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 October 2019 Calendar


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Holidays and Observances: 2: Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, 5: Maha Saptami, 6: Maha Ashtami,
7: Maha Navami, 8: Dussehra, 13: Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti, 17: Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chauth),
27: Naraka Chaturdasi, 27: Diwali/Deepavali, 28: Govardhan Puja, 29: Bhai Duj
october 2019 calendar

10 october events

 Arbor Day (Poland)

Celebrating Arbor Day as a holiday, this day is the ultimate way to plant trees. In which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees. Today, many countries celebrate such a holiday. Although generally observed in spring, the date varies, depending on the climate and the appropriate planting season.

The Spanish village of Mondonado held the first documented arbor plantation ceremony in the world in 1594 organized by its mayor. The place remains as the Alameda de los Remedios and is still planted with lime and horse chestnut trees. A polite granite marker and a bronze plate recall the incident. Additionally, the first modern Arbor Day was held in the small Spanish village of Villanueva de la Sierra, which was started in 1805 by local priests with the enthusiastic support of the entire population.
When Napoleon was ransacked in Europe with his ambition in this village in the Sierra de Gata, a priest, Don Juan Eberon Samtras, who chronologically stated, "for health, hygiene, decoration, nature, environment, and the environment of trees." Were convinced of the importance. The customs decide to plant trees and give a festive air. The carnival begins on Tuesday with two bells of the church and Dhyan and Elder were accompanied by the ringing of the bell. After Mass, and even with church ornaments, coated with Juan. Pastors, teachers, and a large number of neighbors saw Wally as the place of Ejido The first tree known, planted a poplar. The plantation continued by Arroyada and Fuente de la Mora. Later, a feast took place, and did not. Recall the dance. The party and the plantation lasted for three days. He prepared a manifesto in defense of trees which was sent to nearby cities to spread love and respect for nature, and he also advised to plant trees in their areas.

Capital Liberation Day (Vietnam)
Public holidays in Vietnam are days when workers are discharged from work. Prior to 2007, Vietnamese workers celebrated a public holiday 8 days a year, the lowest in the region. On March 28, 2007, the government added the traditional holiday by adding the traditional Hodge Kings to the list of public holidays, increasing the number of days to 10. Like other countries, if a holiday falls on a weekend, it will be a Monday.

World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day is a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. It was first celebrated in 1992 at the initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organization with members and contacts in more than 150 countries. This day, each October, thousands of supporters come to celebrate this annual awareness program to bring attention to mental illness and its major effects on peoples' life worldwide. In some countries this day is part of an awareness week, such as Mental Health Week in Australia.

Double Ten Day (Taiwan)
Fiji Day (Fiji)
Finnish Literature Day (Finland)
Independence Day (Cuba)
Party Foundation Day (North Korea)

October 11
General Pulaski Memorial Day (United States)
International Day of the Girl Child (International)
National Coming Out Day (multinational, including United States, United Kingdom and Switzerland among others)
Old Michaelmas Day (Celtic)
Revolution Day (Republic of Macedonia)


October 12
Freethought Day

October 13

October 14
World Standards Day

October 15
Breast Health Day (Europe)
Evacuation Day (Tunisia)
Global Handwashing Day
King Father's Commemoration Day (Cambodia)
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (United States)
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day (United States and Canada)
Spirit Day (International observance)
Teachers' Day (Brazil)
White Cane Safety Day (United States)

October 16
World Food Day

October 17
Dessalines Day (Haiti)
Digital Society Day (India)
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
Loyalty Day (Argentina)

October 18
Alaska Day (Alaska, United States)
Independence Day (Azerbaijan)
Necktie Day (Croatia)
Persons Day (Canada)
World Menopause Day

October 19
Constitution Day (Niue)
Mother Teresa Day (Albania)

October 20
Arbor Day (Czech Republic)
Heroes' Day (Kenya)
Revolution Day (Guatemala)
Vietnamese Women's Day (Vietnam)
World Osteoporosis Day
World Statistics Day

October 21
Apple Day (United Kingdom)
Armed Forces Day (Honduras)
Egyptian Naval Day (Egypt)
Indian Police Commemoration Day (India)
International Day of the Nacho
National Nurses' Day (Thailand)
Ndadaye Day (Burundi)
Overseas Chinese Day (Republic of China)
Trafalgar Day (the British Empire in the 19th and early 20th century)

October 22
Fechner Day (International observance)
International Caps Lock Day
International Stuttering Awareness Day
Jidai Matsuri (Kyoto, Japan)
Wombat Day (Australia)

October 23
Aviator's Day (Brazil)
Chulalongkorn Day (Thailand)
Day of the Macedonian Revolutionary Struggle (Republic of Macedonia)
Liberation Day (Libya)
Mole Day (International observance)
National Day (Hungary)
Paris Peace Agreement Day (Cambodia)

October 24
Azad Kashmir Day (Pakistan)
Day of Special Forces of the Armed Forces (Russia)
Food Day (United States)
Independence Day (Zambia)
Suez Day (Egypt)
United Nations Day (International observance)
World Development Information Day
World Polio Day

October 25
Armed Forces Day (Romania)
Constitution Day (Lithuania)
Customs Officer's Day (Russia)
Day of the Basque Country (Basque Country)
Retrocession Day (Taiwan)
Sovereignty Day (Slovenia)
Thanksgiving Day (Grenada)
The Hallowing of Nestorius (Nestorian Christianity)

October 26
Accession Day (Jammu and Kashmir)
Angam Day (Nauru)
Armed Forces Day (Benin)
Intersex Awareness Day (United States)
National Day (Austria)

October 27
Black Cat Appreciation Day (United Kingdom)
Černová Tragedy Day (Slovakia)
Flag Day (Greece)
Independence Day (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines)
Independence Day (Turkmenistan)
Navy Day (United States) (unofficial, official date is October 13)
World Day for Audiovisual Heritage

October 28
Day of the Establishment of an Independent Czecho-Slovak State (Czech Republic and Slovakia)
International Animation Day
Ohi Day (Greece, Cyprus)
Prefectural Earthquake Disaster Prevention Day (Gifu Prefecture, Japan)
Youth Pledge Day (Indonesia)

October 29
Coronation Day (Cambodia)
Cyrus the Great Day (Iran)
National Cat Day (United States)
Republic Day (Turkey)
World Stroke Day

October 30
Anniversary of the Declaration of the Slovak Nation (Slovakia)
Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Political Repressions (former Soviet republics, except Ukraine)
Indonesian Banknote Day (Indonesia)
International Orthopaedic Nurses Day
Mischief Night (United States and Canada)
Beggars Night (certain regions of the United States)
Devil's Night (Michigan, United States)
Thevar Jayanthi (Thevar community, India)

October 31
Start of Allhallowtide October 31 – November 6
The first day of the Day of the Dead, celebrated until November 2 (Mexico)
Día de la Canción Criolla (Peru)
Eve of Winter, the eve of the first day of winter in the Northern hemisphere:
Allantide (Cornwall, United Kingdom)
Halloween (English-speaking countries, also in other locations)
Hop-tu-Naa (Isle of Man, United Kingdom)
Samhain in the Northern Hemisphere, Beltane in the Southern Hemisphere; begins on sunset of October 31 (Gaels, Welsh people and Neopagan Wheel of the Year)
Girl Scouts Founders Day (United States)
King Father's Birthday (Cambodia)
National Unity Day (India)
Reformation Day (Slovenia, parts of Germany, Chile, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Evangelical Churches and Lutheran Churches)
Saci day (Brazil)
World Savings Day


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