August is the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar. For most in the northern hemisphere it is the hottest month and the best time for harvesting what we sowed in spring. For those in the southern hemisphere spring is just around the corner. Here are 20 facts all about August.
July is the seventh month of the Gregorian calendar. Like all other months, July has a pretty storied history, so let's take a look at the origins of the month, the interesting observances it has, and some significant points in history which happened to fall in July!
June is the 6th month of the Gregorian calendar. It represents the longest days of sunlight for those in the northern hemisphere and the shortest for those in the southern hemisphere. Let’s delve deeper and see what makes June so special with these 20 juicy facts.
Like any month, May has its share of exciting events and historical happenings! Interestingly enough, a President has never died in the month of May. Find out more unique facts about the fifth month of they year!
April is the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar. Like all other months, April has lots of fun interesting facts, let's look at its origins, interesting observances, and some of significant points in history which all occurred in April.
March is known for two major holidays – one to find candy, and the other to drink lots of beer! Certainly you can guess which events those are, but there’s a lot of other happenings going on in March. That, along with a rich history of course!
Even though it’s just another month, there’s a lot of history behind this month of romance and love! Read on to find out some historical events which occurred in February, as well as how to came to be the shortest month of the year.