2009 Monthly Calendar - Holidays

 
 


This 2011 monthly calendar has federal and customary dates as well as religious celebrations.
Free calendar here can easily be printed from the link below. It's a .PDF file
This free calendar is a horizontal 2011 monthly calendar.

There is a list below and a print link to the 2011 calendar.

   

Free 2011 Monthly Calendar with holidays in a wonderful free printable .PDF file download here
This calendar starts with January 2011 - through December 2011.

  • January 1 - New Years Day
  • January 17 - MLK Day
  • February 2 - Groundhog Day
  • Bebruary 3 - Chinese New Year
  • February 14 - Valentine's Day
  • February 12 Lincoln's Birthday
  • February 21 - Washingon's B'day
  • March 8 - Mardi Gras
  • March 13 - Daylight Savings begins
  • March 17 - St. Patricks Day
  • March 20 -Spring Begins
  • April 1 - April Fools Day
  • April 2 - Good Friday
  • April 15 - Taxes Due unless Congress authorizes a change.
    If you need an extension, the form you need to use is the Form 4868 download it here
  • April 20 - Holocaust Remembrance
  • April 22 - Earth Day
  • April 24 - Easter
  • April 29, Arbor Day
  • May - 5 Cinco De Mayo
  • May 8 - Mother's Day
  • May 20 Armed Forces Day
  • May 30 - Memorial Day
  • June 14 - U. S. Flag Day
  • June 19 - Juneteenth
  • June 19 - Father's Day
  • June - 21 Summer Begins
  • July 1 - Canada Day
  • July 4 - U.S. Independance Day
  • September 5 - Labor Day
  • September - 11 -Grandparents day - begins National Assisted Living Week
  • September 11 Patriots Day
  • September - 23 Autumn Begins
  • October 10 - Columbus Day - Thanksgiving Day (Canada)
  • October 31 - Halloween
  • November 1 - All Saints Day (Daylight Savings Ends)
  • November 8 - Election Day US
  • November 11 - Veterans Day (Rememberance Day Canada)
  • November 24 - Thanksgiving USA
  • December 20 - Chanukah
  • December 22 - Winter Begins _Winter Solstice - shortest day of the year
  • December 24 - Christmas Eve
  • December 25 - Christmas Day
  • December 26 - Kwanzaa begins
  • December 31 - New Years EveĀ 

    this is the end of the list of dates of holidays in USA

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