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September Content Calendar

When it comes to marketing your business, a content calendar can help. Use this Content Calendar to help you with what to post.
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When it comes to what to post on social media, the answer can be almost anything.

Just be sure to follow the “TRIANGLE OF TRUST“.

September

September Monthly Celebrations

  • Baby Safety Month
  • Chicken Month
  • Better Breakfast Month
  • Classical Music Month
  • Fall Hat Month
  • Happy Cat Month
  • Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Honey Month
  • International Square Dancing Month
  • Little League Month
  • National Blueberry Popsicle Month
  • National Courtesy Month
  • National Mushroom Month
  • National Piano Month
  • Self Improvement Month
  • National Sewing Month 
  • World Beach Month
  • Whole Grains Month

September Weekly Events

September Holidays That Vary

September 1

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1752 Liberty Bell arrives in Philadelphia
  • 1807 Aaron Burr acquitted of charges of plotting to set up an empire
  • 1901 Construction begins on NY Stock Exchange
  • 1972 American chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer beats Russian champion Boris Spassky 12.5-8.5 in Reykjavik, Iceland; most publicised world title match ever played; Fischer 1st American to win title
  • 1979 U2 releases 1st record, an EP titled ‘U2-3’, available only in Ireland
  • 1984 “What’s Love Got to Do With It” single tops the charts, giving Tina Turner her 1st #1 as a solo artist
  • 2020 BTS become the 1st all-Korean pop act to top the Billboard 100 singles chart with “Dynamite”

September 2

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 44 BC Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt declares her son Caesarion co-ruler as Ptolemy XV Caesar
  • 1966 Joe Auer returns the opening kickoff 95 yards for a Miami touchdown in the Dolphins’ first ever NFL regular-season game; Oakland Raiders go on to win 23-14 at the Orange Bowl before 26,776 fans
  • 2018 Major fire at the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro destroys most of its 20 million artifacts

September 3

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1838 Frederick Douglass escapes from slavery disguised as a sailor
  • 1966 Future Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Orr signs his first NHL contract with the Boston Bruins; 2 year deal paying a then record $70,000 plus signing bonus
  • 1995 eBay (Electronic Bay) founded by Pierre Omidyar
  • 2013 Microsoft purchases Nokia for $7.2 Billion

September 4

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1951 1st transcontinental TV broadcast, by US President Harry Truman
  • 1957 Governor of Arkansas, Orval Faubus, calls out National Guard to prevent 9 black students from entering a Little Rock’s Central High School
  • 1965 The Beatles’ single “Help!” goes #1 & stays #1 for 3 weeks
  • 1972 “The Price is Right” – US’s longest running games show debuts on CBS
  • 1998 Google is formally incorporated by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two students at Stanford University

September 5

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1958 1st color video recording on magnetic tape presented, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • 1991 Nelson Mandela chosen as president of African National Congress

September 6

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1839 Cherokee Nation unites and ratifies constitution at Tahlequah, Oklahoma
  • 1866 Frederick Douglass is 1st US black delegate to a national convention
  • 1916 1st true supermarket, the “Piggly Wiggly” is opened by Clarence Saunders in Memphis, Tennessee

September 7

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1813 “Uncle Sam” 1st used to refer to the US, by Troy Post of New York
  • 1907 Adolph Sutro’s ornate Cliff House in San Francisco destroyed by fire
  • 2008 US Government takes control of the two largest mortgage financing companies in the US, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

September 8

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1504 Michelangelo‘s statue of David is unveiled in Florence
  • 1858 Abraham Lincoln supposedly says in a speech “You may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all the time”
  • 1892 1st appearance of “Pledge of Allegiance” (Youth’s Companion)
  • 1930 American inventor Richard Gurley Drew creates Scotch tape
  • 1966 “Star Trek” premieres on NBC-TV starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy

September 9

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1850 Territories of New Mexico & Utah created
  • 1850 California is admitted as the thirty-first state of the Union
  • 1908 Orville Wright makes 1st 1-hr airplane flight, Fort Myer, Va
  • 1945 1st “bug” in a computer program discovered by Grace Hopper, a moth was removed with tweezers from a relay & taped into the log

September 10

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1975 Rock band Kiss release their 1st live album “Alive!”
  • 1984 First episode of daily syndicated version of Jeopardy! with Alex Trebek as host
  • 1991 Rock band Nirvana release their single “Smells like Teen Spirit”, often dubbed the anthem of Generation X

September 11

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1773 Benjamin Franklin writes “There never was a good war or bad peace”
  • 1789 Alexander Hamilton appointed 1st Secretary of the US Treasury
  • 1946 1st mobile long-distance car-to-car telephone conversation
  • 1977 The Atari 2600, originally known as the Atari Video Computer System (Atari VCS) is released in North America, revolutionizing the video game industry
  • 1995 Eastern Tennessee begins using new area code 423
  • 1999 US Open Women’s Tennis: Serena Williams wins her first Grand Slam title; beats World #1 Martina Hingis 6-3, 7-6
  • 2001 Two passenger planes hijacked by Al Qaeda terrorists crash into New York’s World Trade Towers causing the collapse of both and deaths of 2,606 people
  • 2001 Terrorists hijack a passenger plane and crash it into the Pentagon causing the deaths of 125 people
  • 2001 Attempt by passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93 to retake control of their hijacked plane from terrorists causes plane to crash in Pennsylvania field killing all 64 people on board

September 12

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1909 World’s first patent for synthetic rubber granted to German chemist Fritz Hofmann
  • 1981 “The Smurfs” animated cartoon series by Hanna-Barbera first broadcasts in North America

September 13

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1501 Michelangelo begins work on his statue of David, a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture
  • 1965 Beatles win 1st Grammy, for Best Group of 1964
  • 1969 “Scooby-Doo Where are You” by Hanna-Barbera debuts on CBS in the US
  • 1985 Super Mario Bros game first appears, created by Shigeru Miyamoto at Nintendo
  • 1997 Mother Teresa‘s State Funeral held in India
  • 1999 John Elway‘s #7 jersey is retired by the Denver Broncos
  • 2005 “Supernatural” debuts on The WB starring Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki – longest-running North American fantasy series
  • 2014 40 people are killed after T. B. Joshua’s The Synagogue Church of All Nations collapses in Nigeria

September 14

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1814 Francis Scott Key pens the poem “Defence of Fort M’Henry”, later known as “The Star-Spangled Banner” while witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry from a ship in Baltimore harbor
  • 1939 World’s 1st practical helicopter, the VS-300 designed by Igor Sikorsky takes (tethered) flight in Stratford, Connecticut
  • 1948 Groundbreaking ceremony for UN world headquarters in New York
  • 1964 Walt Disney awarded Medal of Freedom at White House
  • 1984 1st MTV Video Music Awards: The Cars win with “You Might Think”, and David Bowie wins with “China Girl”
  • 1985 “The Golden Girls”, starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, debuts on NBC

September 15

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Holidays

Make a Hat Day

Felt Hat Day – On this day, men traditionally put away their felt hats.

This Day In History

  • 1917 Forbes Magazine founded by B. C. Forbes and Walter Drey in the US
  • 1928 Scottish bacteriologist Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin while studying influenza
  • 1982 First issue of “USA Today” published by Gannett Co Inc
  • 2019 “Jojo Rabbit” directed by “Taika Waititi and starring Scarlett Johansson wins the top award at the Toronto Film Festival

September 16

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1965 British singer Davie Jones changes his stage name to “David Bowie” to avoid confusion with the Monkee of the same name
  • 1983 Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes a US citizen
  • 1994 Fire Department puts out smokey electrical fire in the White House
  • 2000 25th Toronto International Film Festival: “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” directed by Ang Lee wins the People’s Choice Award

September 17

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1787 The US Constitution is signed by delegates at the Philadelphia Convention
  • 1849 Harriet Tubman 1st escapes slavery in Maryland with two of her brothers
  • 1947 Jackie Robinson is named Rookie of Year by Sporting News
  • 2007 AOL, once the largest ISP in the U.S., officially announces plans to refocus the company as an advertising business and to relocate its corporate headquarters from Dulles, Virginia to New York City

September 18

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1789 1st loan is made to pay salaries of the presidents & Congress
  • 1793 US President George Washington lays the cornerstone of the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
  • 1947 US Department of Defense 1st day of operation
  • 1947 US Air Force created as a separate military service by passing of the National Security Act

September 19

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1796 George Washington‘s farewell address as US President is published
  • 1893 New Zealand becomes the first country to grant all women the right to vote
  • 1952 “Adventures of Superman” TV series starring George Reeves premieres in syndication in the US
  • 1987 12th Toronto International Film Festival: “The Princess Bride” directed by Rob Reiner wins the People’s Choice Award
  • 1989 “Doogie Howser, M.D.”, starring Neil Patrick Harris as a teenage physician, debuts on ABC

September 20

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1814 “Star Spangled Banner” published as a song, lyrics by Francis Scott Key, tune by John Stafford Smith
  • 1859 George Simpson patents electric range
  • 1979 Lee Iacocca is elected president of the Chrysler Corporation
  • 2001 In an address to a joint session of Congress and the American people, US President George W. Bush declares a “war on terror

September 21

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1930 Johann Ostermeyer patents flashbulb
  • 1937 J. R. R. Tolkien‘s ‘The Hobbit’ is published by George Allen and Unwin in London
  • 1970 “Monday Night Football” created by Roone Arledge, premieres on ABC – Browns 31, Jets 21
  • 1983 David Mamet‘s “Glengarry Glen Ross” premieres in London

September 22

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Holidays

This Day In History

September 23

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1806 Lewis and Clark return to St Louis from Pacific Northwest
  • 1875 Billy the Kid is arrested for the 1st time and jailed after receiving clothing stolen from a Chinese laundry. Escapes two days later.
  • 1957 “That’ll Be the Day” by Buddy Holly and The Crickets reaches #1 in the US
  • 1962 ABC’s 1st color TV series – The Jetsons by Hanna-Barbera first broadcast
  • 1988 Jose Canseco is baseball’s 1st to steal 40 bases & hit 40 HRs
  • 1994 “The Shawshank Redemption”, directed by Frank Darabont and starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, is released

September 24

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1789 US Attorney General Office is created
  • 1789 President George Washington nominates John Jay for 1st Chief Justice
  • 1853 1st round-the-world trip by yacht (Cornelius Vanderbilt)
  • 1952 American fast food restaurant chain “KFC” [Kentucky Fried Chicken] opens its first franchise in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 1988 Carl Lewis runs world record 100m (9.92 sec)
  • 2007 “The Big Bang Theory” created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady and starring Johnny GaleckiJim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco premieres on CBS
 

September 25

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1789 US Congress proposes the Bill of Rights
  • 1804 Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution, establishing the procedure for electing the President and Vice President, becomes effective
  • 1976 Bono, David Evans, his brother Dik, and Adam Clayton respond to an advertisement on a bulletin board at Mount Temple posted by fellow student Larry Mullen Jr. to form a rock band, which becomes U2
  • 1981 Sandra Day O’Connor sworn in as the 1st female US Supreme Court Justice

September 26

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1949 Groundbreaking ceremony for the Hollywood sign in Hollywood, Los Angeles; old Hollywoodland sign torn down, reconstruction of a replacement begins with just Hollywood
  • 1969 TV sitcom “The Brady Bunch” created by Sherwood Schwartz premieres on ABC in the US
  • 1982 “Knight Rider”, starring David Hasselhoff, debuts on NBC

September 27

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1908 Henry Ford‘s first Ford Model T automobile leaves the Piquette Plant in Detroit, Michigan
  • 1916 1st Native American Day celebrated, honoring American Indians
  • 1937 1st Santa Claus Training School opens (Albion NY)
  • 1954 “The Tonight Show” 1st premieres on NBC hosted by Steve Allen
  • 1985 8 killed as roof collapses in Brussel’s supermarket

September 28

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Holidays

Ask a Stupid Question Day (one of my favorite days)

National Good Neighbor Day – Always September 28, previously the 4th Sunday in month

National Public Lands Day

This Day In History

  • 1944 Theodore Roosevelt Jr., son of President Theodore Roosevelt, is posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for directing troops at Utah Beach during the D-Day landings
  • 1974 “I’m A Ramblin’ Man” by Waylon Jennings peaks at #75
  • 1990 Marvin Gaye gets a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame
  • 2008 SpaceX launches the first ever private spacecraft, the Falcon 1 into orbit.

September 29

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Holidays

Confucius Day – Try your luck. Get a Fortune Cookie.

This Day In History

  • 1793 Tennis is 1st mentioned in an English sporting magazine
  • 1916 American oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller becomes the world’s first billionaire
  • 1930 1st Canadian football game played under lights, Hamilton-UBC
  • 1936 Radio used for 1st time for a presidential campaign
  • 1951 1st color telecast of football game on network, Philadelphia (CBS)
  • 1996 Houston Astro’s retire Nolan Ryan‘s #34

September 30

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Holidays

This Day In History

  • 1934 Babe Ruth‘s final game as a Yankee, goes 0 for 3
  • 1954 1st nuclear submarine, USS Nautilus, commissioned by the US Navy
  • 1960 “The Flintstones” the first animated sitcom created by Hanna-Barbera premieres on ABC in the US

NOTE: Information within the Content Calendar was curated from Holidayinsights.com, & OnThisDay.com.

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