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December Global Holidays 2022

December Holidays

December is the twelfth and last month of a calendar year. This month is packed with several lifestyles and festivals. This month is more than only Special days and observances. Plans for the upcoming new year reveal in minds and the holidays of December pave a path for the execution of these ideas. Christmas and Thanksgiving are the most charming events of  December, whose celebrations constitute a significant part of December’s beauty.

Let us have a list of the Global December Holidays,

December Holidays

Thursday, Dec. 1

  1. World AIDS Day
  2. National Christmas Lights Day
  3. Peppermint Bark Day
  4. National Package Protection Day
  5. Bifocals at the Monitor Liberation Day
  6. Eat a Red Apple Day

Friday, Dec. 2

  1. International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
  2. Ghana Farmer’s Day
  3. Faux Fur Friday
  4. National Mutt Day
  5. National Fritters Day
  6. Safety Razor Day
  7. Business of Popping Corn Day
  8. National Bartender Day

Saturday, Dec. 3

  1. International Day of Persons with Disabilities
  2. Make a Gift Day
  3. National Roof Over Your Head Day
  4. National Green Bean Casserole Day
  5. Let’s Hug Day
  6. International Sweater Festival

Sunday, Dec. 4

  1. Candle Day
  2. World Wildlife Conservation Day
  3. International Day of Banks
  4. World Pear Day
  5. National Cookie Day
  6. National Sock Day
  7. Wear Brown Shoes Day
  8. Tree Dressing Day
  9. Skywarn Recognition Day
  10. Santa’s List Day
  11. International Cheetah Day
  12. National Dice Day
  13. Global Fat Bike Day
  14. Earmuff Day
  15. Cabernet Franc Day

Monday, Dec. 5

  1. International Ninja Day
  2. International Volunteer Day
  3. National Repeal Day
  4. World Soil Day
  5. Sacher-Torte Day
  6. Bathtub Party Day

Tuesday, Dec. 6

  1. National Gazpacho Day
  2. National Miners Day
  3. Nicholas Day
  4. Walt Disney Day
  5. Put on Your Own Shoes Day
  6. National Pawnbrokers Day
  7. Mitten Tree Day
  8. National Microwave Oven Day
  9. National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Wednesday, Dec. 7

  1. Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
  2. International Civil Aviation Day
  3. National Letter Writing Day
  4. World Trick Shot Day
  5. National Cotton Candy Day

Thursday, Dec. 8

  1. Latina Equal Pay Day
  2. National Brownie Day
  3. Christmas Jumper Day
  4. Feast of the Immaculate Conception
  5. Pretend to Be a Time Traveler Day
  6. Bodhi Day

Friday, Dec. 9

  1. National Llama Day
  2. International Anti-Corruption Day
  3. International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide
  4. Christmas Card Day
  5. International Day of Veterinary Medicine
  6. National Pastry Day
  7. Techno Day
  8. Weary Willie Day

Saturday, Dec. 10

  1. Human Rights Day
  2. Dewey Decimal System Day
  3. National Salesperson Day
  4. Nobel Prize Day
  5. International Animal Rights Day
  6. Jane Addams Day
  7. National Lager Day

Sunday, Dec. 11

  1. UNICEF Birthday
  2. International Shareware Day
  3. National App Day
  4. Noodle Ring Day
  5. International Mountain Day

Monday, Dec. 12

  1. Gingerbread House Day
  2. Green Monday
  3. Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe
  4. National Poinsettia Day
  5. International Day of Neutrality
  6. International Universal Health Coverage Day
  7. ​National Ding-A-Ling Day
  8. National Ambrosia Day
  9. Worldwide Candle Lighting Day

Tuesday, Dec. 13

  1. National Day of the Horse
  2. National Guard Birthday
  3. National Violin Day
  4. National Cocoa Day
  5. Pick a Pathologist Pal Day
  6. National Ice Cream Day

Wednesday, Dec. 14

  1. Monkey Day
  2. National Free Shipping Day
  3. Roast Chestnuts Day
  4. Halcyon Days
  5. National Energy Conservation Day
  6. National Bouillabaisse Day
  7. Martyred Intellectuals Day

Thursday, Dec. 15

  1. Bill of Rights Day
  2. National Wear Your Pearls Day
  3. International Tea Day
  4. Lemon Cupcake Day
  5. National Cat Herders Day
  6. National Cupcake Day

Friday, Dec. 16

  1. National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
  2. National Ugly Sweater Day
  3. National Underdog Day
  4. Las Posadas

Saturday, Dec. 17

  1. Wright Brothers Day
  2. Pan American Aviation Day
  3. National Maple Syrup Day
  4. National Device Appreciation Day
  5. National Wreaths Across America Day

Sunday, Dec. 18

  1. Hanukkah Begins
  2. Arabic Language Day
  3. Answer the Telephone Like Buddy the Elf Day
  4. National Twin Day
  5. International Migrants Day
  6. Bake Cookies Day
  7. National Roast Suckling Pig Day

Monday, Dec. 19

  1. National Emo Day
  2. National Hard Candy Day
  3. National Oatmeal Muffin Day
  4. Look for an Evergreen Day

Tuesday, Dec. 20

  1. International Human Solidarity Day
  2. Games Day
  3. National Sangria Day
  4. Go Caroling Day

Wednesday, Dec. 21

  1. Winter Solstice
  2. National Crossword Puzzle Day
  3. National Short Girl Appreciation Day
  4. National Homeless Persons’ Remembrance Day
  5. Look on the Bright Side Day
  6. National French Fried Shrimp Day
  7. Phileas Fogg Win a Wager Day
  8. Humbug Day
  9. National Flashlight Day
  10. International Dalek Remembrance Day
  11. Blue Christmas
  12. National Coquito Day

Thursday, Dec. 22

  1. National Cookie Exchange Day
  2. National Short Person Day
  3. Forefathers’ Day
  4. Mathematics Day
  5. National Date Nut Bread Day

Friday, Dec. 23

  1. National Roots Day
  2. Festivus
  3. National Pfeffernusse Day
  4. Kisan Diwas
  5. National Christmas Movie Marathon Day

Saturday, Dec. 24

  1. Christmas Eve
  2. The Feast of the Seven Fishes
  3. National Consumer Rights Day
  4. National Eggnog Day
  5. Sunday, Dec. 25
  6. Christmas Day
  7. National Pumpkin Pie Day
  8. Quaid-e-Azam Day

Monday, Dec. 26

  1. Kwanzaa
  2. Boxing Day
  3. National Thank You Note Day
  4. National Whiners Day
  5. Day of Goodwill
  6. National Candy Cane Day

Tuesday, Dec. 27

  1. International Day of Epidemic Preparedness
  2. Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day
  3. National Fruitcake Day

Wednesday, Dec. 28

  1. National Playing Card Day
  2. National Short Film Day
  3. Pledge of Allegiance Day
  4. National Call-a-Friend Day
  5. National Download Day
  6. Proclamation Day
  7. National Chocolate Candy Day
  8. Holy Innocents Day

Thursday, Dec. 29

  1. Still Need to Do Day
  2. National Pepper Pot Day
  3. Tick Tock Day

Friday, Dec. 30

  1. National Bacon Day
  2. Falling Needles Family Fest Day
  3. National Resolution Planning Day

Saturday, Dec. 31

  1. New Year’s Eve
  2. No Interruptions Day
  3. Make Up Your Mind Day
  4. National Champagne Day

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