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How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic, Second Edition
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, Young Reader's Edition
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The Code Book: The Secrets Behind Codebreaking
20 Makey Makey Projects for the Evil Genius
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Michael Faraday: Father of Electronics
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The Big Book of Makerspace Projects: Inspiring Makers to Experiment, Create, and Learn
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The Story of Thomas Alva Edison (Landmark Books)
Digital Revolutionaries: The Men and Women Who Brought Computing to Life (New York Times)
Most Popular Wedding Dates for Fall 2020
On September 22nd fall will officially begin in the United States. Lasting until December 21st, it presents a three month window which to some is the perfect time frame for a wedding.
Coloradoans will want to keep a close eye on the aspens in late September as this is the time for the much awaited color change. For about a week, the trees will give the landscape a glorious golden touch when the leaves change from green to gold, and anyone planning a wedding with a mountain setting might want to opt for the first official day of fall to be their wedding date. Waiting even until Saturday, September 27th might be pushing it since the glorious display will only last for about one week.
For those of the Jewish faith, the week of September 29th is not a good time to celebrate a marriage, as it represents the beginning of the Rosh Hashanah holiday observance which lasts until October 1st. Of course, with Yom Kippur being October 9th, many a Jewish bride will choose any date thereafter as the best dates for their nuptials.
Those not constrained by faith dictated feast and holy days will find that the Columbus Day weekend is a great time to consider a wedding. With the typical wedding taking place on Saturdays, the Monday (October the 13th) will provide an extra day of travel or relaxation for those coming from out of town or bringing children. Book your venues and caterer now for Saturday October 11th!
At times you will find that the younger set will appreciate a wedding that is close to Halloween (October 31st), and with this year's celebration falling on a Friday, they might just get their wishes! The astrologically inclined - who would like to be wed on the day that the moon is the fullest - will appreciate the Farmer's Almanac which specifies Tuesday, October 14th, Thursday, November 13th, and Friday, December 12th.
Catholics will find that because of All Saints Day falling on a Saturday, it is wise to move up any November weddings to the 8th of the month. Staunch nationalists and Delaware residents may pick Sunday, December 7th, as it represents the anniversary of the state's adoption of the (then) new Constitution of the United States.
Of course, in the end it is up to you, the bride and groom, to find a date that may have a special significance to either one or both of you.