January 27th is the twenty-seventh day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Germany first observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Finnish Civil War began, and the University of Georgia was founded, becoming the first public university in the United States. Famous birthdays include Lewis Carroll, Rosamund Pike, and Mikhail Baryshnikov. January 27th also marks National Chocolate Cake Day and International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
We have 14 holidays listed for January 27.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day we remember Nazi atrocities so no one suffers like that again.
National Chocolate Cake Day
Layered, molten, Bundt, fluffy, mousse-y, decadent, frosted, it is love at first bite!
National Fun at Work Day
From parties, potlucks, goodies, games, awards, and more, there’s no wrong way to celebrate!
Auschwitz Liberation Day
We ought to never forget such hate and violence — so let’s observe in unison!
Big Garden Birdwatch
Big Garden Birdwatch is not only recreational; it also helps keep track of the bird population.
Holocaust Memorial Day
Today, we remember the courage and strength of those who suffered and died during the Holocaust.
National Activity Professionals Day
This National Activity Professional Day, let’s shower these superheroes with our love and appreciation!
National Big Wig Day
Get ready to celebrate one of the biggest philanthropic gestures in history, National Big Wig Day.
National Geographic Day
Come and celebrate with us because there is ‘NAThing’ like “National Geographic,” are we right?
National Preschool Health and Fitness Day
Good grades are important, but healthy eating and physical education are paramount, especially for preschoolers!
Thomas Crapper Day
Don’t let all his work go down the crapper, come celebrate Thomas Crapper Day with us!