modified: Jan. 1,
Year’s Party, New Year’s Resolutions, College Bowl Games,
Parades, Epiphany, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, NFL playoffs, Australian
Open, St. Paul Winter Carnival, etc.)
On New Year’s Day,
people tend to sleep in after the late parties (New Year’s
Party). They often watch college bowl games and parades related to the bowl
games. People are getting ready to get back to work tomorrow because the
holiday season is over on New Year’s Day.
NCAA College Football Bowl games such as Fiesta, Orange, Sugar, and
Bowls, and the BCS Championship Game are underway from mid-December through
early January. Letter
“New Year’s Resolution” time again!
Mid-January, we observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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“It’s also College Application Time” For more info, for
College Application Time Table ( or
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After the college bowls are over in early January, the NFL playoffs
begin. The NFL season culminates with the Super Bowl, which is usually scheduled
on the first Sun. of February or the last Sun. of January. Letter
19, 22, 109,
NBA & NHL (2012-2013 Lockout?) regular season and NCAA College Basketball &
Hockey regular season are underway.
It’s time to get outside and go "Ice Fishing" as soon as the lakes freeze
Paul Winter Carnival
check January Details for more info
The State of Union Address, an
annual speech on the status of the country is given by the President of the
United States late January. Also,
The State of State Address, an
annual speech is given by the governors of most of states of the United Sates
from January through February.
Many Awards are given to “Entertainers of the Year” from January through March,
such as Grammy Awards and Academy Awards. check
Popular stuff for January
What does the
Average Joe think of when “January” is mentioned?
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