Flag Day, celebrated on June 14th each year, is a day dedicated to the American flag.
It commemorates the adoption of the flag by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777. Flag Day is an opportunity for Americans to reflect on the importance of the flag and what it represents. It is a day to honor the history, traditions, and sacrifices associated with the American flag.
On Flag Day, many communities hold parades, ceremonies, and other events to celebrate the flag.
It is a time for Americans to come together and show their patriotism and pride. It is also a day to educate people about the history and symbolism of the flag, ensuring that future generations understand the significance of this iconic symbol.