May is Global Love, International Workers', Law, May, National Chocolate Parfait and more!
Sun May 1st
Love, they say, is the universal power that binds us all. With such a positive result, it's only right to dedicate an entire day to all the love brings. Global Love Day is just that time.
International Workers' Day, which takes place every year in many countries around the world, aims to honor laborers and the working classes. This day is also known as Labour Day or May Day in the United States.
Mon May 2nd
National Life Insurance Day, the first day that life insurance became available in the United States, takes place each year on May 2nd. The observance also raises concerns about the benefits of life insurance.
Tue May 3rd
Each year, National Chocolate Custard Day, on May 3rd, is celebrated as a delectable pudding-like dessert enjoyed by many.
Wed May 4th
In the United States, we celebrate our feathered friends on several holidays, including Bird Day. Birds of all sorts are found throughout North America. The day honors birds of all sorts.
Thu May 5th
Every year on May 5th, African World Heritage Day gives people around the world the opportunity to celebrate Africa.
Each year, Astronauts are recognized as true heroes on May 5th. The day's aim is to inspire ALL to reach for the stars by sharing out of this world Astronaut stories and experiences.
Fri May 6th
Sat May 7th
On National Barrier Awareness Day, we are charged with destroying obstacles on National Barrier Awareness Day on May 7th each year. We are responsible for breaking stigmas that discourage people with disabilities from enrolling in education. It's a great opportunity to tear down walls and build ramps that allow access. See the promise of the introduction of new technologies to close the void if we have misunderstandings. Many people with disabilities are unable to participate fully in society, according to Eliminate antiquated laws that have barred those with disabilities from fully participating. National Barrier Awareness Day encourages us to speak out about the unethical treatment of a human being if ever.
Each year, National Packaging Design Day honors both packaging art and design professionals as well as design professionals. The global design community and those who appreciate beautiful, well-crafted packaging commemorate the day by releasing inspiring designs and exchanging ideas. The day also raises an awareness of the packaging's craftsmanship.
Sun May 8th
International Thalassaemia Day, May 8th, honors thalassaemia patients who are no longer with us every year. It's also a day to honor the patients who are alive and striving for a better quality of life.
On May 8th, the National Coconut Cream Pie Day celebrates its own slice of delectableness. This delectable pie is made with a sweet coconut cream filling. This pie is irresistible thanks to a thick layer of real whipped cream topped with toasted coconut.
Mon May 9th
Every year on May 9th, Europe Day highlights the richness of the world's second smallest continent. It's also a day that the European Union (EU) celebrates peace and unity in Europe.
On May 9th, beautiful letters and sophisticated words came together in a single celebration. National Alphabet Magnet Day honors the ingenuity and creativity of creating words from magnetic letters.
Tue May 10th
When National Clean Up Your Room Day arrives on May 10th, Spring cleaners get their wish granted each year. Children often dread this parent-appreciated holiday. However, Mother's Day occurs on a perfect time for Mother's Day for several years.
Wed May 11th
On May 11th, National Eat What You Want Day, which is annually observed, puts diets aside for a day of indulgence. It's about one day a year of eating with no regrets. Today is the day to gratify without feeling guilty whether you like donuts or fast food.
Thu May 12th
International ME/CFS Awareness Day, which takes place every year, raises the alarm of a condition called myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. It's also a day to highlight other chronic immunological and neurological disorders (CIND).
Fri May 13th
Every year on May 13th, hummus lovers gather to celebrate International Hummus Day. The day also raised concerns for this delectable dish that has been described as a cross-cultural phenomenon.
Sat May 14th
Each year, in the United States, National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is commemorated on May 14. The biscuit is the product of a food holiday today.
On May 14th, National Dance Like a Chicken Day encourages everyone to dance like a chicken. People are flapping their arms and strutting chicken-like from start to finish this day. Everyone has probably danced the Chicken Dance at least once in their lifetime. This silly fun song is also popular at wedding dances, Oktoberfest, and other celebrations. The song gets people of all ages up and dancing on the dance floor.
Sun May 15th
On International Kangaroo Care Awareness Day, every year on May 15, promotes and raises funds for skin-to-skin contact. Everyone should embrace this vital activity between newborns and mothers right after birth, especially those in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Mon May 16th
In the United States, we celebrate National Barbecue Day on May 16 each year on May 16. If you grill at home or buy takeout, you will find Americans around the country enjoying a variety of delectable barbeque (BBQ) flavors and sauces.
Each 16th of May National Biographer's Day commemorates Samuel Johnson's first meeting with his biographer James Boswell in London, England, on May 16, 1763. Dr. Johnson, a well-known playwright, poet, moralist, essayist, literary critic, editor, and lexicographer.
Tue May 17th
On May 16, the thousands of people in the LGBT community who have paved the way for equality and social recognition are commemorated on Honor Our LGBT Elders Day. Today, take the opportunity to investigate, learn, and promote equality for all LGBT people.
Each year, National Cherry Cobbler Day is dedicated to the delectable tart dessert that many people enjoy with ice cream. Many believe the early American Colonies are where this dish originated from a lack of good cooking utensils.
Wed May 18th
Every year on May 18th, museum professionals have the opportunity to inform the general public about the importance of museums and the challenges they face.
Thu May 19th
Chocolate cake enthusiasts around the world and around the world are enjoying the taste and richness of National Devil's Food Cake Day on May 19th.
Fri May 20th
Each year, International Red Sneakers Day celebrates a growing movement with a goal to save the lives of those with food allergies while still revealing the life and memory of a boy who adored red sneakers.
Sat May 21st
National American Red Cross Founder's Day, May 21st, marks the American Red Cross's centennial. Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross in 1881 and became the first president of the group in 1881. She was the head of the group for the next twenty-three years.
Sun May 22nd
On May 22, The International Being You Day invites you to celebrate being you. You will discover what it means to truly be you during this day, beyond the social norms and the desire for perfection. It's your day to discover the beauty of you and your unique abilities. The invitation also gives the opportunity to honor everyone's differences.
National Buy a Musical Instrument Day is held each year on May 22nd. Playing music is all about having fun today. If you are a guitarist, it may be time for a new one. Perhaps you'll learn to play a second or third one. This celebration may be the spark you need if you've never played an instrument before.
Mon May 23rd
National Lucky Penny Day hopes you'll have good fortune all day long on May 23rd. Does it matter which way you find your money on? Heads or tails, does it matter which way you choose?
On National Taffy Day, a delectable confection on National Taffy Day is commemorated. Taffy candy has been made and sold for many years, and has become a popular souvenir of many vacationers.
Tue May 24th
Aviation Maintenance Technician Day, May 24th, honors the men and women who have served behind the scenes in creating and maintaining aviation.
Wed May 25th
Get your geek on! On May 25, let your geek flags fly! All things geeky are commemorated on Geek Pride Day. It is for those people who like sci-fi, fantasy, board games, computer games, comic books, cosplay, anime, steampunk, and zombies, among other things.
International Plastic Free Day is a call to action that draws attention to the plastic we use every day. On May 25th, pledge to using no single-use plastic for a day (including bottles, take-out food containers, utensils, bags, and wrappers).
Thu May 26th
On National Blueberry Cheesecake Day, two of the calendar's favorite foods come together on May 26th. In this pages of delectable celebration, we've sprinkled blueberries and cheesecakes throughout these pages. They unite in perfect, delectable harmony one day a year.
Fri May 27th
On May 27th, we could be in a tumultuous situation as we commemorate National Cellophane Tape Day. Can you imagine where we would be without this device? Wrapping presents would be marginally more difficult without it.
Sat May 28th
It could be National Beef Burger Day if you hear a sizzle and your mouth starts to water, it could be National Beef Burger Day! There's no better time to enjoy a juicy beef burger on May 28th and all summer long. The day is all about getting the grilling season and recognizing America's most popular grilling protein, beef.
National Brisket Day is held every year on May 28th, one of the nine prime cuts of beef. Brisket comes from the breast or lower chest of beef or veal, and when prepared properly, it delivers both flavor and tenderness.
Sun May 29th
National 529 Day is May 29th – reminding families and friends that it has never been simpler to plan for a child's future. You can help prepare a child for whatever path they choose by contributing to a 529 savings plan. On the federal level, earnings grow tax-free, and in most states, if savings are withheld to pay for qualified tuition and other expenses, most states will go into debt.
National Coq Au Vin Day is celebrated each year on May 29th, a popular French dish. Coq au vin is a French braise of chicken, cooked with wine, lardons (salt pork), mushrooms, and garlic.
Mon May 30th
Every year on May 30th, Loomis Day honors the man who received the patent for wireless telegraphy in 1872. Mahlon Loomis, a dentist from Washington, D.C., was granted a US patent number 129,971 titled An Advance in Telegraphing on wireless telegraphy in July of 1872, beating Guglielmo Marconi's United Kingdom patent by nearly 25 years.
On May 30th, Unleash your imagination for National Creativity Day! If you're an artist, writer, filmmaker, blogger, photographer, graphic designer, or one of the 100 other creative individuals, the world is going to honor you and your creative pursuit. And you absolutely deserve it!
Tue May 31st
ATTENDANT DAY IS ATTENDANT DAY FOR THE INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT ATTENDANT.