Holiday Calendar July 2022 – Welcome July with many best wishes to everyone
Larkspur, also known as Delphinium, is a birth-flower for July. Larkspur represents positivity, strong love, and deep attachment to someone. Especially, they are famous for their vibrant color and impressive height. So, these blooms can brighten up all flower gardens in the summer.
Another July birth-flower is Water Lily. Water lily has different symbolic significance in many cultures. It is especially associated with rebirth and enlightenment. Furthermore, these flowers represent purity, innocence, and chastity. Hence, they always have connection with Greek and Italian nymphs.
July 1 - National US Postage Stamp Day
The first US stamp was issued on July 1, 1847. Although issued in 1847, postage stamps became mandatory until 1855.
Independence Day is an annual national celebration of the United States. It is also called the Fourth of July. This day commemorates the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. It is a major US holiday. So, the government often organizes events such as fireworks, parades, carnivals, and other events.
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July 13 - Nathan Bedford Forrest Day
Nathan Bedford Forrest Day commemorates the former Confederate commander and early Ku Klux Klan leader Nathan Bedford Forrest.
July 14 July - Bastille Day
Bastille Day is the national day of France. But, in the United States, there are over 20 cities that conduct annual celebrations of Bastille Day. They celebrate this day with much French food, music, games, and so on.
July 25 - Parents' Day
Every year on the fourth Sunday of July, Parents’ Day celebrates all parents throughout the globe. Every year, communities in the United States honor the contributions of parents to the upbringing of their children. As a result, they organize events with a variety of exciting activities.
July 27 - National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day
National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day is observed on July 27. The observation is to commemorate thousands of American soldiers who died in the conflict. Also, it is to honor more than 100,000 wounded soldiers and prisoners of war.
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