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2016 11″x17″ free printable page-per-month wall calendar with lines and space for notes — PDF format

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Hey, ho, here I am again with my calendar bytes!

I’m not quite as early this year — promise to try harder next year (no, really!)– but here you go, as always: your very own big-event calendar for 2016, with lots of space and yer non-standard things to celebrate (along with the standard ones, of course, if you’re Canadian and particularly Ontarian).

See previous years for more details.  BTW, you can also print it on 8.5 x 14 on your very own printer, if you don’t feel like going down the street in the cold to the printer’s.  🙂

First up is the JPG preview, and then the — ta-dah — whole PDF enchilada.

Enjoy, and happy 2016!!

RedChef xo

2016 11″x17″ free printable page-per-month wall calendar — PDF format (JPG preview)

A picture of 1000 words (or something like that)

And here’s the rest, eef you like heem:

2016 Calendar — PDF format

Please do let me know if you have any suggestions for next year’s version!

(Ed.:  For any of you really early birds — not naming any names, Trisha — oops! — a couple of the links in the PDF didn’t work, so with polologies, they’re now fixted.  Also, don’t try to learn English from the author; she’s really weird.)

2015 11″x17″ free printable page-per-month wall calendar — PDF format

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Weeeeelll, howdy non-sports fans!  (Okay, I’m not entirely sure about that, but it sounded good.)

Yer not gonna believe this, but here it is, practically early:  my 2015 11 x 17″ page-per-month calendar!  Ta-dah!

For details on what it is and how to use it, see my post of December 30, 2011.

Hope y’all had a great year, and all the best for this coming one.

Here’s a JPG one-month preview, and below that, the full PDF document.  Any questions?  🙂

RedChef

preview of January 20152015 free printable 11×17 page-per-month wall calendar for Ontario Canada

2012 11″x17″ printable wall calendar – PDF format

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Howdy again!

I would like to share a calendar I made for self and friends, so here it is (preview; full PDF download is at the bottom):

I made it myself in WordPerfect, because I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted on the internet, so am thinking that other people might be happy to find something like this.  (I’ve just had the same experience with trying to find a pattern for a single-crochet hexagon, and am now working on creating one, so I’ll let you know when I’ve figured out the math and made it look pretty.)

This calendar would be appropriate for English-speaking Ontarians (Canada) who have a lot of family events to keep track of and also want to know about solstices, major Muslim and Jewish observances and other interesting dates you don’t normally find on a preprinted calendar (at least in Ontario).  You’ll be able to tell where I got my information by reading the calendar’s footnotes.  (http://www.timeanddate.com/ is a way cool site, e.g..)

There’s lots of space for notes on each date, and in a column on the left-hand side of the page, as well as mini-calendars for one previous month and two succeeding ones.

How do I print on 11×17 paper?  I don’t; I get our local printer down the street to do it, either in colour or B/W.  Easy.

It comes on 12 separate pages; I clip them all together with two small binder clips and hang them up on small nails in our kitchen, but you can also use hooks, either permanent or removable.  Then I just put last month’s calendar at the back of the pile when the new month arrives, and voilà!  I have a permanent record of what we were doing, what we were making, eating, planting, etc., who was visiting, what the crazy weather was like, and so forth, to file away, so I can prattle on to small children about it all when I’m 80 or so.

2012 Calendar PDF English

Enjoy, and Happy New Year!

RedChef