June 6


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June 6

Holidays

Airing the Classics (Sixth day of sixth lunar month) Jun 6, 2011


Boston Pops (First week in May through middle of July)







First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Jun 6, 2015; Jun 6, 2020; Jun 6, 2021



National Family Month (Second Sunday in May through the third Sunday in June)



Sjomannadagur (First Sunday in June) Jun 6, 2021




Legal Holidays by Countries

June HolidayIreland
Labour DayBahamas
Memorial DaySouth Korea
National DaySweden
Queen Elizabeth II BirthdayNew Zealand, Niue
Whit MondayAntigua and Barbuda, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Iceland, Republic of Congo
Whitsun MondayAndorra

Legal Holidays in United States

Jefferson Davis's BirthdayAlabama
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Wednesday, June 6, 9.15am: Primary 7 boy's football, Queen of the South Arena.
But recorded 24.5 C on June 6 at Durrat Al Bahrain.
Winner C v Third A/B/F Lille Mon 27 June 6. Winner E v Runner-up D Stade de France Sun 26 June 7.
Under-14s meet on Thursdays June 6, 13 and 20 (6.30-8.00) and under-15s on Sundays June 9 and 23 (noon).
June 5-7 NH Bartlett Grand Summit Hotel & June 6
June 6: No-Talk Therapy for Traumatized, Reluctant Children and Adolescents; Leading Edge Seminars; Toronto; www.leadingedgeseminars.org
Lou Robken was quoted in the June 6 SNCJ Spotlight ...
June 6 to 8--The Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management will hold a "Successful Site Management" course.
* Librarian Update, June 6, designed for librarians and information specialists who are answering questions from the public, will focus on Web sites and other information sources.
Round 1 - June 6: Brisbane v London (7.30); June 7: North Queensland v Leeds (7.30); June 8: Adelaide v Salford (2.0); June 8: Canberra v Halifax (2.30); June 9: Canterbury v Wigan (7.30); Bye v Oldham.
At a quarter past midnight on June 6, 1944, British and American commandos parachuted from their planes and landed on the rugged coast of Normandy -- territory that Hitler's army had occupied for the past 4 years.