December 7 is the 341st day in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the first New York Philharmonic concert took place, Jesse James commits his first bank robbery, and Apollo 17 was launched. Famous birthdays include Dan Bilzerian, Noam Chomsky, and Dean Ambrose. December 7 also marks International Civil Aviation Day, National Cotton Candy Day, National Letter Writing Day, and National Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance.
We have 13 holidays listed for December 7.
National Letter Writing Day
Dear reader, it’s been long since we wrote, but fortunately today is National Letter Writing Day.
National Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance
It was an unprecedented surprise attack that precipitated the United States entry into World War 2.
Feast of St. Ambrose
Let’s explore the history, and significance of this special holiday - ‘Feast of St. Ambrose’
Flag Day of India
Real-life superheroes of the Armed forces are honored annually on Flag Day of India.
International Civil Aviation Day
We celebrate International Civil Aviation Day to acknowledge the flight industry’s influence on modern life.
National Cotton Candy Day
It's the go-to at county fairs and a must-have when riding a Ferris wheel.
National Illinois Day
Get your plans into gear as we celebrate one of the most remarkable U.S. states.
National Joy Day
Joy to the world! Today we can sing that song in honor of these amazing people.
National Judith Day
It’s time we appreciate all the beautiful women named Judith and show them what they mean to us.
National Rina Day
National Rina Day falls on December 7 to show appreciation to Rinas all over the world.