It depends on what you're referring to - the dates of the astronomical seasons are the same everywhere on the Earth (except for the difference between the northern and southern hemispheres), because astronomical seasons are based on the position of the Earth in its orbit around the Sun. for example, the last day of summer in Illinois (and the rest of the northern hemisphere) is September 22.
You might also be talking about Labor Day, which is the traditional end of summer for a lot of businesses, pools, etc, because it's the last big summer family holiday. Labor Day is September 7 this year (all over the US).
Sunday, June 21, 2009
The first day of summer is June 21st
In 2009 Father's Day was on 21st June in the US. In 2009 Father's Day was on 21st June in the US.
In 2009 Father's day was on 21st June in the US.
That depends on your definition of Summer. There are three traditional US national holidays that define summer. Memorial Day (last Monday of May) initiates the beginning of the summer season. Independence Day (July 4) is near the middle of summer. Labor Day (first Monday of September) marks the end of the summer season.
In the US and Canada the labor day in 2009 is on 7th September.
The last statistics reported from the CDC is for the year 2009. With 784,507 abortions reported that year. So about 2,150 a day in the US for the year 2009.
Atlanta, Georgia 1996.
In the US, Labor Day is celebrated September 7, 2009.
In 1996 in Atlanta.
1996 in Atlanta