1 Canada Day
4th is Independence Day (4th of July)
11 World Population Day
14 Bastille Day (France)
16 Nat'l. Ice Cream Day
18 Nelson Mandela Day
19 National Hot Dog Day
23 Parents' Day
24 National Tequila Day
25 St James TG
28 World Hepatitis Day
29 National Lasagna Day
30 Day Against Trafficking in Persons
30 Int'l. Friendship Day
30 Nat'l. Cheesecake Day
Independence Day Facts & Quotes
In July 1776, there were approximately 2.5 million people living in the new nation.
The first public reading of the Declaration of Independence didn't occur until July 8, 1776.
It was sent to the printers on July 4th.
The original Declaration of Independence can be viewed by visiting the National Archives, Washington D.C.
The original copy is severely faded and sits under special glass in the Rotunda for the Chambers of Freedom.
The Statue of Liberty is a great symbol of American Freedom. It was given to the US by France in 1886.
It was delivered in 214 crates and assembled on what is known as Liberty Island, in New York Harbor.
Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, to assure the survival and success of liberty. - John F. Kennedy
June 8: World Oceans Day
Trinity Sunday 11
Flag Day 14
Corpus Christi 15
Father's Day 18
Summer Solstice 21
Lailatul Qadr 22
Ramadan (end) 24
St John the Baptist 24
Eid al Fitr 25
St Peters 29
National Safety Month
MonthLGBT Pride Month
Great Outdoors Month
AppreciationNational Ocean Month
National Homeownership Month
National Caribbean-American Heritage
Alexandrite, Pearl, & Moonstone
Fruit & Veggies: for the Month of June
June Flower Rose
Jun Astrological Sign Gemini (till 20th) & Cancer (21st→)
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