Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States which falls on the first Monday in September. It was officially established in 1894 by U.S. President Grover Cleveland. It is also celebrated in Canada.
National Teachers’ Day is celebrated in many countries as a special holiday dedicated to honoring teachers for their contributions. The date of the holiday varies from country to country. For example, Teachers’ Day in India is celebrated on September 5 to commemorate Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a renowned Indian philosopher and statesman.
Be Late for Something Day is an informal observance celebrated on September 5. On this day, you can stop rushing everywhere, forget about punctuality and be fashionably late for anything and everything.
International Day of Charity is an official United Nations observance held on September 5 every year. It was declared by the UN General Assembly in 2012 to commemorate the death anniversary of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the founder of the Missionaries of Charity.