Add these spooky recognition days to your planner!

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Halloween comes but once a year. But Halloween spirit is everlasting!

Since today is National Planner Day, I wanted to share some spooky recognition days you might like to add to your monthly planner. Do you know of any more?

August

13 – Friday the 13th (2021)

14 – National Monster Day

17 – National Black Cat Appreciation Day

30 – Frankenstein Day (Mary Shelley’s birthday)

September

13 – Supernatural Day

17 – Elvira’s Birthday

21 – Stephen King’s Birthday

25 – National Ghost Hunting Day

October

1 – Pumpkin Spice Day

8 – National Haunted House Day

13 – National Phobia Day

15 – World Zombie Day

20 – Bela Lugosi’s Birthday

25 – Apple Day

26  – Pumpkin Day, Howl at the Moon Day

27 – Jack o’ Lantern Day, National Wicked Witch Day, Black Cat Day

28 – National Skeleton Day, Chocolate Day

29 – Frankenstein Friday (last Friday of October)

30 – Candy Corn Day, Vampire Awareness Day, Frankenstein Monster Day, Her-o-Ween, National Trick or Treat Day (last Saturday in October)

31 – Halloween, Magic Day, Samhain, Caramel Apple Day, National Increase Your Psychic Powers Day

November 

2 – Day of the Dead

23 – Boris Karloff’s Birthday

25 – Pumpkin Pie Day 

January

2 – National Science Fiction Day

19 – National Brew a Potion Day

February

6 – National Werewolf Day

10 – Lon Chaney, Jr.’s Birthday

April

17 – International Bat Appreciation Day

May

2 – Interational Harry Potter DAy

3 – National Paranormal Day

22 – Friday the 13th (2022)

26 – World Dracula Day

June

8 – Ghost Busters (movie) Day

14 – Magical Circles Day

July

2 – World UFO Day

20 – Moon Day

About Mary Fletcher Jones

Mary Fletcher Jones is a mom, teacher, and blogger. Her blogs include Autumn in Virginia, Cool Yule Blog and You Can't Make This Stuff Up, among others. She is also the creator of "Living Well With Autism," an online resource for caregivers of children, teens, and adults with autism and related special needs.
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