I've been developing a paper-based daily planner designed for individuals with attention-deficit issues and I needed a list of days that would work cleanly with InDesign. The output therefrom, calendar.txt, is a big fat tab-separated value file with information about each day from 1/1/2011 through 12/31/2021 generated inside Excel 2010 on a Mac.
- dd - 2-digit day of month
- yyyy - 4-digit year
- mm - 2-digit Month
- mmm - 3-letter month
- mmmm - Full month name
- ww - 2-digit week of the year
- weekstart - Date of Sunday of the current week
- weekend - Date of Saturday of the current week
- nextstart - Date of Sunday of next week
- nextend - Date of Saturday of next week
- nextmonth - 2-digit value of next month
- nextyear - 4-digit value of next year
- Fields "1" through "35" contain the day/date relationship needed to show a month in 5 rows of 7 seven days, with 1 corresponding to Sunday of Week 1 and 35 corresponding to Saturday of Week 5 (complete and correct through the first week of January 2013)
- usenholiday - U.S. Federal Holidays are correct and complete through 2020 using the data and nomenclature specified by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management
- doy - 1-3 digit day of year
- diy - 3-digit number of days in the current year
- usennote - Other holidays in the U.S., including:
- Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Father's Day, Mother's Day, Flag Day and Halloween through 2021
- Mardi Gras and Easter (Western Church) through 2020
- Rosh Hashanah through 2013
- Notable U.S. Election Dates (through 2012)
- Super Bowls through XLVIII in 2014
- Olympic Games and FIFA World Cup opening dates through 2018
- 11/11/11 and 12/12/12
- day/date relationships for 2013-2022
- additional holiday columns for other countries (such as ukenholiday and ukennote)
- religious holidays separated into columns by religion (westchr, eastchr, judaism, islam)
Future Additions, When Known
- Holidays for Western Christianity for 2021 and 2022
- Olympics for 2020 and 2022
- World Cup for 2022
- Super Bowls from 2015 through 2022
- Merge Documents in Office
- Data source for a Web App
- Build your Own Day Planner
Federal holidays roam around the calendar to avoid occurring on the weekend so the birthdays of two historical figures are rarely commemorated on the actual anniversaries of their births.
- Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on 1/15/1929 and will be celebrated on the 15th in 2018.
- George Washington was born on 2/22/1732 and will be celebrated on the 22nd in 2017.
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Source code can be downloaded or forked on GitHub
If you want to add or revise this data, send me a push request...