July Fun Facts and Trivia

As we kick off the month, here are two fun facts you may or may not have known before and some fun trivia for all ages.

Fun Facts:

  • The names of the Declaration of Independence signers were kept from the public for over six months to protect them. If independence had not been achieved they would have faced treason charges which carried a death sentence.
  • Nationwide there are 31 towns with the word liberty in their name. Iowa has the most with four, Libertyville, New Liberty, North Liberty, and West Liberty.


  • July is named after a famous Roman general. Who is it? A. Julius Caesar
  • In J.K. Rowling’s book, what is the character Harry Potter’s birth date? A: July 31, 1980
  • Which is the famous sports tournament that takes place in July? A: The Wimbledon Championship
  • On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. Which was the name of their spaceflight? A: Apollo 11
  • Other than the water lily, another flower is regarded as the birth flower of July. Which is it? A: Larkspur
  • What does the birthstone ruby signify? A: It is a symbol of love, passion, strength, and confidence.
  • There is a monument named “July Column”. Where is it and what does it signify? A: It is in Paris signifying the Revolution of 1830.
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