Celebrate All Month Long With This List Of Holidays in November 2013 #novemberholidays #holidays

November Holidays 2013 ~

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From Day of the Dead to Square Dance Day, there are a ton of reasons to celebrate all November long! I hope that this list of November holidays will keep you celebrating the entire month of November! 🙂

November Holidays in 2013

1- All Saints’ Day, Day of the Dead, Extra Mile Day

2- All Souls’ Day, World Vegan Day, Cookie Monster Day

3- Daylight Saving Time Ends, National Sandwich Day, Jellyfish Day

4- King Tut Day, Election Day, Common Sense Day

5- Guy Fawkes Day, Gunpowder Day

6- Marooned without a Compass Day, Saxophone Day, National Men Make Dinner Day

7- International Tongue Twister Day, National Gin Day

8- National Dunce Day, Cook Something Bold Day, X-ray Day

9- Chaos Never Dies Day

10- Remembrance Sunday, World Orphans Day, Sesame Street Day

11- Origami Day, Veteran’s Day

12- Chicken Soup for the Soul Day, Young Readers Day, National Pizza With The Works, Except Anchovies, Day

13- World Kindness Day, National Indian Pudding Day

14- National Pickle Day, International Girls Day, Operating Room Nurse Day, World Diabetes Day

15- Sadie Hawkins Day, I Love to Write Day, America Recycles Day

16- Button Day, International Day for Tolerance

17- Full Moon, National Take a Hike Day, World Peace Day, World Prematurity Day

18- Use Less Stuff Day, Mickey Mouse Day, Occult Day

19- National Blow Bagpipes Day, Have a Bad Day Day

20- National Absurdity Day, Beautiful Day, Universal Children’s Day

21- World Hello Day, World Television Day, False Confession Day

22- National Start Your Own Country Day, National Survivors of Suicide Day, Go For a Ride Day

23- Eat A Cranberry Day, Dr. Who Day, Black Friday

24- Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day

25- Anniversary of Woody Woodpecker’s Movie Debut, National Parfait Day, Shopping Reminder Day

26- NHL Hockey Day, Tie One on Day

27- National Bavarian Cream Pie Day, National Day of Mourning

28- Thanksgiving, Red Planet Day, Make Your Own Head Day

29- National Leftovers Day, Buy Nothing Day, You’re Welcome Day

30- St. Andrew’s Day, Square Dance Day


November is also National Family Caregivers Month.


So, what November holidays will you be celebrating this year?

This list of November holidays was compiled from a calendar that I bought called Everyday’s a Holiday, from Holiday Insights and from random findings on the internet. We do not guarantee these holidays to be real nor did we create them. Don’t kill the messenger {unless, of course, it’s Kill the Messenger Day}. 😛

About Amber {contributor}

Amber is a college student and avid fashionista. Amber loves all things beauty and fashion and spends her time reading and thinking about Channing Tatum.


  1. Who comes up with this stuff? They must be really bored or something.

  2. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I love National Leftovers Day. It’s funny to have King Tut day with Election day.

  3. Sherry Compton says:

    I always enjoy theses. Thanks. Hope people follow today’s Common Sense Day. Pizza with the Works except Anchovies sounds like a day for me, but I think I will skip Bagpipes and Have a Bad Day.

  4. Michelle F. says:

    great list. will be celebrating some of these.

  5. amanda whitley says:

    National Pickle Day is a holiday i will be sure to celebrate 🙂 i love pickles