We have 21 holidays listed for September 7.
September 7 is the 250th day of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, Pope Alexander III was chosen, the first Miss America Pageant was held, and Egypt held its first-ever multi-party presidential election. Famous birthdays include Eazy-E, Evan Rachel Wood, and Buddy Holly. September 7 also marks National 401(k) Day, and National Beer Lover's Day.
Fluidra International Pool Pro Day
Let's celebrate the excellent work of pool professionals on Fluidra International Pool Pro Day!
Google Commemoration Day
Get your keypads and keyboards at the ready, it’s time to celebrate Google Commemoration Day.
Indigenous Literacy Day
Settle in for some much-needed unlearning today as we observe Indigenous Literacy Day.
International Day of Clean Air
An estimated seven million people worldwide die from diseases related to unclean air each year.
International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies
Take action today to reduce air pollution and bring about a fundamental change in our world.
National Acorn Squash Day
Just as sweet as it is healthy, this celebration will keep your taste buds wanting more.
National Feel the Love Day
National Feel the Love Day is a celebration of everyone and everything that brings us joy.
National First Day of Peel Season
This is the perfect time of the year to give your skin some extra T.L.C.
National Grateful Patient Day
An amazing healthcare worker matches perfectly with a grateful patient. Be one today!
National Neither Snow Nor Rain Day
Through sunshine and hail, our postal service workers are here to stay.
National New Hampshire Day
National New Hampshire Day is a celebration of the state’s beautiful culture, landscapes, and history.
National Salami Day
Meat lovers gather around, as we dig into the delicious celebration of this world-renowned sausage!
National Tatiana Day
Get prepared, Tatianas, as we commemorate your unique name on National Tatiana Day.
Explore the power of real superhumans in this world — people who overcome challenges!
Texas Energy Savings Day
The majority of Texans are overpaying for their electricity, and with so many complicated plans and bills, many Texans don't even realize it.
World Duchenne Awareness Day
The first step to progress is awareness — join us as we dive in to learn more.