This page lists historical and other events on November 22nd in Catalonia and the Catalan-speaking countries as well as festivals and a list of births and deaths of well-known Catalans.
1915 - Barcelona: The start of the first course of the Escola Superior de Bibliotecàries, created by the Mancomunitat de Catalunya on October 14th in order to provide professional training for librarians.
1957 - València: The River Túria bursts its banks and floods Valencia
1998 - Terrassa: The Minyons de Terrassa build the first 3 de 10 amb folre i manilles in history.
1998 - Terrassa: The Castellers de Barcelona build a nine-storey castell for the first time in their history; a 4 de 9 amb folre.
2015 - Terrassa: The Minyons de Terrassa build the first 4 de 10 amb folre i manilles in history.
1880 - Sabadell, Vallès Occidental: Josep Renom i Costa, architect.
1901 - Sagunt, Camp de Morvedre: Joaquín Rodrigo Vidre, Valencian composer and pianist (died 1999).
1913 - Manresa, Bages: Joaquim Amat i Piniella, writer (died 1974).
1966 - Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain: Francisco Ángel Blanco Nieto, better-known as Latino, Valencian jazz musician, director and co-founder Sedajazz.
1984 - Tarragona: Joan Olivé i Márquez, Catalan motorcycle rider.
1927 - Barcelona: Francesc Gimeno i Arasa, Catalan painter and illustrator (born 1858).
1929 - Barcelona: Jaume Ferran i Clua, Catalan doctor and bacteriologist, who in 1884 invented the first anti-bacteria vaccine in history (against cholera).
2009 - Girona: Feliu Matamala i Teixidor, bookseller and cultural activist, awarded the Creu de Sant Jordi in 2009.
As Santa Cecília is patron saint of musicians, there are also a lot of music festivals.