We have provided the 11 holidays listed for December 27. December 27 is the 361st day of the year (362nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar.
National days on December 27th, 2023
Every year, Visit the Zoo Day is celebrated on December 27. The zoo stretches as far back as a couple of millennia. The word ‘zoo’ is the shortest and refers to a zoological park or garden. The zoo is home to species and functions as a protective shelter for the animals housed within them.
Every year, St. John’s Day is observed on December 27 across the world. The day is also called the “Feast of St. John.” St. John was the author of the 4th gospel and the book of “Revelation.” He is sitting alongside other gospel writers like Matthew, Mark, and Luke or sitting at the foot of the cross opposite Mary.
Every year, National Samuel Day is celebrated on December 27. Samuel is from the ‘Old Testament’ in the “Bible.” It originates from a Hebrew phrase that either means “name of God” or “God has heard.”
Every year, National Martha Day is celebrated on December 27 across the world. Martha is a lady and the name’s origins in Aramaic mean “the lady” — no ordinary woman. She displayed the traditional prim and proper lady, excelling at whatever she decided to do around the house.
Every year, National Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day is observed on December 27. You will be looking to take out your foil paper, construction paper, glitters, scissors, and design templates (if you have any). The day is a great option to creatively spend time with the family after the hustle and bustle of Christmas. People can also keep the children out of mischief.
Every year, Case Day is observed on December 27 and is a day to respect those who share the name Case. The name is usually assigned to boys and is a medieval English name that has Anglo-French roots. It can be from the word ‘case,’ which means ‘container.’
Every year, National Fruitcake Day is observed on December 27, is a day to celebrate every eccentric person you know. The day is for fruitcake lovers to rejoice in the delights of the world’s most misunderstood fruit.
The Anniversary of Benazir Bhutto’s Death is held on December 27 every year. The main objective of the day is to honour the Pakistani politician who was assassinated in a terrorist attack on December 27, 2007. Benazir was the first-ever female leader of a Muslim nation and spent her life fighting for democracy and women’s rights.