January 30th observes Croissant Day and Insane Answering Machine Day.
Welcome to day thirty, another milestone on the calendar! Who’s looking forward to February?
Here you’ll find so many interesting events that all took place on January 30, including many war and crime related events.
Did you know that on this day in 1965, over 320,000 people attended Winston Churchill’s funeral? It was given television coverage by the BBC for over 4 hours.
Keep reading for more interesting facts about January 30th in history!
What Events Happened On January 30 In History?
January 30 Birthday Facts, Zodiac & Birthstone
People who were born on January 30th all share the Aquarius star sign.
Aquarians love to express their individuality by being unique in how they act, the clothes they wear, their hair, and any other way they can think of.
If you were born in January, your birthstone is the Garnet. The garnet is said to bring love, luck, health, loyalty, and friendship to people who are born this month.
If you were born on January 30th, you were likely conceived on the week of May 9th in the previous year.
Is today is your birthday? If so, you share the same birthday with Franklin D. Roosevelt. Here are a few other famous people born on this day.
Famous People Born On January 30
Danielle CampbellAmerican Actress
Christian BaleEnglish Actor
Phil CollinsEnglish Drummer
Franklin D. RooseveltAmerican President
Special Holidays On January 30th
If you’re looking for something to do today, maybe these special holidays might just help to cure your boredom!
National Croissant Day
After a wonderful night's sleep, it’s always best to start the day off right, which means a proper breakfast! Today is National Croissant Day, so why not ditch the toast and go for something a little more continental? You won't regret it!
National Insane Answering Machine Day
Receiving answering machine messages was so annoying that it's still remembered today! While this day used to be all about ignoring the endless stream of answering machine messages you got, it’s now the perfect time to be glad we no longer have these silly machines!