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Unusual, Weird and Fun holidays celebrated around the world

Unusual, Weird and Fun holidays celebrated around the world for 2020-2021 year
There are many unusual holidays celebrated every single day all around the world. They are mostly holidays created by people who try to see everyday life from a different perspective, to bring more freshness and inspiration in daily routine, or simply to have some fun. These holidays often focus on things that are normally considered trivial and not worth celebrating. But sometimes they are really worth. Take Ice Cream Day, for instance. Would anyone really argue that this wonderful food play an important role in the life of every human being? Some other weird holidays are dedicated to actually really weird things, like Male Watchers Day. As they say tastes differ, and there is a special day for almost everything. Choose a strange holiday for you to celebrate or enjoy them all with our list of the most bizarre holidays ever celebrated.

List of Unusual Holidays for 2020-2021 year

September 2020

Wednesday 30 September - Mud Pack Day (The use of mud for therapeutic and beauty purposes can be traced back to the 16th century during the Renaissance)

October 2020

Saturday 3 October - International Frugal Fun Day (first Saturday in October); Techie's Day; World Card Making Day (the first Saturday in October); Virus Appreciation Day; Mushroom Day (unofficial mushroom picker holiday - silent hunt)
Saturday 10 October - Hug a Drummer Day (is celebrated all around the world in order to pay tribute to and show appreciation for the drummers in bands); World Porridge Day
Monday 12 October - Moment of Frustration Day (is the opportunity to let your frustrations out); Old Farmers Day in USA
Tuesday 13 October - Confucius Day; International Suit Up Day; No Bra Day (On this day women are encouraged to forgo wearing no bra as a means to encourage breast cancer awareness); World Zombie Day
Thursday 15 October - Ada Lovelace Day (was created to celebrate one of the first computer programmers); White Cane Safety Day (White Cane Day)
Friday 16 October - Dictionary Day (is held in honor of Noah Webster, the man who is considered to have fathered the American Dictionary); Feral Cat Day; Steve Jobs Day (was established by the Governor of California in memorial to this great innovator, who passed from the world in October of 2011); Hagfish Day; National Boss’s Day (or Bosses Day)
Saturday 17 October - Bridge Day (is an annual one-day festival in Fayetteville, Fayette County, West Virginia, United States); Wear Something Gaudy Day; Spreadsheet Day; Get Smart About Credit Day (was established by the ABA - American Bankers Association)
Friday 23 October - Mole Day (is an holiday celebrated among chemists); iPod Day (The first iPod was sold on November 10th, 2001, and the world has never been the same); Earth Creation Day; Tv Talk Show Host Day
Thursday 29 October - Hermit Day; Cement Day (celebrated since 2018)

November 2020

Tuesday 10 November - Area Code Day (Area Codes first came into existence in the 1940’s in the laboratories of AT&T and Bell); Forget-Me-Not Day; Tongue Twister Day
Saturday 21 November - November Restaurant Day (is occurs once per season. The third Saturday of February, May, August, and November); No Music Day; Use Less Stuff Day; False Confession Day; World Hello Day
Sunday 22 November - Go For a Ride Day; National Start Your Own Country Day in US (is observed next on Friday, November 22nd, 2019. It has been observed annually on November 22nd since 1939)
Saturday 28 November - Red Planet Day (is commemorates the launch of the Spacecraft Mariner 4 on November 28,1964); Make Your Own Head Day

December 2020

Tuesday 1 December - Decembeaver begins (In 'Decembeaver', Women Will Stop Shaving Their Lady Parts For Charity)
Sunday 6 December - Mitten Tree Day; International Sweater Vestival (Festival of Sweater Vests - fun unofficial Christmas fashion-related holiday featured); Put on Your Own Shoes Day
Wednesday 9 December - Christmas Card Day; World Techno Day (Juan Atkins was born on Dec 9, 1962, and was part of the Belleville Three, so named because of their time together in Belleville, Michigan)
Saturday 12 December - Poinsettia Day (Euporbia pulcherrima is discovered in 1828 by Joel Roberts Poinsett); National Ding-a-Ling Day in US
Tuesday 15 December - Cat Herders Day (This is a day for everyone who has to face the frustration of trying to manage the unmanageable)
Monday 21 December - Flashlight Day; Humbug Day (This day was created to allow us an opportunity to express our frustrations); Look on the Bright Side Day
Wednesday 23 December - Roots Day; HumanLight Day (is a secular holiday that focuses on the "positive, secular human values of reason, compassion, humanity and hope"); Festivus (a holiday made popular by the sitcom Seinfeld, as an alternative to the pressures and commercialism of the Christmas season)
Monday 28 December - Card Playing Day (Playing cards are thought to have first been introduced to the world in China)
Tuesday 29 December - Tick Tock Day (urges us to make the most of this time to complete those tasks that can be done in that time)
Thursday 31 December - Unlucky Day (You get the chance to get all the bad things out of the way, do next year will be happy, healthy and prosperous); No Interruptions Day; Make Up Your Mind Day

January 2021

Friday 1 January - Commitment Day (The first known Commitment Day was celebrated in 1960 as an extension of the tradition of New Year’s Resolutions—however); First Foot Day; Polar Bear Swim Day or Polar Plunge Day (Canada and United States); Z Day (People whose first or last name start with the letter Z must have it pretty rough. Most processes, systems and organizations use alphabetical sorting as standard, meaning they are always last no matter the place or occasion)
Saturday 2 January - National Creampuff Day and National Buffet Day in United States; Happy Mew Year for Cats Day (The founders, Tom and Ruth Roy, wanted cats to have a very special New Year's celebration all to themselves); Run it Up the Flagpole and See if Anyone Salutes Day (It means to float an idea to see what people think, or if they notice); Science Fiction Day; National Pet Travel Safety Day in US
Sunday 3 January - Festival of Sleep Day (the holiday encourages people to catch up on their sleep post-holiday and New Year celebrations); Humiliation Day (as a time to recognize the negativity of humiliating someone, or a group of people); The drinking straw day
Monday 4 January - Pop Music Chart Day; Trivia Day (It is an opportunity for us to share those many little trinkets of knowledge)
Tuesday 5 January - Fruitcake Toss Day (Manitou Springs has hosted the Fruitcake Toss tournament every year since 1995)
Thursday 7 January - Distaff Day (medieval Europe); I'm Not Going To Take It Anymore Day; Old Rock Day (This day is completely dedicated to collect different rocks)
Friday 8 January - Argyle Day (The argyle pattern comes from the tartan of Clan Campbell, which originated in Argyll in western Scotland); Bubble Bath Day (Bubble Baths have been popular for as long as baths with surfactant-based soap have been a thing); Earth's Rotation Day (In 1851, the French physicist Léon Foucault demonstrated how the earth rotates by suspending a lead-filled brass ball from the top of the Panthéon in Paris); Joy Germ Day (Back in 1981, Joan White of Syracuse, New York thought of the idea of holding joy germ Day); Male Watchers Day; Poetry At Work Day (finding the beauty in your job and putting it into some form of artful prose); Show & Tell Day At Work Day
Saturday 9 January - Static Electricity Day; Play God Day (What we do know ,is that God is good. Therefore, we believe that Play God Day is a day to do something good and extra special)
Sunday 10 January - Houseplant Appreciation Day (was established by The Gardener’s Network, establishing an official opportunity to remind people of the benefits of houseplants. Having plants in your home or office can do a great deal to lift your mood and improve your quality of life. For example, a 2009 study showed that the scent of lavender can effectively lower pulse rates in stressful situations); Peculiar People Day
Saturday 16 January - Appreciate A Dragon Day; Nothing Day (This day was first practiced way back in 1973 by newspaperman Harold Pullman Coffin. The goal of the day is "to provide Americans with one national day where they can just sit without celebrating, observing, or honoring anything.")
Sunday 17 January - Cable Car Day (In early 1871 British-born, US resident Andrew Smith Hallidie received the first patent in relation to the cable car); Ditch New Year's Resolutions Day; World Snow Day
Monday 18 January - Thesaurus Day (It is celebrated every year on January 18th, which is the birthday of the author of Roget's Thesaurus, Peter Roget. Peter Roget was born on January 18th in 1779); Winnie the Pooh Day (This day was created to celebrate the birth of A.A .Milne in 1882); Blue Monday (Date for 2021. The third Monday is claimed to be the most depressing day of the year)
Tuesday 19 January - Tin Can Day (Peter Durand patented the tin can in 1810)
Wednesday 20 January - Camcorder Day (On this date in 1982, the camcorder was first introduced into the public marketplace by Sony Electronics)
Saturday 23 January - Handwriting Day (The day was basically started by the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association in 1977); Measure Your Feet Day
Sunday 24 January - Beer Can Appreciation Day (This tradition was first started in 1935, and on the heels of it came a never ending parade of varieties of labelling); Global Belly Laugh Day; Compliment Day; Talk Like A Grizzled Prospector Day
Monday 25 January - A Room Of One's Own Day; Burns Night (Scotland and Scottish community); International Fun at Work Day; Opposite Day (is particularly popular among children, who enjoy the kind of absurdity that can happen when everything you say is backwards); Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day
Wednesday 27 January - Punch the Clock Day (This holiday celebrates the system of calculating employee work hours through the Punch Clock system and its invention)
Thursday 28 January - Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day; Kazoo Day (Alabama Vest of Macon Georgia made the first Kazoo in the 1840's. Actually, he conceived the Kazoo, and had Thaddeus Von Clegg, a German clockmaster make it to his specifications)
Sunday 31 January - Backward Day (In almost every culture there came a time of year when all the societal rules got turned on their head); Hug an Economist Day; Inspire Your Heart With Art Day

February 2021

Wednesday 3 February - Dump Your Significant Jerk Day; The Day the Music Died (On February 3, 1959, American rock and roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and "The Big Bopper" J. P. Richardson were killed in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, together with pilot Roger Peterson)
Friday 5 February - Western Monarch Day; National Wear Red Day in United States (celebrated on the first Friday in February)
Saturday 6 February - Ice Cream For Breakfast Day (is officially celebrated on the first Saturday of February); Lame Duck Day (Lame Duck is a term used to describe an elected official who is no longer responsible to his constituency, usually due to the fact that he’s on his way out of office and reelection is no longer a possibility)
Sunday 7 February - Ballet Day (Ballet found its origins during the Renaissance throughout Italy and France, though it had yet to evolve into the form we know it today); Wave All Your Fingers at Your Neighbor Day
Tuesday 9 February - Read In The Bathtub Day; Toothache Day (It is so important that we learn how to take care of our teeth and not only get rid of nasty aches but also stop them coming back or turning into something more serious)
Thursday 11 February - White Shirt Day (is marks the end of a union strike by employees of General Motors in 1937); Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk Day; Get Out Your Guitar Day (Ever since the first version of a guitar was created, man has desired to escape the mundane and take some time to dream); Clean Out Your Computer Day; Satisfied Staying Single Day; Make a Friend Day
Friday 19 February - International Tug-of-War Day (Dropped from the Olympic Games in 1920, Tug of War still remains a Worldwide sport and many nations have their own governing bodies)
Saturday 20 February - February Restaurant Day (is occurs once per season. The third Saturday of February, May, August, and November); Love Your Pet Day; Northern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo Day
Tuesday 23 February - International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day (The first dog biscuits were developed in the mid-19th century by American manufacturer James Spratt); Play Tennis Day; Curling Is Cool Day; World Spay Day (Last Tuesday in February)
Thursday 25 February - Pistol Patent Day (Samuel Colt invented the pistol. He received Patent # 138 for it on this day in 1836. The patent was for the Colt Revolver with a rotating chamber containing six bullets)
Friday 26 February - Personal Chef Day; Carnival Day; For Pete's Sake Day (if there’s a Pete in your life, why not do something for his sake?); Tell a Fairy Tale Day
Saturday 27 February - No Brainer Day (This day was created by Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith, 'America's Premier Eventologist' - per Insight Magazine - Washington, DC - August, 1995, and 'The Premier Eventologist in the History of the World - per The Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Il - January 2001); Inconvenience Yourself Day; Open “That Bottle” Night - Open That Bottle Night (A comic holiday is celebrated on the last Saturday of February)
Sunday 28 February - Floral Design Day (Massachusetts Governonr William F. Weld proclaimed this day in 1995); Public Sleeping Day; Tooth Fairy Day

March 2021

Monday 1 March - World Compliment Day (appeared after many successful editions of “National Compliment Day” in the Netherlands); Horse Protection Day (Horse Protection Day was first observed in 2005 when it was founded by pet lifestyle expert and animal behaviorist Colleen Page); Plan A Solo Vacation Day; Share a Smile Day; National Procrastination Week in the UK (the goal is to leave unnecessary tasks at a later time, provide mental and emotional relief, help reduce stress and anxiety); Theatre for Life Month in USA
Thursday 4 March - Holy Experiment Day (The Lord truely works in mysterious ways); International Scrapbooking Industry Day; Fun Facts About Names Day; Hug a GI Day; Day mini-skirts (the creator of mini-skirts is considered to be Englishwoman Mary Coint - a British designer and fashion designer who introduced her in 1965. Even micro-skirts have appeared since the mid-1960s. The whole difference is how to wear them)
Sunday 7 March - Doodle Day (Doodle Day became a worldwide event in 2004 to raise awareness and funds for epilepsy research and support); Be Heard Day
Tuesday 9 March - Barbie Day (Barbie debuted on March 9, 1959 at the American International Toy Fair in New York); False Teeth Day; Get Over It Day
Saturday 13 March - Ken Day (is celebrates the occasion in 1961 when Barbie’s long-term on-off boyfriend, Ken Carson, first appeared on the scene, exhibited by his makers Mattel at a toy fair); Jewel Day or National Jewelry Day in US; Earmuffs Day; Open An Umbrella Indoors Day
Sunday 14 March - International Ask a Question Day (Today, on the 14th March, was Albert Einstein’s birthday in 1879); Moth-er Day (For those who love the insect world); Learn about Butterflies Day; Pi Day
Tuesday 16 March - Quilting Day (this is a popular craft and art - embroidery, applique, patchwork, quilted fabric - two pieces of fabric stitched through through, between which there is a layer of batting or other non-woven material); Everything You Do is Right Day; Lips Appreciation Day; Saint Urho's Day (Finnish Americans and Finnish Canadians)
Wednesday 17 March - Buzzards Day (Buzzards are another word for turkey vultures, a species of vulture protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918); Saint Patrick’s Day

April 2021

Monday 5 April - Go For Broke Day; Read a Road Map Day; Tangible Karma Day (is a company founded by Amber Nicole Dilger in 2005 and her idea was to recycle and reuse); Walk to Work Day
Wednesday 7 April - International Beaver Day (The largest beaver-built dam is in Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta, Canada and is 850m long); No Housework Day
Sunday 11 April - Barbershop Quartet Day (On April 11, 1938 the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America was founded in Tulsa, Oklahoma); Eight Track Tape Day (It's origin likely hails from the sixties and seventies); Submarine Day
Monday 12 April - Big Wind Day (On April 12, 1934, the staff of the Mount Washington Observatory recorded the highest surface wind ever measured, anywhere on earth. This big wind was officially recorded at 231 miles per hour.); Walk On Your Wild Side Day (Thomas and Ruth Roy are credited with being the creators of this celebration)
Tuesday 13 April - Scrabble Day (April 13th is the birthday of Alfred Butts, the inventor of the Scrabble game); Be Kind to Lawyers Day (Second Tuesday of April)
Wednesday 14 April - International Moment of Laughter Day (is focuses on laughter as a way to de-stress); Look Up at the Sky Day; Reach as High as You Can Day; That Sucks Day (Throughout the history of the holiday and the organization that sponsored it, That Sucks LLC, they seek to exemplify all that is terrible and wrong in the world)
Thursday 15 April - Rubber Eraser Day (Joseph Priestley discovered the eraser in 1770, using pieces of rubber imported from Brazil. Then in 1858, Hyman Lipman of Philadelphia, Pa., patented the pencil with an eraser at the end); Take A Wild Guess Day; Stoker's Day (is celebrated in spring, at the end of the heating season. All shifts workers gether in the boiler room to extinguish the boilers and begin to celebrate. The date of this celebration is not fixed. The local authorities decide when to start and when to finish the heating season but usually it hapends not later than April 30 if the average air temperature is above +8 for 3 days in a raw)
Friday 16 April - Foursquare Day (4sqDay or Foursquare Day was coined by Nate Bonilla-Warford, an optometrist from Tampa, Florida on March 12, 2010 being the 4th month and the 16th being equal to four squared. The idea came to him while "thinking about new ways to promote his business". FitBy4sqDay has been a quest by foursquare users to reach new fitness goals and live in a healthier way and is an excellent opportunity for local businesses to shine); Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day
Saturday 17 April - Bat Appreciation Day; Blah Blah Blah Day (is the opportunity to stop procrastinating and get to grips with all those stalled projects and broken promises right now); Ford Mustang Day (The Ford Mustang was first introduced to the world in April of 1964); Haiku Poetry Day; Kickball Day; Auctioneers Day (is one of the world’s most ancient professions, having begun more than 2,000 years ago. Third Saturday of April)
Sunday 18 April - World Amateur Radio Day (Every April 18, radio amateurs worldwide take to the airwaves in celebration of World Amateur Radio Day. It was on that day in 1925 that the International Amateur Radio Union was formed in Paris); International Pizza Cake Day; Pet Owners Independence Day; High Five Day; Dancing Cow Day in Denmark (On the third Sunday of April)
Monday 19 April - World Bicycle Day (The events of the first LSD trip in April 19, 1943, now known as “Bicycle Day”, after the bicycle ride home, proved to Hofmann that he had indeed made a significant discovery: a psychoactive substance with extraordinary potency, capable of causing significant shifts of consciousness in incredibly low doses); Garlic Day; Hanging Out Day; Poetry And The Creative Mind Day
Wednesday 21 April - Bulldogs Are Beautiful Day (They are related to the Asiatic Mastiff, which, according to historical records, lived in Mesopotamia around 4,000 BC)
Friday 23 April - International Nose Picking Day; International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day (The Day is declared by author Jo Walton, held on April 23 and first celebrated in 2007, in response to remarks made by Howard V. Hendrix stating that he was opposed "to the increasing presence in our organization the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America of webscabs, who post their creations on the net for free". The purpose of the day, according to Walton was to encourage writers to post "professional quality" works for free on the internet. The name of the day originates from the assertion by Hendrix that the "webscabs" are "converting the noble calling of Writer into the life of Pixel-stained Technopeasant Wretch."); Take a Chance Day; Talk Like Shakespeare Day
Saturday 24 April - Pig in a Blanket Day; Hug A Plumber Day; National Pet Parent's Day in US (Last Sunday in April); International TableTop Day (Celebrate on the last Saturday of April)
Sunday 25 April - East Meets West Day (Many kinds of sports team hold annual East vs. West games. )
Monday 26 April - Help A Horse Day; Hug an Australian Day; Asexuality Day (created by the Association pour la Visibilité Asexuelle. Asexuality is the definition or self-determination of people who are not sexually attracted)
Tuesday 27 April - Babe Ruth Day (On April 27, 1947, Babe Ruth attended Yankee Stadium for Babe Ruth Day. It was to be the second last time he was at the stadium); Go Birding Day; Morse Code Day; Save The Frogs Day; Sense Of Smell Day; Tell a Story Day; World Tapir Day
Wednesday 28 April - Kiss Your Mate Day; Biological Clock Day; Cubicle Day (Designed by Robert Propst and known for a complete absence of individuality, cubicles were first introduced in 1967 as a way to subdivide open office space and provide workers with a degree of privacy); Great Poetry Reading Day

May 2021

Saturday 1 May - School Principals' Day (if you don’t have a good principal, you won’t have a good school); Global Love Day; CSS Reboot Day; Lei Day (the event started in 1927 at the bank of Hawaii); Mother Goose Day (The term "Mother Goose" dates back to the 1650's); New Home Owners Day; Save the Rhino Day; World Naked Gardening Day (celebrated on the first Saturday of May); Free Comic Book Day
Sunday 2 May - Ferret Day; Baby Day; World Laughter Day (was created in 1998 by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of th worldwide Laughter Yoga movemen)
Monday 3 May - Dyngus Day (It is very popular in Poland, as well as in Polish communities across America); Garden Meditiation Day; International Grab a Boob Day; No Pants Day; Lumpy Rug Day; Two Different Colored Shoes Day; Poetry Festival in Toulouse, France (poetry contest of the Academy of Floraly, Toulouse organizer of poetry competitions for prizes of flowers held annually in the city, starting from the XIV century)
Wednesday 5 May - Cartoonists Day (They were the favorite part of the morning paper for many of us growing up)
Thursday 6 May - No Homework Day (this is the day where children can tell their teachers and parents in complete honesty that they will not be doing their homework, in order to mark this special day); World Password Day (first Thursday of May); Coloring Day; International No Diet Day
Tuesday 11 May - Train Day; Root Canal Appreciation Day; Twilight Zone Day (The television show The Twilight Zone, was created, written and narrated by Rod Serling. It premiered on October 1, 1959)
Wednesday 12 May - Limerick Day (celebrates the birthday of Writer Edward Lear: 1812-1888. Limericks were popularized by Lear in 1846 in his Book of Nonsense); Odometer Day (The odometer was invented by William Clayton in 1847)
Friday 14 May - Chicken Dance Day (“Der Ententanz” was the name of the song that inspired all of this, and while the dance has come to be called “The Chicken Dance”, the song itself is called The Duck Dance)
Saturday 15 May - May Restaurant Day (is occurs once per season. The third Saturday of February, May, August, and November); Nylon Stockings Day; Straw Hat Day
Sunday 16 May - Biographers Day; Love a Tree Day; Sea Monkey Day (They’re known as Artemia New York Ocean Science and go through anhydrobiosis, or hibernation when they are dried out. Then, with the right mixture of water and nutrients they can spring right back into life); Wear Purple for Peace Day
Thursday 20 May - National Seal Day in Canada (In response to this, Bill S-208 was Royally Assented on May 16th, 2017, designating May 20th annually as National Seal Products Day, and to recognize the importance of the seal hunt for Canada’s Indigenous people, coastal communities and entire population); Be a Millionaire Day; World Embroidery Day or International Vyshyvanka Day (Celebrated on the third Thursday of May. Festival of culture of the East Slavic traditional embroidered shirt. Usually, an embroidered shirt was made from a homemade cloth, which was woven on a loom)
Friday 21 May - Bike-to-Work Day in United States (is celebrated on the third Friday of May); I Need A Patch For That Day; Memo Day; International Virtual Assistants Day (the third Friday in May)
Saturday 22 May - Buy a Musical Instrument Day; World Goth Day (The Official World Goth Day site defines it as "a day where the goth scene gets to celebrate its own being, and an opportunity to make its presence known to the rest of the world."); Sherlock Holmes Day (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the british writer, who gave the world one of the most famous fictional detectives, was born on this day in 1859)
Wednesday 26 May - World Lindy Hop Day; Game Festival in France (designed to promote cooperative and non-violent games)
Thursday 27 May - Cellophane Tape Day (Cellophane tape was invented in the 1930’s with the purpose of putting a seal on an amazing new substance called, you guessed it, cellophane); Sun Screen Day or Sunscreen Protection Day; Hoarding Day

June 2021

Sunday 6 June - Gardening Exercise Day; Yo-Yo Day (The classic Yo-Yo was made wildly popular in America by businessman Donald F. Duncan Sr. He manufactured the "Duncan Yo-Yo" in the early 1900's); Drive-In Movie Day
Wednesday 9 June - Donald Duck Day (Donald first appeared to us in a 1934 film called The Wise Little Hen, a retelling of the original little red hen story)
Thursday 10 June - Ball Point Pen Day (In June of 1943 the Bíró brothers, László and György, became owners of US Patent 2,390,636 – better known around the world as the ball point pen); World Ice Cream Day
Saturday 12 June - Red Rose Day; Loving Day (is the biggest multiracial celebration in the United States. This is anniversary of the 1967 United States Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia which struck down all anti-miscegenation laws remaining in sixteen U.S. states."); Superman Day (Superman was first created in 1933 by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel, the writer and artist respectively)
Thursday 17 June - Dump The Pump Day (Third Thursday of June); National Seersucker Day in US (date fer 2020)
Friday 18 June - International Panic Day (Don't worry. Don't fret. and, above all, don't panic); Go Fishing Day; International Picnic Day; Splurge Day
Saturday 19 June - Garfield The Cat Day (Garfield was famously created by cartoonist Jim Davis and appeared in a cartoon strip on 19th June 1978); International Surfing Day (was established in 2005 by Surfing Magazine and The Surfrider Foundation); World Sauntering Day (The holiday was created in 1979 by W.T. Rabe in response to the growing popularity of jogging. It is believed to have begun at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island in Michigan, USA. The Grand Hotel has the world's longest porch at 660 feet. The idea behind the day was to encourage people to slow down and appreciate the world around them)
Wednesday 23 June - Pink Day in US; Let It Go Day; Rehabilitation day of the swastika (arose from 2009 on the initiative of the followers of the realism movement who believed that life on Earth was created scientifically by representatives of a highly developed extraterrestrial civilization who transmitted their message to us. Representatives of this civilization are called reelites by Elohim)
Sunday 27 June - Log Cabin Day (was originated by the Log Cabin Society in corroboration with the Bad Axe Historical society)

July 2021

Monday 5 July - Comic Sans Day (Comic Sans MS is a sans-serif casual script typeface designed by Vincent Connare and released in 1994 by Microsoft Corporation); Bikini Day (is the anniversary of the invention of the bikini in 1946 by a Parisian fashion designer, Louis Reard); Work-a-Holic Day
Saturday 17 July - World Emoji Day (International is an unofficial holiday. Celebrated annually since 2014, NBC reported that the day was Twitter's top trending item on July 17 in 2015); Yellow Pig Day (is a monthly collaborative art project celebrating the United States' wide array of bizarre national holidays); Tattoo Day
Monday 19 July - Get Out of the Doghouse Day (The original idea came from the symbolism in the 1911 Peter Pan novel written by J. M. Barrie in chapter16 when Mr. Darling goes out and sleeps in the dog kennel, remorseful of not paying enough attention to his family and allowing his children to be kidnapped)
Thursday 22 July - Hammock Day (Nothing sounds quite as relaxing); Ratcatcher's Day (or Rat Catcher's Day is celebrated on 26 June or 22 July, commemorating the myth of the Pied Piper of Hamelin.); Pi Approximation Day
Monday 26 July - All or Nothing Day; One Voice Day (is a global initiative to unite all countries of the world in the reading of the Universal Peace Covenant at exactly 6 p.m); Talk In An Elevator Day; Uncle and Aunt's Day
Tuesday 27 July - Take Your Pants for a Walk Day; Walk On Stilts Day (The process of employing stilts for mobility, however, has been around since as far back as the 6th Century BC); Take Your Houseplant for a Walk Day
Saturday 31 July - Mutt's Day (By definition a mutt, sometimes called a "Half-breed", is a dog that is of mixed breed)

August 2021

Sunday 1 August - International Forgiveness Day; Sisters Day (Celebrated on the first Sunday of August)
Friday 6 August - Wiggle Your Toes Day; International Beer Day (is a celebration on the first Friday of every August founded in 2007 in Santa Cruz, California by Jesse Avshalomov)
Saturday 21 August - August Restaurant Day (is occurs once per season. The third Saturday of February, May, August, and November)
Monday 23 August - Valentino Day (or Rudolfo Alfonzo Raffaelo Piero Filibert Guglielmi De Valentina D’Antonguolla); Ride the Wind Day
Tuesday 24 August - Vesuvius Day (The Mount of Vesuvius is most widely known for it’s eruption in 79 A.D); International Strange Music Day
Thursday 26 August - Toilet Paper Day; Dog Day (was founded by a woman - Colleen Paige - in 2004)

September 2021

Wednesday 1 September - Calendar Adjustment Day; Emma M Nutt Day (in September of 1878 Emma M Nutt became the first female phone operator, and from that point forward it’s been a woman’s work); World Letter Writing Day
Saturday 4 September - National Tailgating Day in US (The 1st Saturday in September); International Beard Day (first Saturday of September)
Sunday 12 September - Video Games Day (The Nimrod was a computer built and displayed at the Festival of Britain in 1951 and designed to play a game called Nim)
Friday 17 September - Batman Day (an annual observance begun by DC Comics on September 17, 2013. The purpose of Batman Day is to celebrate the anniversary of the character’s first ever appearance, which was in Detective Comics #27 way back in May 1939)
Wednesday 22 September - Hobbit Day (the containing week is celebrated as Tolkien Week. American Tolkien Society); Dear Diary Day
Friday 24 September - World Day Against Software Patents (Brussels, 2nd September 2008 — A global coalition of more than 80 software companies, associations and developers has declared the 24th of September to be the “World Day Against Software Patents”); National Microfilm Week in USA (Acknowledging the important contributions made by microfilm in the day-to-day life of America and the accomplishments of the microfilm, President to designate the week which begins on September 24, 1972, as National Microfilm Week. PROCLAMATION 4158)
Sunday 26 September - International Rabbit Day; Johnny Appleseed Day (What many people don’t know is that Johnny Appleseed was no mere legend, but was, in fact, a missionary known by the name of John Chapman. Born in Leominster, Massachusetts in 1774)

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Remind me<br>of this day Remind me
of this day
Remind me<br>of this day Remind me
of this day
Remind me<br>of this day Remind me
of this day
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