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September Fun Facts and Trivia

The September birthstones Sapphire. Saphire is chemically and structurally the same as a Ruby.

What is Septembers Zodiac Sign?

Virgo: August 23 – September 22
Libra: September 23 – October 22

How Many Days in September?

There are 30 days in September

What is September’s Flower?
September’s flower is the Aster.

What Holidays Are in September?

VJ Day – Surrender ceremony aboard the USS Missouri formally ends WWII
Labor Day First Monday of month
Grandparent’s Day – first Sunday after Labor Day

September is National What Month?

Classical Music Month
Hispanic Heritage Month
Fall Hat Month
International Square Dancing Month
National Blueberry Popsicle Month
National Courtesy Month
National Piano Month
Chicken Month
Baby Safety Month
Little League Month
Honey Month
Self Improvement Month
Better Breakfast Month

What Are Some Quotes About September?

“After September 11th, nations from across the globe offered their generous assistance to the people of New York. And whenever our friends around the world need our assistance, New York is there.” – George Pataki

“After the chaos and carnage of September 11th, it is not enough to serve our enemies with legal papers.” – George W. Bush

“The month of September is Women in Jazz, so I’m doing jazz there in September. I’m in for the duration.” – Rita Coolidge

How Do You Say September In:

Spanish: septiembre
Italian: settembre
French: septembre
German: September
Polish: wrzesień
Latin: september
Russian: сентябрь

Famous People Were Born in September?

Abi Titmuss: Shamed girlfriend of shamed presenter John Leslie
Adam Sandler: Comic actor
Arnold Palmer: Golfer
Avril Lavigne: Popular Canadian singer
Barry White: American singer
Beyonce Knowles: Lead singer of Destiny’s Child and also a star of a Austin Powers movie.
Bill Murray: Popular actor
Brooke Burke: Model and TV Host
Bruce Springsteen: Singer, had hits with tracks like
Catherine Zeta Jones: Welsh actress who made it big in Hollywood and is now married to the multi millionaire Michael Douglas
Christopher Reeve: Lead role in the ‘Superman’ films
Damon Hill: British Grand Prix racing driver
Ed Sullivan: American comedian
Faith Hill: American musician
Gwyneth Paltrow
Harry Connick Jr: Actor
Heather Locklear: Model
Hugh Grant: British actor, famous for his Notting Hill and Bridget Jones Diary performances, and his now absent floppy fringe
Jim Henson: Muppets inventor
Julio Iglesias: Musician
Keanu Reeves: Starred alongside Sandra Bullock in Speed
Luke Wilson: Actor
Macy Gray: Singer
Michael Douglas: Us film actor
Mike Piazza: Athlete
Mira Sorvino: Actress
Oliver Stone: Famous director
Phil Rizzuto: US baseball commentator
Pink: Feisty US pop singer
Pope Paul VI: Pope, head of the Catholic Church
Queen Elizabeth I: A queen of England and fascinating woman
Ray Charles: Soul musician
Ricki Lake: Famous American talk show host
Roger Maris: Baseball star, 1934 – 1985
Ryan Phillippe: Actor married to Reese Witherspoon
Salma Hayek: Actress, starred in films like ‘Traffic’
Samuel Johnson: British author
Shannon Elizabeth: Actress
Stephen King: Popular contemporary author
T S Eliot: American author and poet
Tommy Lasorda: Famous baseball coach
Tommy Lee Jones: American Hollywood actor
Will Smith: Rapper and actor who began his career on TV show The Prince of Bel Air
William Howard Taft: 27th US president (1909-13)