If you find it difficult to get serious with a bobblehead, then you're not alone, however, maybe you should. Bobblehead National Day on 7 January is our chance to recognize the joy behind these dolls and acknowledge your love for them without feeling inferior about it. Although these goofy dolls have gained popularity over the past few decades, bobblehead hairstyles have been around for the past few centuries. We bet you there is a bobblehead version of any celebrity you can think of: the president, the sports figure, the Supreme Court judge, and the Beatles band all have their own bobblehead. It is clear that National Bobblehead Day is a wonderful idea. Moreover, if you don't believe us, just ask our population of millions of people around the world. They will surely nod in agreement.
National Bobblehead Day History
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum submitted the National Bobblehead Day in December 2014. On November 18, 2014, Bobblehead Museum and Museum and Museum and Museum Country has been announced. The museum opened in 2016 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and houses the largest collection of bobblehead hair in the world. This building is a destination to honor the best bobblehead with its hall of fame and numerous exhibits relating to the history and making of the bobblehead.
The registrar at the National Day Calendar announces the date observed on January 7 each year in line with policies laid out to designate National Day.
What Do People Do?
Because the National Bobblehead Museum is still completing, you can visit its website to learn about bobblehead's history. You can also check out a growing list of bobblehead dolls that have been donated in recent years. Ultimately, the museum is hoping to have an actual presence in Milwaukee. However, there is no official word yet as to whether the roof will bounce and descend.
Bobblehead are said to be interesting, right? Therefore, line up a few dozen bobblehead hairstyles and see if you can get all of them bouncing at once. Who knows? It's possible that the Guinness Book of World Records will get a new entry when you're done.
Nearly all professional sports teams, from major leagues to juveniles, have their first gift day at some point. Buy some tickets and get your free gift! Just be sure to get there early. Such gifts are usually limited in quantity and since some are known to take their bobblehead collection seriously, you don't want to battle a collector for one of the last bobbleheads. the same in the box.
ObservedNational Bobblehead Day has been observed annually on January 7th.
Tuesday, January 7th, 2020
Thursday, January 7th, 2021
Friday, January 7th, 2022
Saturday, January 7th, 2023
Sunday, January 7th, 2024
National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in December 2014