National Days in september

National Days in September 2024

1National Read a book daySep 6th
2National Beer Lovers DaySep 7th
3National First Love DaySep 18th
4National Video Games DaySep 12th
5National Guacamole DaySep 16th
6National Cheeseburger DaySep 18th
7Wife Appreciation DaySep 19th
8National Pepperoni Pizza DaySep 20th
9National Singles DaySep 22nd
10National Ice Cream Cone DaySep 22nd
11National Comic Book DaySep 25th
12National Daughters DaySep 25th
13National Lobster DaySep 25th
14Johnny Appleseed DaySep 26th
15National Pancake DaySep 26th
16National Drink Beer DaySep 28th
17 National Sons DaySep 28th

Take a moment and acknowledge the magnificence of every national days 2024 celebrated, such as the ones mentioned above.

Monthly September National Holidays 2024

  • National Suicide Prevention Month (US): Aiming to increase awareness about suicide prevention and mental health.
  • National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (US): Dedicated to raising awareness and support for pediatric cancer patients and families.
  • National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month (US): Focused on raising awareness about substance abuse and celebrating successful recovery.
  • National Preparedness Month (US): Recognized in September, emphasizing emergency preparedness for individuals and communities.
  • World Alzheimer’s Month: A global campaign to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and challenge associated stigma.

September National Weeks 2024

  • National Suicide Prevention Week: Usually in the first or second week of September, focuses on raising awareness about suicide prevention and mental health.
  • National Child Passenger Safety Week: Typically in the third week of September, dedicated to promoting child passenger safety in vehicles.
  • National Arts in Education Week: Celebrated in the second week of September in the US, emphasizes the importance of arts education in schools.
  • National Drive Electric Week: Held in the second week of September, promotes electric vehicles and sustainable transportation.
  • National Singles Week: Sometimes in the third week of September, recognizes and celebrates single individuals.
  • National Farm Safety and Health Week: Commonly in the third week of September, raises awareness about farm safety and health practices.
  • National Rehabilitation Awareness Week: Often observed in the third week of September, highlights the importance of rehabilitation services and support.
  • National Employ Older Workers Week: Generally in the fourth week of September, emphasizes the value and contributions of older workers.
  • National Deaf Awareness Week: Celebrated in the last week of September, promotes awareness about the Deaf community and their achievements.
  • Banned Books Week: Generally in the last week of September, advocates for the freedom to read and opposes censorship.


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