June 14 National Day:
|National Bourbon Day
|World Blood Donor Day
|Falkland Islands Liberation Day
|International Bath Day
|Monkey Around Day
|National New Mexico Day
|National Pop Goes The Weasel Day
|National Strawberry Shortcake Day
|US Flag Day
The Second Continental Congress adopted the US national flag in 1777. However, the flag design changed over the years and the current one has remained unchanged since 1960. Invite your friends for a costume contest alongside a BBQ party. Make patriotic-themed snacks for the party. Educate yourself and your kids by exploring the history of the US flag.
National Bourbon Day
Bourbon is one of the most remarkable alcoholic spirits in the US. Teosinte, a weedy grass, is the key ingredient of this alcoholic spirit. Observe this national holiday by mixing up your favorite bourbon cocktail. Or, hosting a bourbon-themed party with your friends can increase the charm of this holiday. Watch a special documentary that is focused on bourbon.
World Blood Donor Day
Richard Lower was the first person who researched the science of blood donation. The event was established in 2005 during the 58th edition of the World Health Assembly. Become a part of this international event by donating blood. Use your favorite social networking platforms to raise awareness and encourage others to participate in this event.
The Second Continental Congress formed Continental Army in 1775. Join an event in your local area and learn about the US Army. You can thank all veterans and appreciate their noble work on social media.
Falkland Islands Liberation Day
John Strong visited the islands for the first time in 1690 while the first settlement was in 1764. Explore some interesting stories and facts about the Falkland Islands. Plan a trip to the beautiful Falkland Islands and visit iconic tourist spots. Share your trip experience alongside the best photos on social media by using the hashtag.
International Bath Day
Educate yourself by exploring the benefits of hot baths. Treat yourself to a luxury bath by using bath salts, essential oil, and bubble baths. Make your beloved partner feel special by arranging a hot bath. Get a recipe for handcrafted soap online and make your own version at home with the help of your family members.
Monkey Around Day
Bob Matthews established this fun holiday in 2016 as his daughter has loved monkeys since childhood. Observe this day by visiting your nearest zoo with your kids or friends. Monkey around by doing some crazy activities with friends such as rock climbing. Take several videos and photos and share your experience on social networking platforms by using the official hashtag.
National New Mexico Day
New Mexico became the 47th state of America in 1912. If you are from this land, you have a great chance to participate in various events. Unearth some top attractions of this place. Explore the interesting historical facts about this state by reading some books. Join a dance school and learn New Mexico’s official dance La Marcha de los Novios.
National Pop Goes The Weasel Day
The ‘Pop Goes The Weasel’ rhyme became very popular during the 1700s. Visit your nearby bookstore with your kids and spend some quality time reading nursery rhymes for them. Alternatively, you can organize a reading session for your kids.
National Strawberry Shortcake Day
The first mention of a shortcake was in an English cookbook in 1588. Strawberry shortcake became popular in the 19th century when many places started serving it. Observe this day by baking your own strawberry shortcake with essential ingredients. Invite your friends and let them taste your shortcake. Visit a local bakery to taste the authentic strawberry shortcake.
Pahili is the first day of Raja Parba, a popular festival in Odisha. Pahili Raja used to be a tribal festival but now everyone celebrates it with full enthusiasm. Observe this festival by buying new clothes and applying alta. Take a break from your work and enjoy the day with your family. Share your experience on social networking platforms alongside some pictures.
US Flag Day
George Morris created this event in 1864. However, the first observation of this event was in 1885. Awaken your patriotic side by hoisting the US flag. Educate yourself by exploring the glorious history of America and other popular historic events. Organize an event and invite your friends to observe US Flag Day.