April 22nd Holidays

April 22nd is the 112th day in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of the first celebration of Earth Day and the opening of Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. Famous April 22nd birthdays include Aaron Spelling, Peter Frampton, Ryan Stiles, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Amber Heard. April 22nd also marks Earth Day and National Jelly Bean Day.

We have 14 holidays listed for April 22.

Apr22

Earth Day

Cue the composting, recycling, repurposing, carpooling, thrifting, and metal straws to save the turtles.

Apr22

April Showers Day

May flowers bloom after April showers, so get out in your garden and start planting.

Apr22

Eid al-Fitr

Gather friends and family for a day of merriment, celebrations, gifts, and good food on Eid.

Apr22

Girl Scout Leader Appreciation Day

Celebrate Girl Scout Leader Appreciation Day by raising a toast to these amazing leaders.

Apr22

In God We Trust Day

In the true American spirit, let’s embrace the term ‘In God We Trust.’

Apr22

International Marconi Day

Today, we acknowledge the inventor of wireless communication and seamless radio transmission.

Apr22

International Mother Earth Day

It is our responsibility as Earth's residents to protect her as best we can.

Apr22

National Day of Puppetry

Celebrate the fascinating theatrics of puppets on this day and make one for yourself!

Apr22

National I.T. Service Provider Day

Join us as we celebrate all I.T. professionals and their invaluable contributions.

Apr22

National Jelly Bean Day

Your dentist never has to know.

Apr22

National Pinup Day

Step out in your best vintage and retro clothes to celebrate this day.

Apr22

National Teach Children To Save Day

It’s never too early to teach your children about the importance of saving money.

Apr22

Oklahoma Day

Because it's Oklahoma Day, Oakies everywhere are raising their fists high! Let's celebrate with them.

Apr22

Stephen Lawrence Day

Racism should not exist. In honor of Stephen Lawrence, we commemorate this day to eradicate racial prejudice.