National Preparedness Month – National Preparedness Month is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.
Sewing Month – National Sewing Month is the recognition of a creative form of self-expression that we celebrate in September, but enjoy all year.
Baby Safety Month – Founded by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) in 1983, Baby Safety Month (BSM) occurs every September and offers a great chance for parents and retailers to brush up on baby-proof safety standards and tips.
Classical Music Month – During the month of September we celebrate the many talented composers, conductors, and musicians who bring classical music to our ears.
Skyscraper Day – On September 3, National Skyscraper Day is our golden opportunity to appreciate these architectural marvels and feats of engineering.
World Beard Day – World Beard Day is celebrated annually on the first Saturday in September and on an international level with people from every nation and continent gathering together with their beards.
National Read A Book Day – National Read a Book Day on September 6 calls all book lovers to indulge in their favorite hobby, guilt-free.
Teddy Bear Day – Teddy Bear Day is celebrated on September 9 annually, a day set aside for everyone to bring out all their teddy bears to thank them for their companionship.
National Grandparents Day – On the first Sunday after Labor Day we celebrate National Grandparents Day.
Make Your Bed Day – Treat your bed with the respect it deserves on September 11, National Make Your Bed Day.
Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day – September 13 is the day that encourages children and adolescents to cook for or with their parents or guardians.
National Fortune Cookie Day – Twice the fun! Discover what is in store for your future on National Fortune Cookie Day, celebrated on July 20 and on September 13.
Online Education Day – National Online Learning Day on September 15 celebrates the huge array of learning resources that are available to students online.
Collecting Rocks Day – Collect Rocks Day is on September 16 and the perfect time to learn more about rocks and minerals.
Wife Appreciation Day – National Wife Appreciation Day, celebrated on the third Sunday of September .
Dear Diary Day – Dear Diary Day is held on September 22 each year and it is aimed at celebrating the way diaries help us get our thoughts out and document our lives.
Elephant Appreciation Day – Whether you’re a lifelong elephant lover or not, take time on September 22 to learn about these amazing pachyderms.
Ghost Hunting Day – The last Saturday of September is an annual international investigation of the paranormal.
National Daughter Day – National Daughters Day on September 25 is a day to celebrate and cherish our daughters who bring so much love and into our lives.
One-Hit Wonder Day – National One-Hit Wonder Day on September 25 was declared by music journalist Steve Rosen in 1990, to remember artists who had their five minutes of fame once upon a time.
Pancake Day – September 26 was first referred to as Lumberjack Day in 2005, but its creators changed the name to National Pancake Day to honor eating pancakes.
Women’s Health and Fitness Day – National Women’s Health and Fitness Day is celebrated every year on the last Wednesday of September.