Battle of the Falklands Day is a public holiday in the Falkland Islands celebrated on December 8. It commemorates the Battle of the Falkland Islands that occurred on December 8, 1914 during the First World War. The battle was the second major naval engagement of the war.
December 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, that is celebrated universally by the Roman Catholic Church. It celebrates the solemn belief that the conception of Virgin May was free from original sin.
Constitution Day in Romania is celebrated on December 8. Although it is not a public holiday, it is an official observance marked with speeches, educational activities and other appropriate events. Constitution Day commemorates the approval of the Constitution of Romania in 1991.
CARICOM-Cuba Day is an annual observance that marks the anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations by the nations of the Caribbean Community with Cuba. It is celebrated on December 8.