Photo: Melissa Biggs, Templo Mayor
Mark your calendar! September 8 is International Literacy Day which we celebrate efforts of inspired digital literacy, particularly those that conserve Indigenous languages.
September 27 is World Tourism Day followed a day later.
First Monday in September is Labor Day in the USA and traditional end of summer holiday.
Fun days include September 19 International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Roll your Rs.
September is ‘Wiki Loves Monuments’ around the world
FYI – In 1887 Oregon became the first state of the United States to make Labor Day an official public holiday.
September 6 Indigenous Literacy Day (Australia)
September 7 International Day of the Manatee
September 7 Threatened Species Day (Australia)
Threatened Species Day is a national day held each year on September 7 to commemorate the death of the last remaining Tasmanian tiger (also known as the thylacine) at Hobart Zoo in 1936. It is a time to reflect on what has happened in the past and how we can protect our threatened species in the future.
September 8 International Literacy Day
September 10 Battle of St. George’s Caye Day (Belize)
Happy 54th birthday to the National Anthropology Museum (Museo Nacional de Antropología) in Mexico City. Not open on Mondays. @mna_inah @INAHmx @TomBuckley519 @melisu_b https://t.co/eySBlJFZMc pic.twitter.com/xreNm3TqnO
— planetanews (@planetanews) September 17, 2018
September 19 International Talk Like a Pirate Day
September 21 International Day of Peace
September 21 Armenia Independence Day
September 22 is World Rhino Day
September 21 Independence Day (Belize)
September 27 World Tourism Day
September 29 Feast Day of San Miguel Arcángel (Mexico)
September 30 International translation day
Second Sunday in September National Bilby Day (Australia)
3rd Friday in September Park(ing) Day
Last Sunday in September World Rivers Day
September Brisbane Writers Festival