventful year that saw over 25 million deaths around the world because of complications related to infection or lack thereof treatment Options:

1) Designate December 1st as “World Red Nose Day” so we can celebrate ourselves too!

2). Make sure everyone knows how important safe sex practices are when they’re sexually active

3), Wear bright colors like pink

4) Put out bowls full of condoms at parties

Festivus

For many people, December is a stressful time. Excessive shopping for gifts and being out from under deadlines at work can make it tough to find joy in this season. But if you’re looking for an alternative then Festivus could be just what your family needs! Celebrate with us by the airing of grievances or feats that illustrate our strength as individuals so we may come together over good food and strong drinks–a true celebration-worthy enough to rival any other holiday on earth…er maybe not quite yet but close!”

Yule

Yule is a time of celebration for many people. The original celebrations were rooted in the Germanic tradition, with scholars connecting it back to Wild Hunt and Odin among others – but Yulealso underwent Christianized reformulation resulting in what we know today as Christmastide! It’s associated mostly with Northern Europeans like Swedes or Norwegians who practice Neopagan religions such as LaVeyan Satanism (or so they tell me).

Santa Lucia

Saint Lucy’s Day is a Christian feast day that celebrates the ingenuity and hard work of this medieval woman. It falls on December 13th, 2021 but you can observe it anytime between Monday’s 12/12 noon until Thursday at 6 is by wearing red clothes!

Conclusion:

December is a month full of celebrations and traditions from around the world. From Christmas to Kwanzaa, there are many ways for you to enjoy your December holidays with friends and family members. Which is the most popular December global holidays celebration will be most popular in 2021? It’s hard to say as global trends change often, but we can take a look at what the top 8 were last year so far! If you have any thoughts about which upcoming holiday would be most popular this winter season or if you want help planning your own party, let us know. We hope these insights give you some ideas on how to celebrate all month long! Happy Holidays everyone!

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Bashar Khan
Hi, This is Bashar Khan Founder and CEO of Discoverycentre.com. I have 7 years of experience in the Blogging and SEO Industry. I love reading, writing, and exploring the world.
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