In August, many families cram last-minute vacations into the summer months before preparing for the new school year. Luckily, August has a whole host of wacky and wild days to celebrate. In 2022, we’ll celebrate chocolate chip cookies, waffles, left-handeders, dolls, lighthouses, best friends, and more. Here are some of our favorite days in August 2022.
Banks remain closed on the days listed below
If you plan to visit the bank during the month of August, here’s a list of days when banks will be closed in India. The dates of these holidays vary from state to state. In addition, banks are closed on Mondays and Fridays. Check the Reserve Bank of India calendar for more information on the bank holidays in your state. In August 2022, banks will be closed on the following days:
The following bank holidays are observed across the country: the real-time gross settlement holiday on the first Monday in June, banks’ closure of accounts in July, and the National Financial Institutions Day on the last Friday in November. These are days that banks are closed and will not accept new deposits on those days. You can check with the relevant banks if you have any questions or need any assistance.
National Disc Golf Day
National Disc Golf Day is a special day to celebrate the sport. This year’s celebration took place on Saturday, August 6, and was marked by a Women’s Global Event. It was the perfect opportunity to celebrate the sport by joining a tournament or playing rounds with friends. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, National Disc Golf Day is an occasion to be celebrated!
Disc golf is similar to conventional golf, but the difference is in the equipment and strategy. Both sports require players to make a series of throws to hit a target. Total throws made by a player equals a hole score. The person with the lowest score wins. There are a number of different disc golf clubs, but all will require a course with at least one hole.
International Geocaching Day
The third Saturday in August is the International Geocaching Day. This is the day when geocachers around the world get together and celebrate the sport. It is a bit like a modern-day treasure hunt where you follow clues to find a weatherproof box containing a journal and a rubber stamp. Then you log your findings to commemorate the day. Geocaching is fun, accessible, and the ultimate goal is to find all of the hidden boxes.
Since the first geocache was placed on May 3, 2000, geocaching has evolved into a worldwide phenomenon. It has spawned thousands of organisations and a global community of geocachers. On this day, thousands of events are held around the world, where people can log a find and earn a souvenir. The event is also a great way to raise awareness about geocaching and the benefits of participating in it.
Did you know that sandcastles have been around for thousands of years? This timeless, family-friendly activity is still a memorable experience for children and adults alike. In fact, sandcastles have even been made into an art form. In 1989, the Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada, hosted the World Championship of Sand Sculpture. Although this competition has since been discontinued, other countries have hosted similar competitions.
To celebrate this annual event, people can go to the beach to build sandcastles. For those who live near the ocean, you can go to the beach, but remember that waves can make building a sandcastle more difficult. If you live in a town without an ocean, you can also celebrate this day at a lake or river. If you don’t have access to a beach, you can also go to a park or a river and dig a big hole for your sandcastle. If you have tools, you can use them to help you build your sandcastle.
National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day
National Chocolate Pecan Pie Day is observed on the twentieth of August. This delicious dessert combines two of the most popular foods on the planet: chocolate and pecans. Pecan pies usually have a chocolate cookie crust, and are filled with a rich chocolate and pecan filling. The resulting pie is baked until the filling sets. The day is often marked by eating a piece of chocolate pecan pie with whipped cream.
In the United States, pecan nut harvesting takes place between September and November, which fits in nicely with Thanksgiving. The chocolate pecan pie has become a staple of the family dinner table, and is available in many different varieties. Some of these include whiskey chocolate pecan pie, chocolate brownie pecan pie, and dark chocolate. In fact, chocolate pecan pie is so popular that it has become a national holiday!
More Herbs, Less Salt Day
The mission of More Herbs, Less Salt Day is to reduce sodium in the average American diet. As sodium is commonly added to processed foods, many people are consuming far more sodium than they realize. This day encourages people to examine their diets and use herbs as flavorings instead of salt. Many people are surprised to learn that they are consuming far more salt than they thought.
A proper balance of foods takes a lot of time and thought, but eating less healthy options is often more convenient and easier. Herbs are a delicious and healthy alternative to salt. Using them in your cooking is easy and will add flavor to your dishes just as much as salt. You can also buy them in many grocery stores and online. A great way to learn more about herbs is to use them in cooking.
National Park Service Founders Day
Every year, the National Park Service celebrates Founders Day. This event acknowledges the work of the service, which protects and preserves 84 million acres of land in the United States. Today, this agency employs 20,000 people, including over 300,000 volunteers. With such a large jurisdiction and an abundance of land to manage, there are many people involved in conserving our national park systems.
The National Park Service was founded by legislation in 1916. Presidents Herbert Hoover and George Bird Grinnell pushed for legislation to protect and maintain these places, and Mather was nominated to head the agency. The two men were so influential that Mather paid Yard’s salary out of his own pocket. Today, the organization is as relevant as ever. Here are some things you may not know about the Founders Day of 2022:
International Beer Day
Today is International Beer Day, the day when beer is celebrated around the world. It’s a time to celebrate beer with friends and family. In addition to drinking beer, celebrate the occasion by giving beer gifts to friends and loved ones. Some great beer gifts include glassware, coasters and rare barrel-aged bottles. If you are a beer lover, give gifts to people who make or brew beer.
If you haven’t yet had a chance to celebrate this wonderful day, don’t worry – we’ll help you celebrate in style. The International Beer Day in 2022 will take place on August 6th. Beer lovers will be able to find events all over the world. For example, you can celebrate the day in Miami, FL. There are many celebrations and festivals planned across the globe.
National Root Beer Float Day
Although National Root Beer Float Day is not an official holiday, many people have made the event a tradition. Because the day falls on a week-end, many people will celebrate the event early in the evening. People can even join in the fun by sharing their celebration on social media by using the hashtag #NationalRootBeerFloatDay. To share the news on National Root Beer Float Day, visit the official website or tweet at @NationalRootBeerFloatDay.
To celebrate this day, people will drink a root beer float. This frothy beverage is often referred to as a black cow and has a history dating back to the 19th century. The Black Cow was invented in Cripple Creek, Colorado, by Frank J. Wisner. He was inspired by Cow Mountain in Colorado, which looked like a slew of snowy peaks.
National Mustard Day
Did you know that the first Saturday of August is National Mustard Day? It’s a special day to honor the condiment that was first used in Ancient Egypt. In fact, it’s so widely used that the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council confirmed that 71% of Americans would choose mustard over other condiments on a hot dog. But mustard is used in more than just hot dogs: it’s also an important ingredient in salad dressings, marinades, and sauces.
Originally from the Ancient Egyptians, mustard was first used in cooking and for medicinal purposes. The Greeks and Romans incorporated it into food, and it was also used as a natural remedy for a variety of ailments. However, it wasn’t until the seventeenth century that mustard reached the mainstream and has become an essential part of American cuisine. While it may sound odd, mustard has a rich history, and today, its use has expanded beyond the kitchen.