List of March National Days:
National Dadgum That’s Good Day
National Fruit Compote Day
National Horse Protection Day
National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
National Pig Day
Plan A Solo Vacation Day
World Compliment Day
Refired, Not Retired Day
National I Want You To Be Happy Day
National Tartar Sauce Day
National Anthem Day
National Cold Cuts Day
National Mulled Wine Day
What If Cats Had Opposable Thumbs Day
Canadian Bacon Day
World Wildlife Day
National Mario Day
National Blueberry Popover Day
National Pack Your Lunch Day
National Women And Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
International Wig Day
Middle Name Pride Day
National Skirt Day
International Bagpipe Day
National K9 Veterans Day
National Coconut Torte Day
National Earmuff Day
National Good Samaritan Day
National Jewel Day
National Open An Umbrella Indoors Day
Smary & Sexy Day
Fill Our Staplers Day
National Sloppy Joe Day
National Awkward Moments Day
National Biodiesel Day
National Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day
National Supreme Sacrifice Day
Corn Dog Day
Forgive Mom & Dad Day
Companies That Care Day
National Ravioli Day
National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
National Proposal Day
Won’t You Be My Neighbor Day
Snowman Burning Day
World Storytelling Day
Kiss Your Fiancé Day
International Day Of Happiness
National Single Parent Day
National California Strawberry Day
National Common Courtesy Day
National Fragrance Day
National French Bread Day
World Down Syndrome Day
World Poetry Day
International Day Of Forests
There are 233 March National Days to celebrate during the year’s third month. In the northern hemisphere, March is the first month of spring. March is named after Mars, the Roman god of war.
More March Facts:
March has 31 days.
March Birthstone: Aquamarine and Bloodstone
March Colors: Light Blue, White
March Birth Flowers: Daffodil (Narcissus) and Jonquil (Narcissus Jonquilla)
The full moon in March is called the Worm Moon.
Historical Events in March:
March 1, 1867 – Nebraska becomes a state
March 2, 1965 – The Sound of Music premieres
March 3, 1923 – First issue of Time Magazine
March 4, 1789 – The Congress of the United States meets for the first time
March 5, 1872 – George Westinghouse patents the air brake.
March 6, 1899 – Bayer patents the Aspirin.
March 7, 1876 – Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone.
March 8, 1817 – The New York Stock Exchange is founded.
March 9, 1959 – the first Barbie doll goes on display
March 10, 1891 – Almon Strowger patents the Strowger switch
March 11, 1927 – The Roxy Theatre in New York Opens
March 12, 1922 – The Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. is founded
March 13, 1781 – Uranus is discovered by William Herschel
March 14, 1964 – Jack Ruby was found guilty of murdering Lee Harvey Oswald
March 15, 44 B.C.E. – Julius Caesar is murdered
March 16, 1802 – The U.S. Military Academy at West Point is established.
March 17, 1861 – Proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy
March 18, 1906 – Inventor Trajan Vuia flys the first monoplane.
March 19, 1279 – Mongol victory ends Song dynasty.
March 20, 1999 – Legoland opens in San Diego, California
March 21, 2006 – Twitter is founded
March 22, 1972 – U.S. Senate approves the Equal Rights Amendment
March 23, 1857 – First elevator installed by Elisha Otis in New York
March 24, 2018 – Hundreds of thousands protest for gun control in the U.S.
March 25, 1306 – Robert the Bruce crowned King of Scotland
March 26, 1979 – The Egypt–Israel peace treaty is signed
March 27, 1974 – President Washington signed the Naval Act of 1794
March 28, 1990 – Jesse Owens was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.
March 29, 1974 – The Terracotta Army was discovered
March 30, 1867 – U.S.A. buys Alaska
March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower opens
Notable March National Days:
Study and celebrate the contributions of women throughout history during Women’s History Month. In addition, International Women’s Day is the day to focus on demanding change and accelerating the path to true equality.
Don’t forget to change your clocks forward one hour for daylight saving time.
Many people think that St. Patricks Day is America’s favorite excuse to wear green and drink green beer at your local Irish pub. It’s also a great day to celebrate Irish history and culture.
World Kidney Day strives to bring awareness to the importance of the kidney research and reducing the overall impact of kidney disease.
Fun food days include National Pancake Day, National Cereal Day, National Meatball Day, World Water Day, National Cocktail Day, National Waffle Day, International Whiskey Day, National Corn Dog Day, National Banana Cream Pie Day, and National Cold Cuts Day.
Celebrities Born in March:
Justin Bieber, Olivia Wilde, Stephen Curry, Simone Biles, Lady Gaga, Javier Bardem, Ron Howard, Don Lemon, Mark Paul Gosselaar, Daniel Craig, Bryce Dallas Howard, Dr. Seuss, Jon Bon Jovi, Kat Von D, Milana Vayntrub, Freddie Prinze Jr, Oscar Isaac, Chuck Norris, Rick Rubin, Johnny Knoxville