How to Celebrate June from Start to Finish
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How to Celebrate June from Start to Finish

Who knew that each day actually had a fun holiday to spice up your summer?

How to Celebrate June from Start to Finish

Summer has seemed to finally arrive. It's the best season of the year filled with rays of sunshine, fun times with friends, and memories made that will last a lifetime. Sometimes, these calendar-fillers can be oddly specific and kind of insignificant, but it's the little things that make summer that much better! Throughout the summer, there are endless reasons to celebrate. Adding these dates to our calendar will make your summer from being anything BUT boring.

National Adopt a Cat Month

This makes the whole month is a celebration already!

June 2nd: Rocky Road Day

June 4th: Hug Your Cat Day

June 6th: National Yo-Yo Day

June 7th: National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

June 7th: National Doughnut Day

Fun fact: this falls on the first Friday in June each year!

June 8th: Best Friends Day

June 10th: Iced Tea Day

June 14th: Monkey Around Day

June 15th: Smile Power Day

June 18th: Go fishing day

June 18th: International Picnic Day

June 18th: International Sushi Day

June 18th: International Splurge Day

June 19th: National Kissing Day

June 20th: Ice Cream Soda Day

June 21st: International Yoga Day

June 21st: National Selfie Day

June 21st: Take a Road Trip Day

June 23rd: National Pink Day

June 24th: Swim a Lap Day

June 26th: National Canoe Day

June 28th: International Body Piercing Day

June 29th: Camera Day

June 29th: Hug Holiday

No matter the day and no matter the reason, summer is a time to celebrate!

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