Hi there! Happy July; we hope your month is off to a good start! Thank you in advance for visiting VLCalendar.com for all of your calendar and organizational needs. On our website you will not only find a free, printable download for the July 2021 Calendar, but also calendars for all months of 2020, 2021, 2022. So, if you’re looking to start planning ahead, you’ve come to the right place!
July 2021 Calendar
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On all of our calendars, including the July 2021 Calendar, you’ll find all of the appropriate holidays labelled. Specifically, over the course of the 31 days in July you’ll find one holiday: The 4th of July, or Independence Day (This year: Sun, 4 Jul 2021. Observed on Mon, 5 Jul 2021). For more information about this holiday and the month of July in general, keep reading below!
Being that July is one of the warmer months in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s possible that one of your favorite summer nighttime activities is stargazing. If this is true, go ahead and check out the moon phases for July 2021 below, so you know exactly when to catch the moon’s best moments:
- Last Quarter Moon on Thursday, July 1
- New Moon on Friday, July 9
- First Quarter Moon on Saturday, July 17
- Full Moon on Friday, July 23
- Last Quarter Moon on Saturday, July 31
The Month of July
While July is now known as the seventh month of the year, it was not this way when Julius Caesar roamed the Earth. Back in Ancient Rome, the “Roman calendar” was created and followed. This model of the calendar only had 10 months where January and February weren’t included and March started the year. Because of this, July was the fifth month. At this time, the name of July was actually “Quintillis,” meaning “fifth month” in Latin. However, once July became the seventh month in our modern Gregorian version of the calendar, the name July was chosen to honor Julius Caesar.
The month of July is represented by the red ruby gemstone and the larkspur and water lily flowers. While red rubies are meant to symbolize contentment, the bluish-purplish larkspur flower represents grace and the water lily means purity.