Your Guide to July

June 24, 2019

Hot fun in the summertime.






Wimbledon Championships Begin


Started in 1877, Wimbledon is the world’s oldest and most prestigious tennis championship.







World UFO Day


Do aliens exist? Are flying saucers real? Look to the skies: The truth is out there!






Independence Day


It’s America’s 243rd birthday party, and we’re all invited! Happy Independence Day!









World Emoji Day


When you’re unsure what to say, let emojis do the talking!









National Ice Cream Day


The perfect way to take a break from the summer heat. Go ahead, get that extra scoop.









International Day of Friendship


“Friends are the family we choose for ourselves.” — Edna Buchanan






This year marks the 90th anniversary of the MLB All-Star Games, first held on July 6, 1933, in Chicago’s Comiskey Park.

The month of July was named after Julius Caesar.

The “dog days of summer,” which run from July 3 through August 11, are often thought of as the hottest days of the year. While that may be true, the phrase actually refers to the sun’s orientation with Sirius — aka the Dog Star.






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