Here you can download the free printable October 2023 calendar. These calendars are available in different formats such as Microsoft word/ Excel and PDF. The calendars are of high quality and are very easy to print.
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With the arrival of October
You can choose to stay in your warm home and spend time with your family. With the arrival of autumn, you can set out to the special regions of the Cultural Tours to see the most beautiful colors of nature. Wherever you go, this month will provide you with the perfect holiday opportunity.
Printable October 2023 Calendar
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2023 October Calendar
The month of October has eight weeks and is usually the last full month of the calendar year. It also has eight days because it is a multiple of seven, just like our calendar year that has four seasons. Each day in October has its own unique name. Look for the October Calendar to mark your daily schedule!”
October 2023 Calendar Printable
October 2023 Calendar Monday Start
Keep track of your schedule with ease with our October 2023 calendar that starts on Monday. This calendar includes all the dates of October 2023 and ample space for your appointments, notes and reminders. It is easy to download and print, making it perfect for both personal and professional use.
Whether you need it for your home, office, or school, this calendar is sure to make your life more organized. With its sleek and functional design, this calendar is the perfect tool for keeping track of all your important dates, events and appointments. Get your October 2023 calendar Monday start today!
A Little Bit Of Etymology
According to the Gregorian calendar, October is the 10th month of the year and lasts 31 days. Just like the previous three months, October takes its name from ‘Octo’, which means ‘eight’ in Latin, and is the 8th month of the 10-month ancient Roman calendar. Around 713 BC, two more months were added to the calendar and the new year was set as January 1.
Let’s Cast A Glance At The October-Borns
Those who were born in September are Libra or Scorpio zodiac in the horoscope according to the date range. These zodiacs are the child of the autumn, hence they enjoy nature and calmness. The tourmaline and opal are the birthstones of October, and the calendula is its birth flower. Do not forget your beloved birthdays throughout this month. You can download the printable October 2023 calendar for free from our website.
Special Days in October 2023
In order to not forget special days on this beautiful month, you can download the blank October 2023 calendar for free from our website. Since it is printable, you can either use December 2023 calendar by opening it with a .pdf reader on your computer or print out as many as you want.
World Teacher’s Day
World Teachers’ Day is a day of celebration where various events are held to honor those who practice the teaching profession. In many countries since 1994, the 5th of October has been celebrated every year as the Teachers’ Day, on the recommendation of UNESCO. October 5th is the anniversary of the ‘‘Intergovernmental Special Conference on the Status of Teachers’’ held in 1996 in Paris, thereby the unanimous acceptance of the ‘‘Teachers’ Status Recommendation’’ by UNESCO representatives and ILO. Different dates are specified as Teachers’ Day in various countries according to their own cultural and historical characteristics, and school holidays.
The date of October 12, 1492, has a very important place in Western history because it is the day when the explorer Christopher Columbus ended his journey from one end of the Atlantic Ocean to the other and set foot onto ‘New World’. (In 1971, the US Congress decided to celebrate Columbus Day on the second Monday of October)
The place where Christopher Columbus set foot on the 12th day of October 1492 is actually the island he calls ‘San Salvador’, which is part of the Bahamas in present. Columbus, thinking that he had discovered a new route to India, referred to the people he encountered as “Indians”. However, this historical discovery was the beginning of the exploration and colonization of the American continent by the Europeans.
Halloween, celebrated every year on October 31st, has become a secular celebration today, although it has primarily Pagan and later Christian origins. It is a holiday where children go door to door collecting candy and pocket money, often wearing scary costumes.
Other Halloween celebrations include masquerade balls, pumpkin carving, horror movie sessions, and trips to homes believed to be haunted. This holiday is called Halloween in the Anglo-Saxon world and mainly Western countries. This word is shortened from the concept of All Hallow’s Eve.
Halloween has its origins in the Samhain Festival celebrated by pagan Celts in ancient Britain, they considered November 1 the end of summer and the beginning of winter. The origin of the word Samhain is based on the Old Irish words sam (summer) and fuin (end). At this time, the herds were returning from the plateaus, land lease agreements between landlords and farmers were renewed. The end of summer was also a divine period in the Celts where marriages took place and the dead were blessed.
On this day, it was believed that the souls of the dead visit the homes where they lived in the past, thus, great fires were lit above the hills to ignite the hearths in the houses and at the same time keep the evil spirits away. People wore masks and costumes in order not to be recognized by the spirits they believed wandered around. Because of these traditions, the Samhain festival gradually became identified with witches, goblins, fairies, and demons.
When the Romans conquered the Celtic lands in the 1st century, they combined Samhain with their own death festival Feralia and harvest festival Pomona. In the 7th century, Holy father IV. Boniface moved Saints’ Day which was celebrated on May 13th, to November 1 — possibly to replace the pagan festival. The All Hallow’s Eve Day (October 31) was considered sacred, and this is where the name Halloween in Western languages came from.
The second month of autumn brings all of the comfort and peace along with itself, so it should be your priority to enjoy it. To celebrate special days, throw birthday parties, or organize activities during this beautiful month; download the blank October 2023 calendar from our website for free.
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