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NOVEMBER is the fourth and last of four months to have a length of 30 days and the fifth and last of five months to have a length of fewer than 31 days. November was the ninth month of the calendar of Romulus c. 750 BC. Wikipedia

November is all about spending quality time with family. Of course, we're already anticipating gathering for Thanksgiving, but there are dozens of holidays to celebrate before then. November is Family Stories Month, and the third week of the month is National Family Week, so it's the perfect opportunity to learn about your family history. November is also National Native American Heritage Month.

It's also a time to recognize and appreciate service members. November is Veterans and Military Family Month and November 11 is Veterans Day.

Throughout the month, you can observe some tasty food holidays like Deviled Egg Day (November 2), National Nacho Day (November 6), National Apple Cider Day (November 18), and of course, the biggest food holiday of all—Thanksgiving Day on November 25.

There are approximately 27 holidays and observances to celebrate this month.

WE missed :

  • Chicken Soup for the Soul -Friday, November 12

  • World Kindness Day - November 13

  • National American Teddy Bear Day - November 14

Let's Celebrate:

  • Use Less Stuff Day -November 18

  • Equal Opportunity Day - Friday, November 19

  • Family Volunteer Day - Saturday, November 20

  • Universal Children's Day - Saturday, November 20

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