Labor Day is the most well known holiday in September. It is observed every year on the first Monday in September. Native American Day is always celebrated on the 4th Friday of September. Grandparent's Day is observed in the United States on the first Sunday after Labor Day.What Jewish holiday is in September?
Both September and October are very special for Jewish people. There are four holidays in these two months, two in September and two in October. The most important two are undoubtedly the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur .What are the religious holidays in September?
Some other notable religious holidays in September 2019 are St. Matthew's day (Christian), Eid ul Adha and Ashura (Muslim) as well as Selichot and Yom Kippur (Jewish). If you are not religiously inclined, there are days like the start of Oktoberfest or the National Cheeseburger holiday to look forward to.