June 4th is the 155th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the U.S. Congress approves the 19th Amendment which guarantees suffrage to women and the first Pulitzer Prizes are awarded to Laura E. Richards, Maude H. Elliott, and Florence Hall. Famous birthdays include Angelina Jolie, Vince Camuto, and T.J. Miller. Today is National Cheese Day, and National Hug Your Cat Day.
We have 14 holidays listed for June 4.
National Hug Your Cat Day
Scoop your regal cat right off the ground and snuggle the heck out of it!
Audacity To Hope Day
It’s our hope for a brighter future that keeps us going. Today we celebrate our indomitable spirit.
International Corgi Day
The corgi is a dog breed with short legs, a long body, and a huge heart.
National Black Bear Day
We've got all the information you need about America's black bear right here.
National Old Maids Day
Honor the undying spirit of the women who broke away from social pressures and societal norms.
National Prairie Day
National Prairie Day promotes the appreciation and conservation of America's native prairies.
National SAFE Day
Protect our little loved ones by raising awareness about firearm safety and storage.
Shavuot—or the Feast of Weeks—is a Jewish holiday, with an agricultural and biblical significance.