Join in part of a global event and go skateboarding with your friends – find events near you, or organise own Go Skateboarding Day fun!
June 21st is Go Skateboarding Day, a day to celebrate the skateboard and all of its glory. For many people, skateboarding is more than just a hobby or sport - it's a lifestyle. Whether you're an experienced skater or just starting out, here are three reasons why you should go skateboarding on June 21st:
1) It's fun! Skateboarding is a great way to get some exercise while having fun. There's nothing quite like the feeling of cruising down a hill or doing tricks in the park.
2) It's affordable. Skateboards can be bought for relatively cheap, and there are plenty of places to ride without having to pay admission fees.
3) It's social. Skateboarding is one of those activities that brings people together - you can meet new friends while skating at your local park or join up with other skaters on Go Skateboarding Day for group rides and contests
Long before it got its name, Daylight Appreciation Day was one of the oldest and most universal celebrations on earth. Continue the tradition by taking time to celebrate something much bigger – and brighter – than ourselves!
Appropriately timed around the summer solstice, Daylight Appreciation Day is a perfect excuse for staying up late. Outside is the only place to really appreciate the sunset, so invite friends for some open-air music, a barbecue or just hanging out anywhere with a good view. A camping trip into the Great Outdoors adds an excuse for another traditional midsummer ritual: a blazing, all-night campfire. In many countries, some people stay up until morning, partying through the shortest of the “white nights”.
Whatever you have planned, enjoy the feel-good effect of daylight – the one thing that brings out the ray of sunshine in all of us.
International Surfing Day is a day to celebrate the sport of surfing and all that it embodies. For surfers, International Surfing Day is a chance to come together and share their love of the waves. But even more importantly, International Surfing Day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of protecting our oceans and beaches.
Surfing is more than just a sport; it’s a lifestyle. It’s about appreciating nature and spending time in the company of good friends. And when we surf together, we can make a difference for our oceans and beaches. By raising awareness on International Surfing Day, we can help protect these precious resources for future generations. So let’s all come together on June 20th to celebrate surfing and promote ocean conservation!