June is National Go Barefoot, National Hazelnut Cake, National Heimlich Maneuver, National Nail Polish, National Pen Pal and more!

National Go Barefoot Day

On June 1st, you will have the opportunity to kick off your shoes and run barefoot through the cool grass on National Go Barefoot Day. More importantly, it is a day to help a charity that helps millions of underprivileged children around the world get shoes.

National Hazelnut Cake Day

If you're participating in National Hazelnut Cake Day, spend some time in the kitchen baking up a delectable hazelnut cake.

National Bubba Day

Every year, we honor those we affectionately refer to as Bubba in our lives. The name may have arisen from the way young children learn to shorten the word brother.

National Leave The Office Early Day

Everyone is sure to enjoy marking National Leave the Office Early Day on their calendar. Observed each year on June 2nd (unless June 2nd falls on a weekend, at which time it will be acknowledged on the nearest working day) is an incentive to many who regularly work more than 40 hours per week.

Chimborazo Day

Every year on June 3rd, Chimborazo Day honors the world's highest point. It's also a day to lace up the hiking boots and hit the nearest trail.

National Chocolate Macaroon Day

Each year, National Chocolate Macaroon Day is celebrated as a delectable treat. On May 31st, we celebrated National Macaroon Day for the last month. Now we add a little chocolate to the mix, sweetening the dish.

National Cheese Day

Moooove over whiners! National Cheese Day is June 4th in the United States. An encyclopedia of cheese would cover the alphabet and broaden your vocabulary. It will unquestionably have more varieties of cheese than those that are found at the local grocer, as well as other varieties of cheese.

National Clean Beauty Day

This observation has prompted brands to produce clean and sustainable beauty products from the start of their life cycle to the end. Consumers are educating consumers about the best product choices at the same time. For a more sustainable world, the movement is calling for a change in our clean beauty practices.

National Gingerbread Day

It's the season to celebrate National Gingerbread Day.' Although this may seem strange, gingerbread enthusiasts around the country celebrate on June 5th each year by sampling their favorite recipes and gingerbread treats. They're delectable any time of year, whether in the form of bread, cakes, bars, biscuits, or cookies.

National Moonshine Day

Every June 5th National Moonshine Day honors a beverage with a long history and the law, turning ordinary men (and women) into criminals and common criminals into stars.


The landing of Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, France, is best described by the term D-Day most commonly. During World War II, Troops mounted one of the most pivotal attacks against Germany during World War II.

National Applesauce Cake Day

National Applesauce Cake Day is a celebration that takes place each year on June 6th. This delectable applesauce cake gives the opportunity to share a slice (or two) of a cake that comes in a variety of recipes.

National Boone Day

Daniel Boone (November 2, 1734 – September 26, 1820), the day frontiersman of Kentucky's present-day Bluegrass State of Kentucky, began exploring the valleys and forests of the present-day Bluegrass State of Kentucky on June 7, 1769. Boone established Boonesborough, Kentucky, one of the first American settlements west of the Appalachians, according to Boone.

National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

All you need is chocolate ice cream to celebrate National Chocolate Ice Cream Day on June 7th. Well, who says you have to stop there? You can have it in a cone or make it from scratch. Add sprinkles or syrup or whipped cream to your dish.

National Best Friends Day

On Best Friends Day, honor your nearest and dearest friend on June 8th. The friendship between best friends is often close, and it can withstand distance, storms, and silence. If we've been around our lives or they're new, best friends make difficult times bearable, fun times memorable, and memorable times priceless.

National Name Your Poison Day

On June 8th, there are a few options available before you and asks you to choose. In this case, the idiom can be a cautionary tale or it could be your bartender's way of asking you what you want to drink.

Coral Triangle Day

Every year on June 9th, Coral Triangle Day celebrates the rich resources of this epicenter of marine biodiversity. The day also encourages us to learn more about the Coral Triangle.

National Donald Duck Day

Each year, National Donald Duck Day on June 9th honors a comedic animated cartoon character's birthday. In The Wise Little Hen, Donald Duck made his first screen appearance on June 9, 1934.

National Ballpoint Pen Day

Grab your ballpoint pen and write this on your calendar. National Ballpoint Pen Day, the tensil's use, is celebrated on June 10th of each year, and commemorates the patent's filing date on June 10, 1943.

National Black Cow Day

On June 10th, each year, the National Black Cow Day float beverage is also known as a Root Beer Float. That's right, the root beer and vanilla ice cream drink was also known as a Black Cow. It was originally made with vanilla ice cream, but now it's also available with chocolate ice cream or even plain cola flavor.

National Corn On The Cob Day

On the first day of summer, June 11th marks the calendar to celebrate National Corn on the Cob Day each year. Fresh corn on the cob is a summertime treat for people from all around the country as we begin the picnic season.

National German Chocolate Cake Day

National German Chocolate Cake Day, June 11th, honors a cake with American roots. It also happens to be one of America's top ten favorite cakes.

International Cachaca Day

Every year, International Cachaca Day, on June 12th, honors the Brazilian-made drink cachaça. It's also a day to learn more about this distilled spirit made exclusively in Brazil.

International Falafel Day

Falafel Day is held every year on June 12th. Falafel enthusiasts gather together to celebrate International Falafel Day. It's also a day to encourage people who have never tried falafel to try it.

International Albinism Awareness Day

Every year, International Albinism Awareness Day commemorates the rights of human beings born with albinism and seeks to raise awareness and knowledge of this genetic disorder.

International Axe Throwing Day

Sharpen your blades! On June 13th, the International Axe Throwing Day encourages competitive and amateur ax throwers to pick up a handle and toss a few.

International Bath Day

On June 14th, we celebrate International Bath Day by filling up a lovely bath for your children. Bath time is a great time to explore and learn. They will immediately begin to test the waves of their water lab with just a few bath toys or simple plastic cups. With recent bath time discoveries, watch and see how every child becomes a little scientist.

National Bourbon Day

The Official Spirit of America is celebrated on National Bourbon Day on June 14th.

Global Wind Day

Every year on June 15th, Global Wind Day celebrates the strength and possibilities that wind energy provides each year. It's also a day for people to learn more about wind and this essential form of energy.

National Fudge Day

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World Sea Turtle Day

Every year on June 16th, World Sea Turtle Day highlights the importance of sea turtles. The day also encourages international journalists to investigate the dangers that sea turtles face.

Global Garbage Man Day

Global Garbage Man Day, on June 17th, takes time to honor the men and women who keep our communities clean.

National Apple Strudel Day

Get whirled up in pastry dough, apples, and spices on June 17th, the National Apple Strudel Day is approaching. The word strudel in German means whirlpool or eddy. In its German language, this delectable dessert is simply described as the sweet mixture of fruit, sugar, spices, and thin dough layers that are mixed together and baked. The result is a bubbling, flaky treat.

Autistic Pride Day

On June 18th, Autistic Pride Day raises awareness and celebrates people with autism's similarity and uniqueness. The most notable feature of Autistic Pride Day is that it is governed by people with autism who are demonstrating their ability to advocate for themselves.

International Picnic Day


National Freebsd Day

On June 19th, the launch date of an exciting technology that many of us use every day is commemorated.

National Garfield The Cat Day

Garfield, the fictional cartoon character, is celebrated each year on June 19th, National Garfield. Jim Davis created the comic strip Garfield and the title's protagonist, a tabby cat by the same name. The observance of Garfield and the entertainment he brings us is a mark of honor.

International Nystagmus Awareness Day

Among other issues, the International Nystagmus Awareness Day on June 20th draws attention to a condition that can cause severe vision problems. Education is on the rise. The day aims to bring education, knowledge, and opportunities for education to the forefront.

International Surfing Day


Go Skateboarding Day

On June 21st each year for Go Skateboarding Day, inspired skaters carve a spot on their calendar.

International Yoga Day

Every year on June 21st, the International Day of Yoga raises concerns about the benefits of this mind and body workout. It's also a day to encourage people around the world to practice Yoga.

National Chocolate Eclair Day

On June 22nd annually, the National Chocolate Eclair Day honors a delectable cream-filled pastry coated in smooth chocolate.

National Hvac Tech Day

With the days heating up, June 22nd is a perfect day for National HVAC Tech Day.

International Widows' Day

Every year on June 23rd, International Widows' Day gives special attention to the worldwide situation of widows of all ages and nations.

International Women In Engineering Day

International Women in Engineering Day, which takes place each year on June 23rd, highlights a career that keeps on expanding. Engineers are employed in a variety of industries, and engineering is a branch of engineering.

International Fairy Day


National Pralines Day

National Pralines Day honors a confection made from nuts (whether in whole pieces or ground) and sugar syrup on June 24th. Pralines may also refer to any chocolate cookie that contains the ground powder of nuts.

Global Beatles Day

Yes, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. On June 25, someone will want to take your hand and ask you to please, please be honest because they love you. The Beatles' album and their shake-up of the music industry are commemorated on Global Beatles Day or GBD.

National Catfish Day

JUNE 25 is the national CATFISH DAY in the United States.

National Barcode Day

A clerk at a Marsh supermarket in Troy, Ohio, scanned a 10-pack of Wrigley's Juicy Fruit gum, ensuring more than 40 years of efficiency and accuracy that began on June 26, 1974, when a clerk scanned a 10-pack of Wrigley's Juicy Fruit gum at a Marsh supermarket in Troy, OH. The barcode system developed by George Lauer, an IBM engineer, began to change the world on that day.

National Beautician’s Day

National Beautician's Day is June 26th for the sheer love of all things hair, style, and wisdom. These men and women, also known as stylists and cosmetologists, make us look our best every day.

Micro, Small And Medium Enterprises Day

Every year, Micro-, Small, Medium, and Medium-Sized Enterprises Day raises the bar for the significant part that different sized enterprises play in achieving the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

National Hiv Testing Day

National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) is celebrated on June 27th of each year, encouraging people of all ages to Take the Test, Take Control.

International Body Piercing Day


International Caps Lock Day


National Almond Buttercrunch Day

On June 29th, National Almond Buttercrunch Day is celebrated annually. Toffee coated in chocolate and buttercrunch are mixed together to make buttercrunch. It has a crunchy texture and a caramel flavor. The dish's toasted almond sprinkles are among the variations on the dish.

National Camera Day

Every year, when we celebrate National Camera Day, we bring everything into focus on June 29th. Photographs, the camera, and their invention are among the day's commemorated photographs. A camera is an irreplaceable device used to capture and replicate memories, events, and people/places. A painting was the only way to record a vision before the camera was invented. Capturing an image of a person or place in a drawing took time and patience. Very few people can accurately portray someone's likeness, let alone capture the essence of an event.

International Asteroid Day

Every year on June 30th, International Asteroid Day raises public concern about the dangers of an asteroid strike. In the case of a credible near-Earth object occurrence, it's also a day to alert the public that crisis communication steps are still needed.

National Meteor Watch Day