May 18 National Day
May 18 National Day:
|18th May||National No Dirty Dishes Day||United States|
|18th May||Ascension Day (Saint Barthelemy)||Other|
|18th May||Ascension Day (Saint Martin)||Other|
|18th May||Ascension Day||World Wide|
|18th May||Battle of Las Piedras||Uruguay|
|18th May||Global accessibility awareness day||World Wide|
|18th May||Haitian Flag Day||Haiti|
|18th May||I Love Reese’s Day||United States|
|18th May||International museum Day||World Wide|
|18th May||Mother Whistler Day||United States|
|18th May||National Aperitif Day||United States|
|18th May||National Brock Day||World Wide|
|18th May||National Cheese Soufflé Day||United States|
|18th May||National HIV Vaccine Awareness Day||United States|
|18th May||National Marvin day||World Wide|
|18th May||National notebook Day||United States|
|18th May||National Visit your relatives Day||United States|
|18th May||Send an Electronic Greeting Card Day||United States|
|18th May||State Flag of Turkmenistan Day||Turkmenistan|
|18th May||World AIDS Vaccine day||World Wide|
National No Dirty Dishes Day
No one enjoys dirty dishes, whether they are a parent, husband, sister, brother, or roommate. This day has sinks all around the world celebrating the idea of enjoying a light workload and a free up space on this day, a holiday that was probably devised by a frustrated parent. Say “NO” to dirty dishes and do your part to keep sinks happy.
Ascension Day (Saint Barthelemy)
In Saint Barthelemy, this day is commemorated every year on the 40th day of Easter. The religious celebration, which honors Jesus’ ascension into Heaven, usually falls on Thursdays. It is a recognized national holiday in Saint Barthelemy, and parades with banners and torches are typical. The holiday has been celebrated since the fourth century.
Ascension Day (Saint Martin)
39 days following Easter Sunday is when this holiday is observed. The event honors the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven 40 days after his resurrection. It is also referred to as the Festival of the Ascension, Solemnity of the Ascension of Jesus Christ, or Ascension Thursday. Its commemoration dates to the fourth and fifth century.
The Christian feast known by several names, including The Feast of the Ascension, The Ascension of Jesus, Ascension Thursday, Holy Thursday, or Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, is observed as a public holiday in numerous nations, including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, and more.
Battle of Las Piedras
Within that Oriental Republic of Uruguay, this is one of the most important public holidays. This day in 1811 saw the defeat of Spanish imperialists by Uruguayan rebels led by the legendary José Gervasio Artigas, clearing the path for the country’s independence. A waning Latin American revolution rested on Las Piedras, making it no ordinary battleground.
Global accessibility awareness day
Each third Thursday in May is designated as this holiday. On this day, people are urged to talk about, argue over, and educate oneself on issues related to digital access. The day’s goal is to increase awareness and motivate people to take action by shining a spotlight on digital access and inclusion for people with disabilities.
Haitian Flag Day
Haiti has designated this day as a national holiday to honor its liberation from French rule. On this day in 1803, the nation’s first republic was proclaimed and the flag was raised for the first time. The flag, which stands for nationalism and patriotism, was a sign of optimism for Haitians under colonial rule.
I Love Reese’s Day
The “Hershey Company” established the holiday in 2010 to honor the legendary confection known as the “Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.” Reese’s was given its very own special holiday after the corporation funded an internet petition with 40,000 supporters’ signatures.
International museum Day
This day has been commemorated yearly by the International Council of Museums since 1977 as a way to honor the global museum community. The growth of peaceful coexistence and collaboration among nations and communities, as well as for shared culture and enrichment, depends on museums.
Mother Whistler Day
It is a day to commemorate the art of whistling, not the mom of an American artist by the name of James Abbott McNeill Whistler, from whom the title is derived. Not everyone can whistle, although the majority of individuals can. Why praise something like whistling, one might wonder? Because, well, why not?
National Aperitif Day
Aperitifs, or drinks consumed before meals, are enjoyed during the day. Examples include fizz, sweet vermouth, and white wine. Despite having its roots in France, aperitifs are now enjoyed by individuals from all over the world. They have a rich flavor and are frequently the star element in cocktail recipes.
National Brock Day
Every person named Brock is honored and celebrated on this day. Despite being primarily a male name, there are some Brocks who are female. This term, which translates to “badger” in English, is also used in Scotland and some Scandinavian nations.
National Cheese Soufflé Day
On this day, cheese soufflés are prepared and/or consumed by individuals, as well as by families and friends. The French term “souffler,” which means “to puff up” or “to blow up,” is where the word “soufflé” originates. The recipe was initially mentioned by Vincent La Chapelle in his book “Le Cuisinier Moderne,” and it has since gained popularity as both a dessert and a main course.
National HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
This day is commemorated to honor everyone who is engaged in the search for an HIV vaccine. The day serves as a reminder of the significance of research on an HIV vaccine. AIDS is a fatal illness for which there is now no treatment. This day is intended to encourage individuals to take the necessary actions to stop the transmission of HIV.
National Marvin day
The purpose of the day is to honor everyone named Marvin. Welsh in origin, the name “Marvin” is predominately masculine. Its origins are in the Welsh name “Mervyn.” Despite being the first surname of one of best songwriters to ever live, Marvin Gaye, the name, which means “Sea Hill,” has long been disregarded.
National notebook Day
It’s a day set aside to encourage people to write down their ideas, experiences, and knowledge in a notebook. If you’re the kind of person whose thoughts wander all over the place at once, having a diary or journal is very crucial. One advantage of keeping track on your ideas that it helps you keep them focused.
National Visit your relatives Day
It’s a day set aside to cherish family time and spend time with the people you love. While it has gotten simpler to stay in touch with our family members since the dawn of the internet era, the fast-paced nature of our life has increased the gap even more.
Send an Electronic Greeting Card Day
This day is meant to encourage the sending of electronic greeting cards. The digital greeting cards are not only practical and affordable to send, but also environmentally friendly. By reducing the quantity of extra paper waste, using electronic greeting cards instead of paper ones helps to safeguard the environment.
State Flag of Turkmenistan Day
The establishment of the Turkmenistan flag following the dissolution of the Soviet Union is commemorated on this day. For Turkmens, the flag represents freedom and the start of their country’s independence. It not only stands for freedom but also fosters harmony among the various tribes in the nation.
World AIDS Vaccine day
The day is also recognized as HIV Vaccine Knowledge Day, part of an effort to raise public awareness of the value of getting vaccinated against the virus to avoid contracting it and developing AIDS. The research places a strong emphasis on the value of vaccination as a defense against potentially fatal infections.