National Hammock Day 2018 – July 22

Hammock is a symbol of summer and relaxation. The day is celebrated annually on the 22nd of July. Hammock is a sling that is made out of fabric, net or rope which is suspended between two trees or any anchor points. The origin of hammock goes back to ancient Mayans of Central and South America. They used it for sleeping. Later they were used by sailors to add more comfort and then by mothers to contain babies. People today use hammocks on their camping trips as they are luxurious, easy to carry and take up less space. According to some people, the best way to spend the dog days of summer is in a hammock under a shady tree because according to them there is no better way to relax than slinging on a hammock.

National Hammock Day
National Hammock Day is celebrated on July 22nd of every year.

How to observe it?

The best way to celebrate the national hammock day is by going on a camping trip with your family and friends and enjoying a relaxed and stress-free sleep on a hammock under a cool shady tree in the middle of nowhere. You can also try to make your own hammock at home using knitting material or sewing kit of any kind. Capture your hammock day moments and post them on social media.

Summary
Event
National Hammock Day
Location
United States of America,
Starting on
July 22, 2018
Ending on
July 22, 2018
Description
It is celebrated each year on the 22nd of July. The best way to celebrate the national hammock day is by going on a camping trip with your family and friends and enjoying a relaxed and stress-free sleep on a hammock under a cool shady tree in the middle of nowhere.

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