National North Carolina Day

September 28, 2021

September 28 - National North Carolina Day

What Is National North Carolina Day?

North Carolina were the first state to vote for independence from the British. Just before the Civil War, North Carolina did not want to secede, but public opinion eventually changed and the state decided to join the Confederacy. North Carolina is rife with natural beauty, ranging from the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains to the blue fireflies who call the state home. Many movies and TV shows have been filmed in the scenic locations of North Carolina, so don’t be shocked if you’re reminded of one of your favourite shows while you’re visiting. Explore the wonder and beauty of North Carolina today, on this national day.

When Is National North Carolina Day?

National North Carolina Day recognizes the 12th state to join the United States on September 28th of each year.

History Of National North Carolina 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.

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