National Arizona Day

June 21, 2021

June 21 - National Arizona Day

What Is National Arizona Day?

Arizona is the home of the oldest North American village, Old Oraibi located on the Hopi Indian Reservation in Navajo county. Arizona is home to some of the country’s best wilderness and natural beauty. Spend the day learning all about the history and majestic of Arizona state.

When Is National Arizona Day?

National Arizona Day is celebrated on June 21st.

History Of National Arizona Day

In 2017, National Day Calendar® began celebrating each state in the order they entered the union, starting the week of Independence Day and ending with Hawaii. June 21 was chosen to highlight Arizona.

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