Ready for a November 2018 calendar that’s easy to print? We’ve got just what you need! Here, you can find a variety of printable calendars to meet your every need. These calendars include various holidays and celebrations, and you can view your ideal option on this page or print it in JPEG or PDF form.
If you’d like to add this calendar to another page, we recommend the JPEG calendar option, but the PDF is perfect for printing on an 8.5×11 sheet.
Here’s a list of calendars for you to download or print:
If you’re looking for a fully customizable option, you don’t have to keep searching! A blank calendar is a great option for anyone, and allows for you to write in any event or holiday as you please.
Federal Holidays Calendar
November is filled with federal holidays. Here’s a list of them:
- November 11: Veterans Day. The 11th of November is an official United States public holiday observed annually that honors military veterans. Not to be confused with Memorial Day, which honors fallen soldiers, this holiday is typically marked with patriotic ceremonies and political events. Because it falls on a weekend, November 11, a Monday, will be the day Veterans Day is officially observed.
- November 22: Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday of November. Traditional elements include the roasting of a turkey, cranberry jelly, and pumpkin or apple pie. Those who celebrate it in the United States are called to be thankful and celebrate their blessings.
Unique Holidays Calendar
Unique holidays in November range from the serious to the whimsical.
- November 13: Sadie Hawkins Day. Originally a fictional event in a comic strip, Sadie Hawkins Day is now celebrated as a chance for women to take charge of their lives. Many towns and schools now hold Sadie Hawkins Day Dances, in which women ask men to the dance.
- November 21: World Hello Day. Brian and Michael McCormack created this holiday as a response to the Yom Kippur War between Israel, and an Egypt and Syria led Arab coalition in 1973. It has been celebrated annually since then, with several Nobel Peace Prize winners and activists taking part. Its purpose is to encourage communication and dialogue between people of different backgrounds.
- November 24: Buy Nothing Day. This unofficial holiday makes a stand against consumerism that seems to plague Western countries and be prevalent on Black Friday, in particular. It began in 1992 in Canada by Adbusters, an international group of people who wanted to raise awareness about the impact of consumerism on society.
Catholic Holidays Calendar
November is graced with two Catholic holidays. We explain more here:
- November 1: All Saints Day. A special feast day for Catholics, All Saints Day celebrates (literally) all the saints, known and unknown. Most canonized saints have a designated feast day on the Catholic calendar, not all those feast days are observed.
- November 2: All Souls Day. On this day, Catholics commemorate the faithful departed, or, the souls of Christians who have died. Typically, observing Catholics also remember deceased relatives on this day.
Jewish Holidays Calendar
There is a single Jewish holiday celebrated in November.
- November 7: Sigd. Sigd is an Amharic word that means “worship” or “prostration.” It signifies an Ethiopian Jewish holiday occurring 50 days after Yom Kippur. According to Ethiopian Jewish tradition, this is the date that God first revealed himself to Moses.
Mormon Holidays Calendar
There are no holidays in November formally recognized by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Muslim Holidays Calendar
November 20: Mawlid. The celebration of the birth of the Islamic prophet Muhammad is celebrated at this time, though some Shia scholars regard the correct date this year as November 25. It is celebrated worldwide in carnival style, with large street processions and homes and mosques decorated grandly. People distribute charity and food during this time.
Protestant Holidays Calendar
No major Protestant holidays are celebrated in November, though Protestants have much to look forward to next month, in December!