National Days in August
National Days in August:
- Respect for Parents Day – The day was created as a way to honor and appreciate the work that parents do for their children
- National Coast Guard Day – honor the brave men and women who protect our coasts and waterways.
- National Minority Donor Awareness Day – increase awareness and understanding of the importance of minority donor participation in philanthropy.
- National Raspberry Cream Pie Day – A day to celebrate one of America’s favorite pies.
- National Girlfriends Day – female friends will come together to celebrate their long friendships.
- National Coloring Book Day – Today people from every age group pick up color and show their talents on papers.
- National Ice Cream Sandwich Day – dedicated to ice cream sandwich, a frozen dessert that was common till 1980 in the North American continent.
- National Watermelon Day – The day is to relish with Watermelon.
- National Grab Some Nuts Day – the day is to encourage all of us to take some nuts on a daily basis.
- National Georgia Day – celebrates the history, culture, and heritage of the state of Georgia
- National Oyster Day – The day is dedicated to Oysters, any edible mollusc of the genus Ostrea
August 4: –
- National Work Like A Dog Day – encourage people to get the most out of their day by working hard.
- National Root Beer Float Day – This day is dedicated to America’s favorite carbonated beverage, Root beer float.
- National Fresh Breath Day – create awareness about the importance of Fresh Breath.
- Purple Heart Day – designed to show gratitude for those who bravely served our Country.
- National Lighthouse Day – honors the lighthouse beacon, representing security and safety for vessels and ships at sea for centuries.
- National Raspberries N’ Cream Day – enjoy the raspberry season with full enthusiasm.
- National Wiggle Your Toes Day – create consciousness to wiggle your toes in order to take care of toes and feet.
- National Veep Day – recognize the presidential succession matters in the American Constitution.
- National Sneak Some Zucchini Into Your Neighbor’s Porch Day – Well, this day is observed to surprise neighbors.
- National Frozen Custard Day – This day is dedicated to all frozen custard lovers worldwide.
- National Happiness Happens Day – encourage happiness among people.
- National Dollar Day – celebrated to commemorate the monetary system establishment in the United States.
- National Book Lovers Day – This day is dedicated to all the bibliophiles.
- National Rice Pudding Day – It is traditionally associated with the holiday season, and many families make rice pudding as a special dessert.
- National Lazy Day – Lazy Day can be described as a day of relaxation observed in the United States
- National Shapewear Day – celebrate the many benefits of shapewear.
- National Connecticut Day – remembrance of Connecticut, the fifth state to join the United States of America.
- National Raspberry Bombe Day – The raspberry bombe can be the perfect ending to any summer feast, and the dessert
- National Presidential Joke Day – The day started due to the mistake of a President, but the people of America loved it so much that they turned it into something memorable.
- National Son and Daughter Day – family and love centric holiday.
- National Middle Child Day – honor the in-between child in a family. Larger families may celebrate multiple middle children.
- National Julienne Fries Day – In the history of the festivities celebrated in America
- National Vinyl Record Day – chance to experience the retro sound.
- National Filet Mignon Day – It’s typically either a steer or heifer. It is made of beef, which is taken from the lower end of the tenderloin portion of the beef carcass.
- National Prosecco Day – It encourages people to celebrate sparkling wine Prosecco!
- National Blame Someone Else Day – characteristically in the month of August to allow people to allocate their mistakes to other people.
- National Left Handers Day – This day is for the Lefties and to sort out the issues faced by the left-handers in this world that purely designed for the righties.
- National Creamsicle Day – celebrate the sweet and refreshing dessert made of citrus on sticks.
- National Relaxation Day – People are encouraged to enjoy some downtime and take a break in their busy lives!
- National Lemon Meringue Pie Day – Prepare to satisfy your sweet taste.
- National Tell a Joke Day – have a good time with your loved ones through laughter.
- National Massachusetts Day – In the remembrance of Massachusetts, the second of the 13th New England colonies
- National I Love My Feet Day – create awareness about Feet health.
- National Non Profit Day – annual day that recognizes the tremendous effort charities and non-profits
- National Thrift Shop Day – day dedicated to promoting charity organizations and local thrift stores.
- National Fajita Day – celebrates the blistering perfection of fajitas’ savory Tex-Mex taste.
- National Mail Order Catalog Day – this day is marked for the old-fashioned way of shopping
- National Ice Cream Pie Day – honor the decedent taste of this dessert in the United States.
- National Soft Ice Cream Day – Tell me something more interesting than enjoying soft ice cream as an excuse
- International Bow Day – It is celebrated in all parts of the world, where bowing is widely done as a greeting, gratitude, and respect.
- National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day – enjoy Southern classic that combines two of America’s favorite flavors: chocolate and pecans.
- National Brazilian Blowout Day – On this day, many citizens, especially women, take care of their messy hair at the start of summer in the US.
- National Spumoni Day – This day is to celebrate Spumoni and express gratitude towards this deliciousness.
- National Never Bean Better Day – motivates individuals to pick up a few dog techniques from their canine pals.
- National Bao Day – My mouth starts watering as soon as it hears Bao
- National Pecan Torte Day – celebrated to mark the popularity of pecan torte and its many variations.
- National Ride The Wind Day – The day commemorates the first time a person used powered flight to earn the Kremer Prize.
- National Sponge Cake Day – enjoy the ever delicious Sponge cake.
- National Maryland Day – we officially welcome the 7th state to the Union.
- National Peach Pie Day – people celebrate the delicious Peach pie.
- National Kiss and Make-Up Day – celebrating your love with your significant others in the form of a kiss and making up with them
- National Second Hand Wardrobe Day – honor and encourage the super saver deals and shop vintage above everything else.
- National Whiskey Sour Day – The whiskey sour is just a blended drink made with whiskey (typically bourbon), lime juice, and sugar
- National Park Service Founders Day – The Day acknowledges the special protection and securing endeavors of the National Parks System.
- National Webmistress Day – carve out the names of those unnamed and hidden superwomen behind everything you see on the internet.
- National Cherry Popsicle Day – The thing about cherry popsicles is that they may not be thick and creamy, but this doesn’t mean that they aren’t tasty.
- National Women’s Equality Day – In 1878, the resolution was originally proposed.
- National Just Because Day – Day has turned into a terrific method for spreading different thoughtful gestures and acts, send an insightful card to an ally for no reason.
- National Pots De Crème Day – This is the day we celebrate the world’s most famous and loved dessert, Pots de crème.
- National Cherry Turnover Day – every year to celebrate the sweet homemade Pie.
- National Power Rangers Day – The first edition of the Amazing Morphin Power Rangers tv movie premiered
- Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day – The loss of a dog or cat, be it the household dog, a calm cute kitten, or anything more unknown, is a heartbreaking event.
- National Chop Suey Day – observed to honor this delightful and American Chinese food.
- National Grief Awareness Day – tell people how vital grief is and how much more important is the ability to cope with it.
- National Toasted Marshmallow Day – honors one of America’s favorite fire-roasted delicacies.
- National Diatomaceous Earth Day – commemorate the wide usage of Diatomaceous earth material.
- National South Carolina Day – The day is for South Carolinians to celebrate it in their own way.
- National Matchmaker Day – celebrates romantics whose constant search for the ideal target for Cupid’s arrow leads to lasting love tales.