We have 22 holidays listed for September 1.
September 1 is the 244th day of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, St. Petersburg, Russia changed its name to Petrograd, Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea was first published, and the U.S.'s Air Force Space Command was formed. Famous birthdays include Zendaya, Chanel West Coast, and Gloria Estefan. September 1 also marks American Chess Day and College Colors Day.
American Chess Day
A game of strategy and skill, chess is played the world over by young and old.
Bring Your Manners To Work Day
Mind your Ps and Qs at the workplace this Bring Your Manners to Work Day.
Building and Code Staff Appreciation Day
We celebrate this day because building, securing, and zoning buildings is hard work.
Cherry Popover Day
Forget your worries and treat yourself to a scrumptious cherry popover on this holiday.
Ginger Cat Appreciation Day
See a ginger, pet a ginger! Let us celebrate our uniquely colored and affectionate feline companions.
National Acne Positivity Day
Come and fall in love with yourself this National Acne Positivity Day!
National Chianti Day
Explore the sweet possibilities that the Chianti wine brings to your tastebuds.
National Child Identity Theft Awareness Day
This National Child Identity Theft Awareness Day, learn about protecting your children in a digitized world.
National Lazy Mom’s Day
It’s your reminder to lend a hand and give your mom a much-deserved break.
National Little Black Dress Day
Learn more about what this day means and how you can participate.
National Monterey County Fair Day
Explore the land of fun and excitement — we offer the ultimate Monterey County Fair experience!
National No Rhyme Nor Reason Day
Put your thinking caps on and play around with words that don’t rhyme at all.
Slovakia Constitution Day
Slovakia Constitution Day is the perfect excuse to fill your belly with potato dumplings and beer.
Uzbekistan Independence Day
Get your passport ready for a trip through the pages of Uzbekistan's history.
Wattle Day was intended to promote and enhance patriotism in the then-new nation of Australia.