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CHILDREN’S DAY – Second Sunday in June

National Children's Day - Second Sunday in JuneNATIONAL CHILDREN’S DAY

The second Sunday in June is known as National Children’s Day in the United States.

A day to honor the children in our lives, National Children’s Day is a time to slow down our fast paced lives, turn off the tech and refocus on the important things.  Taking one day may not be enough, but using it as an opportunity to redirect our family’s lives may be an important step in a child’s life.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Cherish our children, spend time with them and use #NationalChildrensDay to share on social media.

HISTORY

Reverend Dr. Charles Leonard of the Universalist Church of the Redeemer in Chelsea, Massachusetts started Children’s Day in 1856 as a special day to Baptize children.  He originally named it Rose Day.  In 1995, President Clinton proclaimed National Children’s Day as October 8th.  He was later followed by President Bush in 2001 who declared the first Sunday in June as National Child’s Day.  However, National Children’s Day is generally celebrated the second Sunday in June or October 8th.

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DATES

June 11, 2017
June 10, 2018
June 9, 2019
June 14, 2020

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