August is International Childfree, International Mahjong, National Girlfriends, National Raspberry Cream Pie, Respect For Parents and more!

International Childfree Day

Every year on August 1, International Childfree Day takes place. On this day, show your love and respect to those who choose to live a child-free life, respectively.

International Mahjong Day

International Mahjong Day, on August 1st, is hosting a game to get the holiday off! Play your tiles well, and with a win, you may well mark the day's victory.

National Coloring Book Day

On August 2nd, National Coloring Book Day recognizes the joy children and adults alike derive from coloring in pages of designs.

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day, on August 2nd, encourages us to cool down with one of our favorite frozen treats. If it's vanilla, strawberry, or Neopolitan between two chocolate wafers, the dessert will surely hit the spot on a hot summer day.

National Georgia Day

We recognize each state in the order they entered the union, beginning with Hawaii and ending with Hawaii on Independence Day. We feature a small part of each state's past, foods, and the people who make up the state. There's so much more to discover, we can't help but celebrate our beautiful country even more.

National Grab Some Nuts Day

National Almond Day, National Pistachio Day, and National Pecan Day are among the year's nut days, but August 3rd embraces them all. It's National Grab Some Nuts Day!

International Clouded Leopard Day

International Clouded Leopard Day, on August 4th, raises concerns of the clouded leopard's plight. Both in the wild and captivity, the clouded leopard needs our assistance to maintain its current population levels and increase.

National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, on August 4th, gives us the opportunity to dunk America's most popular cookie. Pour a glass of milk and enjoy whether yours are homemade or storebought.

International Traffic Light Day

Every year on August 5th, International Traffic Light Day highlights the importance of the traffic light. It's also a day that commemorates the installation of the first traffic signal system.

National Oyster Day

National Oyster Day is August 5th, so get slurping on August 5th! In several regions of the world, oysters are popular as seafood.

National Fresh Breath Day

On National Fresh Breath Day, observed annually on August 6th, pop a mint and smile on National Fresh Breath Day. The day encourages oral hygiene and its importance. Dentists and oral care specialists applaud the day dedicated to combating bad breath.

National Root Beer Float Day

We're invited to float a scoop of vanilla ice cream in an ice-cold mug of frothy root beer on August 6th. The classic beverage is a creamy treat that has been loved by generations.

National Lighthouse Day


National Raspberries N’ Cream Day

On August 7th, enjoy fresh berries in cream during National Raspberries N' Cream Day. What better way to celebrate than with this simple and delicious dish as the raspberry season is in full swing.

International Cat Day


International Infinity Day

If you're wondering why August 8 is International Infinity Day, you're halfway there to celebrating! Everyone has the opportunity to honor the number 8 in all its uniqueness on this day. We encourage you to celebrate #InternationalInfinityDay with a thirst for knowledge, whether you're a deep thinker, a box, or a problem solver.

International Coworking Day

Every year on August 9th, International Coworking Day commemorates the contributions of the coworking movement. It's also a day to remember that we are all part of something greater than ourselves.

National Book Lovers Day

National Book Lovers Day, August 9th, brings together all the excitement bibliophiles feel about books into one celebration.

Agent Orange Awareness Day

Agent Orange Awareness Day, which takes place on August 10th each year, gives details about Agent Orange's effects. It also serves as a reminder of the lasting harm that a single decision can do.

Global Kinetic Sand Day

Global Kinetic SandTM Day is every year on August 11th, the amazingly delicious sand that is so bizarre, you can't put it down! The creative possibilities are endless for Kinetic Sand's creative possibilities. Mix, slice, and mold it into any shape you like. You can feel the movement through your fingers, almost like real sand, but without the mess!

National Presidential Joke Day

On August 11th, National Presidential Joke Day is celebrated annually.

International Youth Day

Every year on August 12, we celebrate International Youth Day (IYD). We celebrate youth around the world on this day to celebrate the promising future in today's society. In addition, the day brings global attention to the problems youth face in their everyday lives.

National Julienne Fries Day

Everyone fries up skinny sliced potatoes for a delectable and crunchy snack on National Julienne Fries Day on August 12th each year.

International Left Handers Day

On August 13th, the International Left Hand Handers Day honors all those individuals who have mastered using their left hand in a right-handed world. We take our hats off to you, left-handed!

National Filet Mignon Day

On August 13th, National Filet Mignon Day honors a special cut of beef. A filet mignon is a steak cut from the smaller end of the beef carcass tenderloin, and it's usually from a steer or heifer.

National Creamsicle Day

On August 14th, the creamy citrus dessert on a stick is commemorated on National Creamsicle Day. What better way to refreshment during the summer than with a creamsicle!

National Navajo Code Talkers Day

Each year on August 14th, National Navajo Code Talkers Day honors the contributions of the Native Americans who contributed their unique skills to the World War II effort. The day also highlights their impact on U.S. code and the Native American words that made it possible.

National Leathercraft Day

On August 15th, the rich heritage, artistry, and craftsmanship of leathercrafting are all recognized.

National Lemon Meringue Pie Day

Pie enthusiasts and lemon lovers alike will celebrate National Lemon Meringue Pie Day on August 15th. In this delectable tart, tart lemon curd and delicate meringue blend together.

National Airborne Day

On August 16th, the military's airborne divisions of the Armed Forces were commemorated on National Airborne Day.

National Roller Coaster Day

People flock to amusement parks for a thrill, a few thrilling screams, and to celebrate National Roller Coaster Day each year on August 16th. Take a ride on a roller coaster near you.

National Nonprofit Day

National Nonprofit Day (NND) on August 17th honors nonprofits' goals and positive impacts on communities and the planet.

National Fajita Day

National Fajita Day, August 18th, honors the smoky delectability of the savory Tex-Mex flavor found in fajitas.

National Ice Cream Pie Day

On August 18th, National Ice Cream Pie Day is annually observed. This is August's second ice cream holiday, honoring a light frozen dessert available in a variety of delectable flavors.

International Bow Day

Bows are recognized on August 19, the accessory that has been trending for centuries – bows! Adding accessories makes just about every look so much better.

International Orangutan Day

International Orangutan Day, on August 19th, raises concerns about the threat of orangutans' extinction. For the love of orangutans, the love of orangutans is shared. Celebrate these amazing apes and encourage the public to take action in safeguarding them.

National Accessible Air Travel Day

National Accessible Air Travel Day, August 20, focuses on the need for affordable air travel for people with disabilities.

National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day

National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day, on August 20th, will allow you to have your chocolate and pie as well. (National Pecan Pie Day is held each year on July 12th if chocolate isn't your preference, but we don't know anyone like it.)

Brazilian Blowout Day

National Brazilian Blowout Day is August 21st, and it is commemorated on National Blowout Day. Starting with your stunning locks, the day gives you the opportunity to bring your best self forward.

National Senior Citizens Day

National Senior Citizens Day, August 21st, honors the contributions of the country's most influential leaders. The day gives us the opportunity to express our gratitude for their service, achievements, and programs that people provide throughout their lives.

National Bao Day

On August 22nd, National Bao Day promises your taste buds will be yelling Wow! on National Bao Day's August 22nd. Why? Why? Because ancient Chinese gastronomic delicacies often result in oohs and ahhs on food holidays, there are often oohs and ahhs on food holidays.

National Be An Angel Day

On August 22nd, National Be an Angel Day, encourages good deeds and kindness to others. We display an act of an angel on earth by helping those in need and inspiring others to kindness.

Black Ribbon Day

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National Cuban Sandwich Day

On August 23rd, commemorate a sandwich that originated in Cuba but grew up in Florida. National Cuban Sandwich Day is a celebration of the flavor found in a toasted pressed sandwich.

International Strange Music Day

On August 24th, International Strange Music Day encourages people to listen to a genre of music they don't normally listen to. It's also a day to discover strange and bizarre forms of music.

National Banana Split Day

The sweet ice cream treat served with a banana, whipped cream, and a variety of toppings is recognized on National Banana Split Day. Get your tickets on August 25th!

National Kiss And Make Up Day

We should put an end to the quarries, arguments, and wars on National Kiss and Make up Day. On National Kiss and Make up Day, on August 25th, you will come to an understanding with anyone you've disagreed with on National Kiss and Make up Day.

National Cherry Popsicle Day

Popsicle enthusiasts around the country celebrate National Cherry Popsicle Day each summer on the 26th of August.

National Dog Day

NATIONAL DOG DAY is August 26th.

National Just Because Day

National Just Because Day, August 27th, gives you the opportunity to do stuff...just because. So feel free to celebrate this day in any way you like. Just because!

National Pots De Creme Day

A delectable custard dessert is on the menu on National Pots De Creme Day on August 27th. Collect your ramekins now because this day gives you yet another excuse to use them!

International Read Comics In Public Day

Every year, International Read Comics in Public Day, encourages the general public to read comic books for all to see. It's also a day to celebrate the various comic genres and styles.

National Bow Tie Day

On August 28th, National Bow Tie Day encourages everyone to wear this style of tie with panache! It's versatile, too. This tie lets you dress to your mood and atmosphere, whether you want to look dapper or comedic, this tie allows you to change your clothing to your mood and atmosphere.

According To Hoyle Day

Individuals are encouraged to follow the rules and regulations in particular situations, according to Hoyle Day on August 29. It's also a day to honor Edmond Hoyle, an Englishman who was supposed to be the first technical writer on card games.

National Chop Suey Day


International Whale Shark Day

On August 30th, the International Whale Shark Day aims to raise concerns about this magnificent sea-dwelling creature. The whale shark's decreasing numbers alert us of their need for protection and conservation. Marine biologists and aquatic enthusiasts alike are captivated by these gentle giants, who fascinate marine biologists and aquatic enthusiasts alike.

National Beach Day

On August 30th, the sandy beaches around the country will celebrate all the sandy beaches. It also helps keep those securing areas clean, so we can continue to enjoy them long into the future.

International Overdose Awareness Day

On August 31st, International Overdose Awareness Day focuses on reducing the number of deaths caused by overdose and ending the stigma associated with it.

National Diatomaceous Earth Day

National Diatomaceous Earth Day, August 31st, honors the diatom and the rare mineral it produces.