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Unofficial Holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating during the week from August 28th to September 3rd.

Weird and wonderful events, topics and themes are organized every day of the year by groups and individuals around the world.

And it’s not the only unique thing to respect or recognize every day – at any time of the year, you have a few options.

There are also weekly and monthly celebrations. For example, in September, people around the world recognize Sepsis Awareness Month and Friendship Month.

Here are some of the things people are celebrating this week.

August 28th (Sun): Compete with your mouse for Red Wine Day, Icon Day, Bow Tie Day, and Rainbow Bridge Anniversary.

Monday, August 29th: International Lemon Juice Day Day Against Nuclear Tests, Day of Individual Rights.

Tuesday, August 30: Frankenstein Day, Slinky Day, Beach Day, Toasted Marshmallow Day.

Wednesday, August 31st: international overdose awareness day, eat out day, we love remembrance day.

September 1st (Thursday): Ginger Cat Gratitude Day, World Letter Day, No Rhyme, No Reason Day.

Friday, September 2nd: Bison Ten Yell Day, World Coconut Day, Lazy Mom’s Day, a day to bring manners into the workplace.

September 3 (Sat): world beard day, international bacon day, skyscraper Day.

Check back regularly for a list of upcoming international unofficial holidays.


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Unofficial Holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating during the week from August 28th to September 3rd.

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