March 2023 Calendar

Embrace the fresh perspective that a change of season brings. Our March 2023 briefing includes a printable calendar of popular holidays and occasions, consumer insights, and marketing resources to help you plan for the big thaw. 

July Calendar featured cherry pie

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March 2023 Holidays & Observances

National Women's History Month#womenshistorymonth
Irish American Heritage Month#irishamerican
National Craft Month#nationalcraftmonth
1W🌎Zero Discrimination Day#zerodiscriminationday
National Peanut Butter Lover's Day#PeanutButterLoversDay
2ThNational Read Across America Day#ReadAcrossAmerica
Nineteen-Day Fast (March 2 - 20)#19dayfast
3F🌎World Wildlife Day#WorldWildlifeDay
National Day of Unplugging#NationalDayOfUnplugging
National Employee Appreciation Day#EmployeeAppreciationDay
4SaNational Grammar Day#NationalGrammarDay
6MNational Dentist's Day#DentistsDay
Purim - Jewish#purim
7TuNational Cereal Day#NationalCerealDay
National Be Heard Day#NationalBeHeardDay
8W🌎International Women's Day#BeBoldForChange
National Proofreading Day#NationalProofreadingDay
9ThPopcorn Lovers Day#PopcornLoversDay
World Kidney Day#WorldKidneyDay
10FNational Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day#NWGHAAD
National Pack Your Lunch Day#NationalPackYourLunchDay
11SaWorld Plumbing Day
National Worship of Tools Day#WorshipOfToolsDay
12SuNational Girl Scout Day#GirlScoutDay
Daylight Savings#DaylightSavings
13MNational Napping Day#NationalNappingDay
14TuPotato Chip Day#NationalPotatoChipDay
Pi Day#PiDay
15WWorld Contact Day#worldcontactday
World Consumer Rights Day#WCRD2021
16ThNational Freedom of Information Day#FreedomOfInformationDay
17FSt. Patrick's Day#StPatricksDay
World Sleep Day#WorldSleepDay
Red Nose Day#RedNoseDay
18SaHoli - Hindu#holi
Awkward Moments Day#NationalAwkwardMomentsDay
19SuHola Mohalla - Sikh#holamohalla
National Let's Laugh Day#NationalLetsLaughDay
20M🌎International Day of Happiness#InternationalDayofHappiness
🌎French Language Day#frenchlanguageday
Spring Equinox#springequinox #FirstDayofSpring
World Storytelling Day#WorldStorytellingDay
World Oral Health Day#WOHD
21Tu🌎International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination#iderd
🌎International Day of Nowrúz#nowruz
🌎World Poetry Day#worldpoetryday
🌎World Down Syndrome Day#worlddownsyndromeday
🌎International Day of Forests#internationaldayofforests
🌎Week of Solidarity with the Peoples Struggling against Racism and Racial Discrimination (March 21 - 27)#WorldAgainstRacism
22W🌎World Water Day#WorldWaterDay
23Th🌎World Meteorology Day#worldmeteorologyday
National Puppy Day#NationalPuppyDay
Ramadan - Islamic (Mar. 23 - Apr. 21)#Ramadan
24F🌎World Tuberculosis Day#worldtuberculosisday
🌎International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims#righttothetruth
25Sa🌎International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade#slavetradeabolition
🌎International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members#UNStaffMembers
Tolkien Reading Day#TolkienReadingDay
International Waffle Day#internationalwaffleday
Earth Hour Day#EarthHour
26SuNational Spinach Day#NationalSpinachDay
Purple Day#PurpleDay
Khordad Sal - Zoroastrian#khordadsal
28TuAmerican Diabetes Association Alert Day#AmericanDiabetesAssociationAlertDay
30ThDoctor's Day#NationalDoctorsDay
National Take a Walk in the Park Day#NationalWalkInTheParkDay
Rama Navami - Hindu#RamaNavami
31FTransgender Day of Visibility#TDOV
Cesar Chavez Day#cesarchavezday
World Backup Day#WorldBackupDay
🇺🇸United States Federal Holiday
🌎United Nations Observance

About March

March is the 3rd month of the year and the first month of spring. For those in the north it brings the great thaw and along with it the promise of ice free walk ways.

Top Consumer Spending Events

According to the National Retail Federation (NRP) St. Patrick’s Day and Easter are the major events that drive consumer spending during the month. While we are still in the midst of a global pandemic, we’ve learned that enthusiasm for keeping our traditions and connections strong has only grown.

View the planners below for insights and resources:

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

A top annual consumer spending event //St. Patrick's Day, also known as the Feast of St. Patrick, is a long standing cultural and religious celebration occurring annually on March 17th. It both commemorates Saint Patrick and celebrates the heritage and culture of the...

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6th largest consumer spending event of the year //Easter arrived on April 9th in 2023. It is observed with religious services commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead and celebrated widely with egg decorating, Easter baskets, bunnies, egg hunts, and...

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March Symbology

Offer personalized birthday gifts by featuring March symbology.

  • March’s birthstones are the aquamarine and bloodstone.
  • Its birth flower is the daffodil.
  • The zodiac signs for the month of March are Pisces (fish)  until March 19 and Aries (ram) March 20 onwards.

Printable March 2023 Calendar

Click to download and print a PDF of the March calendar with all holidays and occasions listed above.

If you embed on your site, we simply ask for credit and a link back →  March Calendar by Annum. 

Regarding the Holidays and Occasions We Have Chosen

Our goal in creation of these calendars is to make marketing planning easier. So, in order to keep things simple we have chosen to focus on the top 12 consumer spending events as identified by the National Retail Federation; U.S. Federal Holidays; significant religious, ethnic, and cultural holidays that represent the diversity of the U.S. population as identified by ADL; and popular hashtag holidays that provide an opportunity for a natural business tie-in.

If you are interested in finding more occasions to commemorate here are a few resources:

Note that Bahá’í, Jewish, and Islamic holidays begin at sundown the previous day and end at sundown on the date listed.

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