We have 28 holidays listed for May 6.
May 6th is the 126th day in the Gregorian calendar; it marks the anniversary of Louis XIV of France moving his court to the Palace of Versailles and the opening of the Eiffel Tower. Famous May 6th birthdays include Tom Bergeron, George Clooney, Martin Brodeur, and Gabourey Sidibe. May 6th also marks International No Diet Day, National Nurses Day, and National Tourist Appreciation Day.
Free Comic Book Day
Iconic publishers like DC Comics, and Marvel Comics join forces to make free comics available.
International No Diet Day
Put away your scales and form a new relationship with the person in the mirror today.
National Nurses Day
We celebrate Florence Nightingale and recognize the important role nurses play in our lives.
Childhood Stroke Awareness Day
Pediatric strokes are rare but they happen nonetheless. Learn more and take action now.
International Drone Day
On International Drone Day, learn about the evolution of drone use over time!
Joseph Brackett Day
Get ready for some amazing facts about Joseph Brackett and 'Simple Gifts.'
National Aidan Day
The Irish-derived name, Aidan, has gone through a journey around the world.
National Birth Mother’s Day
Even if Hallmark does not traditionally acknowledge this special group of women, we certainly do!
National Bombshells’ Day
National Bombshells’ Day was created to highlight the importance of spreading self-love and love among women.
National Crepe Suzette Day
Let’s learn about crepes Suzette, how they are made, and what makes them so special.
National Herb Day
Wondering how National Herb Day came into being? We are here to shed some light.
National Scrapbooking Day
Unleash your creative side and start scrapbooking with styles from minimalist to bold and bright.
National Start Seeing Monarchs Day
Get your binoculars ready and come see some monarch butterflies with us!
National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day
Get together on this day and take action to reduce the risks of wildfire.
Sauvignon Blanc Day
Get your wine glasses and bottles ready to make a toast as we celebrate this day!
World Ankylosing Spondylitis Day
More than three million people in the U.S. are living with Ankylosing Spondylitis.