The Month of November 2023: Holidays, Fun Facts, Folklore

The Month of November 2023: Holidays, Fun Facts, Folklore
The Month of November 2023: Holidays, Fun Facts, Folklore

And the dead leaves lie huddled and still,No longer blown hither and thither;The last lone aster is gone;The flowers of the witch-hazel wither …-Robert Frost (1874-1963)

The Month of November

November, the 11th month of the year, has 30 days and marks the beginning of the winter holiday season for most folks, even if the winter solstice doesn’t occur until late December.

We’ve made this month, named for the ninth (novem) month in the early Roman calendar, into a social time of community suppers, feasts of thanksgiving, and general elections.

November Calendar

  • November 1 is All Saints’ Day.
  • November 4 is Will Rogers Day… it is also Sadie Hawkins Day.
  • November 5 at 2 A.M. is the end of Daylight Saving Time. Set your clocks back one hour on Saturday night at bedtime! See more about DST.
  • November 7 is Election Day(U.S.). Don’t forget to vote in state and federal elections! Every vote counts. Make an Election Day Cake to celebrate.
  • November 11 is Veterans Day (U.S.) and Remembrance Day (Canada).
  • If you’re fortunate, you may experience an “Indian Summer” in November, but according to the traditional definition, it can only occur between November 11 and 20! What is an Indian Summer?
  • November 19 is Discovery of Puerto Rico Day.
  • November 23 is Thanksgiving Day (U.S.). Understand the history and origins of Thanksgiving.

“Just for Fun” Dates in November

November is Banana Pudding Lovers Month—who knew? Here are some more wacky celebrations to look forward to:

  • Nov. 1: National Cook for Your Pets Day
  • Nov. 6: Zero-Tasking Day
  • Nov. 9: National Scrapple Day
  • Nov. 16: National Button Day
  • Nov. 21: World Hello Day
  • Nov. 23: Fibonacci Day
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November Moon & Astronomy

The Full Beaver Moon

November’s full Moon is traditionally called the Beaver Moon. Why this name? In the Colonial Era, this was the month to set one’s beaver traps before the swamps froze and beavers retired to their lodges, to ensure a supply of warm winter furs.

In 2023, November’s full Moon occurs on Monday, November 27. Read our November Moon page for more information!

November Weather

According to weather folklore, a heavy November snow will last until April.

See our predictions for November and check out our 2024 Winter Forecast!

November Weather Folklore

  • If there’s ice in November that will bear a duck, There’ll be nothing after but sludge and muck.
  • November take flail; let ships no more sail.
  • If trees show buds in November, the winter will last until May.
  • There is no better month in the year to cut wood than November.
  • Ice in November brings mud in December.

Recipes for the Season

It’s time to start thinking about holiday preparations—for Thanksgiving and beyond!

A delicious Thanksgiving feast!

Consult our collection of Thanksgiving recipes—from the big bird to stuffing to deserving side dishes to desserts!

You may also enjoy these make-ahead Thanksgiving recipes; they can be prepared ahead of the big feast day to save you some valuable last-minute cooking time.

If you’re serving turkey, here are tips on how to roast the bird.

Got leftovers? Try this Day-After-Turkey-Dinner Hash!

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Learn more about Thanksgiving’s foods with these fun facts pages:

  • The Great Yam Scam: Are Sweet Potatoes Really “Yams?”
  • Cranberry Trivia
  • Turkey Trivia

November Gardening

Use small stakes or markers where you’ve planted bulbs or late-starting plants in the perennial garden to avoid disturbing them when you begin spring soil preparation.

Check trees around your house for weak branches that should be removed by you now, rather than by snow and ice later.

If you’re in the midst of raking leaves, see our advice on how to use them in the garden.

See more gardening jobs for the month of November.

Did You Know: Autumn is the best time to prepare your yard properly for a healthy spring growth. It’s much easier to handle these tasks now! See our “10 Fall Cleanup Tips for a Better Spring Garden.”

November Birthstone

November’s traditional birthstone is the topaz, usually a yellow to amber color. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz could make a wearer invisible. A symbol of honor and strength, topaz was also believed to bring longevity and wisdom. Learn more about topaz—and November birthstones.

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Birth Flowers

November’s birth flower is the chrysanthemum. Generally, chrysanthemums represent cheerfulness. A red one conveys “I love you.” White symbolizes truth or pure love. A yellow one indicates slighted love. Learn more about the birth flower of November.

Everyday Advice

The holiday season is now upon us! Check out our Holiday Cooking and Cleaning Checklist

It’s also the start of cold and flu season. Here are natural cold remedies for your body and mind.

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Stay warm with a cozy fire. See the best types of firewood for burning.

November Zodiac

November’s Zodiac Signs are:

  • Scorpio: October 23 to November 21
  • Sagittarius: November 22 to December 20

What do you love about the month of November? Tell us in the comments below!

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