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August 2019 Calendar Printable Templates

by Karen Cline Web Designer

Are you looking for free VL Calendar August 2019 templates in both JPG image and PDF to print? If yes, then you don’t need to worry more because you are at the right spot. We offer free printable August 2019 calendar templates especially for the people residing in America. We especially use the calendar system used in America to design our Calendar templates. It makes it too easy for every American to understand the calendars.

Free download August 2019 Calendar Printable

Our free August 2019 calendar templates include all the important festivals and Holidays of the United States so that you stay updated on all the upcoming holidays. Plan your holidays with your family way before everyone else with the help of our free printable calendar templates.

We have a large library of free printable August 2019 calendar templates for you. Here, you can find calendar templates in a wide range of designs. There is always something for everybody, no matter what their taste in calendars is. Start searching for your favorite design of the August calendar now from our large library and pick your favorite accordingly.

All of the printable calendar templates on our website are completely free of cost. Moreover, You can download as many as you want. We never ask for money and will never ask for future downloads too. Pick the calendar templates that you like and download it instantly in either of the JPG image or PDF formats and Print it for use at home, school, or at your office for free.

The design of the calendars varies from the simplest templates to the exotic and charming templates on our website. There are templates for the people who like to create notes and reminders of some particular dates too. For them, we have calendars which come with blank spaces, especially for notes and reminders.

The Month of August in United States

August is the eighth month of each year as per the currently followed Gregorian calendar. It has 31 days. July-August is the only pair of consecutive months in a single year which has same number of days.

August got its name from the first emperor of the Roman empire, Augustus Caesar. Earlier, its original name was Sextilis in Latin. In the ancient Roman calendar, it was the 6th month of each year and hence the name Sextilis. Later, it was changed to August in honor of the great Augustus Caesar around 8 BCE.

In the ancient Roman calendar also, when its name was Sextilis, August had 31 days. Later, it became the eighth month of each year instead of sixth month but with a length of only 29 days. This happened when January and February became the starting months of year and joined the calendar. In 45 BCE, Julius Caesar added 2 more days to the month to make it a month with 31 days. After 37 years, it was given a new name “August” in honor of Augustus Caesar in 8 BCE.

August is a very busy month in terms of tourism in America. A very large number of tourists come to the United States and many Americans go out in foreign countries as tourists. It’s because of the fact that August falls in the Summer Vacations period of the students. Most of the tourist spots are a little more crowded in August in comparison to the remaining months.

August Facts in Common year:

Starts on a day of week which does not match with the starting day of any of the remaining months.
Ends on same day of week as November.

August in Leap year facts:

Starts on same day of week as February.
Ends on same day of week as November.

It is just like a miracle that both in leap and common years, August ends on same day of week as November.

August Birth Flower: Gladiolus or Poppy. The birth flower of August is a symbol of Love, Marriage, Strength, Family, and Beauty.

August Birthstone: Peridot or Onyx

Source: VL Calendar


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