Bacon Day is an official observance held on the Saturday before Labor Day in the United States. (Labor Day is traditionally the first Monday of September). This year is it celebrated August 31. The first Annual Bacon Day was held about 2005. It's celebrated by having a bacon party and eating bacon in every way imaginable.
Did you know that bacon is a cut of meat taken from the sides,
belly, or back of a pig, then cured, smoked, or both? Meat from
other animals, such as cow, lamb, chicken, goat, or turkey, may also
be cut, cured, or otherwise prepared to resemble bacon, and may even
be referred to as "bacon" too, although this is just wrong.
Wikipedia says "Bacon Day is the traditional day on which bacon
lovers express bacon mania. This is typically exhibited during
social gatherings during which participants create and consume
creative dishes containing bacon, including breakfasts, lunches,
dinners and desserts. All are welcome at a standard Bacon Day
celebration, even vegetarians, with consumption of soy bacon or
turkey bacon encouraged for inclusiveness."
Last year Bacon Day was celebrated in the US, Australia, Canada,
South Africa, Switzerland, the UK, and more.