June opened with a flurry of events all leading up to the fifth, which was to be a packed day. From the first to the fourth: Baptist Day, Alameda City Day, International Conference of Women Workers to Promote Peace Day, American Library Association Day and Commonwealth Club of California Day kept the Exposition goers interested and educated.
June 5th was a historic Day for Denmark as the vote was given to all men and women. This event coincided (probably by no coincidence) with the beginning of Denmark week at the Expo. The opening ceremonies included a parade, speeches and a production of the Danish play “Elveroj”.