October Holidays

October Holidays

If you ever find yourself bored and want to celebrate, check out these upcoming national holidays! Also if you celebrate one of these days, send in a picture to our instagram page @pgstudentmedia to get featured!

Oct. 14 National Dessert Day and National Stop Bullying Day 

Oct. 15 National Cheese Curd Day

Oct. 16 National Sports Day and Global Cat Day

Oct. 17 National Pasta Day and National Sweetest Day

Oct. 18 National Chocolate Cupcake Day and International Legging Day

Oct. 19 National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day

Oct. 20 National Writing Day

Oct. 21 National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day

Oct. 22 National Make a Dog’s Day and National Color Day

Oct. 23 National Croc Day

Oct. 24 National Food Day and National Make a Difference Day

Oct. 25 National Chucky, The Notorious Killer Doll Day

Oct. 26 National Pumpkin Day

Oct. 27 National Black Cat Day

Oct. 28 National Chocolate Day and National First Responders Day

Oct. 29 National Oatmeal Day

Oct. 30 National Candy Corn Day and National Frankenstein Friday

Oct. 31 National Trick of Treat Day and Halloween

 

Which national holiday are you planning on celebrating?

  • “I would probably celebrate October 17 because I love pasta,” junior Alex Galvan said .
  • “I would probably celebrate my birthday or National Croc Day,” sophomore Corban Franklin said.
  • “Probably National Mental Health Day,” sophomore Rayleigh Derrick said. “I think it’s good for young adults and teenagers to understand the importance of mental health and what it means to be at peace with the mind, body, and soul. At the end of the day, your happiness and mental state is what matters most.”
  • “National Trick or Treat Day and Halloween because I like getting candy, and I like dressing up for Halloween,”  freshman Julia Hackleman said.
  • “National moldy cheese day because I feel like people don’t appreciate that day enough and it doesn’t get the respect it deserves,” junior Aidan Murray said.
  • “National First Responders Day because they’re the backbone of the health care community,” senior Mac Capps said.