June Solstice in 2023 marks the beginning of summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of winter in the Southern Hemisphere. There are -171 days left for June Solstice this year.
The June Solstice, also known as the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, is a significant event that occurs every year in American Samoa and around the world. It marks the beginning of summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of winter in the Southern Hemisphere.
The June Solstice occurs when the Earth's axis is tilted closest to the sun, resulting in the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and the shortest day of the year in the Southern Hemisphere. It is a time of renewal and growth, and it is celebrated in many cultures and traditions.
In American Samoa, the June Solstice is an important time of year. The island is located close to the equator, and its climate is characterized by warm temperatures and high humidity. The Solstice marks the beginning of the hot and humid season, and it is a time when many people begin to prepare for the coming months.
The June Solstice is also a time of celebration and reflection in American Samoa. Many people observe the Solstice by attending religious services or participating in traditional ceremonies. Some may also use the Solstice as a time to set goals or intentions for the coming season.
Overall, the June Solstice is an important event in American Samoa and around the world. It is a time to celebrate the renewal and growth of the natural world, and to prepare for the changes and opportunities of the coming season.
|Year||Week Day||Date||Holiday Name||Holiday Type|
|2019||Friday||June 21, 2019||June Solstice||Season|
|2020||Saturday||June 20, 2020||June Solstice||Season|
|2021||Sunday||June 20, 2021||June Solstice||Season|
|2022||Monday||June 20, 2022||June Solstice||Season|
|2023||Wednesday||June 21, 2023||June Solstice||Season|
|2024||Thursday||June 20, 2024||June Solstice||Season|
|2025||Friday||June 20, 2025||June Solstice||Season|