Your Guide to September
Goodbye summer, hello fall!
National Wildlife Day
The U.S. has over 1,300 endangered species.* Be an advocate for wildlife by supporting your local zoo or animal sanctuary and educating others to do the same.
Help turn a day of tragedy into a day of doing good. Make a positive impact by volunteering on this National Day of Service and Remembrance.
National Cleanup Day
Whether it’s picking up just one piece of trash or joining a team cleanup event, do your part to keep Mother Nature litter-free.
First Day of Fall
“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all.” — Stanley Horowitz
Rosh Hashanah Begins
Two days of introspection and jubilation usher in the Jewish New Year and begin the 10 days of penitence that end with Yom Kippur.
September is Hispanic Heritage Month — an invitation to celebrate Hispanic and Latino culture across America and recognize the numerous ways Hispanic Americans have contributed to our nation.
Pro football is back! The NFL opening game kicks off Thursday, September 5.
On September 5, 1774, the first Continental Congress was called to order, serving as the first government of the 13 colonies and eventually the United States.