Tue16

International Day for Tolerance

Tolerance is the basic condition defined by the UN as the soil for nurturing international peace. It has been celebrated on the 16th of November since 1995.
Mon1

All Saints’ Day

All Saints’ Day is a holiday in the Catholic church calendar to celebrate all triumphant saints and martyrs who had reached heaven after death. The date can vary depending on the religious branch, but most countries in the western world celebrate it on November 1st. All Saints Day is the Day after Halloween eve. It does overlap with different international traditions, yet it shouldn’t be confused with the Halloween or Dia de Los Muertos.

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Tue2

All Souls’ Day

All over Brazil on this day families go to the graveyards and honor the memory of their deceased by decorating tombs with flowers and candles.
Tue2

Dia de Muertos

This is a big and distinguishable holiday in Mexican communities around the world. Those who celebrate make Day of the Dead a joyful event—they build bright altars for the deceased and bring their favorite foods to the graveyards.

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Sun7

New York City Marathon

This is a big and distinguishable holiday in Mexican communities around the world. Those who celebrate make Day of the Dead a joyful event—they build bright altars for the deceased and bring their favorite foods to the graveyards.
Thu11

Veterans Day

Veterans Day marks the 11th of November, the date when the First World War came to an end. It is related to international Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, though it has taken on a broader meaning in some countries over the course of history. In the US, this day hails all the military veterans who were involved in any armed conflict that the country ever encountered, but especially so to the recent and current members of the military forces.

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Thu11

Independence Day in Poland

The Poland Independence Day was established in 1918 when the country managed to reunite after being divided between three European empires for over a hundred years. This day is celebrated throughout Poland with concerts and parades.

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Thu11

Armistice Day

This French National holiday marks a date when the armistice between the Allies and Germany was signed in 1918, putting an end to the First World War.
Tue16

Diwali

This Hindu festival of lights is similar to Christmas and symbolizes the victory of good over evil. During Diwali people enjoy spending time at home with their families, exchanging presents, eating tasty food, and watching fireworks.

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Wed17

Repentance Day

This religious occasion is observed in Germany 11 days before Advent. It is no longer a public holiday, but still an important event for Protestants.
Sat20

World Children’s Day

November 20th is celebrated as an occasion to promote children’s rights and speak up for those who cannot yet speak up for themselves. This international commemoration unites various countries in awareness-driving events and charity causes.

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Thu25

Thanksgiving

This feast of turkey, pumpkin pie, and mashed potatoes, is a national American holiday but these days it’s celebrated in many countries all over the world. People arrange family gatherings and give each other thanks for love and support.

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Fri26

Black Friday

Black Friday is an informal international holiday that states for the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Brands throw huge sales, so people drop their festive Thanksgiving tables with smoked turkeys and head shopping.

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Sun28

Hanukkah

Hanukkah is the eight-day festival of lights in the Jewish culture. Among the favorite traditions of the Jewish families are lighting the nine-candled menorahs, munching on deep-fried snacks and enjoying the outdoor festivities.

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Mon29

Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is a relatively new invention. It follows Black Friday, urging people to kick up pre-Christmas shopping spree with the great online deals. A smart quasi holiday has been ideated in the National Retail Federation headquarters.

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The upcoming holidays

There are lots of important holidays to add to your social media calendar for November: All Saints’ Day, Veterans Day (the USA), Dia de Los Muertos, and Diwali. Thanksgiving is one of the biggest family-oriented celebrations that’s celebrated in many countries all over the world and can be easily compared to Christmas. Yellow, orange, brown leaves are the symbol of November in the Northern countries. Even in countries with warm weather, November is associated with coziness, hugs, and family gatherings.

But of course, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the most exciting events of November. Start preparing your marketing campaigns in advance, because people all over the world are expecting huge discounts. In order to be noticed among millions of similar ads, posts, and stories on social media, you should create professionally-looking designs. Only high-quality videos, animations, and graphic designs draw the attention of users while they’re scrolling their timelines.