NATIONAL SINGLES DAY
September 23 recognizes nearly half the U.S. adult population on National Singles Day.
The day celebrates singletons, their contributions to society and acknowledges not everyone is part of a power couple. Whether we find ourselves to be single by choice or circumstance or know someone who is, each makes up a vital part of our growing communities.
HOW TO OBSERVE
As a growing part of our society, celebrate the single people in your life. Make room for them in your plans and if you are one, become a part of the growing crowd of singletons. Use #NationalSinglesDay to share on social media.
National Singles Day was first observed January 1, 2001. The date was moved in 2017 to coincide with National Singles Week in September.
There are over 1,500 national days. Don’t miss a single one. Celebrate Every Day with National Day Calendar!