USA Holidays in September

USA Holidays in September 2019

Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Sunday
22
September

r169301 September 22, 2019 r169381 Elephant Appreciation Day

Elephant Appreciation Day is today. Show us how much you care about elephants. This is a big, elephant sized day. We feel it should be celebrated in a big way.

Elephant Appreciation Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Sunday
22
September

r169301 September 22, 2019 r169381 Hobbit Day

Hobbit Day is today. It is the birthday of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins, two of the main hobbit characters from The Lord of the Rings. There also is a Hobbit Week, which occurs on the Sunday through Saturday where Hobbit Day falls.

Hobbit Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:Most countries of the world

Most countries of the world

2019
Monday
23
September

r169301 September 23, 2019 r169381 The September Equinox

There are two equinoxes every year – in September and March – when the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night is nearly equal.

September Equinox
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Monday
23
September

r169301 September 23, 2019 r169381 Checkers Day and Dogs in Politics Day

Get out the Checker Board. Today is Checkers Day. So, do you want the red checkers? Or, the black ones? It may surprise you to know that it is also Dogs in Politics Day. Read on, and we will explain the connection.

Dogs in Politics
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Tuesday
24
September

r169301 September 24, 2019 r169381 National Cherries Jubilee Day

National Cherries Jubilee Day will make cherry lovers jubilant. If you enjoy cherries, you must absolutely love this day. Cherries Jubilee is easy to make. All you need is a can of cherry pie filling, some cognac (or brandy) and vanilla ice cream. Make today as sweet as a cherry. Enjoy National Cherries Jubilee Day to the max!

Cherries Jubilee Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Wednesday
25
September

r169301 September 25, 2019 r169381 National Comic Book Day

National Comic Book Day is a super cool day. Share a comic book with a friend today. We don’t know of anyone who doesn’t like a good comic book. Comic books are great reading. They either tell an ongoing story, provide humor, or offer intrigue and suspense. In all comic books, good eventually prevails over evil. So, comic books always make us feel good.

Comic Book Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Thursday
26
September

r169301 September 26, 2019 r169381 Johnny Appleseed Day

Johnny Appleseed Day honors one of America’s great legends. Johnny Appleseed was a real person. John Chapman was among the American settlers who were captivated by the movement west across the continent. As Johnny Appleseed travelled west, he planted apple trees along the way, and sold trees to settlers. With every apple tree that was planted, the legend grew.

Appleseed Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Friday
27
September

r169301 September 27, 2019 r169381 Crush a Can Day

Crush a Can Day is today. How flat can you squish it? After you get done kicking the can around, you get the fun of crushing it too. Use it as a stress reliever to take out all of the frustrations of your day. See how flat you can get it. It will make you feel good. Go ahead, give it a big squeeze. There, now don’t you feel better? You can crush a can anyway you want. There’s no rules. Just make sure to do so safely.

Crush a Can Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Saturday
28
September

r169301 September 28, 2019 r169381 International Rabbit Day

International Rabbit Day seeks to protect rabbits as pets and in the wild. Animal rights groups and humane societies are active promoters of this special day. Their objectives are to promote healthy, caring environments for rabbits that are raised as pets, and those living in the wild. They also seek to stop the use of rabbit furs and the use of rabbit on restaurant menus.

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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Saturday
28
September

r169301 September 28, 2019 r169381 National Good Neighbor Day

Ah, Good Neighbor Day. It’s definitely a good thing. Being good neighbors is an important part of the social fiber that makes this country so great. Therefore,  it seems only fitting that one day a year honors good neighbors.

Good Neighbor Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Saturday
28
September

r169301 September 28, 2019 r169381 Native Americans’ Day

The second Monday of October annually marks Columbus Day in many parts the United States but not all states or region follow this observance. Instead, they celebrate other events on the day. For example, South Dakota’s official holiday on this date is Native Americans’ Day (also known as Native American Day), while people in Berkeley, California, celebrate Indigenous People’s Day.

Native Americans' Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Saturday
28
September

r169301 September 28, 2019 r169381 Confucius Day

Confucius Day honors one of the world’s greatest philosophers. Born in China on October 18, 551 B.C., Confucius is one of the earliest, and perhaps the the first great philosopher. He was also a teacher, a scholar, and a politician. He gave the world many teachings, and gave the world 499 famous sayings. Celebrate Confucius Day by learning more about this ancient philosopher, and read some of his teachings and sayings.

Happy Confucius Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Saturday
28
September

r169301 September 28, 2019 r169381 Ask a Stupid Question Day

Today is Ask a Stupid Question Day. It’s your opportunity to speak up, and to ask all those questions you were afraid to ask. All those questions that you thought were too stupid or dumb to ask, have been piling up all year long. Today is the day to unload them. C’mon give it a try. Nobody will laugh……we hope.

Stupid Question Day
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Holiday Type:Observance

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Monday
30
September

r169301 September 30, 2019 r169381 National Mud Pack Day

National Mud Pack Day is today. Pile on the facial. Ladies, this is your day. Guys, you can get a mud pack facial, too. Just don’t let your buddies know that you did!!

Mud Pack Day
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Holiday Type:Jewish holiday

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Monday
14
October

r169301 October 14, 2019 r169381 First Day of Sukkot

Many Jewish communities in the United States celebrate the first day of Sukkot (Succot, Succoth, Sukkoth), which is the start of the Sukkot period. This period, also known as the Feast of Tabernacles, lasts for about seven days. It is observed during the week starting on 15th day of Tishri (or Tishrei), which is the first month of the year in the Jewish calendar.

Sukkot
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Holiday Type:Jewish holiday

Where It is Observed:USA

USA

2019
Sunday
20
October

r169301 October 20, 2019 r169381 Last Day of Sukkot

Many Jewish people in the United States mark Hoshana Rabbah (or Hoshana Raba) as the last day of Sukkot (Succot, Succoth, Sukkoth) in their calendars. This day is the end of the Sukkot period, also known as the Feast of Tabernacles. The Sukkot festival is observed during the week starting on 15th day of Tishri (or Tishrei), which is the first month of the year in the Jewish calendar.

Last Day of Sukkot
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