National Doughnut Day is June 1 and that means freebies and lots of sugar highs. The day was originally established in 1938 by the Salvation Army to honor women who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. The holiday is traditionally celebrated on the first Friday of June.What national days are in June?
National Gingerbread Day National Moonshine Day National Veggie Burger Day National Black Bear Day - First Saturday in June National Bubbly Day - First Saturday in June National Prairie Day - First Saturday in June National Trails Day - First Saturday in JuneWhat Holiday is on June 21?
June 21 is Martyr's Day, which is a very important day for the Togolese Republic. This holiday commemorates death of those people, who sacrificed their lives for peaceful life in Togo. The major national holiday in Greenland is National Day (Ullortuneq), that is annually celebrated on June 21.