July 2 commemorates the supposed UFO crash in Roswell on July 2, 1947.
Some celebrate UFO day on June 24 which is the date that aviator Kenneth Arnold reported what is said to be the first unidentified flying object sighting in the United States. He reported several disk shaped objects flying at incredible speed. Somehow the description changed from flying discs to flying saucers.
The World UFO Day website says the whole point of World UFO day is to celebrate the existence of UFO’s and extra terrestrial life.
Having never seen a flying saucer nor met an extra terrestrial being I won’t be celebrating.
Although I have met several people who may have looked and acted like beings from another world, I’m sure they were not extra terrestrial.
Also, I prefer to use the term flying saucer rather than UFO. Calling them flying saucers puts them in a more humorous category in my mind which is how I think of these unidentified things said to be flying about the sky.
Someday I may actually see a flying saucer. Until then I remain a skeptic.
Since I have admitted to being a flying saucer skeptic I may as well also admit to being a Sasquatch (bigfoot, yeti) skeptic. I will remain a bigfoot skeptic until one is found dead or alive.