Welcome to September 2018. here you can locate September 2018 calendar and the public holidays in United States of America.
I have also compiled 100 happy new Month for September 2018. September has total of 30 days and ninth Month of the year.
September 2018 calendar
These are public holidays in United State in September 2018 calendar
September 3: Labor Day History
Labor day falls in September 2018 calendar is celebrated in every third day of September. It is a day to commensurate the contributions of workers in United States. Labor Day is a dedicated to honoring and remembering the achievements of the US worker. Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday in September as a three day weekend.
September 5: International Day of Charity History
The International Day of Charity seeks to promote and recognize charity and its role in easing humanitarian crises and suffering in the world. It is celebrated every September 5.
September 8: International Literacy Day History
International Literacy Day serves to recognize the importance of literacy and acknowledge the need to create a globally literate community. Literacy refers to a person’s ability to read or write, an ability that connects and empowers people, allowing them to communicate and interact with the world, and one that the United Nations considers to be a basic human right.
September 9: Grandparents’ Day History
Grandparents Day serves to honor and recognize the contributions of grandparents in our lives. Grandparents are a society and a family’s ties to its past as they pass on important values, beliefs and ideals to future generations. Their wisdom and love are recognized every year on the first Saturday after Labor Day in September.
September 10: Rosh Hashana History
Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: ראש השנה) is the Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah literally translates to the Head of the Year. It is a two day festival. In the Bible, it is called Yom Ha-Zikkaron, the day of remembrance or Yom Teruah the day of the sounding of the shofar-(Leviticus 23:24-25).
September 11: Islamic new year History
The Islamic New Year commemorates Muhammad’s migration from Mecca to Medina. This migration was to escape the oppression and violence that the non-Muslim Quraish, the predominant tribe of Mecca, had been inflicting on him and his companions.
September 15: International Day of Democracy History
International Day of Democracy seeks to promote and uphold the principles of democracy. Democracy refers to a government ruled by the people through representatives that have been elected by the whole population. Democracy is tightly connected to human rights, more specifically the right to political and civil freedom, as democracy ensures equitable participation from all members of society.
September 17: Constitution Day History
Constitution Day commemorates the adoption of the United States Constitution and celebrates the citizens of the United States. The Constitution was written because the existing charter of government, known as the Articles of Confederation, had resulted in creating a weak and ineffective central government.
September 18: National Cheeseburger Day History
National Cheeseburger Day is a day of appreciation for cheeseburgers. Typically when cooking a cheeseburger, cheese is added to a hamburger patty a few seconds before the patty is removed from the heat. This allows the cheese to melt onto the burger.
September 19: Yom Kippur History
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement, Hebrew: יום כיפור) is the last day to atone our sins of the Ten Days of Repentance, which start on the New Year (Rosh Hashanah). This is a fast mentioned in the Bible and the punishment mentioned for not keeping this fast is excommunication.
September 20: Ashura History
Ashura (Arabic: عاشوراء ) marks the day that Shi’a Muslims believe Husayn, the grandson of Muhammad, was martyred. For Sunni Muslims, it marks the day that Moses was saved from the Pharaoh’s tyranny.
September 21: International Day of Peace History
International Day of Peace seeks to promote peace among nations and peoples. Peace is recognized as both an innate state of being, and a dynamic evolutionary process wherein constructive growth can occur and the children of this and future generations may gain hope for a better world to inherit.
September 22: World Rhino Day History
World Rhino Day celebrates Rhinoceroses and generates awareness of issues regarding their well-being. In recent years, rhinos have been threatened by poaching, urbanization and pollution, which have left certain rhino species on the brink of extinction while leaving other species severely endangered.
September 23 – 30: Sukkot History
Sukkot (Hebrew: סוכות), meaning Tabernacles, is the autumnal ‘foot festival’ in which the Jews are commanded to leave their permanent houses and to dwell in booths for seven days.