This is our day guide for Monday June 21st 2021 which shows you at a glance what's happening on this day around the world. Using the calendar on this page, you can look at a day guide for any day. Why not look up your birthday to see which holidays you share it with?

Observances on June 21st 2021

Make Music Day

Make Music Day

Make Music Day was dreamt up by France’s Ministry of Culture in 1982. The idea is that everyone could play music or host free outdoor performances.

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Summer solstice

Summer solstice

The summer solstice is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

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National Selfie Day

National Selfie Day

We probably don't need a day to encourage people to take pictures of themselves, but there is no denying the cultural impact of selfies.

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National Daylight Appreciation Day

National Daylight Appreciation Day

Find out the dates, history and traditions of National Daylight Appreciation Day

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National Peaches ‘N’ Cream Day

National Peaches ‘N’ Cream Day

Find out the dates, history and traditions of National Peaches ‘N’ Cream Day

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International Day of Yoga 

International Day of Yoga 

Find out the dates, history and traditions of International Day of Yoga 

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Public Holidays on June 21st 2021

Orthodox Pentecost Monday

Orthodox Pentecost Monday

Orthodox Pentecost Monday, also known as Holy Spirit Monday, is observed fifty days (approx. seven weeks) after Orthodox Easter.

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National Flag Day

National Flag Day

Commemorates the death of Manuel Belgrano who created the current flag

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Bermuda National Heroes Day

Bermuda National Heroes Day

Honours those persons who have been officially designated as National Heroes in Bermuda

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Andean New Year

Andean New Year

Traditional date of Aymara New Year and the winter solstice. Declared official holiday in 2010

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June Day

June Day

June Day commemorates the discovery of the province in 1497 by John Cabot.

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National Aboriginal Day

National Aboriginal Day

A Provincial Statutory Holiday since 2001 in Northwest Territories and since 2017 in Yukon

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Ullortuneq

Ullortuneq

Means 'longest day' and is celebrated on the Summer Solstice on either 20 or 21 June

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Togo Martyrs' Day

Togo Martyrs' Day

A day to remember and honour all those who have lost their lives in the fight for a free and independent Togo

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