Among the things fall means to us are cooler temperatures, the end of hurricane season, students back in school, the end of daylight savings time, bonfires, football games, leaves changing colors, and harvest holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving. Here are some trivia questions to test how much you know about things associated with autumn. Please note we are using interchangeably the words fall and autumn to describe the 3rd season of the year ~ Answers can be found throughout the following pages.
What is the first day of fall called?
How long does autumn last in the Northern hemisphere?
2012 is a leap year with 366 days. How many Saturdays are there?
Name three sports traditionally played in the fall.
Which iconic symbol of the Cold War came down November 10, 1989?
Which U.S. President changed the celebration of the Columbus Day national holiday from Oct. 12 to the 2nd Monday in October?
Although some varieties are available year round, what fruit is freshest in the fall?
What weed pollen causes the most common fall allergies?
How many Federal holidays are there during this fall?
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