Holiday Type: Jewish holiday

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Saturday
September
1
2018

Selichot

Selichot (Hebrew: סליחות) means ‘sorry/forgiveness prayers’. Selichot are recited from the Sunday before the Jewish New Year until the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). Selichot are aimed for both the individual and communities to atone their sins between man and God. They are intended for Jews to reflect on their actions of the past year and to refrain from committing the same sins in the next New Year.

 

Holiday Type: Hindu Holiday

  

Month: September


Sunday
September
2
2018

Janmashtami in the United States

Janmashtami in the United States of America is celebrated by the Hindu community because it is their annual event. They celebrate the birth of Krishna in various ways and show their love towards their GOD on that day. According to US calendar, this event comes in August or September which is equal to Bhadrapada month of Hindi calendar. Hindu community celebrates the holiday in the US and prays to GOD for a better life.

 

Holiday Type: Federal Holiday

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Monday
September
3
2018

Labor Day in the USA

Labor Day is on the first Monday of September every year. It was originally organized to celebrate various labor unions’ strengths of and contributions to the United States’ economy.

 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Saturday
September
8
2018

Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day in the United States

Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day is observed in the United States on the first Saturday after Labor Day. It is a day when people are encouraged to participate in cleaning up the federal lands and features various programs and activities.

Cleanup Day
 

Holiday Type: National

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Wednesday
September
12
2018

National Chocolate Milkshake Day

National Chocolate Milkshake Day is an opportunity for chocoholoics to savor and enjoy. The weather may have cooled off. But, our appetite for chocolate, specifically chocolate milk shakes, hasn’t cooled off one iota. The first milkshake was made in 1885. They were originally sold in bars and saloons. The original milkshake was made of whiskey, eggs and cream.

Milkshake Day
 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Wednesday
September
12
2018

Video Games Day

Video Games Day celebrates popular video games that stormed onto the market, and changed the way your kids play games. From Atari to Nintendo to Xbox, video games provide all too many hours of playing time on your television set.

Video Games Day
 

Holiday Type: National

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Thursday
September
13
2018

Uncle Sam Day

Uncle Sam Day celebrates a symbol of America. Uncle Sam is certainly one of America’s most recognized symbols. Uncle Sam appears on everything from military posters to cartoon images to advertising media. He is perhaps, the most recognizable symbol in the world.

Uncle Sam
 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Thursday
September
13
2018

Defy Superstition Day

Defy Superstition Day is celebrated on September 13th of each year. Superstition is a pejorative term for belief in supernatural causality: that one event leads to the cause of another without any natural process linking the two events, such as astrology, religion, omens, witchcraft, etc., that contradicts natural science.

Defy Superstition Day
 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Thursday
September
13
2018

Fortune Cookie Day

This day celebrates the creation of the Fortune Cookie. What a great cookie. A little slip of paper inside of it brings you good luck, a whimsical saying, or a philosophical thought

Fortune Cookie
 

Holiday Type: National

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Thursday
September
13
2018

National Peanut Day

National Peanut Day is the peanuttiest of days. Native to South America, the locals there couldn’t keep this great nut to themselves. Actually, peanuts are not nuts. They are “legumes”, like peas, beans, and lentils.

Peanut Day
 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Thursday
September
13
2018

Positive Thinking Day

Positive Thinking Day is today. Today is all about attitude…. a positive attitude. It’s a lot like the ant, when faced with moving a rubber tree plant thought “I think I can”. With that in mind, I just know that everything will go fine from this day forward.

Positive Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Friday
September
14
2018

National Cream Filled Donut Day

National Cream Filled Donut Day is a sugary, sweet day. Dontcha just love special days like today!? Sure, you were watching your weight. Then, along comes a special day that is just packed with calorie and carbs. And, that special day encourages you to eat one of your favorite breakfast treats…. cream filled donuts.

Donut Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Saturday
September
15
2018

National Hunting and Fishing Day

National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) was first created to recognize and thank hunters and fishermen for their support towards wildlife and aquatic conservation. Hunters and fishermen were the first to recognize the need to conserve and manage wildlife and fishing populations, and maintain a healthy environment for them.

Hunting and Fishing Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Saturday
September
15
2018

Make a Hat Day

Make a Hat Day is is a day for fun. Design, make, and wear your a hat for yourself today. Put your personality into it. Or, make a hat from a character you would like to imitate for a day. This day is very popular with preschool,  kindergarten, and grade school teachers and students. Early in the new school year, teachers look for fun and interesting projects to break up the classroom routine, or for art projects. Kids, who love arts projects by nature, can use their creativity in making a hat that fits them!

Felt Hat Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Saturday
September
15
2018

National Felt Hat Day

Felt Hat Day is today. On this day, men traditionally wear a felt hat. Women can participate in this day, too. They just have to have a felt hat. Back in the early to mid 1900s, hats were popularly worn by both men and women. It was stylish. At that time, felt was a common material for men’s hats. With cooler Fall weather approaching, the guys went to the coat closet and dusted off their felt hats , and began to wear them once more.

Felt Hat Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: USA

 

Month: September


Sunday
September
16
2018

National Play-Doh Day

National Play-Doh Day celebrates a great childhood play toy. Invented in the mid 1950s, it has entertained millions of children, and allowed them to express their creativity, both at home and in the classroom.

Play-Doh Day