We have 18 holidays listed for June 6.
June 6th is the 157th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. On this day, The first slaves arrive in Louisiana, the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) is founded in London, and a near-Earth asteroid estimated at ten meters in diameter explodes over the Mediterranean Sea with an explosive force estimated to be slightly more powerful than the Nagasaki atomic bomb. Famous birthdays include Thomas Mann, Björn Borg, Paul Giamatti, and Steve Vai. Today is National Yo-Yo Day, Queensland Day, and Russian Language Day.
National Yo-Yo Day
It seems like yo-yos have been around forever and that's because they have; we're talking over 2,000 years!
Did you know the British could have named Queensland — "Cooksland" — after British explorer James Cook?
Russian Language Day
It’s time to take a quick trip to the Eastern Hemisphere, because it's Russian Language Day!
Caves and Karst Day
Dive deep into the fascinating world of caves and karst to discover its wonders and splendor.
National Applesauce Cake Day
National Applesauce Day is an opportunity to hone your culinary skills and treat your sweet tooth.
National Cynthia Day
Let us celebrate all the Cynthias and learn more about this beautiful name.
National Drive-In Movie Day
Today is the anniversary of the first-ever drive-in opening in the U.S.
National Gardening Exercise Day
Any gardener will tell you that squatting to pick weeds will get those quads burning.
National Higher Education Day
National Higher Education Day recognizes the importance of education in improving our lives.
Get informed about the rituals and traditions of this festival with our great information and tips.
Visually Impaired People Day
Visually Impaired People Day creates awareness about the needs of people with vision loss and impairment.
World Green Roof Day
Let’s celebrate the contribution that green roofs make to reducing global carbon emissions.