Important Dates: September 2018

Days

2nd Fathers Day (Australia)

3rd Labor Day (USA)

3rd Labour Day (Canada)

6th-9th Heritage Open Days Link

8th International Literacy Day Link

9th National Dementia Carers Day Link

10th World Suicide Prevention Day Link

11th Patriot Day Link

13th Roald Dahl Day Link

13th-16th Heritage Open Days Link

14th National Teaching Assistants Day Link

14th-17th Great British Beach Clean Link

15th Agatha Christie Birthday Celebration Link

15th World Lymphoma Day  Link

15th Clean up the World Day Link

16th National Step Family Day (USA) Link

17th Australian Citizenship Day Link

17th US Constitution Day Link

19th International Talk Like a Pirate Day Link

21st International Day of Peace Link

21st  Jeans for Genes Day Link

22nd Eczema Information Day Link

22nd World Carfree Day Link

25th International Ataxia Awareness Day Link

26th European Day of Languages  Link

26th World School Milk Day Link

27th World Maritime Day  Link

28th World Rabies Day Link

28th World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Link

29th World Heart Day Link

 

Weeks

1st-16th Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight Link

2nd-8th Migraine Awareness Week Link

3rd-7th Zero Waste Week Link

10th-16th Know Your Numbers Week Link

16th-22nd European Mobility Week Link

22nd-7th Oct British Food Fortnight Link

 

Months

Blood Cancer Awareness Month Link

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Link

Oddfellows Friendship Month Link

Organic September Link

World Alzheimers Month Link

23rd – 23rd Oct Seed Gathering Season Link

 

September Religious Days   

3rd Krishna Janmashtami (Hindu)

8th Birthday of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Christian)

10th-11th Rosh Hashanah (Jewish)

12th New Year – Hijra (Islam)

13th Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu)

14th The Elevation of the Life Giving Cross (Christian)

14th Paryushana Parva (Jain)

19th Yom Kippur (Jewish)

21st Ashura (Islam)

22nd Autumn Equinox

24th-31st Sukkot (Jewish)

27th Meskal (Ethiopian Christian)

29th St Michael and All Angels (Christian)

 

September National Days

1st Uzbekistan: National Day
2nd Libya: National Day
2nd Vietnam: Proclamation of Independence
3rd Qatar: National Day
3rd San Marino: National Foundation Day
6th Swaziland: National Day
7th Brazil: Independence Day
8th Andorra: National Day
8th The Independence Day, Republic of Macedonia
9th North Korea: National Day (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea)
9th Tajikistan: National Day
15th Costa Rica: Independence Day
15th El Salvador: Independence Day
15th Guatemala: Independence Day
15th Honduras: Independence Day
15th Nicaragua: Independence Day
16th Mexico: Proclamation Day
16th Papua New Guinea: Independence Day
18th Chile: National Anniversary
19th St Kitts Nevis: Independence Day
21st Armenia: National Day
21st Belize: National Day
21st Malta: Independence Day
22nd Mali: Independence Day
23rd Saudi Arabia: National Day
24th Guinea Bissau: National Day
30th Botswana: National Day

 

September This Day in History

­­1st Germany invades Poland (1939)

1st Britain’s first supermarket opens at Earl’s Court in London (1951)

2nd Great Fire of London begins in Pudding Lane (1666)

2nd The first elections are held in the Irish Free State following independence from Britain (1923)

3rd Great Britain, France, New Zealand, and Australia declare war on Germany (1939)

3rd The US spacecraft Viking II lands on (1976)

3rd British speed enthusiast Malcolm Campbell sets new world land speed record 301.13mph  (1935)

3rd Britain signs Treaty of Paris, which officially ends the American War of Independence (1783)

3rd Richard the Lionheart is crowned King of England at Westminster (1189)

4th US swimmer Mark Spitz becomes first man to win 7 gold medals at the same Olympic Games (1972)

4th US inventor George Eastman patents rolls of film for hand-held cameras (1886)

5th ITV begins broadcasting in colour (1969)

6th Start of a 17 day war between India and Pakistan when Indian troops invade West Pakistan (1965)

6th Ferdinand Magellan completes first circumnavigation of the world (1522)

7th Bishop Desmond Tutu becomes first black head of South Africa’s Anglicans (1986)

7th Grace Darling rescues crew of a shipwreck off the Northumberland coast (1838)

8th First broadcast of ‘Star Trek’ (1966)

8th First official Football League matches in England  (1888)

9th Chairman Mao Zedong dies at the age of 83 (1976)

10th New Zealand is granted Dominion status (1907)

11th Two hijacked planes crash into the twin towers of the World Trade Center (2001)

11th Scottish hero William Wallace defeats the English at Stirling Bridge (1297)

12th Concorde lands at Heathrow Airport in London for the first time (1970)

12th Los Angeles Police Department appoints the world’s first police woman, Alice Stebbin Wells (1910)

12th English explorer Henry Hudson sails his ship ‘Half Moon’ into New York harbour (1609)

13th The first criminal conviction using fingerprint evidence – Old Bailey Central Criminal Court (1902)

13th The world’s first baseball club founded in New York (1845)

14th The first successful test flight of a helicopter (1939)

15th Battle of Britain (1940)

15th In England, the opening of the Liverpool to Manchester railway line – and the first railway fatality. As MP William Huskisson steps from a train to shake hands with the Duke of Wellington he’s run over and killed (1830)

16th The Episcopal Church in the US approves the ordination of women to the priesthood (1976)

16th The 101 Pilgrim Fathers set sail for America from Plymouth, England in their ship’ The Mayflower’(1620)

17th Prince Harry born (1984)

18th France abolishes execution by guillotine  (1981)

19th New Zealand becomes the first country to give women the vote (1893)

20th The first RSPCA animal clinic opens in Liverpool (1917)

21st Malta gains its independence (1964)

21st France abolishes the monarchy and declares itself to be a Republic (1792)

22nd Shipyard workers in Poland, led by Lech Walesa, form a new independent labour union (1980)

22nd Sir Robert Walpole becomes the first prime minister to live in 10 Downing Street in London (1735)

23rd German Astronomer Johann Galle discovers another planet  Neptune (1846)

24th The prophet Muhammad escapes death by completing his flight, to Medina from Mecca  (622)

26th Francis Drake becomes first British navigator to sail the earth (1580)

27th The world’s first public passenger rail service begins – between Stockton and Darlington in the north of England (1825)

28th Elizabeth Garrett Anderson becomes Britain’s first woman doctor (1865)

29th Foundation of the first professionally organised police service in Britain (1829)

 

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