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November 12-November 18:
National Children's Book Week
World Kindness Week

November 16-November 22:
National Farm-City Week

November 18-November 24:
National Games & Puzzle Week

November 18-November 25:
National Bible Week

November 19-November 25:
Better Conversation Week

November 25-December 2:
Travelers With Disabilities Awareness Week

Important Days

November 1:

All Hallows Day aka All Saint's Day (legal holiday in Lousiana)
March of Dimes Prematurity Awareness Day
National Family Literacy Day
National Men Make Dinner Day

November 2:

U.S. President (11th) James Knox Polk was born in Mecklenburg County, NC, in 1795.
North Dakota became the U.S. 39th state on this day in 1889.
South Dakota became the U.S. 40th state on this day in 1889.
All Soul's Day a.k.a. http://www.nacnet.org/assunta/dead.htm
National Traffic Directors Day


Plan Your Epitaph Day

November 3:

Culture Day in Japan
Cliche Day
Sandwich Day

November 4:

Will Rogers was born in Claremore, OK, in 1879.
Journalist, Walter Cronkite was born in St. Joseph, MO, in 1916.
Daylight Saving Time Ends
National Day in the Republic of Italy
Former First Lady, Laura Bush was born Laura Welch on this day in Midland, TX, in 1946.
National Chicken Lady Day
Panama Flag Day
Use Your Common Sense Day

November 5:

Actor/Singer, Roy Rogers was born in Cincinnati, OH, in 1912.
Guy Fawkes Day in the United Kingdom.
Recreation Day in Tasmania, Australia

November 6:

General Election Day in the U.S.A.
Saxphone Day


November 7:

Day of National Reconciliation and Agreement in the Russia Federation
Revolution Day in the Republic of Bulgaria

November 8:

Montana became the 41st U.S. state in 1889.
Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day
Guinness World Records Day
National Parents As Teachers Day

November 9:

World War I ends with the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II in 1918.
Author, Carl Sagan was born in New York, NY, in 1934.
Independence Day in the Kingdom of Cambodia

November 10:

Reformation leader, Martin Luther was born in Eisleben, Saxony, in 1483.
Marine Corps founded on this day in 1775.
Stanely finds Dr. Livingstone on this day in 1871.
Area Codes were introduced on this day in 1951.
TV's Sesame Street premiered in 1969.

November 11:

Washington became the U.S. 42nd state on this day in 1889.
Author, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (Slaughterhouse Five) was born in Indianapolis, IN, in 1922.
God Bless America was first sung on this day by Kate Smith in 1938.


Independence Day in Poland
Remembrance Day in Austraila, Canada, and New Zealand

November 12:

I Need a Patch for That Day
Veterans Day observed

November 13:

National Young Readers Day
World Kindness Day

November 14:

Charles, the Prince of Wales, was born in London, England, in 1948.
Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day
National American Teddy Bear Day
National Educational Support Professionals Day
National Memory Screening Day

November 15:

Artist, Georgia O'Keeffe was born in Sun Prairie, WI, in 1887.
Singer, Petula Clark (Downtown) was born in Ewell, England, in 1932.
America Recycles Day
Great American Smokeout
I Love To Write Day


Republic Day in the Federative Republic of Brazil
Shichi-Go-San celebrated in Japan

November 16:

Oklahoma became the 46th state on this day in 1907.
National Bundt Day
Day of National Rebirth in the Republic of Estonia

November 17:

Family Volunteer Day
Homemade Bread Day

November 18:

Independence Day in the Republic of Latvia
Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse was created on this day in 1928.
Married to a Scorpio Support Day
Volkstrauertag (National Day of Mourning) in Germany

November 19:

U.S. President (20th), James Abram Garfield, was born at Orange, OH, in 1831.
Discovery Day in Puerto Rico
Have A Bad Hair Day

November 20:

Name Your PC Day
Revolution Day in the United Mexican States

November 21:

North Carolina ratified the Constitution on this day in 1789 becoming the 12th state.


Pumpkin Pie Day
Tie One On Day (Apron Celebration)
World Hello Day (Greet 10 People for Peace)

November 22:

John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, TX, in 1963.
Thanksgiving Day
Turkey-Free Thanksgiving

November 23:

U.S. President (14th), Franklin Pierce, was born at Hillsboro, NH, in 1804.
Actor, Boris Karloff was born in London, England, in 1887.
Black Friday
Buy Nothing Day
Kinro Kansha No Hi (Labor Thanksgiving Day) in Japan
National Flossing Day
National Salesperson's Day

November 24:

U.S. President (12th), Zachary Taylor, was born at Orange County, VA, in 1784.
American Musician/Composer, Scott Joplin was born on this day at Texarkana, TX in 1868.
International Aura Awareness Day


November 25:

Shopping Reminder Day (one month until Christmas).
Blase' Day

November 26:

Cartoonist, Charles Schultz (Peanuts) was born in Minneapolis, MN, in 1922.
Impressionist, Rich Little was born in Ottawa, Canada, in 1938.

November 29:

Author, Louisa May Alcott (Little Women) was born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1832.
Author, C.S. (Clive Staples) Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland on this day in 1898.
Musician, Chuck Mangione was born in Rochester, NY, in 1940.

November 30:

Author, Samuel Langhorne Clements (Mark Twain) was born in Florida, MO on this day in 1835.
TV Host/Producer, Dick Clark (American Bandstand) was born in Mount Vernon, NY, in 1929.
Computer Security Day
Stay Home Because You're Well Day


October 3-November 16:
Chicago Humanities Festival

October 11-November 30:
Texas Renaissance Festival

October 23-November 9:
State Fair of Louisiana

October 31-November 9:
Wurstfest - New Braunfels, Texas

October 31-November 15:
Edgar Allan Poe Evermore





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