July is the second month of summer and is known for its warm weather. The best thing to do in July is to cool off by a swim in the sea or pool, swing in a hammock and take part in parties on a summer evening.
WHAT DOES JULY MEAN TO US?
July is the warmest month of the Northern Hemisphere and, on the contrary, it is considered to be the coldest month in the Southern Hemisphere. July is the seasonal equivalent of January of the Northern hemisphere in the Southern hemisphere. The second half of the year starts with July. In many workplaces, the estimates made at the beginning of the year are reviewed and the course is examined. July is also the month of reviewing decisions taken for the new year. You might even need to do a little revision. Because you may be gone much faster, or slower than you planned.
WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF JULY?
July was originally the month of Quintilis (the Latin word for fifth) in the Roman calendar. It was the fifth month of the year until January and February were added to the ten-month calendar by Numa Pompilius in 713 B.C. The month was governed by the Roman deity Jupiter, the god of light and sky. Later the name was changed to Julius in honor of Julius Caesar who was born on July 12.
July is the traditional period known as “fence month,” the closed season for deer in England. The end of England’s High Court of Justice Trinity Term takes place on 31 July. July is also the time in which the elections take place for the Japanese House of Councillors, held every three years and replacing half of its seats. In Ancient Rome, the festival of Poplifugia was celebrated on 5 July, and Ludi Apollinares was held on 13 July and for several days afterward. However, these dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian calendar.
HOW CAN I PRINT A CALENDAR FOR JULY 2020?
July is also the month of many festivals and there are many reasons to spend this month full of fun. Because of all outside activities, beach parties, weddings, national holidays and all kinds of celebrations in July, you can be a little hard to spend time with each event.
The biggest helper in this matter is the blank July 2020 calendar. With a July 2020 calendar template, you will see everything in one place and remember at a glance. For example, on a July 2020 calendar with holidays, you can follow not only holidays but events that are of interest to you.
Do not forget to download, mark and use a calendar immediately to get ready for July. You can save your July 2020 calendar in PDF or JPG format on your computer after downloading it. Then you may easily print it through a printer attaching with your computer. If you want to take a look at the special days of the last month, you can download the June 2020 calendar, if you want to plan next month in advance you can download and print the August 2020 printable calendar.
WHAT ARE THE 10 FACTS ABOUT JULY?
- The name of the seventh month of the year – July – was given by the Roman Senate in 46 B.C. in honor of emperor Julius Caesar.
- July is the warmest month in the Northern Hemisphere on average. It is similar to January in the Southern Hemisphere.
- Sometimes the hot, long days of July are called the “dog days of summer”.
- There are many countries that have their Independence Day during the month of July. These include the United States, Belarus, Venezuela, Argentina, Belgium, the Bahamas, and the Maldives. The national days for France and Canada occur in July as well.
- It is sometimes called the Hay month because the grass dries out due to a lack of rain and can be made into hay.
- July’s birthstone, the ruby, is often associated with contentment, love, passion, and integrity.
- The traditional flower of the month of July is the water lily, symbolizing joyfulness, fickleness, and sweetness.
- No month ends on the same day of the week as July unless it is a leap year when January does so.
- More US presidents (seven) have died in July than in any other month.
- The ancient British called July “Heymonth” or “Maedmonth” referring to haymaking and meadows flowering.
WHAT ARE THE US HOLIDAYS IN JULY 2020?
|July 4, 2020||Saturday||Independence Day 2020|
|July 5, 2020||Sunday||National Bikini Day 2020|
|July 6, 2020||Monday||International Kissing Day 2020|
|July 8, 2020||Wednesday||National Video Game Day 2020|
|July 11, 2020||Saturday||World Population Day 2020|
|July 26, 2020||Sunday||National Parents’ Day 2020|
|July 29, 2020||Wednesday||National Lipstick Day 2020|
|July 30, 2020||Thursday||International Day Of Friendship 2020|
|July 31, 2020||Friday||Eid Al-Adha 2020|
Independence Day, also known as Fourth of July, is a federal holiday observed yearly on July fourth. It is the anniversary of the publication of the declaration of independence of the United States of America from Great Britain in 1776.
WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF INDEPENDENCE DAY?
On April 19, 1775, during the Battles of Lexington and Concord (Mass.), the first shots were fired between colonists and British troops, starting the American Revolution. After these first military conflicts, tension between Britain and her American colonists continued to mount. Then, on July 2, 1776, the Second Continental Congress voted for independence from Britain.
Two days later, on July 4, the Congress approved the final draft of the Declaration of Independence, which had been written by Thomas Jefferson and edited by John Adams and Benjamin Franklin. On July 8, the first public reading of the Declaration took place at the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Later that same day, other readings occurred in Trenton, New Jersey, and Easton, Pennsylvania.
HOW TO CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY?
In the United States, Independence Day is a federal holiday traditionally celebrated with parades, concerts, fireworks and picnics, and barbecues. Many people display the American flag outside their homes or buildings. If Independence Day falls on a weekend, then the previous Friday or following Monday will be a holiday. As this is a Federal holiday, not only will schools and libraries be closed. Most federal and state offices will also be closed and there will be no mail deliveries on Independence Day.
To attend the events organized for Independence Day, you need to reserve this day on your July 2020 calendar printable.
WHAT DAY OF THE WEEK DO INDEPENDENCE DAY FALL ON BETWEEN 2015-2025?
|Year||Date||Day of the Week|
|Independence Day 2015||July 4, 2015||Saturday|
|Independence Day 2016||July 4, 2016||Monday|
|Independence Day 2017||July 4, 2017||Tuesday|
|Independence Day 2018||July 4, 2018||Wednesday|
|Independence Day 2019||July 4, 2019||Thursday|
|Independence Day 2020||July 4, 2020||Saturday|
|Independence Day 2021||July 4, 2021||Sunday|
|Independence Day 2022||July 4, 2022||Monday|
|Independence Day 2023||July 4, 2023||Tuesday|
|Independence Day 2024||July 4, 2024||Thursday|
|Independence Day 2025||July 4, 2025||Friday|
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP
The International Day of Friendship is a United Nations (UN) day that supports the role that friendship plays in promoting peace in many cultures. It is celebrated on July 30 each year.
WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP?
Before the 30th of July was first declared as the International Day of Friendship by the General Assembly of United Nations in 2011, the original idea for a day of friendship came from Hallmark cards in the 1930s, many years ago.
It was originally celebrated on 2nd August, the day was largely viewed cynically by the public as a commercial exercise, sales of friendship day cards did not take off in Europe and by the mid-1940s the day had become unstable in the USA. The idea of a day to honor friendship was, however, adopted by several countries in Asia where it remained a popular custom to reserve a day for celebrating friendships and the exchange of gifts between friends.
The first World Friendship Day was proposed for 30 July 1958 by the World Friendship Crusade, an international civil organization that campaigns to foster a culture of peace through friendship.
HOW TO CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP?
Thanks to the growing popularity of social media throughout the world, there has been an important increase in celebrating World Friendship Day and International Day of Friendship online as well as in community activities in local communities aimed at gathering ones of different backgrounds together.
If you are a “friendly” person who always says friendship is very important, don’t forget to spend this day with your friends (by building new memories)! All you have to do is mark this day on your July 2020 calendar printable!
WHAT DAY OF THE WEEK DO INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP FALL ON BETWEEN 2015-2025?
|Year||Date||Day of the Week|
|International Day of Friendship 2015||July 30, 2015||Thursday|
|International Day of Friendship 2016||July 30, 2016||Saturday|
|International Day of Friendship 2017||July 30, 2017||Sunday|
|International Day of Friendship 2018||July 30, 2018||Monday|
|International Day of Friendship 2019||July 30, 2019||Tuesday|
|International Day of Friendship 2020||July 30, 2020||Thursday|
|International Day of Friendship 2021||July 30, 2021||Friday|
|International Day of Friendship 2022||July 30, 2022||Saturday|
|International Day of Friendship 2023||July 30, 2023||Sunday|
|International Day of Friendship 2024||July 30, 2024||Tuesday|
|International Day of Friendship 2025||July 30, 2025||Wednesday|
NATIONAL PARENTS’ DAY
Parents’ Day celebrates the importance of the role of responsible parenting in family life each year on the fourth Sunday in July. Families are the smallest unit of the society and a primary human institution. The priority of a family is to be together through unconditional love and commitment.
WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF NATIONAL PARENTS’ DAY?
Parents’ Day was established in 1994. In a period of time where society became gradually self-centered, President Bill Clinton signed a congressional resolution to celebrate Parents’ Day aiming to promote family commitment and parental responsibilities. Supported by the Unification Church, Senator Trent Lott introduced the bill into the senate and the National Parents’ Day Coalition was developed to support Parents’ Day by annually selecting ‘Parents’ of the Year’ at local, national and state levels. The Coalition also ensures educational programs for parents and aims to promote the stability of family by encouraging constancy between husbands and wives, and of marriage between young people.
HOW TO CELEBRATE NATIONAL PARENTS’ DAY?
National Parents’ Day is not a day of gift-giving. Gifts are already given on Mother’s Day in May and Father’s Day in June. The best way to observe this day is by doing something fun by spending time with your parents. It’s also of paramount importance that you make them know how much they are loved and appreciated. This year in 2020 National Parents’ Day will be celebrated on July 26th, 2020, Sunday.
If you want to spend this special day with your parents or take a trip down memory lane, you may put a sign on your July 2020 calendar.
WHAT ARE THE DATES FOR NATIONAL PARENTS’ DAY FROM 2015 TO 2025?
|Year||Date||Day of the Week|
|National Parents’ Day 2015||July 26, 2015||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2016||July 24, 2016||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2017||July 23, 2017||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2018||July 22, 2018||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2019||July 28, 2019||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2020||July 26, 2020||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2021||July 25, 2021||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2022||July 24, 2022||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2023||July 23, 2023||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2024||July 28, 2024||Sunday|
|National Parents’ Day 2025||July 27, 2015||Sunday|
In conclusion, since it is a month that makes us feel that we are heading towards the end of the year because it started in the second half of July, we definitely need to be more planned. Although the high air temperature and being planned may seem incompatible with each other, some extra effort may be required. Fortunately, thanks to July 2020 calendar, this is much easier than you think. Download your July 2020 calendar without losing time and easily manage your time!