Please NOTE that this great classic summertime song starts up automatically. If this is annoying or you are in a public place, you can stop it by turning your device’s sound off, or you can lower the volume by moving the above sound bar to the right, or you can press the Play/PAUSE button on the recording’s bar above. Start it up again when you are in the right environment and mood for this cheery music. ENJOY!
In case you are curious about these days that we call SUMMER, here is a little scientific information about this season.
Summer Solstice is the solar event that defines the first day of Summer. The timing of the solstice is not based on a specific calendar date and time. It depends on when the Sun reaches its northernmost point from the equator.of the first day of Summer, the sun appears
In the U.S., the 2017 SUMMER season officially begins with the Summer Solstice at the end of June -depending on the time zones listed below; and ends with the Fall Equinox on September 22nd 9:54 P.M. EDT.
EDT: Wednesday, June 21, 12:24 A.M.
CDT: Tuesday, June 20, 11:24 P.M.
MDT: Tuesday, June 20, 10:24 P.M.
PDT: Tuesday, June 20, 9:24 P.M.
This date marks the longest day of the year. After this date, the days start getting “shorter”. That is the daylight hours start to decrease. Use the handy Farmers’ Almanac’s Sunrise – Sunset Calculator to determine how many hours of sunlight you get in your location.
In other parts of the world, the Summer period varies. For example, i