The 21st of February is Sticky Bun Day.
As with many of these food days, the question is are you meant to make it, or does it matter how it landed in your hot little hands — can you just enjoy it?
The question may be an academic one today: with sticky buns, you pretty much have to start the night before, so if you didn’t start them yesterday, you’re definitely buying today, unless you have the morning or afternoon off to make them.
The earliest print mention that CooksInfo is aware of at this point dates from a Canadian newspaper in 1985:
“But there are none [Ed: special days] to rival National Sticky Bun Day, Feb. 21. Let’s make it international so we can all chomp those buns or, to make it bicultural, croissants, together.” (Pierce, Gretchen. Wacky days needed to perk up our weeks. Edmonton, Alberta: Edmonton Journal. Sunday, 3 February 1985. Page B1, col. 2.)