Arbor Day in Nicaragua is celebrated on the last Friday in June. It was officially established by the government in 1971 and has been observed every year ever since. However, the celebration dates back to 1929, when June 1 of that year was set aside as the day to honor Nicaraguan forests.
St John's Day is the feast day of Saint John the Baptist observed by the Catholics and some Protestants in many countries on June 24. This religious holiday is strongly connected with the pre-Christian Midsummer celebrations.
Take Your Dog to Work Day is an annual event typically held on a Friday following Father's Day (the third Sunday in June). It was created by Pet Sitters International (PSI), the largest educational for professional pet sitters in the world.