Be prepared half a century in advance with this stylish calendar paperweight. Find the day of the week for any future date by lining up the month and year at the top of the dial to reveal the matching monthly calendar at the bottom of the dial. Unlike most paperweights, this 50 year calendar paperweight even allows for leap years - just line up the January or February in the red letters on the calendar.
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Did You Know?
Did you know a "fortnight" means 14 days? It comes from the English word fēowertȳne niht and is used in several countries in Europe. In America, we use the term "bi-weekly" to mean 14 days, but that can sometimes mean twice-a-week so maybe we should switch to fortnight, too! (unless you like to build forts in your living room at night, in which case, every night could be fortnight and that would be confusing)