Embarking on a four-month journey requires thoughtful planning and organization. Whether you’re a student, professional, homemaker, fitness enthusiast, or anyone seeking a structured routine, the November 2023 – February 2024 Calendar Printable is here to assist you.
Printable November 2023 to February 2024 Calendar
This comprehensive guide will help you establish a roadmap for the next 30-120 days, ensuring you stay on track with your goals and responsibilities. With reminders for important events, appointments, and personal tasks, this calendar will be your ally in managing your daily life effectively.
Main Holidays & Events from November 2023 to February 2024
This calendar not only serves as a practical tool for daily planning but also keeps you informed about upcoming holidays and events.
Covering a range of significant dates in the United States, this November 2023 – February 2024 Calendar with Holidays is a valuable resource. Whether you’re celebrating All Souls’ Day, Thanksgiving, or Presidents’ Day, you’ll be well-prepared.
- All Souls’ Day (02 Nov 2023, Thursday)
- New York City Marathon (06 Nov 2023, Sunday)
- Veterans Day (11 Nov 2023, Saturday)
- Marine Corps Birthday (10 Nov 2023, Friday)
- Thanksgiving Day (23 Nov 2023, Thursday)
- Presidents’ Day (24 Nov 2023, Friday)
- Black Friday (24 Nov 2023, Friday)
- First Sunday of Advent (27 Nov 2023, Sunday)
- Cyber Monday (28 Nov 2023, Monday)
- Bill of Rights Day (15 Dec 2023, Friday)
- Pan American Aviation Day (17 Dec 2023, Sunday)
- Christmas Eve observed (23 Dec 2023, Saturday)
- Christmas Eve (24 Dec 2023, Sunday)
- Christmas Day (25 Dec 2023, Monday)
- New Year’s Eve observed (30 Dec 2023, Saturday)
- New Year’s Eve (31 Dec 2023, Sunday)
- New Year’s Day (01 Jan 2024, Monday)
- Stephen Foster Memorial Day (13 Jan 2024, Saturday)
- Orthodox New Year (07 Jan 2024, Sunday)
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day (15 Jan 2024, Monday)
- Civil Rights Day (15 Jan 2024, Monday)
- Confederate Heroes’ Day (19 Jan 2024, Friday)
- Kansas Day (29 Jan 2024, Monday)
- Isra and Mi’raj (07 Feb 2024, Wednesday)
- Rosa Parks Day [CA, MO] (04 Feb 2024, Saturday)
- Lincoln’s Birthday observed (12 Feb 2024, Monday)
- Valentine’s Day (14 Feb 2024, Wednesday)
- Presidents’ Day Federal Holiday (19 Feb 2024, Monday)
- African-American Scientist and Inventor Day (25 Feb 2024, Sunday)
Astrology from November to February Months
As the Scorpio and Sagittarius stars shine during November, it’s a time for introspection and self-analysis. Those born under these signs are known for their boldness, passion, and honesty. Birthstones like Topaz and Citrine, along with the Chrysanthemum birth flower, carry significant symbolism.
Sagittarius and Capricorn rule December. Capricorns are recognized for their ambition, organization, practicality, and goal-oriented nature. Birthstones such as Tanzanite, Zircon, and Turquoise hold unique meanings, while the Narcissus and Holly birth flowers symbolize domestic happiness.
Capricorn and Aquarius take the stage in January. Aquarians are known for their generosity, calmness, humor, and self-motivation. Garnets, with their rich hues, are the birthstone for January, while Carnation and Snowdrop birth flowers signify admiration, love, and distinction.
Aquarius and Pisces dominate February. These signs are associated with uniqueness, creativity, and generosity. Amethyst and Jasper birthstones bring their own mystique, and the Violet and Primrose birth flowers convey loyalty and faithfulness.
Interesting facts from November through February
Celebrate Thanksgiving in November, a tradition dating back to 1621. November is also National Novel Writing Month, inspiring creativity. A survey by the University of Chicago reveals American student loan debt exceeding $1 trillion.
December, the month of Christmas, brings the most snowfall. President Teddy Roosevelt designated Christmas Day as National Christmas Tree Day in 1907. The first Christmas tree was erected in Latvia in 1510, celebrating victory over Moscow.
In ancient Rome, January 1st marked the last day of the year. The word “January” originates from the Latin name Januarius, signifying ‘the God of doorways and gates.’ Janus, the Roman god, was honored on New Year’s Day for prosperity throughout the year.
February, the shortest month, occasionally features a leap day. Lupercalia, an ancient festival honoring fertility and purification, was celebrated in February. Groundhog Day is an alternative celebration to Valentine’s or Lupercalia for some.
Embarking on a journey from November 2023 to February 2024 requires meticulous planning, and this calendar is your perfect companion. Whether you’re a student, a professional, or anyone striving for an organized lifestyle, this guide offers a wealth of insights and practical information.
With a comprehensive view of holidays, astrological details, and engaging facts, you’re equipped to make the most of these months. Feel free to use and share this unique resource, and happy browsing!