Blank January 2019 Calendar

January is the month of the Roman god of doors, Janus. It’s the first month of the year in the Gregorian and Julian calendars. January has 31 days. It’s the coldest month in most of the Northern Hemisphere. The comfortable weather is the perfect time to do what you want. Many annual festivals and special events are held at this time of the year such as the International Typing Day, National Mentoring Month in the United States and Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in Canada. If you are looking for a January 2019 calendar, you can print this template.

With a printable January 2019 calendar, it will be easier to organize your activities or plans. It’s free to download, so you don’t have to pay for anything. All you need to do is to download the calendar and print it. You can now mark the dates with your activities and keep track of all the events of your daily life.

There are different designs to choose from. The best thing about this printable calendar is that you can customize January 2019 calendar it as per your requirements. There are templates with blank spaces at the bottom where you can note down important information such as official appointments, birthdays, reminders, anniversaries and other events.

Printable January 2019 Blank Calendar

The first month of the year just came and our website is the perfect opportunity to organize your plans. New year should has new expectations and new plans and you should organize your plans as well. Many organizations and individuals, plan their yearly activity according to calendar and sometimes it is hard to find a customizable and printable calendar on web. We announced our website just for this needing and we provide you completely free service without any charge or subscription. All you have to do is fill your calendar with your plans and print it through your printer whenever you want. Because if you start this year in a planned way, you do not find yourself any struggle in your daily life. You can easily see the holidays and their days in the months. Also you can do customization online and if you accidently close the tab, your works will not be dissappeared on our website.

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How many holidays are in January 2019?

There are 2 federal holidays in January. First one is New Year’s Day and the second one is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. These days are federal holiday in United States which means non-working days.

New Year’s Day- January 1

As we said on the beginning of our article, new year means new plan and new activities. People celebrate the new year’s day on streets or in their home with their relatives or with their friends. In Gregorian Calendar, January 1 is the first day of the year and we plan our yearly plans according to beginning of this day. It is the perfect date to plan your activities yearly or monthly and you should seize this opportunity on our website.

Also if you are planning to go on a trip to country which doesn’t use Gregorian Calendar, you should consider this day as not a New Year’s Day. Everyone knows this day as a New Year’s Day so you actually do not have to mark this day on your calendar we assume. But you should consider that, there might be some preparations on streets or in downtown for new year or after the celebrations so you should remind yourself these types of events.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day – January 20

Martin Luther King was born on 15 January 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. On April 4, 1968, he was a protester who lost his life as a result of the assassination in Tennessee. Martin Luther King Jr. strived for the belief of equality of races and defended the resistance that did not foresee violence against injustice. He organized the first protest in Montgomery, Alabama. He is known for his peaceful actions in Atlanta, Georgia. Martin Luther King Jr. later in Washington, 1963, in front of the Lincoln Memorial "I Have a Dream" speech was made. The pro-peace protests initiated by him led to the expulsion of the Civil Rights Act in 1964. The law prohibits racial discrimination in the United States.

Since you already know who he is and what he has done for people, you can assume that there will be huge commemoration areas across the country of United States of America. Especially in the cities. You might forget this day because of your intense life but you can easily add this day on your calendar with very easy steps. You also can attend these memorials but if you remember this day. So that is a big reason to write this day on your calendar. Even if you are not going to attend these memorials, you should prepare yourself for these memorials and huge crowds.

What are the special days in January 2019?

Date Holiday Day Days to go
January 1 New Year's Day Tuesday -
January 21 Martin Luther King Day Monday -
January 24 Belly Laugh Day Thursday -

Stephen Foster Memorial Day – January 13

Stephen Foster was a famous songwriter in United States. He was so well-known person in United States and people remember his memories on this day. You can see some platforms builded in downtown or in uptown for people who wants to sing his famous songs. You should not forget these memorials and you should consider your jobs on this day according to these memorials. As you already know, it is very easy to handle this job on our website and it is ready to print as well.

Kansas Day – January 29

Kansas Day is a day to celebration to commemorate the anniversary of the state to the Union. As we all know, Kansas is a lovely place in United States and celebrations are needed for this state. It has united with United States on 1861 and the first celebration was in 1877. In this day, schools arrange some trips to Kansas for children or people do special visits to Kansas. If you live in Kansas, this is a holiday for you and you should not forget about this. You can see some crowds on streets who celebrate this day and you definitely should consider the traffic jam according to these celebrations.

History of month January

It has added by Roman Empire on calendar and its name is coming from the Roman God Janus. It was also a Roman word for door. On the original Roman Calendar, January was not included but after they added January and February on the calendar and January became the first month of the year.