Seven Sleeping Day in Latvia
Seven Sleeping Day in Latvia is held on July 27. Septinu guletaju diena has been celebrated since 1907. According to legend dating back to the 5th century, under King Decius, during the persecution of Christians, young Christians hid in a cave in Ephesus. After about 200 years they woke up to continue their missionary work. This event in the third decade of the month july is annual.
Occupation of the Latvian Republic Day on June 17 (Latvia. It commemorates the Soviet occupation of Latvia in 1940);
Fire Day in Latvia on August 10 (Labrenca diena. Labrensis in Latvian tradition is called a fireman);
Independence Day of Latvia on August 21 (from the Soviet Union in 1991);
Father's Day in Ukraine and Latvia on September 20 (celebrated on the third Sunday in September);
Teacher's Day on October 4 (Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Ukraine; celebrated on the first Sunday of October);
Martini in Latvia on November 10 ("St. Martin" marks the beginning of winter and the end of a busy season)