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Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunset)
Erev Rosh Hashanah occured on this day
Yom Shishi (‪יום שישי‬) Elul 29, 5780(6/29/5780) on the Hebrew calendar
Friday September 18, 2020(9/18/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:40 am, sunset: 2:07 pm, rdDate=737686
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunset)
Shabbat (‪שבת‬) Tishri 1, 5781(7/1/5781) on the Hebrew calendar
Saturday September 19, 2020(9/19/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:42 am, sunset: 2:04 pm, rdDate=737687
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunset)
Yom Rishon (‪יום ראשון‬) Tishri 2, 5781(7/2/5781) on the Hebrew calendar
Sunday September 20, 2020(9/20/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:43 am, sunset: 2:02 pm, rdDate=737688
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Independence Day (Chile) occured on this day
Friday September 18, 2020(9/18/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:40 am, sunset: 2:07 pm, rdDate=737686
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Saturday September 19, 2020(9/19/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:42 am, sunset: 2:04 pm, rdDate=737687
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Sunday September 20, 2020(9/20/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:43 am, sunset: 2:02 pm, rdDate=737688
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Friday September 18, 2020(9/18/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:40 am, sunset: 2:07 pm, rdDate=737686
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Talk Like a Pirate Day occurs on this day
Saturday September 19, 2020(9/19/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:42 am, sunset: 2:04 pm, rdDate=737687
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Sunday September 20, 2020(9/20/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:43 am, sunset: 2:02 pm, rdDate=737688
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Friday September 18, 2020(9/18/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:40 am, sunset: 2:07 pm, rdDate=737686
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Army Day (Chile) occurs on this day
Saturday September 19, 2020(9/19/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:42 am, sunset: 2:04 pm, rdDate=737687
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Sunday September 20, 2020(9/20/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:43 am, sunset: 2:02 pm, rdDate=737688
Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunset)
Yom Shishi (‪יום שישי‬) Elul 29, 5780(6/29/5780) on the Hebrew calendar
Friday September 18, 2020(9/18/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:40 am, sunset: 2:07 pm, rdDate=737686
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunset)
Rosh Hashanah begins on this day
Shabbat (‪שבת‬) Tishri 1, 5781(7/1/5781) on the Hebrew calendar
Saturday September 19, 2020(9/19/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:42 am, sunset: 2:04 pm, rdDate=737687
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Sunset)
Rosh Hashanah ends on this day
Yom Rishon (‪יום ראשון‬) Tishri 2, 5781(7/2/5781) on the Hebrew calendar
Sunday September 20, 2020(9/20/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:43 am, sunset: 2:02 pm, rdDate=737688
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Day Prior to Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Friday September 18, 2020(9/18/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:40 am, sunset: 2:07 pm, rdDate=737686
Today - Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Saturday September 19, 2020(9/19/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:42 am, sunset: 2:04 pm, rdDate=737687
Day After Requested Day (day begins and ends at Midnight)
Youth Day (Thailand) occurs on this day
Sunday September 20, 2020(9/20/2020) on the Gregorian calendar
sunrise: 1:43 am, sunset: 2:02 pm, rdDate=737688

September 2020
Elul 5780
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Thursday September 17, 2020 (9/17/2020) at Sunset Sunset icon ( 2:09 pm)
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Yom Shishi (‪יום שישי‬) Elul 29, 5780 (6/29/5780)
Method: Elul 29th on Hebrew calendar
Notes: 1 day before Rosh Hashanah
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: ראש השנה‎), (literally "head of the year"), is the Jewish New Year. It is the first of the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora'im ("Days of Awe") which occur in the autumn. Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on the first two days of Tishrei. It is described in the Torah as יום תרועה (Yom Teru'ah, a day of sounding [the Shofar]).[1] Rosh Hashanah customs include sounding the shofar and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey.

The term "Rosh Hashanah" does not appear in the Torah. Leviticus 23:24 refers to the festival of the first day of the seventh month as "Zikhron Teru'ah" ("a memorial with the blowing of horns"), it is also referred to in the same part of Leviticus as 'שַׁבַּת שַׁבָּתוֹן' or penultimate Sabbath or meditative rest day, and a "holy day to God". These same words are commonly used in the Psalms to refer to the anointed days. Numbers 29:1 calls the festival Yom Teru'ah, ("Day [of] blowing [the horn]") and symbolizes a number of subjects, such as the Binding of Isaac and the animal sacrifices that were to be performed.[2][3] (In Ezekiel 40:1 there is a general reference to the time of Yom Kippur as the "beginning of the year",[2]

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Friday September 18, 2020 (9/18/2020)
Method: September 18th on Gregorian calendar
Notes: (If September 17th falls on Monday or September 20th falls on Friday it is also a holiday)
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

An Independence Day is an annual event commemorating the anniversary of a nation's assumption of independent statehood, usually after ceasing to be a colony or part of another nation or state; more rarely after the end of a military occupation.

Most countries observe their respective independence days as a national holiday, and in some cases the observance date is controversial or contested. Not all countries observe an independence day holiday, choosing to celebrate other national days instead of or alongside an independence day.

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Saturday September 19, 2020 (9/19/2020)
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Sunday September 20, 2020 (9/20/2020)
Method: September 19th on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

International Talk Like a Pirate Day (ITLAPD) is a parodic holiday created in 1995 by John Baur (Ol' Chumbucket) and Mark Summers (Cap'n Slappy), of Albany, Oregon,[1]U.S., who proclaimed September 19 each year as the day when everyone in the world should talk like a pirate.[1] For example, an observer of this holiday would greet friends not with "Hello," but with "Ahoy, matey!" The holiday, and its observance, springs from a romanticized view of the Golden Age of Piracy. It has become a holiday for members of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.[2]

According to Summers, the day is the only holiday to come into being as a result of a sports injury. He has stated that during a racquetball game between Summers and Baur, one of them reacted to the pain with an outburst of "Aaarrr!", and the idea was born. That game took place on June 6, 1995, but out of respect for the observance of D-Day, they chose Summers' ex-wife's birthday, as it would be easy for him to remember.[1][3]

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Saturday September 19, 2020 (9/19/2020)
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Sunday September 20, 2020 (9/20/2020)
Method: September 19th on Gregorian calendar
Notes: (If September 17th falls on Monday or September 20th falls on Friday it is also a holiday)
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

Several nations of the world hold an annual Armed Forces Day in honor of their military forces.

Բանակի օր (Army Day) is celebrated on 28 January to commemorate the formation of the armed forces of the newly independent Republic of Armenia in 1992.[1]

Tishri 5781
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Friday September 18, 2020 (9/18/2020) at Sunset Sunset icon ( 2:07 pm)
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Shabbat (‪שבת‬) Tishri 1, 5781 (7/1/5781)
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Sunday September 20, 2020 (9/20/2020) at Sunset Sunset icon ( 2:02 pm)
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Yom Sheni (‪יום שני‬) Tishri 3, 5781 (7/3/5781)
Method: Tishri 1st on Hebrew calendar
Length: 2 days
Period: 1 year

Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: ראש השנה‎), (literally "head of the year"), is the Jewish New Year. It is the first of the High Holy Days or Yamim Nora'im ("Days of Awe") which occur in the autumn. Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on the first two days of Tishrei. It is described in the Torah as יום תרועה (Yom Teru'ah, a day of sounding [the Shofar]).[1] Rosh Hashanah customs include sounding the shofar and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey.

The term "Rosh Hashanah" does not appear in the Torah. Leviticus 23:24 refers to the festival of the first day of the seventh month as "Zikhron Teru'ah" ("a memorial with the blowing of horns"), it is also referred to in the same part of Leviticus as 'שַׁבַּת שַׁבָּתוֹן' or penultimate Sabbath or meditative rest day, and a "holy day to God". These same words are commonly used in the Psalms to refer to the anointed days. Numbers 29:1 calls the festival Yom Teru'ah, ("Day [of] blowing [the horn]") and symbolizes a number of subjects, such as the Binding of Isaac and the animal sacrifices that were to be performed.[2][3] (In Ezekiel 40:1 there is a general reference to the time of Yom Kippur as the "beginning of the year",[2]

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Sunday September 20, 2020 (9/20/2020)
Method: September 20th on Gregorian calendar
Length: 1 day
Period: 1 year

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