Black Friday calendar illustration
(Source: Griswold/Tribune News Services)

November is not just for eating turkey and pumpkin pie. Check out everything you have to look forward to this month!

Nov. 4

Make your voice heard on Election Day!

Nov. 8

Remedy your summertime blues by shopping at the Salt Lake Winter Market at the Rio Grande Depot. Enjoy vendors selling everything from baked goods to seasonal produce.

Nov. 10

Registration for spring semester begins today!

Nov. 11

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the end of World War I was celebrated. It is now called Veteran’s Day, a day to honor those who have fought for our country’s freedom.

Nov. 13

Be nice for World Kindness Day, created in conjunction with The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation.

Nov. 14

Take a moment to appreciate the water lilies in homage to French painter Claude Monet’s birthday, born in 1840.

Nov. 15

Join the recycling movement for America Recycles Day, the only nationally-recognized day to raise awareness about the importance of recycling.

Nov. 20

Make a plan to end smoking or encourage others to do the same in honor of The Great American Smokeout, a day started by The American Cancer Society.

Nov. 21

It’s time, tributes. Join the revolution against the Capitol when “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1” premiers.

Nov. 22

Revel in the darkness of a new moon, or when the moon is in conjunction with the sun. New moons are also said to clear the way for fresh ideas and plans.

Nov. 28

Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy friends, family and good food during your holiday break.

Nov. 29

Whether you celebrate by kicking off your holiday shopping or amuse yourself by watching a frenzied crowd of bargain hunters, enjoy yourself on Black Friday.

Nov. 29

Head to Ogden’s Historic 25th Street for the annual Holiday Electrical Light Parade. At the conclusion of the parade, Santa will turn on the lights at Christmas Village for all to enjoy.

So pass the stuffing and mark your calendars. November’s going to be a great month.

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