September Holidays Clip Art

September Holidays, Events, and Seasons Clip Art

September Clip Art
Dixie Allan

September is the 9th month of the year and marks the beginning of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and the start of spring in the Southern hemisphere.

The name September comes from the Latin septem for seven, since this was the seventh month of the Roman calendar. The month was named during a time when the calendar year began with March, which is why its name no longer corresponds with its placement in the Julian and Gregorian calendars.

September starts on the same day of the week as December each year, but does not end on the same day of the week as any other month in the year.

September has three birth flowers: the forget-me-not, the morning glory and the aster. Forget-me-nots represent love and memories, asters represent love as well, and the morning glory represents unrequited love. These are all very passionate flowers.

The birth stone for the month is the sapphire. The sapphire represents clarity of thought, intuition, and peacefulness. In traditional medicine it is used to treat fevers and reduce inflammation. Sapphire reduces anxiety and procrastination and gives the wearer luck.

Here are some September holidays, seasons, events, occurrences, and special occasions.


Month of September
Apple Month, National
Month of September
Baby Safety Month, National

September 17
Day of Peace
September 21

September 23
Family Day, American
September 16
Grandparents' Day
September 9

September 23
Labor Day, National
September 3
Literacy Day, International
September 8

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