National May Ray Day
National May Day Day is celebrated on May 19 of every year. National May Ray Day is a day to enjoy some time under the sun. According to meteorologists, May is the last month of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and it is the time when the temperatures start to rise. National May Ray is the day to come out of the home and to spend some time under the Sun’s rays.
“If you want to shine like a sun, first burn like a sun.” – A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
History of National May Ray Day
In 1977, the Broadway Fun Sport of St. Joseph, Michigan created the National May Ray Day. Richard Ankli was the first person to came up with the idea of May Ray Day in honour of his Brother Ray who was born on May 19. The month of May is the best time of the year to get some sunshine before the temperature gets too hot. However, May is the last month of the Autumn season in Southern Hemisphere. If you live below the Equator, then observe the National May Ray Day by spending some time under the sun before the temperature falls.
Other Celebrations on May 19
May 19 is also celebrated as
- World Whisky Day
- International Plant a Lemon Tree Day
- World Fiddle Day
- National Learn to Swim Day
- Armed Forces Day
How to Celebrate National May Ray Day
The best way to celebrate the National May Ray Day is by getting out of the home and spending some time under the sun rays in the morning or evening time. Spending some time under the sun rays has health benefits too. Sun Rays at the time of early morning and late evening are rich in Vitamin D. Post picture and share your thoughts on social media about National May Ray Day by using the hashtag #MayRayDay.