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2021, What You Need To Know: Events, Holidays and Important Details


What is special about the year 2021?
The United Nations declared 2021 as the International Year of Peace and Trust, the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, and the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour.

What is the first day of 2021?
First Day of 2021 is on Friday, the 1st of January 2021 (1/1/2021).

What will happen December 2021?
Which events are to happen in 2021?

January 1 – Munster Technological University is opened in Ireland.
Predicted and scheduled events
January – The Workers’ Party of Korea is scheduled to convene its 8th Congress in North Korea.
January 20 – Joe Biden is scheduled to be inaugurated for a four-year term as the 46th President of the United States.
January 23 – The Democratic Party of Socialists is scheduled to convene its 8th Special Congress in Montenegro, the first one after its fall from power, after ruling the country for 30 years.
January 31 – The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards are scheduled to be held in the United States.
February 7 – Super Bowl LV is scheduled to be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, in the United States.
February 21 – International Mother Language Day
February 28 – The 78th Golden Globe Awards are scheduled to be held in the United States.
March – The Indian Space Research Organisation plans to launch the Chandrayaan-3 Moon mission.
March 8 – A murder trial is scheduled to begin for the four police officers involved in the killing of George Floyd.
March 17 – The Dutch General Elections for the House of Representatives of the Netherlands are scheduled to take place.
March 23 – The Israeli General Elections are scheduled to take place. This will be the fourth Knesset election in 2 years.
April 18 – The 2021 Finnish Municipal elections will be held in Finland.
April 19 – Raúl Castro plans to resign as First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, ending 62 years of rule by the Castro brothers in Cuba.
April 25 – The 93rd Academy Awards are scheduled to be held in Los Angeles.
May 6 – The United Kingdom is scheduled to hold a series of local elections, including elections to the Welsh Parliament, the Scottish Parliament, the London Assembly, and the mayorship of London.
May 18 – 22 – The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is scheduled to be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands after the cancellation of the 2020 contest due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 26 – The second-shortest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century will occur, lasting just 14 minutes and 30 seconds long.
June 10 – Annular solar eclipse.
June 11 – July 11 – The UEFA Euro 2020 is scheduled to be held across Europe, and the 2021 Copa América to be held in Argentina and Colombia. Both competitions were rescheduled from June 12, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
June 18 – Israel is scheduled to hold a presidential election.
July 3 – August 7 – The British and Irish Lions begin their tour to South Africa.
July 23 – August 8 – The 2020 Summer Olympics are scheduled to be held in Tokyo, Japan. They were rescheduled from July 24, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
September 1 – Singapore plans to prohibit the ivory trade on this date.
September 5 – The Hong Kong Special Administration Region in China is scheduled to hold an election for the Legislative Council.
September 13 – Norway plans a parliamentary election. All seats in the Norwegian Storting will be up for election.
October 1 – The 2020 World Expo is scheduled to take place. It was rescheduled from October 20, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
October 1 – October 31 – The Russian Federation plans to hold a nationwide census.
October 22 – Japan is scheduled to hold a general election for the House of Representatives.
October 23 – November 27 – The 2021 Rugby League World Cup is scheduled to take place in England.
October 24 – Germany is scheduled to hold a federal election for the Bundestag no later than this date.

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October 31 – NASA, the European Space Agency, the Canadian Space Agency, and the Space Telescope Science Institute plan to launch the James Webb Space Telescope, a successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.
November – Planned launch of NASA’s Artemis 1 mission to the Moon, the first integrated flight of the agency’s Orion MPCV and Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.[importance?]
November 1 – November 12 – The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference is scheduled to take place in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. It was rescheduled from November 9, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
December 4 – Total solar eclipse.
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The Polish Parliament assigned several patrons for the year 2021 so that it is to be known as the Stanisław Lem Year, Stefan Wyszyński Year, Cyprian Norwid Year, Krzysztof Kamil Baczyński Year, Tadeusz Różewicz Year, as well as the Constitution of 3 May Year in Poland.
The European Union will abolish daylight saving time.
The National Institute for Health Protection will begin operations in the United Kingdom.
GB News, a 24-hour television news channel, will begin broadcasting in the United Kingdom.
The television network France 4 will cease broadcasting in France.
China will begin construction of a large modular space station.
Armenia is scheduled to hold a constitutional referendum.
The Large Hadron Collider will recommence operations after a period of renovations.
In the US, Brood X, the largest brood of North American seventeen-year cicadas, will emerge for the first time since 2004.
Costa Rica is planned to become a completely carbon-neutral nation (date set by President Óscar Arias) and ban “single use” plastic products (date set by President Luis Guillermo Solís).
The Grand Egyptian Museum, described as the largest archaeological museum in the world, is expected to be completed.
Science first light of the Vera C. Rubin Observatory is anticipated for 2021 with full science operations to begin a year later.
Plan S, an initiative for open-access science publishing launched in 2018, requires that from 2021 papers from over 10 European countries that resulted from research funded by public grants must be published under an open licence in compliant journals or platforms, available to all.

How many Sundays are there in 2021?
52 Sundays
There are exactly 52 Sundays in the year 2021. Most years have 365 days, but a leap year has 366 days.

What is the color for 2021?
Ultimate Gray
Aiming for “a message of happiness supported by fortitude,” color expert Pantone has announced not one but two “colors of the year” for 2021. The picks for the coming year are Ultimate Gray and a “cheerful yellow” called Illuminating.

Is 2021 a new decade?
So, 2010 to 2019; 2020 to 2029. However, today’s Gregorian calendar counts decades starting with the first year 1 CE. As discussed above, the Gregorian calendar goes from 1 BCE to 1 CE; there is no year zero. In this case, 2021 is technically the start of the new decade.

Is February 2021 a leap year?
NO 2021 is not a leap year

Is February 2021 a leap year?
A Leap Day, February 29, is added to the calendar during leap years. This extra day, also called Leap Year Day, makes the year 366 days long – not 365 days, like a common year. Role reversal on leap day.

How many Fridays are there in 2021?
53 Fridays
How many Fridays are there in 2021? There are exactly 53 Fridays in the year 2021. Most years have 365 days, but a leap year has 366 days.

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