Free Printable Calendars & Holidays

Printable calendars 2020 are quite handy and off course a great tool when it comes to managing your routine and most important undertakings. In today’s fast-paced life everyone has tons of responsibilities in mind which creates clutter. Most of the time we feel a lack of time and due to that our lots of important tasks keep piling up. Whether it’s for school’s exam days or in-house or outdoor official meetings, if we are not fully prepared with day to day plans, we end up with frustration at final moments.

Free Printable 2020 Calendar

How to print a calendar

Either print directly while clicking on the image in Jpeg format or download it in PDF format with the help of the “Download” button.

Add Remarks on Calendar Blocks: You may add remarks on your calendar blocks. After clicking the “Download” button, the calendar shall open in another window, where you just need to click on the date and start typing your notes.

Printable Calendars are still Flexible

No worry, in the absence of internet connectivity or if slow speed bothers you. All you need to download our pdf calendars and print later on.

Our mind has limitations to keep things remember for a longer period. So adopting simple tools like printable calendars helps in easing down burden to some extent. Once we are able to handle most of the undertakings with proper planning, we gift ourselves lots of spare time to spend with our loved ones. How does it feel to have our most sought tasks in front of our eyes at our office desk, kitchen wall, workstation, on the refrigerator or wherever it may suits you. This practice doesn’t let us miss what needs to be done within a stipulated time.

Just envision the big picture behind this, in that way calendars make you much capable of review your entire day, week, month or even year. You may keep checking the goals which you have set at the beginning of the year and make corrections periodically.

2020 Yearly Calendar

Has there been a feeling in your heart that you are falling short of time? If yes, you are at the right place where you may get assistance from a properly maintained yearly calendar 2020. Yearly calendars are quite important for every person especially for those who are intending to set up their routine.

You will have to ensure that there is no lack of time. This is because such a shortage of routine, as well as time, would lead to anxiety, stress, and fatigue.

A yearly calendar is literally a savior and it will literally improve your work pattern on a daily basis. Also, a yearly calendar is quite prominent in keeping a track of important dates. Thus, there exists a need for you to allocate some time in preparing your routine by calendars.

Can you imagine your living even without a yearly calendar? Well, no one can. In this write-up, you are going to grab some good information about the yearly calendar that will be sure helpful!

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Free Printable Planner Templates

Monthly Planner

Monthly planners offer significant level scheduling and provide greater flexibility for business planning, academic tasks for students. Use them for keeping track of meetings, assignments and check on important events.

Monthly Planner Templates

Weekly Planner

Individuals are alike weekly calendars and have room to customize a calendar as per your needs and wants. Weekly planner as the name suggests helps the individual to achieve their weekly tasks.

Weekly Planner Templates

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What are the Holidays in 2020?

Who doesn’t love holidays? After all, we all enjoy some downtime from work. Holidays help in reducing stress and increasing creativity. Here are some of the most celebrated holidays and events in 2020.

2020 Holiday List

Jan-01WednesdayNew Year’s Day 2020
Jan-20MondayMartin Luther King Day 2020
Feb-02SundayGroundhog Day 2020
Feb-14FridayValentine’s Day 2020
Feb-17MondayPresidents Day 2020
Mar-17TuesdaySt. Patrick’s Day 2020
Apr-10FridayGood Friday 2020
Apr-12SundayEaster 2020
May-10SundayMother’s Day 2020
May-25MondayMemorial Day 2020
Jun-21SundayFather’s Day 2020
Jul-04SaturdayIndependence Day 2020
Jul-26SundayParents’ Day 2020
Sep-07MondayLabor Day 2020
Oct-12MondayColumbus Day 2020
Oct-31SaturdayHalloween 2020
Nov-11WednesdayVeterans’ Day 2020
Nov-26ThursdayThanksgiving 2020
Nov-27FridayBlack Friday 2020
Dec-25FridayChristmas Day 2020
Dec-31ThursdayNew Year’s Eve 2020

Popular holidays to be celebrated in 2020

New Year’s Day

New year is celebrated on the1st of January every year across countries as per the Gregorian and Julian calendar. Irrespective of the country you belong to New Year is celebrated January 1, every year worldwide. Julius Caesar who created the Julian calendar made the 1 January the first day of the year

Groundhog Day

Groundhog day is a popular holiday celebrated on 2nd February every year in Canada and the United States. An interesting thought behind is, when a groundhog leaves its pit on this day and after seeing its shadow it gets terrified and runs back to the hole foreseeing six additional long stretches of winter climate; no shadow implies a late-winter.

Presidents Day

President’s day, a federal holiday in the United States is celebrated in the honor of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. The day is celebrated on the third Monday of February every year. President’s day also celebrates the lives and birthdays of all U.S. presidents. Originally President’s day was known as Washington’s day and celebrated on 22nd February.

Easter

Easter is a Christian holiday that praises the confidence in the restoration of  Jesus Christ. The occasion is said to have happened three days after the execution of Jesus by Romans and passed on approximately 30 A.D. Easter being a religious holiday mostly celebrated by Christians. The celebrations include painting eggs, a family get-together for feasts, etc.

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is celebrated in the honor of military personnel who died while serving the arm forces of the United States. Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May every year, however, previously from 1868 t0 1970 it used to be celebrated on 30th May. The day originally known as Decoration Day became a federal holiday in 1971.

Labor Day

Labor Day is a tribute to the workers who made a contribution to the strength and prosperity of our country and is commenced every year on the first Monday of  September. Labor Day is celebrated across the United States with people gatherings, barbecues, parades and fireworks. The day represents the ending summer season.

Halloween

Halloween is commenced every year on 31st October. People celebrate Halloween with family and friends with bonfires, Halloween theme parties and wear costumes to avert ghosts. Halloween is very popular amongst children as they dress-up in ghosts and witches costumes and carved out a face on the pumpkin with a candle inside.

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is a special holiday amongst families as this the opportunity of togetherness with their loved ones and having delicious food. Thanksgiving Day is commenced on the 4th Thursday of November every year. It is believed to be a way of honoring and thanking God for all his gifts with a thanksgiving message to Him in prayers.

Christmas Day

Christmas is the biggest and most awaited festival worldwide. Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year and considered as the birth of Jesus Christ, who believed to be the son of God by Christians. Christmas celebration is varied across countries, many nations install and decorate the Christmas tree with lights, candies, and gift items.

MLK Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a federal holiday and celebrated every third Monday of January which is around the birthday of MLK Jr. on 15th January. It celebrates the life and accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr. who was a persuasive American civil right leader. He was famously known for ending racial equity in the United States.

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s day is observed in memory of Irish patron St. Patrick on March 17, on his death anniversary. St. Patrick served Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. St Patrick’s Day is praised in nations with individuals of Irish plummet. The day celebrated with lots of activities like public parades and feasts and people wear green attire.

Mother’s Day

St. Patrick’s day is observed in memory of Irish patron St. Patrick on March 17, on his death anniversary. St. Patrick served Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. St Patrick’s Day is praised in nations with individuals of Irish plummet. The day celebrated with lots of activities like public parades and feasts and people wear green attire.

Independence Day

Independence Day also is known as the fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States since 1941. Traditionally Independence day has been celebrated from 1776 as the birth of American independence and lots of activities occur during the day from parades to barbecue and family gatherings, fireworks and a lot more.

Columbus Day

Columbus Day is a federal holiday commenced every year on the second Monday of October. The day celebrates the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas. The voyager Christopher Columbus made four excursions over the Atlantic Ocean from Spain: in 1492, 1493, 1498 and 1502. He was resolved to locate an immediate watercourse west from Europe to Asia, yet he never did. Rather, he unintentionally unearthed the Americas.

Veterans Day

Veterans Day is observed on 11 November in remembrance of all military personnel who served the United States in all wars, specifically living veterans. Veterans Day is a federal holiday since 1926, parades and church services are conducted in many parts of America. Remembering the veterans with two minutes of silence also takes place.

Black Friday

There’s quite interesting about Black Friday, the name given to a shopping day because of the accidents due to overcrowding and sometimes violence created by shoppers. As indicated by this alternative explanation, Black Friday is the day when retailers at long last start to turn a benefit for the year.  Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day are the busiest shopping day for stores.

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