Get our free November 2020 calendar here. You can download an easy-to-print November calendar as PDF file and print as many as you want with PDF-reading software like Adobe Reader on any computer. Calendar pages fit a standard 8,5″ x 11″ sheet of paper.
November 2020 Calendar
Each November calendar page has days of the week and important holidays marked. There is also space to let you add other events. The printed November calendars can be attached to the wall or used in a binder. Download and print November calendars for 2020, 2021, 2022 and more.
November has 30 days and is the last month of fall. For your convenience, we have marked three important days in the month of November. These are the end of Daylight Saving Time (remember to turn your clocks back, Sunday, November 1, 2020); Election Day (Tuesday, November 3, 2020); Veterans Day (Wednesday, November 11, 2020); Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 26, 2020) and Black Friday (Friday, November 27, 2020).
Moon Phases Calendar
- Last Quarter on Sunday, November 8
- New Moon on Sunday, November 15
- First Quarter on Saturday, November 21
- Full Moon on Monday, November 30
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight time is a period during which clocks are moved forward one hour so that darkness starts at a later time every day. The advantage for everyone is that it creates an extra hour of daylight in the evening for those, like most of us, working to regular office and opening hours. The disadvantage is that it can make life very complicated as the clock is changed twice a year.
In the November 2020 Calendar, daylight saving begins on March 8 and clocks are moved back an hour again on November 1.
On October 3, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation that would designate the last Thursday of November as Thanksgiving Day. It is also celebrated on various dates in Canada and some Caribbean islands.
The Thanksgiving holidays in North America has its roots in English traditions that date from the Protestant Reformation. To some extent it was also a harvest festival.
The modern US Thanksgiving holiday tradition can be traced to a 1619 event in Virginia of Pilgrims and Puritans immigrants who had come from England.
Black Friday is the name for the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Since the 1950s it has marked the start of the Christmas shopping season and as a result has become the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States. In more and more other countries, in recent years, it has been imitated as a day of discounts and promotions.