September 26 holiday: September 26 Holidays & National Days

September 26 Holidays & National Days

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We have 25 holidays listed for September 26.

September 26th is the 269th day of the Gregorian calendar. During the Morean War, the Parthenon in Athens was partially destroyed; British troops occupied Philadelphia during the American Revolution. The Concorde broke a record traveling non-stop over the Atlantic. Famous birthdays include Winnie Mandela, Serena Williams and Lilly Singh. Today is National Family Day.

Johnny Appleseed Day

Yes, this American legend was a living, breathing, historical human being!

National Chimichanga Day

Celebrating one of history’s greatest culinary accidents — the deep-fried goodness that is the chimichanga.

National Family Day

Take some time today to appreciate the people that make our lives meaningful.

National Pancake Day

Get those hotcakes on the griddle, it’s time to prepare some pancakes!

Alpaca Day

Alpaca Owners Association founded Alpaca Day to educate people about alpacas.

Dominion Status Day

Join us as New Zealand celebrates independence on Dominion Status Day.

European Day of Languages

Are you ready to learn another language? E.D.L. is the perfect day to do it!

European Languages Day

Be inspired and brush up on your language learning skills for an enriching and fulfilling life.

Love Note Day

Grab a pen and paper and get ready to celebrate someone special this Love Note Day.

Lumberjack Day

Lumberjacks are the real deal! Join in the celebration as we appreciate these hardworking professionals.

Mera Chaoren Houba

Mera Chaoren Houba is observed according to the Manipuri lunar calendar, a region in northeast India.

National Amanda Day

Amanda is a feminine, elegant name with ancient origin, derived from the Latin word ‘amare.’

National Dumpling Day

No matter your ancestry, you probably have some form of dumpling in your history.

National Hari Day

Hari is a masculine name of Sanskrit origin with deep religious significance.

National Key Lime Pie Day

Could you imagine life without key lime pies? We can’t bear to think of it either!

National Mesothelioma Awareness Day

Mesothelioma Awareness Day to educate Americans affected by, or in danger of being affected by, asbestos.

Shamu the Whale Day

Appreciate the remarkable life of orcas on Shamu the Whale Day.

Holidays Calendar for September 26, 2023

September Revolution Day is one of the public holidays in Yemen. This holiday celebrates the establishment of the Yemen Arab Republic in 1962.

World Contraception Day is annually observed on September 26. This day was observed for the first time in 2007, when it was initiated by ten international family planning organizations.

National Statistics Day (Hari Statistik Nasional) is observed in Indonesia every September 26. It commemorates the founding of Statistics Indonesia. The holiday was established to raise public awareness of the importance of statistics and to encourage people to participate in statistical surveys.

World Environmental Health Day is annually observed in many countries around the world on September 26. The observance was inaugurated in 2011 in Indonesia.

Johnny Appleseed Day is an unofficial holiday in the United States dedicated to a Christian missionary and gardener who is credited with introducing apple trees to large parts of the American Midwest. It is celebrated on March 11 or September 26.

European Day of Languages was proclaimed by the Council of Europe on December 6, 2001 at the end of the European Year of Languages. This observance annually falls on September 26 and since 2002 various activities and events are organized by member states.

People of Ecuador honor their national flag and annually observe National Flag Day on September 26. This observance has no public status, but at the same time it’s a very important memorial day for the nation of Ecuador.

Pancakes are one of the favorite breakfast foods in North America. No wonder there is a holiday dedicated to them. The National Pancake Day is celebrated throughout the United States each year on September 26.

National Chimichanga Day is observed annually on September 26. It celebrates one of those dishes that are often thought to be Mexican but in fact were invented in the United States and have become a staple in Southwestern cuisine.

One of the UN international days is observed on September 26. The UN General Assembly proclaimed September 26 to be International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear WeaponsI. Appropriate observances are held since 2014.

Dumpling Day, referred to in various sources as National Dumpling Day, International Dumpling Day or World Dumpling Day, is observed annually on September 26. It celebrates a class of dishes that are present in many cuisines around the world.

Mesothelioma Awareness Day, also referred to as National Mesothelioma Awareness Day and Meso Awareness Day, is observed annually on September 26. It was created to raise awareness about a rare form of cancer that affects the tissue covering some internal organs.

Festivals on September 26, 2023

  • Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre in Tbilisi, Georgia
  • SCHLINGEL International Film Festival in Chemnitz, Germany
  • Message to Man International Film Festival in Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • San Sebastian International Film Festival in San Sebastian, Spain
  • Oktoberfest in Canada in Kitchener–Waterloo, Canada
  • Cannstatter Volksfest in Stuttgart, Germany
  • Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival in Strasbourg, France
  • Fantastic Fest in Austin, USA
  • Züri-Wiesn (Swiss Oktoberfest) in Zürich, Switzerland
  • Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Floriade in Canberra, Australia
  • Oktoberfest in Munich in Munich, Germany
  • King Richard’s Faire in Carver, USA
  • Kansas City Renaissance Festival in Bonner Springs, USA
  • Ohio Renaissance Festival in Harveysburg, USA

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This Day in History

  • 2019 Died: Jacques Chirac, French politician who served as President of France from 1995 to 2007. He also served as the Prime Minister of France and the Mayor of Paris.
  • 2010 Died: Gloria Stuart, American actress and artist whose iconic film role was the 100-year-old elder Rose Dawson in James Cameron’s Titanic.
  • 2008 Swiss pilot and and aviation enthusias Yves Rossy became the first person to successfully fly a jet engine-powered wing across the English Channel.
  • 2008 Died: Paul Newman, American actor, director, entrepreneur, racing driver, and activist. He won an Academy Award for his role in The Color of Money.
  • 2000 Died: Baden Powell de Aquino, Brazilian guitarist and composer regarded as one of the most prominent and celebrated guitarists of his time.
  • 1983 The Soviet nuclear early warning system twice reported the launch of American intercontinental ballistic missiles. Both warnings were a false alarm.
  • 1980 An improvised explosive device exploded at the main entrance of the Oktoberfest in Munich, West Germany, killing 13 people and injuring 211.
  • 1978 Died: Manne Siegbahn, Swedish physicist who was awarded the 1924 Nobel Prize in Physics for his research in the field of X-ray spectroscopy.
  • 1976 Died: Leopold Ružička, Croatia biochemist who won the 1939 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on polymethylenes and higher terpenes.
  • 1965 Born: Petro Poroshenko, Ukrainian businessmen and politician, the fifth President of Ukraine. He was elected president on May 25, 2014.
  • 1960 The first televised general election presidential debate was held between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. It was moderated by Howard K. Smith.
  • 1956 Born: Linda Hamilton, American actress known for her roles as Sarah Connor in The Terminator and Catherine Chandler on Beauty and the Beast.
  • 1948 Born: Olivia Newton-John, English-born Australian singer, songwriter, and actress. She rose to prominence due to playing Sandy Olsson in Grease.
  • 1947 Died: Hugh Lofting, British author primarily remembered for creating the character of Doctor Dolittle, one of the classics of children’s literature.
  • 1945 Died: Béla Bartók, world-renowned Hungarian composer and pianist. Along with Franz Liszt, he is regarded as Hungary’s greatest composer.
  • 1937 Died: Bessie Smith, American blues singer nicknamed the Empress of the Blues. She is regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era.
  • 1934 Ocean liner RMS Queen Mary was launched. Queen Mary was the flagship of the Cunard-White Star Line from May 1936 until October 1946.
  • 1914 The Federal Trade Commission was established. This independent agency of the U.S. government focuses on the promotion of consumer protection.
  • 1909 Born: Bill France, Sr., America racing driver best known for co-founding and managing the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing.
  • 1907 New Zealand and Newfoundland became Dominions within the British Empire. They ceased to be dominions in 1947 and 1949, respectively.
  • 1902 Died: Levi Strauss, American businessman who is best known as the founder of Levi Strauss & Co. , famous for its Levi’s brand of denim jeans.
  • 1898 Born: George Gershwin, American composer and pianist. His best known works include Rhapsody in Blue, An American in Paris and Porgy and Bess.
  • 1889 Born: Martin Heidegger, German philosopher who made significant contributions to existential phenomenology and philosophical hermeneutics.
  • 1888 Born: T. S. Eliot, American-born British poet, dramatist, essayist, literary critic, and editor, who was awarded the 1948 Nobel Prize in Literature.
  • 1886 Born: Archibald Hill, known as A. V. Hill, English physiologist who shared the 1922 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Otto Fritz Meyerhof.
  • 1874 Born: Lewis Hine, American photographer and sociologist. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States.
  • 1868 Died: August Ferdinand Möbius, German mathematician an theoretical astronomer. He is best known for the discovery of the Möbius strip.
  • 1849 Born: Ivan Pavlov, Russian psychologist who was awarded the 1904 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on the physiology of digestion.
  • 1687 The Parthenon was partially destroyed by the Venetians who attacked Athens and attempted to capture the Acropolis from the Ottoman Turks.
  • 1580 English sea captain and navigator Francis Drake returned to Plymouth, finishing his circumnavigation of the Earth. His expedition lasted for 3 years.
  • 1087 William II, commonly known as William Rufus or William the Red, was crowned Kind of England. He ruled until his death on August 2, 1100.

26 September 2022 Weekend or business day? Find out how we relax on September 26, 2022 in Russia.

How we work 26
September 2022 in Russia?

Detailed information about how Russia works and rests
26-09-2022 see

September 26, 2022 weekend or work day?

Monday, September 26, 2022. This is a working day.

Is 26 September 2022 a working day?
september 26 is a regular monday
working day in 2022.
What is the weekend on September 26, 2022?
On Monday
September 26 is not a public holiday in 2022
What holidays are on September 26
September 26 no state
holidays in Russia.
Schedule 26 September 2022
of the year:
26 September
We work 8 hours, it’s Monday.
Is September 26 a day off or not?
No, September 26 regular worker
day, because It is Monday.
September 26, 2022 how do we relax?
We work all day, because This
September 26 is a working day or not?
Yes, 26
September is a normal working day, because This

Information about holidays and weekends that fall
as of September 26, 2022 is presented according to
approved production calendar 2022 with holidays and weekends
for a five day work week.
We remind you that
Holidays that fall on Saturdays or
Sunday. In this case, the day off is carried over to the next working day.
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official holidays in Russia. Complete list of all holidays
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list of all holidays and memorable days in 2022.

how we relax and how long we work

The first month of autumn is traditionally considered the time when everyone returns to working days after a hot summer. In September, there are no big official holidays on the calendar, so you can’t count on long “holidays”. However, there is time to take a walk in the autumn parks. And these are the weekends in September 2023 that await us.

Holidays in September 2023

Significant dates in September are not public holidays, therefore, additional days off do not apply to them. For example, Knowledge Day on September 1 is not a “red day of the calendar”, although it is celebrated every year with solemn rulers and city festivals for schoolchildren and students.

There are holidays of republican significance in September, for example, the Day of the State Emblem and the State Flag of the Republic of Crimea on the 24th. In honor of this date, patriotic actions and flash mobs are held on the peninsula.

Of course, as in any month, September was not without professional dates – you can congratulate representatives of various labor sectors in the first autumn month: from a hairdresser (on the 13th) to a gunsmith (on the 19th).

Holidays in September 2023

There are nine days off in September 2023. These are 2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24 and 30 numbers. There are no weekend breaks for this month.

How many working days in September 2023

There will be 21 out of 30 working days in September 2023. This is an average. According to the norms of working time, it turns out as follows: 168 working hours for a 40-hour working week, 151.2 working hours for a 36-hour one and 100. 8 for a 24-hour one.

There are no shortened working days (these are on the eve of holidays) in September, and therefore you will have to work every day according to the full schedule.

How to profitably take a vacation in September 2023

In September, the holiday season is still going on, and many people prefer to go on vacation at the beginning of autumn every year. It seems like in the summer and in your hometown on the weekend there are a lot of interesting things, well, you can always go to the dacha again. But September is traditionally a time for travel. Let’s see how profitable it is to take a vacation in September so as not to lose money.

So, we have a standard vacation of 28 calendar days. Let’s figure out how the amount of vacation pay is calculated. It depends on the month in which you are going on vacation. The main rule to be followed is to take a vacation in the month in which there are more working days. Everything is simple here: if you work a full month, you get your fixed salary, regardless of how many working days there are in that month.

In the case of a vacation, your money will be counted differently. You will go on vacation with vacation pay in your pocket, which is calculated based on the average earnings for the last year according to a special formula. And when you return, you will receive the rest of your salary. And this will not be just half the salary, as many people think – you will be separately calculated the cost of a working day and multiplied by the number of days actually spent in the service.

Conclusion: it is profitable to go on vacation in those months in which there are more working days, so you lose less when calculating the remaining part of the salary after vacations. In September 2023, there will be 21 of them, which is quite normal, since there are no more working days per month this year.

There is one more nuance.