September 17, 1787. A pretty good day in US history. It was on this date that the U. S. Constitution was completed and signed. 55 men were involved altogether, including the writing and signing. (It's worth noting that nearly all were active members of Christian denominations, for those who say Christians have had nothing to offer...) That makes today the 226th anniversary of that wonderful day. So Happy Constitution Day.
You can celebrate in any number of ways. You can find some of the online resources that give some basic information, fun facts, etc. about our Constitution. (here or here for example)
You can read the Constitution. It's one of the suggested ideas in the links above, and would be a good idea for every American. It would be especially good for those serving in any branch of government, since so many seem to have never seen it before.
Speaking of which, one way we could celebrate is to look back over the last few years and enumerate the various ways the Federal Government has violated the Constitution. That would be a fun and educational experience, I'm sure.
You could also celebrate Constitution Day by going right now and joining the Constitution Party. That way, you're already set for the next election cycle to try and restore our nation to its founding documents (a pipe dream, I know).
Or you can simply do what the framers and signers of this grand, historical document did on a regular basis. Get down on your knees and thank God for His generous blessings to this nation and seek His guidance for its future. While it may be a radical concept to many today, it was common practice (and common sense) to our founding fathers.
But however you celebrate, you should celebrate. This document, if you are an American, is why you have the freedoms you have, including the reading of this post right now. So remind yourself of this important part of our heritage. Happy Constitution Day!