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September is the ninth month in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars, as well as being one of four months with a length of 30 days. "Thirty Days, has September, April, June and November…….." Without the song I won't remember.......
September in the Southern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent of March in the Northern Hemisphere. In the North, the meteorological Autumn is the first of September, whereas south of the Equator it is Spring.
In Latin, septem means "seven" and septimus means "seventh"; September was, in fact, the seventh month of the Roman Calendar until 153 BC when the first month changed from Kalendas Martius (March) to Kalendas Januarius (January). It is also the seventh month of the Astrological calendar, which begins with March/Mars/Aries. The full-moon can be viewed on the 12th.
September begins on the same day of the week as December every year, because there are 91-days separating September and December, which is a multiple of seven. No other month ends on the same day of the week as September in any year.
North of the Equator, September, or close to it, is the start of the Academic Year. The Astrological Signs are: Virgo: August 23 - September 22, Libra: September 23 - October 22. The Birthstone is Sapphire (a lovely color of blue) and the flowers are three types, Forget-me-Not, Morning Glory and the Aster. Ironically, my youngest sister was born in September and her very favorite flower as a child was the Morning Glory. I didn't find out until much later in life that The Morning Glory was, indeed, a flower of September.
Classical Music Month
Hispanic Heritage Month
Fall Hat Month
International Square Dancing Month
National Blueberry-Popsicle Month
National Courtesy Month
National Piano Month
Baby Safety Month
Little League Month
Self Improvement Month
Better Breakfast Month
Other Foods Include: Apples, Chili Peppers and Figs, California Wild Rice, Low-Fat Pizza, Fruits and Veggies, Mushrooms, Prime Beef, Rice, Passion Fruit, Peaches, Peas, Radishes, Waffles, Whole-Grains, Oatmeal, Salami, Date Nut Bread, Chocolate Milk Shakes, Fortune Cookies, Peanuts, Cream-Filled Donuts, Cheeseburgers, Apple Dumplings, Butterscotch Pudding, Cherries Jubilee and Organic Harvesting
Self-University Week ~ 1st through 7th
International Enthusiasm Week ~ 1st through 10th
Historically Black Colleges and Universities ~ 4th through 10th
Suicide Prevention Week ~ 4th through 10th
Payroll Week ~ 4th through 10th
Play Days ~ 6th through 10th
Popeye Week ~ 9th through 11th (don't ask)
Line Dance Week ~ 12th through 17th
Deaf Awareness Week ~ 18th through 24th
Clean Hands Week ~ 18th through 24th
Prostate Cancer Awareness Week ~ 18th through 24th
Singles Week ~ 18th through 24th
Pollution Prevention Week 18th through 24th
Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week ~ 18th through 24th
Tolkien Week ~ 18th - 24th
Dog Week ~ 19th through 25th
Keep Kids Creative Week ~ 25th through October 1st
Fall Astronomy Week ~ 26th through October 2nd
Remember to Register to Vote Week ~ 27th through October 2nd
International-WIDE DATES OF INDEPENDENCE FOR SEPTEMBER
1st ~ Eritrea
1st ~ Uzbekistan
7th ~ Brazil
16th ~ Mexico
18th ~ Chile
18th ~ Shenyang Incident ~ September 18, 1931
19th ~ Saint Kitts and Nevis
25th ~ Mozambique (Revolution Day)
HOLIDAYS, EVENTS AND/OR AWARENESS per Day
September 1, 2011 ~ No Rhyme (Nor Reason) Day
September 2, 2011 ~ VJ Day ~ The formal surrender ceremony officially ending WWII.
September 3, 2011 ~ International Skyscraper Day ~ The link lists 10 of the tallest skyscrapers in the International, along with the location, height and the year built.
September 4, 2011
~ International Newspaper Carrier Day ~
~ Father's Day (first Sunday in September) for Australia and New Zealand.
September 5, 2011
~ Labor Day in the United States and Canada ~ The date changes each year since it falls on the first Monday of September
~ Be Late for Something Day ~ that would be easy for me…. if seems that I'm always late…. for something
September 6, 2011
~ Fight Procrastination Day ~ nah… I would rather wait and do it tomorrow….
~ Read a Book Day ~ Just in case you haven't had a chance to read a book up until now…..
September 7, 2011
~ Google(™) Commemoration Day ~ The Day Google(™) was Founded…. without search engines, where would we be
~ Grandma Moses Day ~ And how many of you do not know who Grandma Moses is???? If she were alive today, she would probably just love deviantART
~ Neither Snow nor Rain Day ~ Amazingly, this day isn't about good weather, but is the motto for the United States Postal Service. This Day celebrates the opening of the New York Post Office building in 1914.
September 8, 2011
~ International Literacy Day
~ Virgin Mary Day
~ International Physical Therapy Day
September 9, 2011
~ Teddy Bear Day
~ Wonderful Weirdos Day
~ Stand Up to Cancer Day ~ Many people, like Moonbeam13 walk to raise awareness and money for Cancer Research.
September 10, 2011 ~ International Suicide Prevention Day
September 11, 2011
~ Patriot Day
~ Remembrance Day ~ In Honor of all the Fallen on 9/11
~ Grandparent's Day (usually the first Sunday after Labor Day)
~ Libraries Remember Day
September 12, 2011 ~ Video Game Day ~ As if anyone needs to be reminded to play video games
September 13, 2011
~ International Chocolate Day ~
~ National Celiac Awareness Day ~ For people like me, who cannot eat gluten (wheat and rye grains)
~ Positive Thinking Day
September 15, 2011
~ Greenpeace day
~ International Day of Democracy
~ Google.com(™) Day
September 16, 2011
~ POW/MIA Recognition Day ~ The third Friday of September.
~ Trail of Tears Commemoration Day ~ In 1838 and 1839, the Cherokee Nation had to give up its lands East of the Mississippi River and Migrate to an area in Oklahoma.
~ Mayflower Day ~ Celebration of the say the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England to America.
September 17, 2011
~ Citizenship Day, as well as Constitution Day
~ Big Whopper Liar Day
~ International Eat an Apple Day :apple:
~ Puppy Mill Awareness and Responsible Dog Ownership Day
September 18, 2011
~ Air Force Birthday
~ National Attention Deficit Disorder Awareness Day
~ Chiropractic Founders Day
~ National Respect Day
~ International Water Monitoring Day
~ Wife Appreciation Day
September 19, 2011
~ Talk Like a Pirate Day
September 21, 2011
~ International Day of Peace ~ Established by a United Nations Resolution in 1981.
~ International Alzheimer's Day
September 22, 2011
~ International Day of Peace eacesign:
~ American Business Women's Day
~ Dear Diary Day
~ Elephant Appreciation Day
~ Hobbit Day
~ National White Chocolate Day
September 23, 2011
~ Native American Day ~ Celebrated on the fourth Friday of the month.
~ Celebrate Bi-Sexuality Day
~ Restless Legs Awareness Day
~ Hug a Vegetarian Day
~ Love Note Day
~ Mabon (Wicca) ~ The Autumnal Equinox in some versions of the Wheel of the Year.
~ First Day of Autumn
September 24, 2011
~ Punctuation Day ! ? . , ; :
~ Boys' and Girls' Club Day for Kids
~ Fish Amnesty Day
~ Hunting and Fishing Day (I'm confused…. how can it be Fish Amnesty Day AND Hunting and Fishing Day )
~ Family Health and Fitness Day
~ International Rabbit Day
September 25, 2011
~ International Ataxia Awareness Day ~ A Neurological Disorder affecting coordination and muscle movements.
~ National Museum Day
~ National Comic Book Day
September 26, 2011
~ Eat Dinner Together as a Family Day
~ Johnny Appleseed Day
~ Shamu the Whale Day
~ International Heart Day
~ International Maritime Day
September 27, 2011
~ Ancestor Appreciation Day
~ Google's(™) Birthday
~ Perigean Spring Tides ~ When the moon is closest to the Earth during the spring tide.
~ International Tourism Day
September 28, 2011
~ Rosh Hashanah 2011 ~ Jewish New Year Also, on the 29th.
~ Be a Good Neighbor Day
September 29, 2011
~ Coffee Day
~ Women's Health and Fitness Day
~ Confucius Day ~ Might be a good day to purchase a Fortune Cookie!