We have 17 holidays listed for June 23.
June 23rd is the 174th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the World's oldest parliament, the Icelandic Parliament, is established, the first contraceptive pill is made available for purchase in the U.S., and the first extraterrestrial message is sent from Earth into space. Famous birthdays include, Zinedine Zidane, Anna Akhmatova, Randy Jackson, and Jesse White. Today is National Hydration Day.
National Porridge Day
Celebrate the origins and health benefits of this rich and delicious breakfast dish.
National Take Your Dog to Work Day
As you run out the door, don’t forget your briefcase and a doggie bag.
Estonia Victory Day
The beautiful country had to fight many wars before it became free and happy.
International Olympic Day
The most important thing in the Olympics is not winning, but taking part in it.
International Widows' Day
On this International Widows Day, let us commit to giving the support widows need.
Jura Independence Day
Buckle up! It’s time to learn about freedom and independence this Jura Independence Day!
National Day of Luxembourg
Let's get ready to celebrate the Grand Duke/Duchess of Luxembourg's official birthday!
National Detroit Style Pizza Day
Get ready, we’re going to the birthplace of the American automobile and Motown!
National Family Owned & Operated Businesses Day
Find out why family businesses are invaluable to the economy and often have a long history.
National Hydration Day
Proper hydration is vital to living a healthy life, but it’s often overlooked.
National Pecan Sandies Day
Cookies make everything infinitely better, so we guarantee pecan sandies will have you coming back for more.
Pink Flamingo Day
Find out why many homeowners love decorating their gardens with these quirky pink ornaments.
United Nations Public Service Day
Emphasize the public service contribution to the development process and recognize the work of public servants.
Women in Engineering Day
Today’s a great day to celebrate the women in STEM even more than we usually do.