Holidays in September (2018 Calendar)

Welcome, everybody, to September, the 9th month of the year. September is also Hispanic Heritage Month, Classical Music Month, and Self Improvement Month. As a continuation of last month, I’ll do my best to have more than American holidays in this list. If a country isn’t named in conjunction with the holiday, just assume that it’s America. And yes, I know that this is late going up. I got caught up with school work. Give me a small break.

 

1

  • Emma M. Nutt Day – the first woman telephone operator
  • National Cherry Popover Day
  • World Peace Day (Germany)
  • Constitution Day (Slovakia)
  • Knowledge and Literature Day (Armenia)
  • Independence Day (Uzbekistan)

2

  • International Bacon Day – always the Saturday before Labor Day
  • VJ Day – for some
  • Father’s Day (multiple countries)
  • Janmashtami (Hindu Holiday)
  • Day of the Independent City of Ceuta (Ceuta, Spain)
  • Independence Day (Vietnam)
  • Daylight Saving Time starts (Namibia)

3

  • Labo(u)r Day – always the first Monday of the Month
  • Skyscraper Day
  • Armed Forces Day (Taiwan)
  • The Feast of St. Marinus and Republic Day (San Marino)
  • August Bank Holiday (Saint Helena)

4

  • Newspaper Carrier Day
  • World Sexual Health Day

5

  • Be Late for Something Day
  • Cheese Pizza Day
  • International Day of Charity

6

  • Fight Procrastination Day
  • Read a Book Day
  • Smhlolo Day/Independence Day (Swaziland)
  • Jeune Genevois (Geneva, Switzerland)
  • Armed Forces’ Day (Sao Tome and Principe)
  • Unification Day (Bulgaria)

7

  • National Salami Day
  • Neither Rain nor Snow Day
  • Independence Day (Brazil)
  • Victory Day (Mozambique)
  • Constitution Day (Fiji)

8

  • International Literacy Day
  • National Date Nut Bread Day (or December 22)
  • Pardon Day
  • Knabenschiessen (Zurich, Switzerland)
  • German Language Day (Germany)
  • Garl Carner Federal Lands Cleanup Day
  • The Feast of Our Lady of Victories (Malta)
  • Nativity of Our Lady (Liechtenstein)
  • National Day (Andorra)
  • Day of Asturias (Asturias, Spain)
  • Day of Extremadura (Extremadura, Spain)
  • Virgin of the Victory (Melilla, Spain)
  • Kosrae Liberation Day (Micronesia)
  • Nativity of Mary (Lebanon)
  • Independence Day (Republic of Macedonia)

9

  • Grandparent’s Day – always the Sunday after Labor Day
  • National Pet Memorial Day – always the second Sunday of the month
  • Rosh Hashanah – begins on Sunday and the date varies
  • Teddy Bear Day
  • Knabenschiessen (Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Children’s Day  (Costa Rica)
  • European Heritage Days/Day of the Open Monument (Germany)
  • Day of the Homeland (Germany)
  • Day of the Victims of Holocaust and of Racial Violence (Slovakia)
  • California Admission Day (California, US)
  • Day of the Workers in the Energy Sector (Turkmenistan)
  • Turkmen Bakhshi Day (Turkmenistan)
  • National Day (North Day)
  • Father’s Day (multiple countries)
  • Independence Day (Tajikistan)

10

  • Sewing Machine Day
  • Swap Ideas Day
  • Knabenschiessen (Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Rosh Hashana (Hebrew holiday)
  • Gibraltar Day (Gibraltar)
  • Repression Victims’ Day (Mongolia)
  • Children’s Day (Honduras)
  • St. George’s Caye Day (Belize)
  • Teacher’s Day (China)
  • World Suicide Prevention Day

11

  • 911 Remembrance
  • Make your Bed Day
  • No News is Good News Day
  • St. John the Baptist Day (Eritrea)
  • Geez New Year (Eritrea)
  • Rosh Hashana (Hebrew holiday)
  • Patriot Day
  • Our Lady of Coromoto (Venezuela)
  • Day of Catalonia (Catalonia, Spain)
  • Ethiopian New Year
  • Pohnpei Liberation Day (Micronesia)
  • Coptic New Year (Egypt)

12

  • National Chocolate Milkshake Day
  • National Video Games Day – also in July
  • Islamic New Year/Muharram
  • Amun Jadid (Muslim Holiday, Philippines)
  • Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu holiday)
  • National Day (Cabo Verde)
  • Tzom Gedaliah (Hebrew Holiday)
  • Eid-al-Adha (Melilla, Spain)
  • International Day for South-South Cooperation
  • Hijra New Year (Morocco)

13

  • Defy Superstition Day
  • Fortune Cookie Day
  • Blame Someone Else Day – always the first Friday the 13th of the year
  • Friday the 13th
  • National Peanut Day
  • Positive Thinking Day
  • Uncle Sam Day – anniversary of his image being first used in 1813
  • Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu holiday)
  • International Programmers’ Day

14

  • National Cream-Filled Donut Day
  • Holy Cross day (Christian holiday)
  • Battle of San Jacinto (Nicaragua)

15

  • Make a Hat Day
  • Felt Hat Day
  • Independence Day (multiple countries)
  • Shout of Dolores (Mexico)
  • Doy of Our Lady of Sorrows (Slovakia)
  • Nuestro Senora de la Bien Aparecida (Cantabria, Spain)
  • International Day of Democracy
  • Restoration of Primorska to the Motherland Day (Slovenia)
  • International Dot Day

16

  • American Legion Day
  • Collect Rocks Day
  • Step Family Day
  • Mayflower Day
  • Mexican Independence Day
  • National Play-Doh Day
  • National Women’s Friendship Day – always the third Sunday of the month
  • Wife Appreciation Day – always the third Sunday of the month
  • Working Parents Day
  • Swiss Federal Fast (Switzerland – except for Ge)
  • Malaysia Day
  • Independence Day (multiple countries)
  • Valentine’s Day (Colombia)
  • National Hero’s Day (Saint Kitts and Nevis)
  • Day of Martry Omar Al-Mokhtar (Libya)
  • International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer

17

  • Citizenship Day
  • Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
  • National Apple Dumpling Day
  • Birthday of Crown Prince Tuputo’a-‘Ulukalala (Tonga)
  • Teacher’s Day (Honduras)
  • Day of Melilla (Melilla, Spain)
  • Extended National Holiday (Chile)
  • Respect for the Aged Day (Japan)
  • National Hero Day (Angola)

18

  • National Cheeseburger Day
  • Yom Kippur – begins at sundown
  • US Air Force Birthday
  • National Day (Chile)

19

  • International Talk Like a Pirate Day
  • National Butterscotch Pudding Day
  • Yom Kippur (multiple countries)
  • Foundation of the Slovak National Council Day (Slovakia)
  • The Feast of Saint Januarius (Naples, Italy)
  • Independence Day (Saint Kitts and Nevis)
  • Army Day (Chile)
  • First Day of Yom Kippur (Republic of Macedonia)

20

  • National Pepperoni Pizza Day
  • National Punch Day
  • German World Children’s day
  • Tassoua (Iran)
  • Day of Ashura (Algeria and Lebanon)

21

  • International Peace Day
  • Miniature Golf Day
  • Ashura (multiple countries)
  • National POW/MIA Recognition Day
  • Founder’s Day (Ghana)

22

  • Eid-Ul-Adha – date varies
  • Business Women’s Day
  • Elephant Appreciation Day
  • Hobbit Day
  • Internation Rabbit Day – always the fourth Saturday of the month
  • National Hunting and Fishing day – always the fourth Saturday of the month
  • Oktoberfest begins in Germany – date varies
  • Emancipation Day (Ohio, US)
  • Independence Day (multiple countries)
  • National Public Lands Day

23

  • Autumn/September Equinox – date varies
  • Checkers day
  • Dog in Politics Day
  • Sukkot – begins at sundown and the date varies (Hebrew holiday)
  • International Celebrate Bisexuality Day
  • European Heritage Days (Austria)
  • Mid-Autumn Festival Day 1 (South Korea)
  • Saudi National Day
  • Mabon
  • My Birthday in case you care – probably not

24

  • National Cherries Jubilee Day
  • Anniversary of the Failed Attack on Lome (Togo)
  • Family and Community Day (Australia)
  • Independence Day (Guinea-Bissau)
  • Mid-Autumn Festival (multiple countries)
  • Constitutional Day (Cambodia)
  • Armed Forces Day (Peru)
  • Republic Day (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • Our Lady of Las Mercedes (Dominican Republic)
  • Heritage Day (South Africa)
  • Pitru Paksha starts (Hindu holiday)

25

  • National Comic Book Day
  • Armed Forces Day (Mozambique)

26

  • Johnny Appleseed Day
  • North Yemen Revolution Day
  • World Day Against Trafficking Persons
  • Interaction Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

27

  • Crush a Can Day
  • Meskel (multiple countries)
  • World Tourism Day
  • World Maritime Day

28

  • Ask a Stupid Question Day
  • National Good Neighbor Day
  • Native American Day – always the fourth Friday of the month
  • National Youth Day (Turks and Caicos Islands)
  • St. Wenceslas Day (Czech Republic)
  • German Sandwich Day
  • Daylight Saving Time ends (Mongolia)
  • Teachers’ Day (Taiwan)
  • Day of Bosnians (Kosovo)
  • World Rabies Day
  • International Bosniaks’ Day (for Bosniak community) (Republic of Macedonia)
  • National Drink Beer Day

29

  • Confucious Day – A.K.A. Get a Fortune Cookie Day
  • Micheal and All Angels (Christian holiday)
  • Daylight Saving Time starts (Samoa)
  • Boqueron Battle Victory Day (Paraguay)
  • World Heart Day
  • National Coffee Day

30

  • National Mud Pack Day
  • Last Day of Sukkot (Jewish holiday)
  • Gold Star Mother’s Day
  • Nationalization of Rocas (Sao Tome and Principe)
  • Hoshanah Rabah (Hebrew holiday)
  • Botswana Day

Sources:

Holiday Insights

Holidays Calendar

Holidays in September (2015 Calendar)

I hope everyone had a great first of September. I know I did. After I got out of class, I took a two-hour nap. It was amazing. But as many people out there ar back at school and have lots of homework already, let’s not forget to celebrate some holidays. Sometimes, it is the best way to get  through the school day.

  1. Emma N. Nutt Day (You’ve heard of her before haven’t you? First woman telephone operator? Neither have I.)
  2. VJ Day
  3. Skyscraper Day
  4. Newspaper Carrier Day
  5. Be Late for Something Day; Cheeze Pizza Day
  6. Fight Procrastination Day; Read a Book day
  7. Labor Day (always the first Monday of the month); Neither Rain nor Snow Day
  8. International Literacy Day; National Day Nut Bread Day; Pardon Day
  9. Teddy Bear Day
  10. Sewing Machine Day; Swap Ideas Day
  11. 911 Remembrance; Make you Bed Day; No News is Good News Day
  12. Chocolate Milk Shake Day; National Video Games Day
  13. Defy Superstition Day; Fortune Cookie Day; Grandparent’s Day (always the first Sunday after Labor Day); National Peanut Day; National Pet Memorial Day; Positive Thinking Day; Uncle Sam
  14. National Cream-Filled Donut Day
  15. Make a Hat Day; Felt Hat Day
  16. American Legion Day; Collect Rocks Day; Step Family Day; Mayflower Day; Mexican Independence Day; National Play-Doh Day; Working Parents Day
  17. National Apple Dumpling Day; Citizenship Day; Constitution Day
  18. National Cheeseburger Day; POW/MIA Recognition Day (always the third Friday)
  19. International Talk Like a Pirate Day; National Butterscotch Pudding Day; Oktoberfest begins (date varies)
  20. National Punch Day; Minature Women’s Friendship Day (always the third Sunday)
  21. International Peace Day; Minature Golf Day; Wolrd Gratitude Day
  22. Business Women’s Day; Elephant Appreciate Day
  23. Checkers Day; Dog in Politics Day; Eid-Ul-Adha
  24. National Cherries Jubilee Day
  25. National Comic Book Day; National American Day (always the fourth Friday)
  26. International Rabbit Day; Appleseed Day
  27. Crush a Can Day
  28. Ask a Stupid Question Day; National Good Neighbor Say (always the 28th; used to be the fourth Sunday)
  29. Confucius Day
  30. National Mud Pack Day

Once again, your holidays have been brought to you by Holiday Insights, but where you expecting any different after this long.