2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule

The Major topic of 2020 was of course centered around the Pandemic, Employment, and Presidential Elections. Nothing is certain, all schedules revolve around the actions of the people it pertains to.


2021 (MMXXI) will be an average year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2021st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 21st year of the 3rd millennium, the 21st year of the 21st century, and the 2nd year of the 2020s decade.

The United Nations has declared 2021 as the International Year of Peace and Trust, the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, and the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour.

2021 is cataloged to entertain the most significant events for 2020, including the Eurovision Song Contest, UEFA Euro 2020, 2020 Summer Olympics, and Expo 2020, but rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

January (months)  The Workers’ Party of Korea assemble its 8th Congress in North Korea.

January 1 – Munster Technological University to open in Ireland.

January 3 – The 117th United States Congress to convene and certify the Electoral College results of the 2020 United States presidential election.

January 20 – Joe Biden initiated for a four-year term as President of the United States, along with Kamala-Harris as Vice President.

January 23 – The Democratic Party of Socialists to convene its 8th Special Congress in Montenegro, the first one after it falls from power, after ruling the country for 30 years.

January 31 –  The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards will occur in the United States.


February 7 – Super Bowl LV to be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida, in the United States.

February 28 – The 78th Golden Globe Awards occurs in the United States.

MARCH 2021

March 8 – A murder trial for the officers involved in the murder of George Floyd while on duty. 

March 17 – The Dutch General Elections for the House of Representatives of the Netherlands are scheduled to occur.

APRIL 2021

April 18 – The 2021 Finnish Municipal elections in Finland.

April 19 – Raúl Castro resigns as First Secretary of the Cuban Communist Party, ending 62 years of rule by the Castro brothers in Cuba.

April 25 – The 93rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

MAY 2021

May 6 – The United Kingdom holds a range of regional elections, including polls to the Welsh Parliament, the Scottish Parliament, the London Assembly, and London’s mayorship.

May 18 – 22 – Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, Netherlands, following the cancellation of the 2020 competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

May 20 – June 12  2021 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.

May 26 – The second-shortest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century will occur, lasting just 14 minutes and 30 seconds long.

June 10 – Annular solar eclipse.

June 11 – July 11 – The UEFA Euro 2020 across Europe, and the 2021 Copa América to be held in Argentina and Colombia. Both competitions rescheduled for June 12, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

June 18 – Israel is scheduled to hold a presidential election.

July 3 – August 7 – The British and Irish Lions begin their tour to South Africa.

July 23 – August 8 – 2020 Summer Olympics scheduled in Tokyo, Japan and rescheduled from July 24, 2020, due to COVID-19 pandemic.

September 1 – Singapore plans to prohibit the ivory trade on this date.

September 5 – The Hong Kong Special Administration Region in China is scheduled to hold an election for the Legislative Council. 2021 Dutch Grand Prix formula 1.

September 13 – Norway plans a parliamentary election. All seats in the Norwegian Storting will be up for election.

October 1 – The 2020 World Expo to take place. Rescheduled from October 20, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

October 1 – October 31 – The Russian Federation plans to hold a nationwide census.

October 22 – Japan holds a general election for the House of Representatives.

October 23 – November 27 – The 2021 Rugby League World Cup \ take place in England.

October 24 – Germany scheduled to hold a federal election for the Bundestag no later than this date.

October 31 – NASA, the European Space Agency, the Canadian Space Agency, and the Space Telescope Science Institute plan to launch the James Webb Space Telescope, a successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.

November  Planned launch of NASA’s Artemis 1 mission to the Moon, the first integrated flight of the agency’s Orion MPCV and Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.

November 1 – November 12 – The 2021 UN Climate Change Conference occur in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, rescheduled from November 9, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

December 4 – Total solar eclipse will occur on the track of totality. 


  • The Polish Parliament assigned several patrons for the year 2021 so that 2021 is to be known as the Stanisław Lem Year, Stefan Wyszyński Year, Cyprian Norwid Year, Krzysztof Kamil Baczyński Year, Tadeusz Różewicz Year, as well as the Constitution of May 3 Year in Poland.
  • The European Union will abolish daylight saving time.
  • The National Institute for Health Protection will begin operations in the United Kingdom.
  • GB News, a 24-hour television news channel, will begin broadcasting in the United Kingdom.
  • The television network France 4 will cease broadcasting in France.
  • China will begin the construction of a large modular space station.
  • Armenia holds a constitutional referendum.
  • The Large Hadron Collider will recommence operations after a period of renovations.
  • Brood X, the enormous brood of North American seventeen-year cicadas in the US, will emerge for the first time since 2004.
  • Costa Rica becomes an entirely carbon-neutral nation (date set by President Óscar Arias) and bans “single-use” plastic products (date set by President Luis Guillermo Solís).
  • The Grand Egyptian Museum, described as the largest archaeological museum globally, is expected to be completed.
  • Science first light of the Vera C. Rubin Observatory is anticipated 2021, with full science operations to begin a year later.
  • Plan S, an initiative for open-access science publishing launched in 2018, requires that from 2021 papers from over 10 European countries that resulted from research funded by public grants must be published under an open license in compliant journals or platforms, available to all.
  • The Indian Space Research Organisation plans to launch the Chandrayaan-3 moon mission in March 2021.

Unpredictable : The Universe; 6 likely possibilities 

this 2021 year will be different since the pandemic is occuring globally still. Based on the vaccine, and the rate of disease eradication these scheduled events may be changed or warped to a different situation.


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  1. The aggregate economy will be better in 2021 than in 2020. This is a fairly easy call. It looks like total production of products and services will drop 4 or 5 percent in 2020. Most of the damage was done in the spring, and the economy has rebounded nicely in the second half of the year. However, the resurgence of the virus at the end of 2020 and the re-emergence of some economic restrictions in the country will cause growth to be slow, or slightly negative, at the end of 2020. REFERENCE <- Click for source

2. Unemployment will drop, but not all the way. A little more than half of the jobs lost from the COVID-19 recession have been recovered. The official unemployment rate has fallen to near 6 percent from the mid-teens levels in the spring. This is the good news. Yet in looking ahead to 2021’s job market, there are several worries.

“One is the jobs that have come back have not all been the ones that were lost. Businesses are revamping their hiring and shifting away from tasks requiring in-person contact. This means many jobless people today will need to take different jobs with different skill needs. Some companies will provide on-the-job training, but others will require formal training, such as at community colleges. There’s also the worry about jobless people who aren’t counted as unemployed because they haven’t been actively looking for work. Counting them as jobless means the actual unemployment rate is closer to 8 percent. A year from now the jobless rate will still be above 5 percent.”

3. There will be upward pressure on inflation and interest rates. As the economy recovers and spending increases, the massive amounts of money the Federal Reserve has injected into the economy will recycle faster. If the quantity of products and services don’t keep up, the situation described by the late economist Milton Friedman of “too many dollars chasing too few goods” will push the rise in prices (inflation) higher, possibly close to 3 percent. The Federal Reserve would likely respond by also raising interest rates.

4. Income inequality will widen. Rising income inequality has been a big issue in the 21st century. It results when incomes of top earners rise faster than incomes of lower paid earners. One of the reasons for the recent widening of income inequality is the replacement of many modestly-paid jobs by machines and technology. The pandemic will accelerate this trend.

5. Federal taxes will increase. Federal government debt — also known as the “national debt” — ballooned by more than $4 trillion in 2020, and another COVID-19 aid package could boost the amount to $5 trillion. Add to this the facts that federal taxes were cut in 2017 and the new Biden Administration wants some new spending initiatives, and the stage is set for pressure to begin to “put the federal fiscal house in order” in 2021 by increasing federal taxes. The most likely candidates for hikes are the corporate income tax and the personal income tax rates paid by higher-income taxpayers.

6. North Carolina will out-perform the national economy. The North Carolina economy and people have suffered mightily from both the COVID-19 virus and resulting recession. Yet several metrics show job losses and deaths on a per capita basis have been much better than in many other states.

This means North Carolina will come out of the pandemic with its reputation intact as a great state in which to live and work. In fact, the state’s economic brand may be enhanced. Households and businesses looking to leave states where the pandemic was more devastating will see North Carolina as an option for a new home. I predict growth rates in both economic output and employment in North Carolina will be better than in the nation in 2021.

7. New economic opportunities will arise in North Carolina. There will be significant reshuffling of the economic deck after the pandemic that will create new industries and expand others.

One area for growth is “supply chains.” A supply chain is simply a set of companies making inputs — or supplies — for companies making final products you and I buy. In the pre-pandemic world many of these supply chains were in foreign countries. The pandemic taught us such supply chains can be vulnerable if a virus hits a foreign country, even if leaving our country immune. Consequently, there will be an effort to rebuild domestic supply chains. With North Carolina’s large manufacturing sector, our state could benefit from investments in these chains.

Another need made obvious by the pandemic is to increase the nation’s self-sufficiency in medical supplies, from gowns to masks to ventilators to medicines. With our state’s tradition in textiles, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, North Carolina is a “natural” for this production.

2021 will still be a challenging year. Even by year’s end we won’t be completely recovered from COVID-19. What will the 2021 economy look like?

AUTHOR NOTE: Do my seven predictions make sense? You decide.

Walden is a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor and Extension Economist in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University who teaches and writes on personal finance, economic outlook and public policy.


ROBYN COBB Canadian-American Author of Historical Literature

  • Who will

    There will be upward pressure on inflation and interest rates. As the economy will attempt to recover after the desctruction of the political and social system by Donald Trump former president 2016-2020. Efforts show slow recovers and spending increases but not by the amount expected, rise in jobs for marketing, programming, design, software, photography, and at home secretaries. America will be “broke” due to lack of preparation and no clear Stimulus payout plan. The massive amounts of money the Federal Reserve has injected into the economy will recycle faster. If the quantity of products and services don’t keep up, the situation described by the late economist Milton Friedman of “too many dollars chasing too few goods” will push the rise in prices (inflation) higher, possibly close to 3 percent. The Federal Reserve would likely respond by also raising interest rates.

  • Biden will make sure pay is fair and minimum wage is a standard per area. Biden will have to raise taxes most likely, but unlike previous presidents will do what he can to make sure everyone is accounted for.

  • Most importantly, efforts to stop Global Warming as its now a national emergency says Biden. The truth is it’s an extreme emergency Globally. Efforts from all countries will need to arise. Possible that Poland responsible for government attacks, and Chinese government becomes greedy using up resources for all of the world and cutting off trade.

  • Automated and A.I therapists, chatbot friends, doctors, surgeons, etc. make their breakthrough- ease of life goes from 0 to 10. Increases in happiness. Losses for Big Pharma. Investors of Bitcoin will see their stats have increased enormously and the biggest and best job for younger generations will be to write, and to game. Need for gamer critiques, gamers, and game testers. EA offers these on their website.

  • The start of the Fall Of Big Banks- with paypal, venmo, cash app, bitcoin, apple, and many, many “online banks” people will see the benefits. A huge increase in learning to trust one another (like us canadians do)

  • Borders will open and Canada will have huge amounts of latino and Americans migrate. Canada will thrive from the mixture. Americans and Canadians will finally become interbred and widely known.

  • A TON of parenting help, resources, samples etc. Basically everyone got pregnant.

  • Solar System expansion, and Europe and Asia get close to collision moving 5cm closer to each other annually.

  • More information will be discovered about Dark Matter. Additionally the holes on the sun will expand, the moon will get closer to earth, and if nothing intervenes then the lunar eclipse may be the last for humans.

  • While neighbors are finally learning what “being nice” is. I will be busy teaching everyone Canadian Values. (this part I know is true). Major Major improvements in Animal Welare. Not only will cow be prohibited in the future (maybe not now) but nutrition is HUGE in the Veterinary and Human media. If we’re lucky we will see an end to RX drug addictions.

  • America will, finally, after all these years restore it’s name with even better values as a Country who looks out for each other, a country of citizens who think nothing less than to smile at one another and be friendly. We will stop being pessimistic and start seeing the world for what it is. The year of peace and trust.

  • Trump will disappear. Everyone will forget about him, but me. Someone like Donald Trump does NOT give up, and if they have to, they fight and if they lose the fight they build a plan. Should we be worried 2024?

Published December 20th 7:23pm CT the taco talk – Cobb inc.


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