# What year did valentines fall on a Saturday?

It last happened in 2004.

# What happens if november 11 falls on a weekend?

If November 11 falls on a weekend, Veterans Day is celebrated on that day, but the Federal holiday for Veterans Day will be on the Monday after.

# If November 11 were to fall on a Saturday the federal holiday would be observed on a what day?

The Federal Holiday is observed on the following Monday. Veterans Day is always the 11th of November in the US and Canada. There was an attempt to change it to the 4th Monda…y, but that failed due to the historical significance of the 11th.

# Its raining on a Saturday what do you do as an 11 year old?

Check your nails aren't too long. Watch the rain on the windowsill- it can distract you for a while... try making something e.g. Take some accessories off a clothing item you …don't like and sew it onto another clothing item. Sort your DVDs out in order of which you like on top or don't like on bottom. Last but not least- Ask another question

# What year will November 11 fall on a monday?

Exactly 14.25% of all November 11ths fall on Monday. The last time this happened was in 2002 and the next time this happens will be in 2013.

# When did new years fall on a Saturday?

1898, 1910, 1916 (leap year), 1921, 1927, 1938, 1944 (leap year), 1949, 1955, 1966, 1972 (leap year), 1977, 1983, 1994, 2000 (leap year), 2005, 2011

# What years will January 11 fall on a Saturday?

Going from 2014 over the next 100 years, the 11th of January is on a Saturday in these years: 2014 2020 2025 2031 2042 2048 2053 2059 2070 2076 2081 2…087 2098 2110

# What years did November 1 fall on a Saturday?

During the past decade, Nov. 1 fell on a Saturday in 2003 and in 2008.

# How often in years does November first fall on Saturday?

Exactly 14.25% of all November 1sts are Saturdays. November 1stfalls on a Saturday 57 times in every 400-year period, making theaverage time between occurances 7.0175 years. T…he actual timebetween occurances can be either 5 years, 6 years, 11 years or 12years.

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# What year does Halloween fall on Saturday?

It was last on a Saturday in 2009. Over the next 100 years, these are the years that Halloween will be on a Saturday: 2015 2020 2026 2037 2043 2048 2054 2065 … 2071 2076 2082 2093 2099 2105 2111

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# What years did Aug1st fall on a Saturday?

Some recent years and upcoming ones are: 1991 1998 2009 2015 2020 2026

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# What years does the month of November have 5 Saturdays?

2013 had 5 Saturdays, and 2014 will have 5 Saturdays; then 2019 is next time that will happen

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# How often does December 11 fall on Saturday over the 400 year Gregorian calendar cycle from 1600 to 2000?

11 December has had 56 Saturdays between 1600 and 2000 in the Gregorian calendar. In the Gregorian calendar, centuries are leap years only if the year is divisible by 400, …which means that 1700, 1800 and 1900 were not leap years. Every year, the day of a date goes forward 1 day except in a leap year when it goes forward 2 days; this leads to cycle of 28 days that any date could have: {Mo, Tu, We, Th}, {Sa, Su, Mo, Tu}, {Th, Fr, Sa, Su}, {Tu, We, Th, Fr}, {Su, Mo, Tu, We}, {Fr, Sa, Su, Mo}, {We, Th, Fr, Sa} The list is in blocks of four that come between each leap year - each day of the week starts one of the blocks, and each day of the week occurs in each position in a block, one in each of fours block. When a century is not a leap year, the sequence jumps forward 5 blocks instead of to the next block. As a century (100 years) is divisible by 4, an exact number of blocks (100 Ă· 4 = 25) will occur within a year, and as we are interested only in Saturdays, the sequence of which blocks contain Saturday makes life easier: NYYNNYY As 25 blocks will be used in any year, and there is a sequence of 7 blocks, they will all be used 3 times and the first 4 will be repeated at the end: 3 x 7 + 4 = 25. If every century was a leap year, the sequence would continue across the centuries; however, with the Gregorian calendar centuries are only leap years if they are divisible by 400 - only 1 in every 4 century years is a leap year. As a result, the sequence will jump blocks at non-leap year centuries, as the next year's day for any given date is the one after the current day. Looking at the full sequence above, it can be seen that when a non-leap year occurs, the sequence jumps an extra 4 blocks forward, making the next block 2 back from the current block. Supposing we number the blocks 0, 1, ..., 6 with block 0 the first block used in 1600-1603. Then the sequence of blocks used in each century is: 1600s - 0123456 0123456 0123456 0123 1700s - 1234560 1234560 1234560 1234 1800s - 2345601 2345601 2345601 2345 1900s - 3456012 3456012 3456012 3456 2000s - 01234... which means that each block of 4 centuries starting with a leap century repeats the same sequence of the blocks, with each new century starting one block later. One thing to note is when the block jump occurs. For Jan 1 to Feb 28 which are before the leap day (Feb 29), their blocks will run for the years 01-04, 05-08, ..., 97-00; and for those after the leap day, their blocks will run for the years 00-03, 04-07, ..., 96-99. So now we are ready to find the number of Saturdays for 11 December for 1600-2000. It is easier to work backwards from 2000 as the day for 11 December 2000 can easily be found. 11 December is after the leap day, so each block is used for years 00-03, 04-07, ..., 96-99. 2000 was a leap year, so no block jump occurs before it. 11 December 2000 was a Monday and is the first day of a block; using the blocks above it is in the first block, so let's number that block 0 and the rest 1-6 in order. Now, using the sequence above for the blocks used and whether they contain Saturdays, we can write out which blocks in 1600-2000 contains a Saturday. However, as each block is used 3 times there will be 3 x 4 = 12 Saturdays, plus however many Saturdays occur in the first 4 blocks of each century that are repeated; thus we need only note those 4 blocks: 1600s: NYYN - 2 Saturdays 1700s: YYNN - 2 Saturdays 1800s: YNNY - 2 Saturdays 1900s: NNYY - 2 Saturdays An extra 8 Saturdays. Which means there are 4 x 12 + 8 = 56 Saturdays.

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# Which years did 25 November fall on a Saturday from 1893 in the 19th century to 2006?

From 1893 to 2006, the 25th of November was on a Saturday in: 1893 1899 1905 1911 1916 1922 1933 1939 1944 1950 1961 1967 1972 1978 1989 1995 … 2000 2006