February 28th Holidays

February 28th is the fifty-ninth day in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of the conclusion of the first Gulf War and the flight of RQ-4 Global Hawk: the first unmanned surveillance aircraft allowed to file its own flight plans and regularly fly in U.S. civilian airspace. Famous February 28th birthdays include Geoff Nicholls, Gilbert Gottfried, Patrick Monahan, and Ali Larter. February 28th also marks National Chocolate Soufflé Day.

We have 13 holidays listed for February 28.

Feb28

National Chocolate Souffle Day

Get your spoons ready! The chocolate soufflé is the height of French decadence — and deliciousness.

Feb28

Andalusia Day

Andalusia Day is celebrated to commemorate the referendum on the Statute of Autonomy of Andalusia.

Feb28

Floral Design Day

Do you love flowers and designs? Then you’re lucky we are celebrating floral designs today!

Feb28

International Repetitive Strain Injury Awareness Day

Today teaches us about injuries of these kinds and steps you can take to prevent them.

Feb28

Linus Pauling Day

The world wouldn’t be quite the same without Linus Pauling. Rediscover his brilliance today.

Feb28

National Customized Wheel and Tire Day

Get in, petrol heads! We’re celebrating National Customized Wheels and Tires Day.

Feb28

National Public Sleeping Day

Grab a pillow and be prepared for that magical moment when you doze off in public.

Feb28

National Science Day

We have thought of some incredible ways to celebrate — check them out.

Feb28

National Vegan Lipstick Day

Put on some lipstick, and celebrate cruelty-free cosmetics with us this National Vegan Lipstick Day!

Feb28

Peace Memorial Day (228 Memorial Day)

Revisit history without repeating it. Peace Memorial Day — here’s why we should pay attention.

Feb28

Rare Disease Day

Look out for famous landmarks lighting up for Rare Disease Day, click here to learn more.

Feb28

US Snow Shoe Day

Out with the sneakers and in with the snowshoes. We’re celebrating U.S. Snowshoe Day!

Feb28

World Spay Day

The truth is, the pain of putting all those animals down is far harsher.

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