The moon for July can be referred to as the Full Thunder Moon, for the reason that thunderstorms are most frequent during this time.
Moon graphic from: http://www.webexhibits.org/calendars/moon-month.html
July will be a big month for Saturn. But starting around July 9, when Saturn will be in opposition to the sun, it will be visible in the evening.
The Alpha Capricornids meteor shower starts July 3, peaks on July 30 and ends mid-August. What is notable about this is the number of bright fireballs produced during its activity period.
Perseid Meteor Shower happens between July 17 and into August. The colorful meteors may be most visible towards the end of the month and into August.
World Friendship Day, also known as International Day of Friendship takes place on July 30th. The original idea for a day of friendship came from Hallmark cards in the 1930’s. The idea of a day to honour friendship was, however, adopted by a number of countries in Asia where it remained a popular custom to reserve a day for celebrating friendships and the exchange of gifts between friends.
World Listening Day is put on every year by the World Listening Project, a nonprofit organization that is “devoted to understanding the world and its natural environment, societies and cultures through the practice of listening and field recording.” They explore acoustic ecology, a discipline that studies the relationship between humans and the natural world as mediated through sound. It falls on July 18 to honor the birthday of Raymond Murray Schafer, a Canadian composer and environmentalist who is seen as the founder of acoustic ecology. World Listening Day was established in 2010, and each year the holiday has a specific theme tied to it. So quiet down, open up your ears, and get ready to study soundscapes on World Listening Day.