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Labor Day See gift baskets ideas September 5th, 2016
Labor Day is a day to honor laborers and was originally created to give workers accolades for their economic services. Most people found it a day to relax, although many people also view it as the final holiday before summer ends and use it as a chance to take one last trip or hold a final barbecue. Labor Day occurs on the first Monday of September.
National Grandparents Day September 11th, 2016
A way to honor elders in America is to celebrate National Grandparents Day. As the name implies, this day commemorates grandparents and the roles they play in the lives of their grandchildren. National Grandparents Day is the perfect time to bond with family.
Patriot Day September 11th, 2016
The reverent marking of September 11th is called Patriot Day. This annual occurrence recalls the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001 and remembers the people who passed away that day. Other cultural terms, or Americanisms, for the day are 9/11 and September 11.
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day September 16th, 2016
September 17th is a dual holiday treat for Americans as it is both Constitution Day and Citizenship Day. This day is the anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution, as well as a celebration for those who have become U.S. Citizens through immigration procedures, or by age.
Gold Star Mother's Day September 25th, 2016
The final Sunday of September is Gold Star Mother's Day, which is a eulogy holiday to honor lost sons or daughters due to serviced in the Armed Forces and the mothers who no longer have them.
Rosh Hashana October 2nd, 2016
The Jewish New Year is called Rosh Hashana. This is a multi-day celebration that begins on the first day of Tishrei, the seventh month in the Hebrew calendar. This festivity is also known by the sobriquet the Day of Remembrance and can last for up to two days.
Child Health Day See gift baskets ideas October 3rd, 2016
Awareness for the health of children is raised on the first Monday in October in an event called Child Health Day. This United States holiday is meant to cultivate awareness, inform the public, and increase efforts to help fund medicine and research.