Free Printable November 2019 Calendar

November is one of America’s favorite months. It marks the start of the holiday festivities that will span for the rest of the year. The month is packed with a lot of holiday shopping and traveling. In order to enjoy the holiday in a relaxed manner, you’ll need a November 2019 Calendar to plan all these activities.

November marks the beginning of the holiday season. It is once again that time of the year to reunite with your parents, siblings, uncles, aunts and the entire extended family. It is a month that often involves a lot of traveling. Also, there’s a lot of holiday shopping and planning that needs to get done. In order avoid the last minute rushes you’ll need to get a November 2019 calendar template for planning all this.

November 2019 Calendar

November 2019 Calendar

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November 2019 Calendar

Does your week start on Monday instead of Sunday. You can download the calendars to your computer and print our Monday calendar for November 2019 as and when required. It’s quick and easy.

November 2019 Printable Monday Calendar

November 2019 Printable Monday Calendar

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If you like to use a floral calendar in horizontal orientation, #wikicalendar can be the perfect choice for you. Here is your Free Printable November 2019 Floral Calendar with Holidays! The textured paper background plus the hand painted floral elements are pretty awesome. They will inspire you to have an amazing month ahead! November 2019 Floral Calendar templates are available in various formats including PDF and JPEG printable.

Free Printable November 2019 Floral Calendar with Holidays

Free Printable November 2019 Floral Calendar with Holidays

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Our November Calendar templates are designed to make your planning easier. By using them, you can balance all the holiday shopping and traveling with your regular school and work activities. This way you can enjoy the month’s holidays without any hitches.

November 2019 Calendar Printable

November 2019 Calendar Printable

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The November 2019 Calendar Printable templates come in various designs. There are both vertical and horizontal templates. The templates are also available in a wide array of colors and layouts. This way you can select one that suits your style and taste. Additionally, you can custom select the color of your template, and even edit its layout.

Blank November 2019 Calendar

Blank November 2019 Calendar

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For easier planning, the Blank November 2019 Calendar templates are available in various formats. There’s the monthly, weekly and daily schedule template. These come in handy in those busy sections of the month that require adherence to a tight schedule. Using these templates can help plan your day to the minute.

How do I print a calendar for November 2019?

All these November 2019 Calendar templates are available for free download and print as and when required on wiki calendar. And unlike other free templates, these do not contain any water markings or bold advertising text. You can get them in several formats of your choosing, including PDF and JPG printable formats.

November 2019 Calendar Template

November 2019 Calendar Template

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What is the month of November?

History of November

November is the eleventh month of the year. Its name stems from the Latin word “novem”, which means nine. This is because November was the ninth month of the year in the ancient Roman calendar, which started in March. It later became the eleventh month after the addition of January and February into the calendar.

11th Month in the Year

November marks the last month of Fall. The trees have already changed colors to a blend of yellow, orange and red. This forms amazing sceneries that draw people out for walks, hikes and other outdoor activities. The temperatures are slowly falling and leaves piling up in yards and gutters. All these are clear signals that winter is coming. But before that, there are several activities to look forward to in the month.

November 2019 calendar with holidays

What are the holidays in November 2019?

Date Day Holiday
November 1 Friday All Saints’ Day 2019
November 2 Saturday All Souls’ Day 2019
November 3 Sunday Daylight Saving Time ends 2019
November 3 Sunday New York City Marathon 2019
November 9 Saturday The Prophet’s Birthday 2019
November 10 Sunday Marine Corps Birthday 2019
November 11 Monday Veterans Day 2019
November 28 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2019
November 29 Friday State Holiday 2019
November 29 Friday Presidents’ Day 2019
November 29 Friday Lincoln’s Birthday/Lincoln’s Day 2019
November 29 Friday Day After Thanksgiving 2019
November 29 Friday Family Day 2019
November 29 Friday Acadian Day 2019
November 29 Friday Black Friday 2019
November 29 Friday American Indian Heritage Day 2019

Veterans Day in the United States

The United States of America celebrates Veterans Day every year on 11 November. People celebrate it in honor of military veterans.

What is the significance of Veterans Day in 2019?

Veterans day is the anniversary of signing of armistice. This signing marked the end of World War 1 bloodshed. Finally, the Allied nations and Germany said no to the bloodshed.
On this day, we say thanks to the veterans for their service. The contribution of veterans to this country is impeccable. One American has to understand the value of their service. It is only because of them that today we are living a happy and safe life.

Without this day youngsters will never know the true meaning of freedom. That is why Veterans Day has so much significance. Veterans Day is important to make people know about the true heroes of this nation. This day also reminds all us about the history of America. As an American citizen, we need to know about our history.
Military veterans played a very important role in all the wars. Thus, it becomes our duty to recognize their efforts. Veterans Day celebrations occur only for that. Especially the living veterans receive the honors on this day. A two minutes silence period is also held around 11 AM. It happens for those who have died.

What is the History of Veterans Day

An agreement between the allied nations and Germany came into effect on November 11 at the 11th hour in 1918. Earlier, Veterans Day was Armistice Day. November 11, 1919, was the first ever Armistice Day. Mr. Woodrow Wilson was the president of America in 1919. He announced that this day should be full of pride and honor for the people who have died in the nation’s service. We should also be thankful for the victory. There were plans for public meetings and parades also. Business activities were also stopped around 11 AM for a brief period.

There was an official recognition of the end of World War 1 in 1926 by the United States Congress. At the same time, Congress also made a request to the president to issue a proclamation about the Armistice Day. The request was to call all the officials to display the national flag on all Government buildings on November 11. One more request was to invite all the citizens to schools, churches or other relevant places to observe Armistice day celebrations.

An Act on May 13, 1938, made November 11 or Armistice day a legal holiday every year. This day was for the veterans of World War 1. But after a few years, America was in need of the largest military in their history for World war 2. This time American forces were fighting in Korea.

Veterans Service Organization suggested the Congress to convert the name Armistice to Veterans in 1954. It was because they wanted every veteran to receive honor and not only World War I veterans. On June 1, 1954, Armistice Day became Veterans Day. There was a try to move the Veterans Day to fourth Monday of October in 1968. It got approval too in 1971. But it caused a lot of confusion. Many states were still celebrating it on November 11. Hence, in 1975, President Ford signed a law which again moved Veterans day to November 11 starting from 1978. Until today, Americans celebrate it on November 11 every year.

What are the traditions of Veterans Day?

All the traditions related with Veterans Day are to honor the veteran military heroes of our nation. It is a day to say thanks to all the military personnel who were a part of at least one war. Primarily it is for the living veterans. There is a tradition to stay silent for two minutes around 11 AM for the veterans who have died. National Flag also hung at half-mast on this day in many places.

Many schools stay close on this day. Some schools which open organize special activities for the veterans. This way young students get to learn about the history of their nation. If November 11 falls on a weekday, then there is a tradition in many communities to celebrate it on the closest weekend. They do it so that more people can join the celebrations.

In Virginia, at Tomb of Unknowns in the Arlington National Cemetery, an annual wreath laying ceremony occurs. It happens on every Veterans Day. it is an official celebration. Parades and church prayers are the most common traditions of Veterans Day. All the Government offices stay close on November 11. In case it falls on a Saturday, then the off day is on the previous day, Friday and if it falls on Sunday then the off day is on the next day, Monday.

Veterans Day 2019 Calendar

Veterans Day 2019 Calendar

When is Veterans Day in 2019?

Like every other year since 1978, Veterans Day 2019 is on Monday, November 11, 2019. Last year it was on Sunday and hence the federal holiday was on 12 November 2018. Next year it will be on Wednesday. The day of week keeps on changing but the date remains constant.

November 11, 2019, is the second Monday of November. All the Government buildings will stay close on this day. Some schools will stay close. Remaining will organize events to recognize the contribution of Veterans in wars and the development of our nation. Non-Government organizations have their own choice whether to close or stay open on this day.

Dates for Veterans Day from 2016 to 2024

Date Day of the week Year
November 11, 2016 Friday Veterans Day 2016
November 11, 2017 Saturday Veterans Day 2017
November 11, 2018 Sunday Veterans Day 2018
November 11, 2019 Monday Veterans Day 2019
November 11, 2020 Wednesday Veterans Day 2020
November 11, 2021 Thursday Veterans Day 2021
November 11, 2022 Friday Veterans Day 2022
November 11, 2023 Saturday Veterans Day 2023
November 11, 2024 Monday Veterans Day 2024

What do people do on Veterans Day?

American citizens celebrate this day in various ways. Most of the working employees have an off day. All the federal workers receive a normal wage for this holiday. They have the choice to stay at home or enjoy the day out with their family. When the off day for Veterans Day is on a Friday or Monday, employees get an extended weekend and go out on trips to popular destinations.

Many people join the communities which celebrate Veterans Day. Many go to watch the parades. Some people visit schools or other places where Veterans Day events are going on to show their patriotism towards their nation. People also go to church in masses to pray and honor the veterans.

Thanksgiving Day in the United States

Thanksgiving Day comes on 4th Thursday of November every year. This year, it will be on 28 November 2019.

What is the significance of Thanksgiving Day in 2019?

Thanksgiving Day is a day off for the general population. All the government buildings, schools and most of the businesses stay close on this day. It is a day to give thanks for what you have for the people of the United States. This day teaches us a very important lesson that we should always be thankful for what we have. We shouldn’t feel sad for what we don’t have but feel fortunate for whatever God has gifted us with.

The significance of this day is so much because it brings families together even for one just day. People travel from far far away to join their families and have a get together meal. It is a special meal day for family and friends. Having roast turkey, potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, gravy, and vegetables for the meal is a Thanksgiving Day tradition in United States.

Many communities also do some social work. They offer free dinner to the poor and less fortunate peoples. Volunteering is also a common activity on this day. Parades are also an important part of this day. You can see parades across many towns and cities of the US.

What is the History of Thanksgiving Day?

The United States has been celebrating Thanksgiving Day as an annual holiday for more than 150 years now. Though its history goes way back to the seventeenth century, it was in 1863 when it became a public holiday. But, there are many people who don’t see Thanksgiving Day as a cause of celebration.

In September 1620, 120 passengers left Plymouth, England in a small ship ‘Mayflower’. They were on a journey to discover a new world. Their journey ended after 66 days. They arrived much far away from their planned destination ‘mouth of the Hudson River’. They were near the tip of the Cape Cod. After traveling for one more month, they started establishing a new village at Plymouth.

Half of the original passengers didn’t survive the first brutal winter and died of various diseases. The remaining half made an alliance with the native Americans in March. With their help, they began to harvest ashore. This alliance between European colonists and Native Americans is the only example of harmony between them.

In November 1621, the first corn harvest of the Pilgrims was successful. In honor of this success, Governor William Bradford ordered to organize a 3 days celebration feast. People now remember that feast as the First-Ever Thanksgiving Day of America.

Many historians argue that the Pilgrims had their first Thanksgiving in 1623. It’s because the Pilgrims also had a celebration in 1623 when a long drought was ended by the rain. Thanksgiving became a lot more common in the late 1600s. It became an annual event as people had thanksgivings after the harvest.

The first president of America, George Washington, officially announced the first Thanksgiving in 1789. In 1863, it became a public holiday. Since then, people have a day off on this day and everybody celebrate it with their friends and family.

What are the traditions of Thanksgiving Day?

People celebrate this day in many different fashions. It is a day to say thanks for what we have. This day has roots in cultural and religious traditions. But, nowadays, people celebrate it in a secular style also. The primary traditions generally include having special meals and thanking God for whatever we have through prayers.

Roast Turkey, Stuffing, vegetables, potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie are the special meals cooked on this day by families around the country. Friends and family get together is a very common tradition. Whole family or group of friends sit together to finish the special meal. Pie is also served after the meal in dessert as a part of the tradition. Popular pie flavors are Apple, pumpkin, sweet potato, and pecan.

People who live far away from their families travel long distances to meet their family on this occasion. One can easily consider thanksgiving day as one of the busiest days of whole year in terms of traveling. All the roads are full and public transits are also not on time. The best thing about this day is the time that we spend with our family.

Thanksgiving Day 2019 Calendar

Thanksgiving Day 2019 Calendar

When is Thanksgiving Day in 2019?

Basically, Thanksgiving Day comes on the 4th Thursday of November every year. Thanksgiving Day 2019 is on Thursday, November 28, 2019. Last year, it was on 22 November 2018. Next year, it will be on 26 November 2020. Day of the week always remains the same that is Thursday. Date keep on changing between the dates from 22 November to 28 November. It is always in the fourth week of November.

The following day of Thanksgiving Day is Black Friday. Black Friday is a public holiday in more than twenty states. This gives the people living in these states a very long weekend. Employees go on trips to their favorite destinations to enjoy the long weekend. People who work away from home visit their families to celebrate the festival.

Dates for Thanksgiving Day from 2016 to 2024

Date Day of the week Year
November 24, 2016 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2016
November 23, 2017 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2017
November 22, 2018 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2018
November 28, 2019 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2019
November 26, 2020 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2020
November 25, 2021 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2021
November 24, 2022 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2022
November 23, 2023 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2023
November 28, 2024 Thursday Thanksgiving Day 2024

What do people do?

The most common thing that people certainly do on this day is spending time with the family. Many employees go on trips as well. They get a long weekend of 4 days because of Black Friday on the very next day. Highways are generally full of vehicles on this day and public transits are also full of people. It’s because almost everyone travels on this day to meet their family after a long time.

The whole family eats a special dinner on this day. Turkey gets very popular as almost every family eats roast turkey on this day. Vegetarian families serve vegetarian dinner and therefore they make vegetarian Turkey out of Tofu. Pie is also served after the meal as a dessert.

One of the common activity on this day is Volunteering. Many communities provide free food to the poor. You can also see parades in many towns and cities on this day. Also, many people watch the Thanksgiving day parade live on TV.

Black Friday in the United States

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday is the biggest day of the year for retailers and buyers. It is a day when people can spend as much as they want in stores without feeling guilty or ashamed. This day informally ushers in the Christmas season across America, Canada and the rest of the world.

Black Friday is also the Friday that follows Thanksgiving Day in the United States. It is a public holiday in at least 20 states. Businesses may stay closed if their owners so choose. Schools and Universities remain closed during the Thanksgiving weekend. Young people celebrate this holiday by making discount purchases of their favourite brands from their favourite retail outlets.

Significance of Black Friday 2019

What makes Black Friday so significant anyway? Different people view this day differently. To the retailers and small business owners, it is all about Sales, Sales, Sales. Many businesses love Black Friday. They get to offer discounts and make huge sales to close the year out.

Retailers offer special promotions and discounts at their stores. These are a way of getting customers in, hoping they will buy higher-margin products as well. This tactic ordinarily works. Buyers believe that they are saving on every item and buy products that have high margins. This is an advantage to the seller.

Many stores stay open during Thanksgiving day itself. Some open at midnight after Thanksgiving day. They capture eager customers who have spent time waiting for the first chance at huge juicy bargains and discounts. Many people queue waiting for the doors to open just to get a chance at these savings.

Buyers love Black Friday because they get to buy their products they want at rock-bottom services. They get many expensive and rare items at bargains. These products range from personal and home electronics like smartphones and TVs to clothes and shoes. Many buyers have ended up as bargain chasers, camping outside stores for days waiting for them to open.

Black Friday usually sees its fair share of craziness. Shoppers often storm retail stores, engaging in unusual activities. In 1983, shoppers got into fistfights, stampedes and scuffles for limited supply Cabbage Patch Kids dolls.

In 2013, a worker at a big store was unfortunately trampled to death. Black Friday shoppers stormed into the retailer store to make purchases. Black Friday, however, remains as a favourite holiday for the average American, as the day itself signals the beginning of the winter holidays.

History of Black Friday

“Black” typically refers to bad events that occur on a single day. Black Friday was no exception, at least initially. In 1869, two cold-blooded Wall Street Financers, Jay Gould and Jim Fisk conspired to purchase the nation’s gold. They intended to hoard it and drive the price up. They wanted to resell it later for incredible profits. When their conspiracy fell apart, the stock market crashed, bankrupting everyone.

The Philadelphia Police Department was the first to use the term “Black Friday”. They used it to refer to the day after Thanksgiving. Philadelphia experienced huge traffic jams and crowded sidewalks making it difficult for people to move around. It wasn’t initially a term of endearment but rather a name to express displeasure.

The way the colour “black” was associated with the Friday after Thanksgiving hurt retailers’ businesses. They were heavily dependent on the increase in sales over the period following the Thanksgiving holiday. Therefore, they decided to associate it with something much closer to their hearts, their books of account.

Since then, Black Friday is associated with an old accounting practice of reporting profits in black ink and losses in red. Retail businesses have spent the whole year “in the red”. Black Friday sees them making profits, or be “in the black”. On Black Friday, many retailers making marginal sales and earnings over the year seize their opportunity. They push to get their profits “in the black” before the year ends.

Traditions of Black Friday

Many families in America have their own unique Black Friday Traditions. American families take this day seriously. Some families come up with plans to raid their favourite retail stores and grab their favourite brands before anyone else can.

Here are 4 of the most notable Traditions:

• Many families take the day off to spend on a meal at a restaurant as a treat. This is often in a new restaurant for a full course meal. Surprisingly, other families take that day out to binge eat in between their shopping activities.

• Some families avoid any shopping activities on Black Friday. These families prefer to stay at home and spend time together. They prefer to avoid commotion with rest of the people at shopping centres. Others prefer to make their purchases online and have their products delivered to them.

• Many people take Black Friday as an opportunity to buy their family members and friend Christmas gifts early. Taking this opportunity is clever. They get to avoid purchasing these gifts at higher prices. They also get to buy thoughtful gifts.

• Many families head to the movies on Black Friday. Many blockbuster movies feature at major cinemas during this period, most of which are family-oriented.

Black Friday 2019 Calendar

Black Friday 2019 Calendar

When is Black Friday 2019?

Black Friday 2019 is on Friday, November 29, 2019. As expected, many stores will be open at midnight after Thanksgiving.Sales will continue throughout the weekend into Cyber Monday. Others will make pre-black Friday sales on Thanksgiving afternoon in their stores. Online stores will also get a slice of the sales pie. These stores will begin Black Friday sales as early as possible while making deliveries on the D-day itself.

Dates for Black Friday from 2016 to 2024

Date Day of the week Year
November 25, 2016 Friday Black Friday 2016
November 24, 2017 Friday Black Friday 2017
November 23, 2018 Friday Black Friday 2018
November 29, 2019 Friday Black Friday 2019
November 27, 2020 Friday Black Friday 2020
November 26, 2021 Friday Black Friday 2021
November 25, 2022 Friday Black Friday 2022
November 24, 2023 Friday Black Friday 2023
November 29, 2024 Friday Black Friday 2024

Why is it called Black Friday?

Nobody knows why it is called Black Friday. Many attempts have been made to reconcile this. As mentioned earlier in this post, many people believe it is called Black Friday because of the old bookkeeping tale. According to this tale, on Black Friday, many retailers get to write their financial returns “in the black.” This meaning endears Black Friday to retail sellers. To other people, it is called Black Friday because of the opportunity it brings. An opportunity to spend time with family and friends. An opportunity to enjoy discounts on everything. An opportunity to show love and give gifts.

In conclusion, November is the month that kicks off the holiday celebrations. It is a month that involves a lot of traveling to visit family members and a lot of holiday shopping. These activities can easily become overwhelming, especially if not planned for. The best way to avoid letting such errands ruin your holiday is by scheduling all your activities. And there’s no better way to do it than on a beautiful wiki calendar november 2019 template.


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