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What Day was September 2013?

What Day was September 2013?

View the month calendar of September 2013 including week numbers….September 2013.

September 2 Labor Day
September 11 Patriot Day or September 11th
September 16 Stepfamily Day
September 17 Citizenship Day
September 27 Native American Day

What Day is September 16th on 2020?

September 2020

September 7 Labor Day
September 11 Patriot Day or September 11th
September 13 Grandparents’ Day
September 16 Stepfamily Day
September 17 Citizenship Day

What’s happening September 16th 2020?

What happened on September 16th 2020?

  • Israel, Arab states sign Trump-brokered deals in White House ceremony.
  • Trump declares ‘dawn of a new Middle East’ as he presides over signing of historic deals.
  • Man Arrested For Starting Wildfire With Molotov Cocktail, Gets Released From Jail, Starts 6 More Fires: Police.

Is September 16 a Wednesday?

How often does the 16th day of a month fall on a Wednesday….When is Wednesday the 16th?

Wednesday the 16th occurrences Year 2020
Date Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Month September
Since last + 11 months
Comment 2 times in year 2020

What happened on September 16th?

This Day in History: September 16 On this date in 1620, English colonists aboard the Mayflower set sail for America, where they founded Plymouth, Massachusetts, after 41 men, including William Bradford and Myles Standish, signed the Mayflower Compact.

What did the moon look like on September 16 2020?

On this day the Moon will be in a Waxing Gibbous phase. This phase is when the moon is more than 50% illuminated but not yet a Full Moon. The phase lasts about 7 days with the moon becoming more illuminated each day until the Full Moon.

Who was born on 16 September?

16. Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Amy Poehler, David Copperfield, Flo Rida, Mickey Rourke, Nick Jonas, Tamron Hall and more.

Why is September 16th important?

Mexico’s War for Independence from Spain lasted for over 11 years, but September 16, 1810—when the fight commenced with a historic battle cry—is the date universally regarded as the nation’s Independence Day.

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