30+ Blissful Illustrations for National Grandparents Day
Grandparents' Day is a secular holiday celebrated in various countries. It is officially recognized in certain countries and occurs on different days of the year, either as a holiday or as a separate grandmother's day and grandfather's day.
In at least some states of Australia, Grandparent's Day is celebrated annually, on the last Sunday in October.
In Brazil, Grandparents' Day (Portuguese: Dia dos avós) is celebrated on July 26.
In Germany, Grandmothers' Day was established in 2010 and is celebrated on the second Sunday in October.
In Mexico, Grandparents' Day (Spanish: Día del Abuelo) is celebrated on August 28.
Singapore started celebrating Grandparents' Day in 1979, a year after the U.S. started. It is celebrated on the fourth Sunday in November.
In Portugal, Grandparents' Day (Portuguese: Dia dos avós) is celebrated on July 26.
In Spain, Grandparents' Day (Spanish: Día de los abuelos y las abuelas) is celebrated on July 26, the feast day of Saint Joachim and Saint Anne, parents of Mary, the mother of Jesus.
The four-leaf clover is a rare variation of the common three-leaf clover. According to traditional superstition, such clovers bring good luck, though it is not clear when or how this superstition began.