Nation Delaware Day is celebrated on the 13th of July. This day is celebrated to honor the spirit of the beautiful countryside, Delaware, that was the first ever state of the United States to gain independence from the British rule. The first ever constitution of Delaware was created in 1776 when 13 other colonies gained independence from the British rule in America. Delaware is one of the 50 states of America located in the mid-Atlantic region. The day was first celebrated on the 13th of July 2017.
How to observe it?
National days hold a very dear place in the hearts of the nation especially when they are linked to something historical. Celebrate the day by exploring the history of the state, ask your elders about the Independence Day history or go to the libraries to dig up information on how the state declared independence and took the first step towards freedom. Tell the tales about the heroic acts of the soldiers and the people to your kids and family. Get to know the beautiful people of the state and enjoy some fun times with them. Share the details of the day with your social media buddies using #nationaldelawareday and let them know about the history of the day as well.