Holidays Calendar for June 21, 2016


Martyr's Day in Togo

June 21 is Martyr’s Day, which is a very important day for the Togolese Republic. This holiday commemorates death of those people, who sacrificed their lives for peaceful life in Togo.

National Day in Greenland

The major national holiday in Greenland is National Day(Ullortuneq), that is annually celebrated on June 21. The festival is organized in every settlement and town of Greenland.

Andean-Amazonic New Year in Bolivia

Andean-Amazonic New Year is a national holiday in Bolivia. It’s and ancient celebration of summer solstice.

World Hydrography Day

June 21 is World Hydrography Day. Annual celebration of this holiday emphasizes importance of hydrography particularly in protection of marine reserves and promotion of safe navigation in international waters and ports.

World Music Day

Fête de la Musique, or World Music Day, is one of the worldwide known music festivals, that is annually celebrated on June 21. The festival is organized in 110 countries around the world in more than 406 cities.

Go Skateboarding Day

Go Skateboarding Day is an annual event, celebrated on June 21. This event is organized under initiative of the International Association of Skateboard Companies (IASC).

International Surfing Day

International Surfing Day is an unofficial observance, that celebrates the sports of surging, surfing lifestyle and sustainability of ocean resources. It’s annually observed on summer solstice, that falls on June 21, and on June 20 on leap years.

World Humanist Day

World Humanist Day is annually observed on day of summer solstice, that usually falls on June 21. This holiday was created under initiative of the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU).

Arbor Day in Cuba

The tradition of planting trees is very old in Cuba. The Cubans gathered to celebrate the first Arbor Day on October 4, 1904. However, during the next years the date was changed to its present-day June 21.

National Aboriginal Day in Canada

June 21 is National Aboriginal Day in Canada. This day recognizes and celebrates the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit people, to the development of the Canadian culture.

Day of Reflection

The Day of Reflection (sometimes referred to as the Day of Private Reflection or the Day of Reflection and Reconciliation) is observed on June 21 each year. It was created to reflect on the conflict in Northern Ireland.

National Peaches and Cream Day

June 21 is National Peaches and Cream Day. Peaches are great summer fruit to make a special treat. Today you can end your day with peaches and cream.

International Yoga Day

International Yoga Day is annually observed on June 21. This observance was established by the United Nations General Assembly on December 11, 2014.

Honor America Days

Annually 21 days from Flag Day areHonor America Days. This observance was created with the aim that all Americans could celebrate and honor their country in an appropriate way.

Father's Day in Arab Countries and Uganda

Some Arab countries, like Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Syria, United Arab Emirates, annually celebrate Father’s Day on June 21, that is a day of summer solstice.

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