Day Guide for Wednesday November 23rd 2022 What are the holidays on November 23rd 2022?

This is our day guide for Wednesday November 23rd 2022 which shows you at a glance what's happening on this day around the world. Using the calendar on this page, you can look at a day guide for any day. Why not look up your birthday to see which holidays you share it with?

Holidays on November 23rd 2022

Georgia: Saint George's Day

Commemorates the torture of St. George on the wheel for refusing to make sacrifices to the Roman gods


India (regional): Seng Kut Snem

A festival of the Khasi Community in Meghalaya celebrating their culture and traditions

Japan: Labour Thanksgiving Day

Labor Thanksgiving Day is a modern name for the ritual of Harvest Festival

Saudi Arabia: National Holiday

A National Holiday has been announced to celebrate the country's win against Argentina in the World Cup.

Public sector only

USA (regional): State Holiday

The governor of Florida has announced three days of state office closures for the holidays.

Observances on November 23rd 2022

USA: Tie One On Day

Give from the heart on Wednesday—then give thanks on Thursday.

United Kingdom: National Eat a Cranberry Day

Find out the dates, history and traditions of National Eat a Cranberry Day

USA: National Cashew Day

Find out the dates, history and traditions of National Cashew Day

USA: National Espresso Day

Start your day the Italian way with the kick of a good Espresso! ☕

Slovenia: Rudolf Maister Day

This day remembers an important Slovenian general on the day of one his most notable achievements.

Israel: Sigd

A holiday observed by Ethiopian Jews to commemorate their return from exile to Israel.

USA: Drinksgiving

Find out the dates, history and traditions of Drinksgiving.

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General Information for November 23rd 2022
There are 5 public holidays today.
Day 327 of 2022
38 days left in 2022
Week 47 of the year
On this Day in History
2004 – The Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi, the largest religious building in Georgia, is consecrated.
2001 – The Convention on Cybercrime is signed in Budapest, Hungary.
1955 – The Cocos Islands are transferred from the control of the United Kingdom to that of Australia.
1248 – Conquest of Seville by Christian troops under King Ferdinand III of Castile.