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Daily Holidays of 2016
Daily, Weekly*, Monthly* Holidays & Celebrations
(We have made every effort to assure that the dates below are correct)

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Week of September 05 - September 11, 2016
Mon, 05th Sep: Be Late for Something Day
Labor Day (US)
Birthday - Jesse James (outlaw)
Birthday - Dweezil Zappa (musician)
Labor Day (Canada)
Tue, 06th Sep: Another Look Unlimited Day
Play Days (09/06-09/10)
Unification Day (Bulgaria)
Defense of Pakistan Day (Pakistan)
Independence Day (Swaziland)
Wed, 07th Sep: Grandma Moses Day
Neither Rain Nor Snow Day
Anniversary - Google Founding
Birthday - Buddy Holly (musician)
Independence Day (Brazil)
Thu, 08th Sep: Nixon Pardon Day
Pediatric Hematology / Oncology Nurses Day
UN International Literacy Day
Anniversary - Star Trek TV Premiere
Independence Day (Macedonia)
Fri, 09th Sep: Wonderful Weirdos Day
Admission Day (California)
Birthday - Colonel Sanders (KFC)
Chrysanthemum Day (Japan)
Independence Day (Tajikistan)
Sat, 10th Sep: Swap Ideas Day
Birthday - Karl Lagerfeld (fashion designer)
Sun, 11th Sep: Anniversary - World Trade Center/Pentagon Attacks
911 Day
Libraries Remember
National Grandparent's Day
National Hug Your Hound Day
Patriot Day
Birthday - Harry Connick, Jr. (singer)
Birthday - O. Henry (author)
New Year's Day (Ethiopia)

Join us as we celebrate...

Fun Fact #1: "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You" was printed on the first Christmas card. Now with many corporations also sending out corporate holiday cards, you often also see the more generic "Happy Holidays" printed on the cover.

Fun Fact #2: Nearly 2 billion holiday cards are sent every year. Consumer Christmas cards and personalized corporate holiday cards make up the majority of cards mailed.

Did you know that every day is a holiday? Everyday. Somewhere. Someone is celebrating something! And now you can too! Visit our Daily Holidays on the Net website for more info...
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