2022 Calendar Printable
2022 is here! Our 2022 calendar printables are now available! Take control of your organization and plan your year ahead.
The 2022 calendar, also known as a 12-month year-at-a-glance calendar, is a tool for people who track monthly, quarterly, or yearly goals. since it displays the whole year at once.
Each 2022 calendar printable can be used for school calendars to keep track of exam schedules, as college calendars to highlight significant presentation or seminar dates, as a corporate calendar so important meetings are posted right in front of you, for a company calendar, as a personal calendar to set goals, or a family event calendar, just to mention a few with examples how each can be used.
The 2022 calendars can be printed in minutes and will keep you on top of your monthly and yearly game!
There is a 2022 printable calendar for everyone so pick your favorite!
Here are some facts about the days of the year, and some fun facts too…
What is the difference between state and federal holidays?
Federal holidays are mandated and observed by the federal government. On a federal holiday, the mail will not be delivered and all federal government offices, banks, and the US Postal Service will be closed.
On state holidays, businesses in that state may not be open, but federal offices are not affected and remain open.
What are the US National Holidays in 2022?
2022 federal holidays
New Year’s Day: Saturday, January 1 (Observed Friday, December 31)
Martin Luther King Jr Day: Monday, January 17
President’s Day: Monday, February 21
Memorial Day: Monday, May 30
Independence Day: Monday, July 4
Labor Day: Monday, September 5
Columbus Day: Monday, October 10
Veterans’ Day: Friday, November 11
Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 24
Christmas Day: Sunday, December 25 (Observed Monday, December 26)
Other important days to note:
Valentine’s Day: Monday, February 14
St Patrick’s Day: Thursday, March 17
Good Friday: Friday, April 15
Easter: Sunday, April 17
Mother’s Day: Sunday, May 8
Father’s Day: Sunday, June 19
How many federal holidays are there in 2022?
The United States celebrates 11 federal holidays each year.
The United States Congress establishes the calendar of holidays in the United States.
Many other state and private institutions, such as businesses, banks, schools, and post offices, have followed suit by providing paid holidays for their staff members on days designated by the federal government.
Following are the dates of federal holidays for 2022:
|Saturday, January 1||New Year's Day 2022|
|Monday, January 17||Martin Luther King Day 2022|
|Monday, February 21||President's Day 2022|
|Monday, May 30||Memorial Day 2022|
|Sunday, June 19||Juneteenth 2022 (Observed Monday, June 20)|
|Monday, July 4||Independence Day 2022|
|Monday, September 5||Labor Day 2022|
|Monday, October 10||Columbus Day 2022|
|Friday, November 11||Veteran Day 2022|
|Thursday, November 24||Thanksgiving Day 2022|
|Sunday, December 25||Christmas Day 2022 (Observed Monday, December 26)|
Fun and Wacky State Holidays
Depending on their own local culture and history, many state and municipal governments will provide additional days off to their employees.
Colorado: Frozen Dead Guy Days
Celebrated the second weekend of March – In the town of Nederland, the Frozen Dead Guy Days festival is an annual event celebrating a unique inhabitant of the town, a gentleman that was cryogenically preserved with the name of Bredo Morstol. The festival lasts for 3 days and is loaded with fun that is freezing cold, including coffin races, live bands, polar plunging in costumes, and frozen t-shirt contests. [source]
Virginia: Waterskiing Santa
Celebrated in Alexandria, Virginia – This event boasts a parade of Christmas characters water skiing, including Santa Claus!
What are the dumbest holidays?
Of course, it's all a matter of opinion what holidays are fun and which ones are dumb or weird holidays.
Here are a few 2022 holidays that can be viewed as either, depending on your perspective. 🙂
- National Thank God It's Monday Day – January 3
- National Rubber Ducky Day – January 13
- Answer your Cat's Question Day – January 22
- National Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day – January 31
- National Do a Grouch a Favor Day – February 16
- National Open an Umbrella Indoors Day – March 13
- National Goof Off Day – March 22
- National Scribble Day – March 27
- National Name Yourself Day – April 9
- National Superhero Day – April 28
- No Pants Day – May 6
- Talk Like Yoda Day – May 21
- Put a Pillow on Your Fridge Day – May 29
- World UFO Day – July 2
- Stick Out Your Tongue Day – July 19
- National Wiggle Your Toes Day – August 6
- Hobbit Day – September 22
- National Grouch Day – October 15
- Wear Something Gaudy Day – October 17
- National Absurdity Day – November 20
- Bathtub Party Day – December 5
- National Ding-a-Ling Day – December 12
- National Whiner's Day – December 26
Common questions about the 2022 calendar (with answers!)
Where can I print a free 2022 calendar?
Here, at Simply Love Printables, all the calendars are FREE and ready for you to download. 🙂
It's simple, here is how you do it:
How do I print a 2022 calendar?
Pick your favorite calendar design, (40 to choose from), and within a minute you'll have a calendar in your hand, ready to add to your planner. Once you download it, send it to a printer. It's as easy as that!
Can I download a 2022 calendar?
Absolutely! Click on the calendar image, and a pdf will appear. Simply download the pdf file to your computer.
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