August 14th is National Creamsicle, National Navajo Code Talkers, National V-j, World Calligraphy, World Lizard and more!
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!
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.
On August 14th, the day in 1945 when news broke around the world that the Imperial Government of Japan would withdraw, ending a long-running world war. The date was August 15 in Europe due to the time zone, but the celebrations that followed were no less zealous.
Art meets handwriting on the second Wednesday of August. It's World Calligraphy Day, Nibs is here, it's World Calligraphy Day!