National Bobblehead Day – January 7, 2022 Activities, History, Celebration

National Bobblehead Day is celebrated on January 6th every year. This day is dedicated to the bobbleheads, those little figures with big heads and oversized smiles that we all love so much. There are many different types of bobbles: sports players, presidents, even cartoon characters such as Bart Simpson or Homer Simpson from “The Simpsons.” Collecting them is a hobby for some people; others just like to make fun of them. But no matter what your feelings about these toys might be, there’s no denying their popularity and they’ve been around for a long time!

History Of National Bobblehead Day

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum applied to turn the day into a national holiday in December 2014. On November 18th, it was announced that they had been approved! The museum opened its doors on January 7th, 2016 with over 800 rare sports collectibles from all 50 states as well as bobbles spans decades including several memorable moments like Vikings QB Fran Tarkenton’s 3rd quarter perfection against Chicago Bears back when he played football for them (1961).

The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on January 7th annually under policies set forth to designate a National holiday.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalBobbleheadDay

Bobbleheads, or head sculptures that sit on a desk and make noises when you move closer to them. You can buy one for yourself or give the gift of bobbles this year! Learn something new about these interesting creatures – we bet your friends will too. Share pictures with the #NationalBobbleheadDay hashtag so others know what’s happening near them online today as well!

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