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Moon phases calendar for March 2020
One lunar month consists of 29 or 30 days. One lunar month completes after the moon completes its orbit around the Earth going through the four primary phases. These four primary phases are 1st quarter, Full moon, 3rd quarter, and New moon. In March 2020, the 1st quarter phase of the moon will be visible on 2 March. After that, Full moon on 9 March, 3rd quarter on 16 march and finally the new moon on 24 March.
What is the month of March?
Naming of March
March is the 3rd month of calendar in both Gregorian and Julian calendar. In the Roman calendar, its name was Martius. It was the 1st month of year in the earliest Roman calendar. March got its name from the Roman God of war, Mars.
Martius was the first month of calendar until 153 BC. There are many cultures which still celebrate the new year in March. Maaliskuu is the Finnish name of March. It is Marche in Middle English while Martius in old English.
History of March
Originally, March was the 1st month of Roman calendars. Later, when January & February became the first two months of year, March became the 3rd month of year. March got its name from Mars (Roman God of war). The previous name of March was Martius. Martius was the 1st month of the calendar approximately until 153 BC.
Many religious observances in the first few days of this month were new year celebrations at that time. Till today, there are some places where new year celebrations occur in the month of March. While in the
Gregorian calendar, new year is on 1 January.
The March equinox or Vernal comes in this month on 19, 20, or 21 March. In the olden times, March was also the month when wars would resume again after the winter season. It was around 700 BCE when January Calendar became the 1st month of year. New Year shifted from March to 1 January. But still, some people celebrate the new year in March.
Ancient Roman festivals of March are Agonium Martiale, Matronalia, Junonalia, Equirria, Mamuralia, Hilaria, Argei, Liberalia and Bacchanalia, Quinquatria, and Tubilustrium. Roman calendar dates of these festivals don’t match with Gregorian calendar dates.
Third month in the year
March is the 3rd month of calendar. In the earliest Roman calendars, it was the 1st month of the year. But then, January and February were added to the calendar as the starting two months. Therefore, March shifted below to become the 3rd month of the year. But there are still some places where new year celebrations occur in March.
It has 31 days. There are seven months in a year which have 31 days. It is the second month with 31 days after January. March starts on the 60th day of the year in normal year. While in leap years, it starts on the 61st day.
September is the seasonal equivalent of March in the opposite hemisphere. Spring starts in March in the Northern hemisphere while it is the first month of autumn or fall in the opposite hemisphere.
Earlier, March was the time of the year when wars resumed after the winter season. Today, March has many important holidays associated with it. St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most popular observances of March every year. March is also National Umbrella Month.
March starts on same day of week as February and November. It ends on same of week as June. This only applies to common years and not the leap years. Daffodil or Jonquil is the birth flower of March. Daffodils are a symbol of regard. Aquamarine and Bloodstone are the birthstones for March. They are a symbol of courage.
Zodiac signs of March are Pisces and Aries. Pisces is from 20 Feb to 20 March while Aries is from March 21 to April 20. Name of March in Middle English is Marche. In Latin, it is Martius mensis.
March equinox occurs in the month of March on 19, 20, or 21 March. March equinox is the moment when Sun crosses the equator. It happens twice a year. Once in March and then again in September. During the March equinox time, the day and night are almost equal.
What are the holidays in March 2020?
|March 1||Sunday||St. David’s Day 2020|
|March 2||Monday||Texas Independence Day 2020|
|March 2||Monday||Casimir Pulaski Day 2020|
|March 2||Monday||Read Across America Day 2020|
|March 3||Tuesday||Town Meeting Day 2020|
|March 6||Friday||Employee Appreciation Day 2020|
|March 8||Sunday||Daylight Saving Time starts 2020|
|March 9||Monday||Holi 2020|
|March 10||Tuesday||Purim 2020|
|March 17||Tuesday||St. Patrick’s Day 2020|
|March 17||Tuesday||Evacuation Day 2020|
|March 19||Thursday||March Equinox 2020|
|March 22||Sunday||Isra and Mi’raj 2020|
|March 25||Wednesday||Maryland Day 2020|
|March 26||Thursday||Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day 2020|
|March 29||Sunday||National Vietnam War Veterans Day 2020|
|March 30||Monday||Seward’s Day 2020|
|March 31||Tuesday||César Chávez Day 2020|
St. Patrick’s Day in the United States
St. Patrick’s Day celebrations occur on 17 March every year. Americans remember the Irish patron saint, St. Patrick on this day.
What is the significance of St. Patrick’s Day?
St. Patrick’s Day is a very significant festival especially for the Irish people living in America. This day remembers Ireland’s patron saint, St. Patrick. The celebrations of this day occur in an Irish-American cultural way. Its celebrations occur on 17 March every year. 17 March is the traditional death date of St. Patrick. He was Ireland’s foremost patron saint.
This day also commemorates the arrival of Christianity in the country of Ireland. On this day, people celebrate Irish heritage and culture. Though it is not a legal holiday in the United States still its celebrations occur with great zeal and joy throughout the nation.
The celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day include religious events, prominent displays of green color, parades and alcohol consumption in abundance. Americans and Irish-Americans have been celebrating this day in North America since the late eighteenth century.
St. Patrick’s Day is a federal holiday in just a few states of America. But its celebrations happen all over the country. Savannah, Suffolk County, Georgia, and Massachusetts is where it is a federal holiday. In Massachusetts, its celebration occurs alongside Evacuation Day.
What is the history of St. Patrick’s Day?
This day observes the death of Ireland’s foremost patron saint, Saint Patrick. Today, people celebrate it to recognize the Irish culture through parades, special foods, dancing, music, lot of green and drinking. St. Patrick died in the 5th century. Irish people have been celebrating St. Patrick’s Day as a religious holiday for over a thousand years.
St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain. He came to Ireland as a slave who was kidnapped from his town. He was only 16 years old at that time. St. Patrick escaped but later returned back to Ireland again. Irish credit him for bringing Christianity in Ireland. As per popular beliefs, St. Patrick’s death happened on 17 March 461. A popular legend of St. Patrick is that he only used native Irish clover’s or shamrock’s three leaves to explain the holy trinity.
Saint Patrick’s Day became an official feast day in America in the 17th century. Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Lutheran Church, and Anglican Communion made it an official Christian feast day in the 17th century. Therefore, its been more than three centuries Americans are celebrating this day. Irish-American immigrants were the one who brought this day to America.
The first-ever public celebration of St. Patrick’s Day occurred in 1737 in Boston, Massachusetts. It was the first time, the whole United States was celebrating this day. Also, there occurred a popular event in the year 1780. General G. Washington commanded the soldiers of Irish origin in 1780 and gave them a holiday on 17 March. Today, people know this event as St. Patrick’s Day Encampment. Now people celebrate it on 17 March of every year in America and other countries.
What are the Traditions of St. Patrick’s Day?
Primary traditions of this day include organizing Irish theme parties, special foods, and heavy drinking. The green color is also a symbol of this day. Therefore, many people dress up in green colors and get into the spirit of this festival. Many people eat only green foods also on this day.
Some places organize large street parades also on this day in America. These places include Savannah, Chicago, Boston, Houston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Denver, Toronto, New York, and many others.
St. Patrick’s Day is a festival which Americans and Irish-Americans have been celebrating for more than 3 centuries. In 2020, it will be on 17 March just like every year. Evacuation Day also falls on the same day in 2020. Though St. Patrick’s Day is not a public holiday some schools and businesses may stay closed on this day due to Evacuation Day.
Irish theme pubs and clubs organize special parties just for this day. They may also offer special deals to celebrate this day. Consumption of alcohol in abundance is also a St. Patrick’s Day tradition. Many towns dye the water green in public places to recognize St. Patrick’s Day. Green Chicago River has been the most notable dyed water body. It was dyed green in 2005.
When is St. Patrick’s Day in 2020?
St. Patrick’s Day 2020 is on Tuesday, March 17. St. Patrick’s Day celebrations occur on 17 March every year. The day of week of this day’s observance keeps on changing every year while the date remains the same. In 2019, it fell on Sunday while in 2020 it will be on Tuesday.
Evacuation Day is also on the same day in 2020. Though, schools and other government organizations don’t have any holiday for St. Patrick’s Day but they might stay close because of the Evacuation day celebrations in some states.
This day doesn’t cause many disruptions in traffic and public transit generally runs smoothly. The only disruption in traffic is caused because of the St. Patrick’s Day parades. This generally happens in areas with a good population of Irish-American citizens.
Sometimes Catholic Church authorities may also move St. Patrick’s Day to some other day in case it coincides with some other festival. In 1940, the Catholic Church moved it because it was falling on the same day as Palm Sunday. Then again in 2008, they moved it because it was falling on the same day as Holy Monday. Holy Monday is last Monday before Easter Sunday.
Dates for St. Patrick’s Day from 2016 to 2024
|Date||Day of the week||Year|
|March 17, 2016||Thursday||St. Patrick’s Day 2016|
|March 17, 2017||Friday||St. Patrick’s Day 2017|
|March 17, 2018||Saturday||St. Patrick’s Day 2018|
|March 17, 2019||Sunday||St. Patrick’s Day 2019|
|March 17, 2020||Tuesday||St. Patrick’s Day 2020|
|March 17, 2021||Wednesday||St. Patrick’s Day 2021|
|March 17, 2022||Thursday||St. Patrick’s Day 2022|
|March 17, 2023||Friday||St. Patrick’s Day 2023|
|March 17, 2024||Sunday||St. Patrick’s Day 2024|
What do you do on St. Patrick’s day?
The most common thing to do for people to celebrate this day is dancing and drinking in Irish theme parties. Lots of Irish-Americans consume alcohol in abundance because it is also a part of the tradition. Many people put on Green clothes and eat only green foods because the green color is a symbol of St. Patrick’s Day.
Many Irish-Americans visit the Irish theme clubs and pubs because they offer special deals on this day. Though St. Patrick’s day is not a federal holiday still many people celebrate it with great zeal and joy. Students and Employees go to Schools and their companies respectively because all schools and businesses stay open on this day.
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