Calendars and Time
From the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
This site provides links to calendars and descriptive histories. Divided into four sections, this site is browsable and keyword searchable too. By following the link to the section called "Various Calendars," the user will find information for calendars currently in use (like the Indian calendar) and out of use (like the Mayan calendar). This site is helpful to anyone interested in calendars, history, and learning about holidays in other cultures.
Learn more about holiday dates, days between dates, historical calendars, and future calendars. See what day of the week your birthday will be on as far out as 50 years from now.
Create and print a calendar for yourself with this easy-to-use page.
Want to know which day of the week you were born? Need to find out if the day you met your significant other was a Monday or Tuesday? Have to settle that argument with a friend about when you graduated? Or do you just want to find out if your favorite holiday will fall on a weekend next year?
Just enter the date and find out the day of the week and other fun facts about your specific date.
Enter a week number and year to locate the week on a calendar and see beginning and end dates; or enter any date to find out which week number it falls in.
This calculator calculates the duration, which is the day count and the number of days, months and years between two dates. Among other things, it can be used to find how many days old you are and the weekday you were born.
What are you looking forward to? See the seconds tick down to your vacation, wedding, or retirement. Share your countdown by copying the web address (URL). The countdown automatically adjusts for daylight savings time changes in the selected location.
This public service is cooperatively provided by the two time agencies of the United States: a Department of Commerce agency, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the U. S. Naval Observatory (USNO). Readings from the clocks of these agencies contribute to world time, called Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
With start alerts, lap times and sounds. Save your timings in a text file.
Shows current time and date in cities and countries in all time zones, automatically adjusted for local Daylight Saving Time rules. Convert times from one location to another or even check current international weather conditions.