Tue2

Groundhog Day

The weather prediction by a groundhog grew from a superstition of Dutch in the US. No correlation has been found by scientists since, yet the tradition stuck.
Sun7

Super Bowl Sunday

The first Sunday in February is the day of an annual championship of the USA National Football League. For all football fans, it’s a must-watch occasion. Super Bowl Sunday is made for snacks, big inches, and smart marketing offensive.
Thu11

Fat Thursday

The week before the Great Lent is the last chance for Christians to feast before a stretched fasting. It is especially greeted in some traditions by indulging in hearty and warming pancakes, donuts, or crepes with various fillings.
Fri12

Chinese New Year

The Chinese or Lunar New Year is celebrated vividly across all Asian countries and diasporas. During the traditional celebration, people go to their hometowns to honor elders, visit pagodas, feast and have lots of fun with firecrackers.
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Fri12

Carnival in Brazil

What now is a 5-day Sambadrome parade, started from a Catholic tradition to make a little party before the Great Lent. The Carnival is a one-of-a-kind celebration of Afro-Brazilian culture spiced with the influences of Madeira and Portugal.
Sun14

Valentine’s Day

Pioneered by young lovebirds, this holiday evolved over the years and today it brings festivities for everyone from 3-year-olds in the daycares to the couples well into their golden years. VDay is definitely a date to pin on your calendar.

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Mon15

President’s Day in the USA

A.k.a. Washington’s Day, it’s celebrated on the third Monday of February. On this day the USA celebrates George Washington, who won the War for Independence and later walked away from power, setting an unseen precedent at the time.
Tue23

The Defender of the Fatherland Day

This holiday started in the USSR after WW2 to hail the Soviet veterans. Over time the holiday meaning blurred and now it is commonly perceived as Men’s Day.
Thu25

Purim

Purim is the Jewish holiday that celebrates the miraculous salvation of the Jewish people from the massacre planned by their Persian enemies in the 4th century BC. On this day, it is common to give food gifts and feast as a family.

The upcoming holidays

February is short but has a high holiday density. To promote each event, the best tactic is to plan your marketing campaigns in advance and remind users about your brand or service daily. Our February social media calendar will help you make a list of important national, religious, and unusual holidays. And while the weather is still cold in Northern countries, you can make it warmer for the followers with your sincere greetings. With the help of Crello, you can create beautiful, funny, and unique designs for your marketing campaigns for free!

Violets and primroses are the key international symbols of February, while in some cultures this month is considered “magical” thanks to an additional 29th day in leap years. In Crello, you can make an awesome picture that represents the symbols of this month and turn it into an ad, post, animation, or a printable postcard in seconds!