All fun facts for September

Discover dozens of fun facts for this month. Read the summary for a quick recap on what happened for every day.

Lits of days for September

September, 1
September 1 has witnessed remarkable events, from the opening of the first drive-in pharmacy in London to the discovery of the Titanic wreckage. This day is also marked by various celebrations such as Knowledge Day in Russia, Constitution Day in Slovakia, and National Ginger Cat Appreciation Day in the United States.
September, 2
September 2nd is a day full of exciting and historical events, ranging from the beginning of the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the first ATM opening in 1969. The day also commemorates several national and international awareness days, including World Coconut Day, National Blueberry Popsicle Day, and National Immigrant's Day in Argentina.
September, 3
September 3rd is a significant day in history, with events like Frederick Douglass's escape from slavery, the founding of the Knights of Labor, and the introduction of the IBM Model 01 electric typewriter. Prominent birthdays include Tiffany Haddish and e.e. cummings, while cultural milestones include the openings of Disneyland Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland, and the success of the longest-running game show "The Price is Right".
September, 4
September 4th is filled with fascinating facts, from the founding of Los Angeles to the first live transcontinental television broadcast. This day also commemorates National Wildlife Day, Macadamia Nut Day, and the birthdays of notable figures such as Beyoncé Knowles and Hans Christian Andersen.
September, 5
September 5th is a day filled with history, celebration, and social causes, from the International Day of Charity to various national observances worldwide. Notable events include the first Labor Day in 1882, the beginning of the first Continental Congress in 1774, and the formation of Google in 1998.
September, 6
September 6th has an interesting mix of historical events and celebrations, including the anniversaries of the first woman to vote in a general election, the founding of BBC, and Star Trek's premiere. Other notable dates include National Read a Book Day, the establishment of the Magellan-Elcano expedition, and the first airing of Scooby-Doo.
September, 7
September 7th is marked by various significant events, including the historic Brazilian Independence Day, the founding of Google, and the US flag being nicknamed Old Glory. This day is also recognized for various celebrations like the Feast of Saint Gratus in Italy, National Salami Day in the United States, and Estonia's Restoration of Independence Day.
September, 8
September 8th is a day packed with significant events, such as the founding of St. Augustine, Florida, the premiere of "Star Trek," and International Literacy Day. It's also a day to honor figures like Michelangelo, Patsy Cline, and Lenny Bruce and celebrate national holidays like Our Lady of Meritxell Day in Andorra and National Actors' Day in the Philippines.
September, 9
September 9th is a day full of fascinating events, from the admission of California to the United States and the foundation of North Korea to the first demonstration of television sets and the birth of beloved English author Leo Tolstoy. This date has a unique blend of holidays, technological advancements, and historical milestones that span various aspects of human history.
September, 10
On September 10th, the world celebrates National Swap Ideas Day and World Suicide Prevention Day, while notable events such as the first working integrated circuit demonstration, the start of the Large Hadron Collider, and the release of iconic albums like Nirvana's "In Utero" and Björk's "Post" all took place. Other highlights include the birth of famous figures like Carl Zeiss and Arthur Ashe, and the introduction of gasoline-powered taxis in London.
September, 11
September 11th encompasses various significant events and notable individuals throughout history, from the Ethiopian New Year celebration to the recording of The Beatles' first single. The day has been marked by milestones in science, technology, entertainment, and sports, showcasing a rich tapestry of diverse happenings.
September, 12
September 12th marks many special days and several historical events, such as Luna 2 being the first space probe to reach the moon, the premiere of the TV show "Bonanza," and the discovery of the Lascaux Cave paintings. It is also a day to celebrate and honor various professions and communities, such as National Video Games Day, National Police Woman Day, and International Programmers' Day.
September, 13
September 13th is a day filled with history, innovation, and celebration. From the launch of Luna 2 to the release of Super Mario Bros, and from celebrating International Chocolate Day to raising awareness for prostate cancer, this date continues to leave its mark on history.
September, 14
September 14th marks numerous historical events, celebrations, and milestones. It's the day when the first lighthouse was built in the United States, when Francis Scott Key composed the poem that became the U.S. national anthem, and when the United Nations headquarters groundbreaking took place. This day also witnesses various national and international observances, including the Day of the Programmer, the International Day of Democracy, and World Shorebirds Day.
September, 15
September 15th is known for an array of historical events, celebrations of different types of food, and notable birthdays. Some of the major events include the Galápagos Islands visit by Charles Darwin, Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin, and Google's official incorporation. This day also celebrates various types of pasta, cheese, hats, and national and international observance days.
September, 16
On September 16, several significant events have taken place, including the start of Mexico's War of Independence in 1810 and the signing of the Montreal Protocol in 1987. The day also marks various national and international celebrations like Mexico's Independence Day, National Guacamole Day in the United States, and International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.
September, 17
September 17th is a historically significant day that includes the signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787, Samuel Johnson's birthday, and the pivotal Battle of Zenta. Other notable events include Billie Jean King's victory over Bobby Riggs and the end of the Berlin Airlift.
September, 18
Celebrations on September 18 include National Cheeseburger Day in the US, National Music Day in Azerbaijan, and Independence Day in Saint Kitts and Nevis. This date also marks important historical events, such as the founding of The New York Times, the first long-playing record demonstration, and the beginning of the Scottish independence referendum.
September, 19
September 19th is a date packed with history, including the celebration of Talk Like a Pirate Day, Australia's Day of the Tradesman, and the U.S. National Gymnastics Day. From the tragic death of President James A. Garfield to the premieres of popular television shows like "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Friends", September 19th has been a day of remembered moments throughout the years.
September, 20
September 20th is a day full of varied events, including the anniversary of Billie Jean King's victory in the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match, the founding of NATO, and the birthdays of Jim Croce and Upton Sinclair. It's also a day for celebration, with National Punch Day in the United States, National Fried Rice Day, and Respect for the Aged Day in Japan.
September, 21
September 21 is a day rich with historical events, cultural celebrations, and scientific milestones. Highlights include the International Day of Peace, the independence of countries like Belize, Armenia, and Malta, and significant moments in space exploration, such as NASA's Galileo spacecraft ending its mission and confirmation of water on Mars.
September, 22
September 22nd is filled with fascinating historical events, celebrations, and milestones, such as the end of the Salem Witch Trials, the premieres of beloved TV shows like "Friends" and "NYPD Blue," and environmental awareness through World Rhino Day and National Elephant Appreciation Day. Additionally, it embraces literature and fandom with "Hobbit Day" and gastronomic delights with National Ice Cream Cone Day.
September, 23
From the discovery of Neptune to the birth of Bruce Springsteen, September 23 holds many significant moments in history. Including international celebrations, such as the International Day of Sign Languages, and fun food holidays, like National Great American Pot Pie Day, there is plenty to commemorate on this day.
September, 24
September 24th is a day of significant events and celebrations, including the founding of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the establishment of Heritage Day in South Africa, and the release of influential albums like Nirvana's "Nevermind." From historical milestones to feats in sports and entertainment, this day presents a rich assortment of fascinating moments.
September, 25
On September 25, several notable events took place, from the 1513 discovery of the Pacific Ocean by Vasco Núñez de Balboa to the world's first nuclear reactor producing electricity in 1951. This day also commemorates the premieres of beloved TV shows like "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and "Friends," and celebrates several national days like One-Hit Wonder Day, National Comic Book Day, and National Lobster Day.
September, 26
September 26th is a day filled with fascinating milestones, including the birth of renowned musicians like George Gershwin and the world-changing invention of the steam-powered model railway engine. From celebrating National Pancake Day in the United States to acknowledging good neighbors and contraception awareness, this day offers something to remember and celebrate worldwide.
September, 27
September 27th is a fascinating day in history, as it marks the first public railway service, World Tourism Day, and the birth of Google. This day also celebrates the accomplishments of famous individuals such as Thomas Edison, Meat Loaf, and H.G. Wells while also promoting various national and international awareness days.
September, 28
September 28 is a memorable day in history, with events like Sir Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin, the first nonstop flight around the world, and the founding of Amnesty International. This date also marks multiple observances such as "Ask a Stupid Question Day," "World Rabies Day," and "National Drink Beer Day."
September, 29
September 29th holds special significance in many countries, marking milestones and celebrations like National Coffee Day, China's Confucius' birthday, and Spain's Day of La Rioja. Notable events such as the premiere of "The Flintstones" and the close approach of the asteroid Toutatis also happened on this day. The philanthropist John Harvard left his mark on the date, as did John D. Rockefeller and the tragic Tylenol poisonings.
September, 30
September 30th carries an array of historical, cultural, and fun facts, including the completion of the Gutenberg Bible, the first use of ether as anesthesia, and the establishment of International Translation Day. Other notable events encompass the debut of "The Flintstones," Botswana's independence, and advancements in technology, such as Ethernet specifications and the first Boeing 747.