Fun Things to Celebrate in September | Robyns.World

I know it is not officially fall, but in my head September is autumn. There are tons of fun things to do in the fall already from fall festivals, new school year activities, and so much more. However, if you need a few inspirations of things to celebrate in September try out some of these unique holidays.

  • September 3 – Skyscraper Day
  • September 5 – Labor Day
  • September 7 – National Salami Day
  • September 11 – Grandparent’s Day
  • September 13 – Positive Thinking Day
  • September 16 – National Play-Doh Day
  • September 17 – National Apple Dumpling Day
  • September 18 – Wife Appreciation Day
  • September 19 – International Talk Like a Pirate Day
  • September 22 – Autumn Officially Begins
  • September 23 – Checkers Day
  • September 24 – National Cherries Jubilee Day
  • September 26 – Johnny Appleseed Day

A few days are more serious than others, but these are all actually holidays that people celebrate in September. I love this things, they are just fun. I’m one of those folks who will celebrate just about anything to be honest. Even though I’m not religious, I actually love celebrating holidays in different religions even because when I am a guest of someone who does celebrate it they share so much of the history or the culture with me.

Even the sillier things like food holidays or funny game days are great to do within your own household. Kids love to do special things. If you know about the days ahead of time you can plan as simply or as detailed as you like. For example on National Play-Doh Day be sure to have some Play-Doh in the house and set aside even just 30 minutes for the entire family to sit together and play. This month on National Cherries Jubilee Day why not try making this yourself or with your family for dessert this night? These really are great ways to spend quality time with your family.

Will you plan on celebrating any of these unique holidays in September this year? Do you have other holidays that you celebrate in September? What are they?