American Family Day is the day on which we spend as much time as possible with our beloved family members, or even friends who we consider family. It’s important to remember this day is not about gift giving at all, but instead about deepening and maintaining family ties. It’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of life, but on this day we make the effort and the time to make sure our families don’t feel forgotten.
When Is American Family Day?
The first Sunday of August is observed as American Family Day.
History Of American Family Day
American Family Day was first signed into effect by Governor Raul Castro in 1977, to be celebrated on August 7th. In 1978, Governor Bruce Babbit proclaimed the day as an official Arizona holiday.