National pickle day, national chocolate day. Ever heard those silly holidays on the radio? Here the unofficial list of all those holidays that you hear about on the radio! So go ahead, celebrate your holidays! Click on the month to see what you have to celebrate that month.
Month Long Observations
American Bike Month
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month
Better Hearing and Speech Month
National Bar-B-Que Month
National Egg Month
National Duckling Month
National Hamburger Month
National Mental Health Month
National Salad Month
National Photo Month
National Physical Fitness and Sports Month
National Strawberry Month
Older Americans Month
Week Long Observances
1st Week - National Postcard Week
1st Week -Teacher Appreciation Week
2nd Week - National Pet Week
2nd Week - National Police Week
Celebrate in whichever week has May 15th.
Last Week - National Backyard Games Week
Last full week before Memorial Day.
Special Days in May
Celebrated the first Friday of May.
National Teacher Day
Always the Tuesday of the first full week of May.
National Family Child Care Provider's Day
The Friday before Mother's Day.
Second Sunday of May.
Armed Forces Day
The third Saturday of May.
Third Sunday in May.
Observed the Last Monday of May
Celebrated in Canada on the Monday before May 24.
Hawaiian Lei Day
Mother Goose Day
Worthy Wage Day for child care providers.
Dr. Benjamin Spock's Birthday
Born in 1903.
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Constitution Memorial Day In Japan.
National Weather Observers' Day
Susan's Birthday From Sesame Street.
Children's Day In Japan.
Cinco De Mayo
International No Diet Day
1st Stamp Collection Started
Pulitzer Prize Established
No Socks Day
First Newspaper Cartoon In the USA in 1754.
Clean Up Your Room Day
Twilight Zone Day
International Nurses Day
Beginning of Lewis and Clark Expedition In 1804.
National Dance Like a Chicken Day
Aoi Festival Celebrated in Japan.
L.F. Baum's Birthday
Author of The Wizard of Oz - born in 1856.
National Chocolate Chip Day
First US Nickel Minted
In 1866, called the 'Shield Nickel'.
First Kentucky Derby In 1875.
International Museum Day
Mount St. Helens Erupted In 1980.
Visit Your Relatives Day
The Ringling Brother's Circus opened in 1884.
First Photo Sent From Space
In 1990 the Hubble space telescope sends 1st photograph's from space.
American Red Cross Founded
Founded by Clara Barton in 1881.
Lindbergh Flight Day In 1927.
Buy-A-Musical Instrument Day
First Morse Code Message Sent from Washington DC to Baltimore in 1844.
National Missing Children's Day
National Tap Dance Day
Blueberry Cheesecake Day
Golden Gate Bridge Opens In 1937.
Masking Tape Patented In 1930.
Jim Thorpe's Birthday Born in 1888.
John F. Kennedy's Birthday Born in 1917.
Ice Cream Freezer Patented In 1848 by William Young.
World No Tobacco Day
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