September 5 is the 248th day of the Gregorian calendar. On this day, the U.S.'s first Labor Day parade was held in NYC, Muhammad Ali won the gold medal in the light heavyweight boxing competition at the Rome Olympics, and NASA launched the Voyager 1. Famous birthdays include Freddie Mercury, Michael keaton, and Jesse James. September 5 also marks International Day of Charity, National Cheese Pizza Day, and Telephone Tuesday.
We have 16 holidays listed for September 5.
International Day of Charity
Simple acts of charity can alleviate the worst effects of humanitarian crises.
National Cheese Pizza Day
Hold the toppings and savor a classic slice of ooey, gooey cheese pizza!
Let's encourage people to wear mouthguards to reduce the risk of broken teeth and jaws!
National Be Late for Something Day
Tardiness is the new black: take the time to waste a moment!
National Cellulite Day
Let’s explore the history and significance of cellulite, and embrace our unique bodies!
National Child Protection Week
Join us in this annual nationwide campaign to keep children safe and secure.
National Shrink Day
Today is your chance to acknowledge and share your appreciation for these indispensable professionals.
Saint Teresa Canonisation Day in Albania
Let us pray and seek blessings from Mother Teresa this Saint Teresa Canonization Day.
West Indian Day Parade
West Indian culture is colorful and multifaceted. But what do we mean by "West Indian?"
Rose McGowan’s Birthday
Besides being an actress, McGowan is an L.G.B.T.Q. and women's rights activist.
Claudette Colvin’s Birthday
This brave civil rights activist will always be remembered and revered by history.
Bob Newhart’s Birthday
Join us as we celebrate this legendary television comedian, personality, producer, and actor.