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The Month of October in United States
October is 10th month of every year in the present-day Gregorian calendar. It has thirty-one days. October was of thirty-one days length in the previous Julian Calendar also. In the very starting, October was 8th month of year in the Roman calendar but in 153 BCE, when January & February became the first two months of the calendar, October became the 10th month of year.
The name October came from a Latin word “Octo” which, in English, translates to Eight. In Middle English, October is called Octobre while in Latin, it is called October Mensis which means “Eight month”.
Unlike other months, October was always of 31 days length. Not for even once, its length was shortened or extended. In Northern Hemisphere, October comes in the fall season while on the other hand, it comes in Spring season on the other side of the equator, i.e. in the southern hemisphere. Also, April is seasonal equivalent of October in the opposite hemisphere.
October Common year fact:
It starts on same day of week as January but ends on same of week as January and February.
October Leap year fact:
It starts on the day of week like no other month but ends on same day of week as February.
The birth flower of October is Calendula while its birthstone is Opal. Also, some people believe that if somebody who is not born in October wears an Opal, the Opal cracks.
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Columbus Day in the United States
When Is Columbus Day 2019?
Columbus Day 2019: Mon, 14 Oct 2019
People of America celebrate Columbus day in the memory of Christopher Columbus‘ arrival to the USA on 12 October 1492. Americans celebrate Columbus Day every year on second Monday of October. This year, it will be on 14 October. In some areas of the USA, Columbus Day is a public holiday where all the schools and government organizations stay closed while in other remaining areas, it is a normal working day. You should also check whether your area stays off or not on this day.
Americans celebrate this day with parades, special church services, and many large events. Noteworthy celebrations are mostly visible in San Francisco and New York. In Hawaii, Columbus day is celebrated with a different name i.e. Discoverers’ Day while in many other states also, it is celebrated as Indigenous Peoples’ Day or Native Americans’ Day.
Many people portray Christopher Columbus as the first European ever to sail to America. Some portray him as Discoverer of a New World. Though, these are just peoples’ beliefs since there are no actual proofs to these statements. Some people even term it as Controversial holiday.
The very first celebrations of Columbus Day goes way back to 1869 in San Francisco. at that time, It became a public holiday in 1937 in the USA. This year, Columbus Day is on 14 Oct while next year it will be on 12 Oct. Also, Columbus Day’s celebration date always keeps on roaming between 8 Oct and 14 Oct, no matter what.
Halloween in the United States
When Is Halloween 2019?
Halloween 2019: Thu, 31 Oct 2019
People celebrate Halloween on 31st October every year. It is not a public holiday in the USA and all the schools and businesses run like a normal day. Most of Americans celebrate this festival with their family, friends, and co-workers.
Halloween was originally a festival of Northern Europe. According to a number of European cultures, the evil spirits feel the strongest during Halloween time. They started celebrating it as an evening festival just one day before All Saints’ Day in the Christian times. Migrants from Ireland and Scotland brought Halloween to the USA with them.
Children celebrate Halloween by wearing fancy costumes and by going to every neighborhood house and demand for gift, snacks, or sweets. If some family doesn’t provide them with their demands then they play “trick or treat” where they threaten them to harm them in some way. It all happens in a friendly manner on this day. Therefore, you can’t stay at home without any sweets or gifts on Halloween day in America.
Most of the adults celebrate Halloween by watching haunted movies, organizing fancy costume parties, or by creating haunted graveyards. Some families even decorate their houses in Halloween style because they believe that it prevents the evil spirits from entering their house.