We have 16 holidays listed for September 28.
September 28th is the 271st day of the Gregorian calendar. The Brazilian Parliament passed a law emancipating government-owned slaves and their children; Alexander Fleming first noticed a mold-killing bacteria as a precursor to penicillin. The Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami killed 2100 people. Famous birthdays include Confucius, Hillary Duff and Naomi Watts. Today is National Neighbor Day.
International Day for Universal Access to Information
Be ready to celebrate this day by accessing as much information as possible!
International Right To Know Day
It's important to know because knowledge is power. Today, we celebrate our right to that power.
National Chris Day
Chris is a name that’s strong and filled with meaning for followers of the Christian faith.
National North Carolina Day
Visit natural reserves like the Blue Ridge Mountains and cultural hotspots today.
National Self Awareness Day
National Self-Awareness Day is a holiday that teaches people in the U.S. about self-awareness.
Remember Me Thursday
Honor our stray, abandoned, and orphaned pets today, because their lives matter too.
St. Wenceslas Day — Statehood Day
Celebrated for the last two decades, this day honors the patron saint of the Czech Republic.