2017 National Trivia Day

Annual Fall

4th January

List of National Trivia Day dates by year

20184th JanuaryThursday
20194th JanuaryFriday
20204th JanuarySaturday
20214th JanuaryMonday
20224th JanuaryTuesday
20234th JanuaryWednesday
20244th JanuaryThursday
20254th JanuarySaturday
20264th JanuarySunday
20274th JanuaryMonday

National Trivia Day is celebrated across the United States each year on January 4. Pull out the trivia cards and use #NationalTriviaDay to post on social media.

National Trivia Day

Robert L. Birch, Grand PunScorpion of the Puns Corps created this day to raise our awareness of the significance of trivia in the development of human curiosity, science, and fun.

Trivia Day is a fun day. It is an opportunity for us to share those many little trinkets of knowledge. It doesn't matter how big or how trivial. Dazzle your friends and family with generous portions of trivia today




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