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September

As the back-to-school season begins, this month ushers in a different kind of new beginning. People let go of their carefree summer attitude and begin preparing for the autumn season.

Sat
3

National Welsh Rarebit Day

Every year on September 3rd, National Welsh Rarebit Day is observed. What exactly is a rarebit? It’s actually the Welsh word for “rabbit.”

Sat
3

International Bacon Day

International Bacon Day, also known as Bacon Day, is an unofficial holiday celebrated on the Saturday before US Labor Day.

Sun
4

World Sexual Health Day

Since 2010, World Sexual Health Day (WSHD) has been observed on September 4 as an awareness day managed by the World Association for Sexual Health (WAS), a global advocacy organization dedicated to promoting best practices in sexual health.

Mon
5

International Day of Charity

The primary goal of the International Day of Charity is to raise awareness and provide a global platform for charitable activities.

Thu
8

International Literacy Day

On October 26, 1966, at the 14th session of UNESCO’s General Conference, UNESCO declared September 8th as International Literacy Day.

Sat
10

Swap Ideas Day

Swap Ideas Day, observed annually on September 10th, encourages us to share a creative or useful idea with someone and trade ideas in exchange. Throughout the day, use #NationalSwapIdeasDay to generate ideas that lead to solutions and new products, or ...

Sun
11

National Day of Service and Remembrance

On the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, this federally recognized day of unity and charitable service is observed each year. Americans across the country are being encouraged to volunteer in their communities in honor of the lives lost, as we ...

Mon
12

National Video Games Day

Every year on September 12, gamers celebrate National Video Games Day with great pride and enthusiasm. Invite your friends over for a round of your favorite multiplayer game, visit an arcade to revisit the classics, or treat yourself to a newly release ...

Mon
12

National Day of Encouragement

The United States declared September 12 as the National Day of Encouragement in 2007, and it is observed annually. The day is dedicated to encouraging and positively impacting those around us. Use the hashtag #NationalDayofEncouragement on social media ...

Tue
13

International Programmers Day

This day honors all programmers on the 256th day of each year, as there is hardly anyone in the civilized world who does not benefit from their work. Programmers recognize the number 256. 256 equals 2 to the eighth when represented by an eight-bit byte ...

Thu
15

International Day of Democracy

The United Nations General Assembly designated September 15 as International Day of Democracy with the goal of promoting and upholding democratic principles and invited member states and organizations to commemorate the day in a way that contributes to ...

Thu
15

National Cheeseburger Day

This day commemorates one of the most iconic and delicious examples of American cuisine, and it has been observed every year since the early Roaring Twenties. To commemorate this day, cook some cheeseburgers for your friends and family, or go to your f ...

Fri
16

International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer

The International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer was established by the United Nations General Assembly to commemorate the date when nations signed the Montreal Protocol. On this day, try to advocate for sustainability and clean energy, or ...

Sat
17

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest is the world’s largest beer festival, attracting over six million visitors over the course of three weeks. Oktoberfest features massive beer tents run by various Bavarian brewers, as well as amusement rides and activities.

Sat
17

Still's Disease Awareness Day

On September 17th, Still’s Disease Awareness Day was established to honor Still’s patients worldwide. The goal is to raise awareness and education about Still’s disease in order to speed diagnosis, improve disease management, and assi ...

Sun
18

World Water Monitoring Day

The program aims to raise public awareness and participation in water resource protection around the world by empowering citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local water bodies. Join the 1.5 million global participants by uploading test kit re ...

Mon
19

International Talk Like a Pirate Day

A holiday invented in 1995 by John Baur and Mark Summers of Albany, Oregon, United States. They declared September 19th as the day when everyone in the world should speak like a pirate. This holiday observer would not greet friends with “Ahoy, ma ...

Tue
20

National IT Professionals Day

National IT Professionals Day is celebrated annually on the third Tuesday of September to honor the world’s venerable geeks and unsung heroes who keep us all connected. Remember to thank other IT Professionals on this day and share #ITProDay on s ...

Tue
20

National Rum Punch Day

This holiday honors the consumption of rum punch. Rum punch is an age-old recipe that is made by distilling fermented sugar from sugar cane juice or molasses. On National Rum Punch Day, throw a punch party and share a bowl of rum punch with your friend ...

Wed
21

International Day of Peace

The International Day of Peace, also known as World Peace Day, is a United Nations-sanctioned holiday celebrated annually on September 21. It is dedicated to world peace, specifically the absence of war and violence, such as that which might result fro ...

Wed
21

International Day of Peace (World)

The International Day of Peace, also known as World Peace Day, is observed annually on September 21. The United Nations General Assembly declared this day to be dedicated to strengthening peace ideals among all nations and peoples by observing 24 hours ...

Thu
22

Car Free Day

Car Free Day, observed on September 22, encourages motorists to forego driving for a single day. In some cities and countries, organized events are held to raise awareness about the environment and encourage people to use public transportation. Why not ...

Fri
23

International Celebrate Bisexuality Day

Since 1999, September 23 has been observed globally as Bi Visibility Day. The day’s goal is to give the bisexual community and their supporters a platform, as well as to draw global attention to the social, economic, and cultural prejudices and c ...

Fri
23

First Day of Fall

The autumnal equinox, also known as the September or fall equinox, marks the beginning of fall in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere. This equinox can occur at any time between September 21 and 24, due to dif ...

Fri
23

International Day of Sign Languages

Every year on September 23, the world celebrates International Day of Sign Languages (IDSL), which coincides with International Week of the Deaf. This day aims to raise awareness about the importance of preserving sign languages in the realization of d ...

Sun
25

National Tune-Up Day

It is recommended that homeowners tune up their heating systems once a year, prior to seasonal changes, to ensure that they operate efficiently. This includes removing dust and dirt from your vents, ensuring your vents are not blocked or leaking, and e ...

Sun
25

Rosh Hashanah -Jewish

The Jewish New Year is Rosh Hashanah, which literally means “head [of] the year.” Yom Teruah, which means “day of shouting or blasting,” is the biblical name for this holiday. It is the first of the Jewish High Holy Days, as out ...

Mon
26

Lumberjack Day

This tradition began in the mid-2000s when Marianne Ways and Colleen AF Venable decided it was time to honor the archetypal woodsman, the lumberjack. Dress up in your favorite plaid shirt and invite your friends over for a lumberjack-themed party to ce ...

Mon
26

National Pancake Day

Every year on September 26th, this food holiday is observed. Make a batch of pancakes to share with your friends and family or order a stack of syrupy goodness from your favorite diner to celebrate. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalPancak ...

Tue
27

World Tourism Day

Every year on September 27, World Tourism Day (WTD) is observed. Its goal is to raise international awareness of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political, and economic value.

Tue
27

Rosh Hashanah (End)

Every year on September 27, World Tourism Day (WTD) is observed. Its goal is to raise international awareness of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political, and economic value.

Wed
28

Fast of Gedaliah

The Fast of Gedalia, also known in Hebrew as Gedaliah or Gedalya(h), is a minor Jewish fast day observed from dawn to dusk to mourn the assassination of Judah’s righteous governor. Following the destruction of the First Temple, his assassination ...

Wed
28

International Right to Know Day

The UNESCO General Conference established this international day of recognition in November 2015, and it was first observed on September 28, 2016. Its goal was to raise awareness about the importance of universal access to information, so that everyone ...

Thu
29

World Heart Day

The World Heart Foundation organizes World Heart Day, which is observed worldwide on September 29 to educate people about cardiovascular disease and promote preventative measures to reduce the risk of developing it. Use the hashtag #UseHeart to spread ...

Fri
30

International Podcast Day

On September 30th, International Podcast Day recognizes the importance of podcasts. Make the most of this day by connecting with other podcasters, podcast listeners, and podcast enthusiasts. To celebrate, listen to your favorite podcast or take some ti ...

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