The Exaltation of the Holy Cross 2022

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross

When is The Exaltation of the Holy Cross 2022

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross 2022

Wednesday, September 14, 2022


When is The Exaltation of the Holy Cross 2023

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross 2023

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Why we celebrate The Exaltation of the Holy Cross?

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross is a crucial religious holiday celebrated by Christian churches. The cross symbolizes the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, who was crucified and resurrected. It’s a symbol of salvation directed to all cardinal points. The celebration also associates with other events, including: the Finding of the Holy Cross; the Consecration of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre; the Restitution of the Holy Relic.

The Finding of Holy Cross by Saint Helena and Bishop Macarius

Around 327 AD, Bishop Macarius of Jerusalem organized a large-scale search for Golgotha (the place where Jesus Christ was crucified), and the Holy Sepulchre. The Holy Cross was found during the excavations and recognized by the bishop. According to another version, Empress Elena – the mother of Emperor Constantine the Great – was on a pilgrimage. Then, she found 3 crosses next to the Holy Sepulchre, one of which belonged to the Savior. The cross of Jesus was distinguished from others when a dying person touched it and was healed. There is another version of how it was possible to distinguish the Holy Cross. When a deceased person was being carried to a cemetery, the cross touched the dead, and he rose. Due to this version, it is also known as the Life-Giving Cross. 

The Consecration of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre

After the Finding of Holy Cross, Emperor Constantine I ordered to build the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The construction was dedicated to the Resurrection of the Son of God and included the Holy Sepulchre and Golgotha. It took about 10 years to build it. At the same time, Empress Elena ordered to build temples in the places related to Christ’s earthly deeds. Under the order, 80 temples were founded. The Consecration of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre took place on September 13, and on the next day it was ordered to celebrate the Exaltation of the Honorable and Life-giving Cross. This is the Christians’ main shrine that can accommodate a few thousand people at once.

The Restitution of the Holy Relic

During the war, the Persian king Khosrow II plundered Jerusalem and took the Holy Cross. 14 years later, Emperor Heraclius I defeated the king and returned the holy relic. When Heraclius was approaching the Golgotha gate, he suddenly stopped and couldn’t move. Then the patriarch explained that it was an Angel who didn’t allow him to pass wearing rich clothes. Since the return was like the Way of the Cross, which Christ made wearing humble clothes. After Heraclius put on a plain robe, he could enter Golgotha. 

What Do People Do?

Since the IV century, the Eastern Church has raised the cross into the public realm so that people can see it and pray. It was a special worship ritual. Since the VII century, the Roman Catholic Church has set an official celebration of The Exaltation of the Holy Cross. Since that time, believers have celebrated the holiday, observing the prescribed rituals. The holiday traditions are similar in all Christian denominations. For example, the fasting is mandatory. On this day, people sing hymns, attend church, pray, and confess. The Eastern Orthodox clergy wear purple robes, and the Western – red ones.

How to Celebrate The Exaltation of the Holy Cross?

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross is celebrated annually in September. It is celebrated by Orthodox, Catholic, and Ancient Eastern churches. The holiday dates may differ depending on the calendar that the church adheres to. It is mainly celebrated on September 14 according to the Gregorian calendar, for example, by the Roman Catholic Church. According to the Julian calendar, this holiday is celebrated on September 27. In some cities, this holiday is an official day off.

The Exaltation of the Holy Cross Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Saturday 14 September 2019 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Monday 14 September 2020 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Tuesday 14 September 2021 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Wednesday 14 September 2022 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Thursday 14 September 2023 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Saturday 14 September 2024 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Sunday 14 September 2025 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Monday 14 September 2026 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Tuesday 14 September 2027 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Thursday 14 September 2028 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Friday 14 September 2029 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Saturday 14 September 2030 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Sunday 14 September 2031 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Tuesday 14 September 2032 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross

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List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


National Sober Day 2022

National Sober Day

When is National Sober Day 2022

National Sober Day 2022

Wednesday, September 14, 2022


When is National Sober Day 2023

National Sober Day 2023

Thursday, September 14, 2023

Why we celebrate National Sober Day?

Over a million people are alcohol dependent. It damages not only their but other people’s lives as well. Every year, over a thousand people die in car accidents caused by a drunk driver. The driver didn’t think about it before drinking, and of course he didn’t plan to harm anyone. But the consequences of drinking alcohol were incorrigible. Therefore, it’s important to raise people’s awareness and inform them about the consequences of drinking alcohol-containing beverages. It’s also important to help those who have been suffering from addiction, including the drug one. Therefore, every year we celebrate the National Sober Day.

The Sober Day has been introduced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. In 2014, they conducted a study finding out that an insignificant percentage of addicted people are treated properly. To draw public attention to this problem, they organized the National Sober Day.

What Do People Do?

Thanks to this day, an increasing number of people can receive treatment and support. Non-profit and commercial organizations hold events to help people. They organize preventive talks for adults and children, tremendously motivating them for a sober lifestyle. And of course, most people refrain from alcohol on this day. They make soft drinks instead.

How to Celebrate National Sober Day?

The National Sober Day is celebrated annually on September 14. In other countries, this event may be held on other dates. Spend this day soberly and help those who need support. Show them what an interesting life they can have without alcohol. But if you don’t find it necessary, just spend one sober day out of sympathy with others.

Why people drink alcohol (some of the reasons)

  • They drink to make the company more fun, at a party
  • They drink because they don’t know how to cope with problems and try to take their mind off
  • Some people start drinking persuaded by their “friends”
  • Many people drink because they’ve become addicted to alcohol

Why you shouldn’t drink alcohol (some of the reasons)

  • Ethyl alcohol (that every alcoholic beverage contains), harms the entire body and destroys it
  • Alcohol can cause addiction, which is not easy to get rid of
  • The relatives of a person who regularly drinks alcohol need psychological help in the future
  • A drunken person behaves inappropriately. Such behavior damages the reputation and eats away his personality
  • Each glass of wine increases the probability of giving birth to an unhealthy baby

Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Saturday 14 September 2019 National Sober Day
Monday 14 September 2020 National Sober Day
Tuesday 14 September 2021 National Sober Day
Wednesday 14 September 2022 National Sober Day
Thursday 14 September 2023 National Sober Day
Saturday 14 September 2024 National Sober Day
Sunday 14 September 2025 National Sober Day
Monday 14 September 2026 National Sober Day
Tuesday 14 September 2027 National Sober Day
Thursday 14 September 2028 National Sober Day
Friday 14 September 2029 National Sober Day
Saturday 14 September 2030 National Sober Day
Sunday 14 September 2031 National Sober Day
Tuesday 14 September 2032 National Sober Day

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List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


National Ghost Hunting Day 2022

National Ghost Hunting Day

When is National Ghost Hunting Day 2022

National Ghost Hunting Day 2022

Saturday, September 24, 2022


When is National Ghost Hunting Day 2023

National Ghost Hunting Day 2023

Saturday, September 30, 2023

Why we celebrate National Ghost Hunting Day?

There are numerous supernatural phenomena in the world that are interesting to study. Such phenomena are known as paranormal. Many people are scared of searching for ghosts or spirits, but not ghostbusters! The scientific community doesn’t recognize their work and can’t explain the supernatural phenomena. The National Ghost Hunting Day encourages people to overcome their fears and explore the nature of paranormal phenomena.

For the first time, the National Ghost Hunting Day was held by the Haunted Travels company. They organized events for everyone who was eager to discover the nature of ghosts. It was not only a scaring and fun, but a charitable event as well. The entire profit was sent to homeless animal shelters as charity.

What Do People Do?

On this day, ghostbusters assemble their ghost detecting equipment and go on a search. They search not only in abandoned houses, as many may think, but in public places as well. You can meet ghostbusters in parks, shops, and even near your neighbor’s house. Haunted Travels still helps to celebrate the National Ghost Hunting Day. Besides, various companies arrange tours to mysterious places that anyone can visit. Many people come from different countries on purpose to take part in the celebration. They take the chance to learn interesting information and try to catch ghosts.

How to Celebrate National Ghost Hunting Day?

The National Ghost Hunting Day is annually held on the last Saturday of September. It is celebrated in the USA. Take your friends and go on a ghost hunt. But don’t look for them in dangerous places, be careful. Try to explain supernatural phenomena from a scientific point of view. Even if you don’t meet any ghosts, you’ll have fun. Watch documentaries or horror movies. But if you don’t feel like tickling your nerves, we recommend watching the Ghostbusters movies or the Supernatural series.

What to take on a Ghost Hunt

Before going on a Ghost Hunt, we recommend purchasing the following devices:

  • electromagnetic field meter
  • static and portable video cameras
  • night vision devices
  • thermometer
  • thermal imager
  • voice recorder
  • Geiger counter

National Ghost Hunting Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Saturday 24 September 2022 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 30 September 2023 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 28 September 2024 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 27 September 2025 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 26 September 2026 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 25 September 2027 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 30 September 2028 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 29 September 2029 National Ghost Hunting Day
Saturday 28 September 2030 National Ghost Hunting Day

National Ghost Hunting Day Video

National Ghost Hunting Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2022

Celebrate Bisexuality Day

When is Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2022

Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2022

Friday, September 23, 2022


When is Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2023

Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2023

Saturday, September 23, 2023

Why we celebrate Bisexuality Day?

Every person is valuable and deserves respect. But bisexuals still face unfair treatment because of their orientation. Pressure from society, including some minorities, makes them feel vulnerable. Misunderstanding, prejudice, and judgment of people are at the head of bisexuals’ problems. It is necessary to inform the public with the correct information and dispel myths to solve these problems. Celebrate Bisexuality Day, or Bisexual Pride Day, helps to cope with this task.

Bisexuality is a romantic or sexual attraction to people of different sexes or genders. Musician Freddie Mercury was a famous bisexual. The date of Celebrate Bisexuality Day was chosen on his birthday. Wendy Curry, Michael Page, and Gigi Raven Wilbur are bisexual rights activists who established the holiday. They note that the choice of date matched all of their criteria. One of their requirements was that the celebration had to coincide with a public holiday. Thus, Celebrate Bisexuality Day was first officially celebrated on September 23, 1999. It happened at the International Lesbian and Gay Association Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Celebrate Bisexuality Day is also called Bisexual Pride Day, although Bisexual Pride Day was announced earlier on June 23, 1990, by the mayor of San Francisco. The day also goes by the following names: CBD, Bi Visibility Day, Bisexual Pride and Bi Visibility Day, and Bisexuality+ Day. The plus sign implies the involvement of other minorities in the celebration.

What Do People Do?

People hold festivals, parades, and concerts on this day. They decorate houses, shops, and parks with thematic accessories. The heads of various states support this event. The city hall of one of the Israeli cities was illuminated with the colors of a bisexual flag. The flag is of pink, lavender, and blue colors. Close people of a bisexual person also take part in the celebration. Activists organize events to educate people about bisexuality. Thanks to this day, many people get rid of wrong beliefs and become tolerant. Most latent bisexuals accept themselves and stop being afraid of the opinions of others.

How to Celebrate Bisexuality Day?

Celebrate Bisexuality Day is celebrated annually on September 23rd. It is celebrated in the US, UK, and other countries. Spend this day learning more about bisexuality. Go to a bisexual parade or install a bisexual flag on your home. Take a closer look at your surroundings; perhaps, someone is afraid to admit their orientation. Show him your care and attention.

Celebrate Bisexuality Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Monday 23 September 2019 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Wednesday 23 September 2020 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Thursday 23 September 2021 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Friday 23 September 2022 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Saturday 23 September 2023 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Monday 23 September 2024 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Tuesday 23 September 2025 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Wednesday 23 September 2026 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Thursday 23 September 2027 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Saturday 23 September 2028 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Sunday 23 September 2029 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Monday 23 September 2030 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Tuesday 23 September 2031 Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Thursday 23 September 2032 Celebrate Bisexuality Day

Celebrate Bisexuality Day Video

Celebrate Bisexuality Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


National Feel the Love Day 2022

National Feel the Love Day

When is National Feel the Love Day 2022

National Feel the Love Day 2022

Wednesday, September 07, 2022


When is National Feel the Love Day 2023

National Feel the Love Day 2023

Thursday, September 07, 2023

Why we celebrate National Feel the Love Day?

Autumn is the most romantic season, so it’s no surprise that it’s in September that the National Feel the Love Day is celebrated. It’s high time to bring this warm feeling to our lives before the cold season starts. It doesn’t matter whom a person loves: his wife, parents, or pet. The main thing is to enjoy happy moments with your beloved ones.

In the modern world, people are absorbed by daily routine, work, or problems. They are more prone to stress and negative factors. This special day is a reminder to take a break and listen to your heart. Take a different look at the world around, and you’ll see a lot of good things. Pay attention to your beloved ones and feel love. It’s not only pleasant, but also healthy. It has been scientifically proven that the feeling of love triggers hormones that are beneficial to health. 

What Do People Do?

The National Feel the Love Day is a rather intimate holiday, so everyone celebrates it the way they want. In most cases, couples in love remind each other of their feelings and held a romantic evening. Children express their gratitude to their parents. Even neighbors can congratulate each other with a few kind words. Love isn’t limited to one thing; it surrounds us – all you need is to feel it.

How to Celebrate National Feel the Love Day?

The National Feel the Love Day is held annually on September 7. The holiday is celebrated in the USA. Spend this day free from negative thoughts and pay attention to all the pleasant things around you. Remind your beloved ones of how precious they are to you. Feel the love! There is a similar day when you can touch the heart – this is the Touch-A-Heart Day.

5 interesting facts about love

  1. To describe sympathy, people say that they have “butterflies in the stomach.” You must have felt this. In fact, it’s the adrenaline hormone that causes this sensation.
  2. Love can be compared to the effect of drugs. It produces such hormones as adrenaline, norepinephrine, dopamine, and oxytocin. And the most important thing – it triggers euphoria. Thus, better try love not drugs – it’s safer.
  3. When a person is in love, his or her pupils enlarge greatly. It’s a scientifically proven fact. Try testing this on your beloved one by saying a few kind words.
  4. In fact, opposites don’t attract. American scientists have discovered that most couples are alike and have similar DNA.
  5. Chocolate contains a substance stimulating the feeling of love. It’s known as phenylethylamine. So, feel free to treat your friends with chocolates so that they could surely celebrate the National Feel the Love Day.

National Feel the Love Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Saturday 07 September 2019 National Feel the Love Day
Monday 07 September 2020 National Feel the Love Day
Tuesday 07 September 2021 National Feel the Love Day
Wednesday 07 September 2022 National Feel the Love Day
Thursday 07 September 2023 National Feel the Love Day
Saturday 07 September 2024 National Feel the Love Day
Sunday 07 September 2025 National Feel the Love Day
Monday 07 September 2026 National Feel the Love Day
Tuesday 07 September 2027 National Feel the Love Day
Thursday 07 September 2028 National Feel the Love Day
Friday 07 September 2029 National Feel the Love Day
Saturday 07 September 2030 National Feel the Love Day
Sunday 07 September 2031 National Feel the Love Day
Tuesday 07 September 2032 National Feel the Love Day

National Feel the Love Day Video

National Feel the Love Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


National Lazy Mom’s Day 2022

National Lazy Mom's Day

When is National Lazy Mom’s Day 2022

National Lazy Mom’s Day 2022

Friday, September 02, 2022


When is National Lazy Mom’s Day 2023

National Lazy Mom’s Day 2023

Friday, September 01, 2023

Why we celebrate National Lazy Mom’s Day?

On this holiday, we don’t honor lazy moms, but it’s a day when moms can be lazy. They work hard every day for the family’s well-being. Work and household duties often leave moms almost no time to spare themselves. But everyone needs rest, and moms deserve it most of all. The National Lazy Mom’s Day is held to remind them to rest more. On this day, moms are officially allowed to put off all the work and be lazy to their heart’s content.

The daily restless routine may make a person feel morally and physically exhausted. Which can lead to health problems. Thus, sometimes it’s critical to take a break and take care of yourself. 

What Do People Do?

Moms delegate all their responsibilities and enjoy their rest. They may ask someone to look after the children and visit a SPA with a friend. They postpone work or ask a colleague to replace them. Instead of cooking, they order food from a restaurant; instead of cleaning, they call a cleaning service. If the children are old enough, then they can take on the household duties. For the family, it’s a good opportunity to express care and love for their beloved one. 

How to Celebrate National Lazy Mom’s Day?

The National Lazy Mom’s Day is held annually on the first Friday of September. The holiday is celebrated in the USA. This day is very beneficial to all the family. Children learn empathy, and the parent regains her strength. If you aren’t a mom, think about a way you could help her. Instead of a tangible gift, give her an opportunity to be lazy. And moms shouldn’t refuse their family’s help. Anyone needs to rest from time to time to feel good. You can also watching films about Mothers, such as Bad Moms, Where’d You Go, Bernadette, What to Expect When You’re Expecting and Mamma Mia!

National Lazy Mom’s Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Friday 02 September 2022 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 01 September 2023 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 06 September 2024 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 05 September 2025 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 04 September 2026 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 03 September 2027 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 01 September 2028 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 07 September 2029 National Lazy Mom’s Day
Friday 06 September 2030 National Lazy Mom’s Day

National Lazy Mom’s Day Video

National Lazy Mom’s Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


World Rock Paper Scissors Day 2022

World Rock Paper Scissors Day

When is World Rock Paper Scissors Day 2022

World Rock Paper Scissors Day 2022

Saturday, August 27, 2022


When is World Rock Paper Scissors Day 2023

World Rock Paper Scissors Day 2023

Sunday, August 27, 2023

Why we celebrate World Rock Paper Scissors Day?

Rock Paper Scissors is a universally applicable game played by both adults and children. It helps to resolve disputes easily. For example, to decide who will walk the dog or more serious matters. It helps to avoid conflicts as well. After all, you can win the game only by your luck; all participants are in equal conditions. It has been existing for several centuries and has many times helped us make difficult decisions. Therefore, on August 27, we invite you to celebrate the World Rock Paper Scissors Day!

As we’ve already mentioned, the game has been existing for several centuries. It was invented in China. It has been transformed several times over its history, and now we call it Rock Paper Scissors. Gradually, it spread around the globe. In the 1920s, the game became popular in the UK. In the USA, it couldn’t gain ground at once. The New York Times published the game rules in 1932, but the Americans recognized it only after The Big Bang Theory series. Due to the global recognition of the game, the World Rock Paper Scissors Association in Ottawa, Ontario established a holiday to honor it. For the first time it was celebrated in 2014.

What Do People Do?

In about 200 BC in China, Rock Paper Scissors used to be played by emperors and military leaders. At that time, it was called shǒushìlìng, which can be translated as “hand commands”. Instead of a rock, scissors and paper, the Chinese used a frog, a slug, and a snake. The thumb showed a frog, as if sitting on a rock and watching everything. The little finger, being the smallest, meant a slug. The pointer finger showed a snake. By the 1700s, the game had reached Japan known as sansukumi-ken – the “fox fist” – with slightly different characters. In the game, the Japanese showed a fox, a hunter, a village, and a tribe leader. In France, there was also a game known as chi-fu-mi. As time went by, the Chinese hand game has conquered the whole world. Besides its traditional Rock Paper Scissors name, it has another one – tsu-e-fa, which means “ready-steady-go”.

Rock Paper Scissors is suitable for any life situation. People show any of the three signs at the same time. Rock wins over scissors, scissors win over paper, and paper wins over rock. Once this game helped to conclude a profitable business deal. Takashi Hashiyama from Japan couldn’t choose a place to hold an auction to sell his works of art. Two auction houses competed for his auction. Finally, the man offered their representatives to play Rock Paper Scissors. The winning house received a tidy profit from sales fees.

People even participate in Rock Paper Scissors competitions. They make the game their hobby or even professional activity. There are a few organizations that provide the opportunity. One of these organizations is the World Rock Paper Scissors Association. They give people a special place to play and offer tips for the victory. 

How to Celebrate World Rock Paper Scissors Day?

The World Rock Paper Scissors is celebrated annually on August 27. This day is celebrated all over the world, including in the UK and the USA. Make a small competition with your friends or neighbors. Prepare a pleasant prize for the winner and enjoy the cheerful celebration. Here are some winning tips. Most people show stone – most often these are men. But women prefer to show scissors. Paper is the least popular. Good luck!

World Rock Paper Scissors Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Tuesday 27 August 2019 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Thursday 27 August 2020 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Friday 27 August 2021 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Saturday 27 August 2022 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Sunday 27 August 2023 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Tuesday 27 August 2024 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Wednesday 27 August 2025 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Thursday 27 August 2026 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Friday 27 August 2027 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Sunday 27 August 2028 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Monday 27 August 2029 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Tuesday 27 August 2030 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Wednesday 27 August 2031 World Rock Paper Scissors Day
Friday 27 August 2032 World Rock Paper Scissors Day

World Rock Paper Scissors Day Video

World Rock Paper Scissors Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


International Dog Day 2022

International Dog Day

When is International Dog Day 2022

International Dog Day 2022

Friday, August 26, 2022


When is International Dog Day 2023

International Dog Day 2023

Saturday, August 26, 2023

Why we celebrate International Dog Day?

Dogs are humans’ best friends! They’ve been helping us for as long as a few thousand years. At first, they supported us at hunting, and now they contribute to the success in a variety of public fields. Dogs work in law enforcement agencies, where they help to find bombs, drugs, or criminals. They help blind people to move in the surroundings, as well as nose out whether a person has cancer or not. The list is endless. The International Dog Day is celebrated to honor our valuable little friends.

The International Dog Day or The National Dog Day was first celebrated on August 26, 2004, initiated by Collin Page. The girl is an animal rights activist, and she chose this date for a reason. It was on August 26 that her family adopted a new friend, a dog called Sheltie. This day is not only a holiday, but an important day for solving the problem of homeless animals as well. Thanks to it, over a million homeless tails have found home since 2004. 

What Do People Do?

On the International Dog Day, people do what they can to help shelters. They try to reduce the number of homeless animals, buy food for them, or hold charity events. Many countries celebrate this day on July 2. In Japan, it is held on January 11 to honor the famous Akita-Inu dog, who spent 9 years waiting for his deceased owner. In Great Britain it is celebrated on the last Sunday of April. In China, the holiday is called the Birthday of the Dog and is held on the 2nd day of the Chinese New Year celebration. On this day, all stray dogs are generously fed. In Nepal, on the 2nd day of the Tihar festival, dogs are dressed in bright clothes. Thus, the Nepalis demonstrate their attention to them and call it Kuku Tihar.

How to Celebrate International Dog Day?

In the USA, the International Dog Day is celebrated annually on August 26. The holiday is very popular in many countries. Give your pet a treat and go for a walk together. Try to help stray dogs who have no one to take care of them. Also, in August, the International Cat Day and the International Homeless Animals Day are celebrated. You can also watching films about dogs, such as Marley & Me, A Dog’s Purpose, Hachi: A Dog’s Tale and The Call of the Wild.

5 interesting facts about dogs

  1. In ancient Egypt, people shaved their heads and refrained from food for a long time if their dog died. It was the way to express their mourning
  2. Dogs aren’t descended from modern wolves, as many people think
  3. They aren’t colorblind either, but simply see paler colors
  4. Although they don’t see colors as bright as we do, they can smell a thousand times better
  5. Dogs’ mental development is equal to that of a two-year-old child

International Dog Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Monday 26 August 2019 International Dog Day
Wednesday 26 August 2020 International Dog Day
Thursday 26 August 2021 International Dog Day
Friday 26 August 2022 International Dog Day
Saturday 26 August 2023 International Dog Day
Monday 26 August 2024 International Dog Day
Tuesday 26 August 2025 International Dog Day
Wednesday 26 August 2026 International Dog Day
Thursday 26 August 2027 International Dog Day
Saturday 26 August 2028 International Dog Day
Sunday 26 August 2029 International Dog Day
Monday 26 August 2030 International Dog Day
Tuesday 26 August 2031 International Dog Day
Thursday 26 August 2032 International Dog Day

International Dog Day Video

International Dog Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


International Homeless Animals Day 2022

International Homeless Animals Day

When is International Homeless Animals Day 2022

International Homeless Animals Day 2022

Saturday, August 20, 2022


When is International Homeless Animals Day 2023

International Homeless Animals Day 2023

Saturday, August 19, 2023

Why we celebrate International Homeless Animals Day?

Humans began domesticating animals thousands of years ago. Today, these animals cannot live a long life without human help. Unfortunately, more than a million cats and dogs are left on the streets homeless. It is our fault that they starve, fall ill, are mistreated, and die. But it’s up to us to change the situation. International Homeless Animals Day is dedicated to the problem of homeless animals. It is celebrated to help animals live a good, long life and eradicate the problem of homeless animals.

It is believed that Japan was the first country to raise this issue. The first animal shelter was created there back in 1695. And Great Britain was the first to pass a law against cruelty to livestock. A law to protect animals from cruel treatment was enacted in the country in 1822. Even if they are the property of a person, they cannot be subjected to violence because animals are living beings and deserve the right to a long, healthy life. An International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR) was founded in 1959. Their purpose is to educate people about a responsible attitude toward animals.

But despite all these efforts, animals are still treated unfairly and they end up homeless, while shelters are overcrowded. This is not only unfair but also dangerous for society. For example, a homeless dog sick with rabies can attack a person and infect him. This is a global problem that needs to be addressed by the whole world. Thus, ISAR has begun to hold International Homeless Animals Day since 1992.

What Do People Do?

On this day, people’s activities are aimed at solving the problem of homeless animals. Shelters, services, veterinary clinics, and volunteers organize charity events. They urge not to buy pets from breeders but to adopt from shelters, as well as to sterilize them. This will reduce the number of stray animals. Caring people bring food and toys to shelters and also help find owners for pets. ISAR and other animal organizations hold various events to help our little friends. Anyone can join their activities.

How to Celebrate International Homeless Animals Day?

International Homeless Animals Day is celebrated annually on the third Saturday of August. This day is widely celebrated in the USA, France, and other countries. Also, International Cat Day and International Dog Day is celebrated in August. Provide assistance to homeless animals. Don’t pass them by, think about what you can do for them. Try to do this every day; and one day, the need for this holiday will cease.

Interesting facts about homeless animals

  • The Japanese ruler Tokugawa Tsunayoshi was a tyrant but was merciful to animals. He issued a decree that equates dogs to human life. If someone killed a dog, then the death penalty awaited him;
  • Richard Martin from the UK was the initiator of law against a cruel attitude toward animals. Once, he challenged to a duel a dog killer and also brought to trial a man who had beaten a donkey;
  • Costa Rica has the largest shelter for stray dogs called Territorio de Zaguates. All dogs are looked after and treated by veterinarians;
  • There are no homeless animals in the Netherlands. This is the only country in the world that has managed to solve the issue of homeless animals. Pet owners must sterilize pets, as well as pay taxes for their maintenance;
  • Germany is the first country to settle the protection of animals in the Constitution.

International Homeless Animals Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Saturday 20 August 2022 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 19 August 2023 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 17 August 2024 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 16 August 2025 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 15 August 2026 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 21 August 2027 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 19 August 2028 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 18 August 2029 International Homeless Animals Day
Saturday 17 August 2030 International Homeless Animals Day

International Homeless Animals Day Video

International Homeless Animals Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2022

Date Holiday Type
January 2022    
Jan 1 - Tues New Year's Day 2022 National holiday
Jan 6 - Sun Epiphany 2022 Christian
Jan 7 - Mon Orthodox Christmas Day 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 14 - Mon Orthodox New Year 2022 Orthodox Christian
Jan 15 - Tues Makar Sankranti 2022 Hindu
Jan 21 - Mon Tu B'Shevat 2022 Jewish
Jan 21 - Mon Martin Luther King Day 2022 National holiday
February 2022    
Feb 1 - Fri National Freedom Day 2022 Observance
Feb 1 - Fri National Wear Red Day 2022 Observance
Feb 2 - Sat Groundhog Day 2022 Observance
Feb 5 - Tues Chinese New Year 2022 Observance
Feb 12 - Tues Lincoln's Birthday 2022 Observance
Feb 14 - Thurs Valentine's Day 2022 Observance
Feb 18 - Mon Presidents' Day - Washington's Birthday 2022 National holiday
March 2022    
Mar 1 - Fri Read Across America Day 2022 Observance
Mar 1 - Fri Employee Appreciation Day 2022 Observance
Mar 5 - Tues Maha Shivaratri 2022 Hindu
Mar 5 - Tues Mardi Gras 2022 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Lent 2019 Christian
Mar 6 - Wed Ash Wednesday 2022 Christian
Mar 10 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - begins 2022 Daylight Saving
Mar 17 - Sun St. Patrick's Day 2022 Observance
Mar 20 - Wed Spring/Fall - March equinox 2022 Season
Mar 21 - Thur Purim 2022 Jewish
Mar 21 - Thurs Holi 2022 Hindu
April 2022    
Apr 1 - Mon April Fools' Day 2022 Observance
Apr 3 - Wed Isra and Mi'raj 2022 Muslim
Apr 13 - Sat Thomas Jefferson Birthday 2022 Observance
Apr 14 - Sun Rama Navami 2022 Hindu
Apr 14 -Sun Palm Sunday 2022 Christian
Apr 15 - Mon Tax Day 2022 Observance
Apr 16 - Tues National Library Workers Day 2022 Observance
Apr 18 - Thurs Maundy Thursday 2022 Christian
Apr 19 - Fri Good Friday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Holy Saturday 2022 Christian
Apr 20 - Sat Passover - Starts 2022 Jewish
Apr 21 - Sun Laylat al Bara'at 2022 Muslim
Apr 21 - Sun Easter 2022 Christian
Apr 21 - Sun Earth Day 2022 Observance
Apr 22 - Mon Easter Monday 2022 Christian
Apr 24 - Wed Administrative Professionals Day 2022 Observance
Apr 25 - Thurs Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day 2022 Observance
Apr 26 - Fri Orthodox Good Friday 2022 Orthodox Christian
Apr 26 - Fri Arbor Day 2022 Observance
Apr 27 - Sat Passover - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Apr 28 - Sun Orthodox Easter 2022 Orthodox Christian
May 2022    
May 1 - Wed May Day 2022 Observance
May 2 - Thur Yom Hashoah 2022 Jewish
May 2 - Thurs National Day of Prayer 2022 Observance
May 5 - Sun Cinco de Mayo 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon National Nurses Day 2022 Observance
May 6 - Mon Ramadan starts 2022 Muslim
May 12 - Sun Mothers' Day 2022 Observance
May 15 - Wed Peace Officers Memorial Day 2022 Observance
May 18 - Sat Armed Forces Day 2022 Observance
May 22 - Wed National Maritime Day 2022 Observance
May 23 - Thurs Lag BaOmer 2022 Jewish
May 27 - Mon Memorial Day 2022 National holiday
May 30 - Thurs Ascension Day 2022 Christian
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
June 2022    
Jun 1 - Sat Laylat al Qadr 2022 Muslim
Jun 5 - Wed Eid al-Fitr 2022 Muslim
Jun 6 - Thurs D-Day 2022 Observance
Jun 9 - Sun Shavuot 2022 Jewish
Jun 9 - Sun Pentecost 2022 Christian
Jun 10 - Mon Whit Monday 2022 Christian
Jun 14 - Fri Flag Day 2022 Observance
Jun 16 - Sun Fathers' Day 2022 Observance
Jun 20 - Thurs Corpus Christi 2022 Christian
Jun 21 - Fri Summer/Winter Solstice 2022 Season
July 2022    
Jul 4 - Thurs Rath Yatra 2022 Hindu
Jul 4 - Thurs 4th of July - Independence Day 2022 National holiday
Jul 28 - Sun Parents Day 2022 Observance
August 2022    
Aug 4 - Sun Friendship Day 2022 Observance
Aug 11 - Sun Day of Arafat 2022 Muslim
Aug 11 - Sun Tisha B'Av 2022 Jewish
Aug 11 - Sun Eid al-Adha 2022 Muslim
Aug 14 - Wed Raksha Bandhan 2022 Hindu
Aug 15 - Thurs Assumption of Mary 2022 Christian
Aug 19 - Mon National Aviation Day 2022 Observance
Aug 21 - Wed Senior Citizens Day 2022 Observance
Aug 23 - Fri Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hindu
Aug 26 - Mon Women's Equality Day 2022 Observance
Aug 31 - Sat Muharram 2022 Muslim
September 2022    
Sept 2 - Mon Ganesh Chaturthi 2022 Hindu
Sep 2 - Mon Labor Day 2022 National holiday
Sep 8 - Sun National Grandparents Day 2022 Observance
Sep 10 - Tues Ashura 2022 Muslim
Sep 11 - Wed Patriot Day 2022 Observance
Sep 17 - Tues Constitution Citizenship Day 2022 Observance
Sep 23 - Mon Fall/ Spring - September equinox 2022 Season
Sept 29 - Sun Navratri 2022 Hindu
Sept 30 - Mon Rosh Hashana 2022 Jewish
October 2022    
Oct 7 - Mon Child Health Day 2022 Observance
Oct 7 - Mon Dussehra 2022 Hindu
Oct 9 - Wed Leif Erikson 2022 Observance
Oct 9 - Wed Yom Kippur 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Sukkot 2022 Jewish
Oct 14 - Mon Columbus Day 2022 National holiday
Oct 16 - Wed Boss's Day 2022 Observance
Oct 21 - Mon Shemini Atzeret 2022 Jewish
Oct 22 - Tues Simchat Torah 2022 Jewish
Oct 27 - Sun Diwali 2022 Hindu
Oct 31 - Thurs Halloween 2022 Observance
November 2022    
Nov 1 - Fri All Saints' Day 2022 Christian
Nov 2 - Fri All Souls Day 2022 Christian
Nov 3 - Sun Daylight Saving Time - ends 2022 Daylight Saving
Nov 10 - Sun The Prophet's Birthday 2022 Muslim
Nov 11 - Mon Veterans Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 28 - Thurs Thanksgiving Day 2022 National holiday
Nov 29 - Fri Black Friday 2022 Observance
December 2022    
Dec 2 - Mon Cyber Monday 2022 Observance
Dec 1 - Sun Advent 2022 Christian
Dec 6 - Fri St Nicholas Day 2022 Christian
Dec 7 - Sat Pearl Harbor Remebrance Day 2022 Observance
Dec 17 - Tues Wright Brothers Day 2022 Observance
Dec 22 - Sun Winter/Summer Solstice 2022 Season
Dec 23 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Starts 2022 Jewish
Dec 24 - Tues Christmas Eve 2022 Christian
Dec 25 - Wed Christmas Day 2022 National holiday
Dec 26 - Thurs Kwanzaa -thru Jan 1 2022 Observance
Dec 30 - Mon Hanukkah/Chanukah - Final Day 2022 Jewish
Dec 31 - Tues New Years Eve 2022 Observance

 


World Lung Cancer Day 2022

World Lung Cancer Day

When is World Lung Cancer Day 2022

World Lung Cancer Day 2022

Monday, August 01, 2022


When is World Lung Cancer Day 2023

World Lung Cancer Day 2023

Tuesday, August 01, 2023

Why we celebrate World Lung Cancer Day?

Lung cancer is one of the most dangerous types of cancer, since its initial phase is asymptomatic. It’s the leader in terms of mortality rate from cancer. The chance of recovery depends on when the patient contacted a doctor. The earlier, the higher. Unfortunately, most people learn about the disease in the advanced stage, which significantly complicates the treatment. Therefore, the World Lung Cancer Day encourages the population to undergo regular checks to detect the initial phase of the disease. It also supports and helps lung cancer patients overcome a difficult period of their lives.

What Do People Do?

On the World Lung Cancer Day, charity events are organized. People support each other and hold health counseling. The activity is aimed at informing the population about the causes, symptoms, and methods of cancer control. Such organizations as the European Respiratory Society (ERS) and the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS) provide significant support in fighting against lung cancer. You can visit their websites to raise your awareness about the disease: ERS – https://www.ersnet.org/ , FIRS – https://www.firsnet.org/. Below, you’ll find a brief list of a few of the lung cancer symptoms.

Lung cancer symptoms:

  • Fatigue;
  • Cough with brown spit or blood;
  • Loss of appetite;
  • Chest or shoulder pain;
  • Whistling breath.

If you suffer from any of these symptoms, be sure to consult a doctor. You should also see a doctor if you don’t have the symptoms, but you are at risk. It includes smoking, passive smoking, working with toxic substances, or poor environment. Genes play an important role as well. You at high risk if some of your relatives has had cancer.

How to Celebrate World Lung Cancer Day?

The World Lung Cancer Day is celebrated every year on August 1. This day is well-known all over the world. Take care of your and your beloved ones’ health. Have a medical check, study risk factors and do your best to minimize them.

World Lung Cancer Day Observances

List of dates for other years

Weekday Date Year Name
Thursday 01 August 2019 World Lung Cancer Day
Saturday 01 August 2020 World Lung Cancer Day
Sunday 01 August 2021 World Lung Cancer Day
Monday 01 August 2022 World Lung Cancer Day
Tuesday 01 August 2023 World Lung Cancer Day
Thursday 01 August 2024 World Lung Cancer Day
Friday 01 August 2025 World Lung Cancer Day
Saturday 01 August 2026 World Lung Cancer Day
Sunday 01 August 2027 World Lung Cancer Day
Tuesday 01 August 2028 World Lung Cancer Day
Wednesday 01 August 2029 World Lung Cancer Day
Thursday 01 August 2030 World Lung Cancer Day
Friday 01 August 2031 World Lung Cancer Day
Sunday 01 August 2032 World Lung Cancer Day

World Lung Cancer Day Video

World Lung Cancer Day Cards

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