This is the best place to find a range of September 2018 calendars to meet your needs. These calendars are printable and include various holidays and celebrations as listed. 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:
Blank calendars are great opportunities to customize your organization and planning systems. Because there are no pre-filled holidays or special events, you can add your own.
Federal Holidays Calendar
There’s only one federal holiday in September. Find it listed below:
- September 3: Labor Day. In the United States, Labor Day is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. It honors the work of men and women and their contributions to the prosperity and well-being of the country. It is the Monday after a weekend, providing a long weekend that unofficially kicks off summer.
Unique Holidays Calendar
Two unique holidays of note take place in September. You can see them listed below:
- September 13: Roald Dahl Day. Roald Dahl is a famous author known for books such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, and the Big Friendly Giant. He is considered to be one of the most influential and widely read British authors of all time and is known for his imaginative stories and sometimes dark humor.
- September 19: International Talk Like a Pirate Day. People celebrate this unofficial holiday by dressing as pirates and having fun! Created in 1995, it made famous in 2002 and today is used as an excuse to raise funds for charity organizations.
Catholic Holidays Calendar
There are no Catholic holidays in September this year.
Jewish Holidays Calendar
Many Jewish holidays are celebrated in September, including those listed below:
- September 10-11: Rosh Hashana. The Jewish New Year (known by its Hebrew name as Rosh Hashana) is a two-day celebration and is explained as the beginning of the year by using the story of Adam and Eve. Customs include the sounding of the shofar, a hollowed-out ram’s horn, to raise a noise, and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey to evoke a sweet new year.
- September 19: Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur is the Jewish Day of Atonement and is the holiest day of the year for Jews. Its themes are atonement and repentance, and it is traditionally observed with a 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer and spending most of the day in a synagogue service.
- September 23: Sukkot. The Feast of Booths or Feast of Tabernacles is celebrated in late September or late October. It is one of three biblically mandated festivals which command Jews to make a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem.
Mormon Holidays Calendar
No Mormon holidays are celebrated in September.
Muslim Holidays Calendar
The Muslim calendar celebrates the beginning of the year in September. Here are the important dates:
- September 11: Islamic New Year. This day marks the beginning of the new Islamic calendar. All religious duties, such as prayer, fasting for Ramadan, and pilgrimage, are calculated according to the lunar calendar, which is begun on this day in 2018. This holiday is specially selected as a cultural holiday.
- September 20: Ashura. Shi’a Muslims believe Ashura commemorates the death of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala, who was massacred along with a small group of companions. Sunni Muslims believe Ashura marks the day that Moses and his followers were saved from Pharaoh when God created a path through the Red Sea.
Protestant Holidays Calendar
There are no Protestant holidays that occur during September of 2018.