Tuesday, August 26, 2008

List of Holidays For Year 2008

Jan 1 New Year's Day
Jan 7 Orthodox Christmas Day (Orthodox)
Jan 10 Muharram/New Year (Islamic)
Jan 14 Orthodox New Year (Orthodox)
Jan 18 Lee Jackson Day (VA)
Jan 19 Confederate Heroes Day (TX)
Jan 21 New Hampshire Civil Rights Day (NH)
Jan 21 Martin Luther King Day
Jan 21 Idaho Human Rights Day (ID)
Jan 22 Tu B'Shevat (Arbor Day) (Jewish)
Jan 29 Kansas Day (KS)
Feb 1 National Freedom Day
Feb 5 Carnival/Shrove Tuesday (Christian)
Feb 6 Ash Wednesday (Christian)
Feb 12 Lincoln's Birthday (CT, CA, IL)
Feb 14 Valentine's Day
Feb 18 Presidents' Day
Feb 18 Daisy Gatson Bates Day (AR)
Mar 9 Daylight Saving Time starts
Mar 16 Palm Sunday (Christian)
Mar 17 St. Patrick's Day
Mar 20 Vernal equinox
Mar 20 Prophet's Birthday (Islamic)
Mar 20 Maundy Thursday (Christian)
Mar 21 Purim (Jewish)
Mar 21 Good Friday (Christian)
Mar 22 Holy Saturday (Christian)
Mar 23 Easter Sunday (Christian)
Mar 24 Easter Monday (Christian)
Mar 25 Maryland Day (MD)
Apr 2 Pascua Florida Day (FL)
Apr 4 United Nations' Mine Awareness Day
Apr 7 United Nations' World Health Day
Apr 15 Father Damien Day (HI)
Apr 15 Tax Day
Apr 16 Emancipation Day (DC)
Apr 20 First day of Passover (Jewish)
Apr 21 San Jacinto Day (TX)
Apr 21 Patriot's Day (ME, MA)
Apr 22 Oklahoma Day (OK)
Apr 22 Earth Day
Apr 23 World Book and Copyright Day
Apr 23 Administrative Professionals Day
Apr 25 Arbor Day (NE)
Apr 27 Last day of Passover (Jewish)
Apr 27 Orthodox Easter (Orthodox)
Apr 28 Confederate Memorial Day (GA, MS, AL, FL)
May 1 Ascension Day (Christian)
May 1 Law Day
May 1 Loyalty Day
May 1 National Day of Prayer
May 2 Yom HaShoah (Jewish)
May 3 World Press Freedom Day
May 4 Rhode Island Independence Day (RI)
May 5 Cinco de Mayo
May 8 Truman Day (MO)
May 8 Yom HaAtzmaut (Jewish)
May 9 'Confederate Memorial Day' observed (SC)
May 10 Confederate Memorial Day (SC)
May 10 Confederate Memorial Day (NC)
May 11 Pentecost (Christian)
May 11 Mother's Day
May 12 Whit Monday (Christian)
May 15 Peace Officers Memorial Day
May 15 International Day of Families
May 16 National Defense Transportation Day
May 17 World Information Society Day
May 18 Trinity Sunday (Christian)
May 21 World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
May 22 National Maritime Day
May 22 International Day for Biological Diversity
May 22 Corpus Christi (Christian)
May 23 Lag B'Omer (Jewish)
May 25 African Liberation Day
May 26 Memorial Day
Jun 1 Statehood Day (KY, TN)
Jun 3 Jefferson Davis Birthday (AL, FL)
Jun 4 International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
Jun 5 World Environment Day
Jun 9 Shavuot (Jewish)
Jun 11 Kamehameha Day (HI)
Jun 14 Flag Day
Jun 15 Father's Day
Jun 17 World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought
Jun 17 Bunker Hill Day (MA)
Jun 19 Juneteenth (MA, MI, AK, MO, CA, NJ, CT, NM, DC, NY, ID, NC, IA, OK, KY, OR, AR, TX, DE, TN, IL, VA, WY, WA, FL, CO, LA)
Jun 20 World Refugee Day
Jun 20 June Solstice
Jun 20 West Virginia Day (WV)
Jun 23 Public Service Day
Jun 26 International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
Jun 26 International Day in Support of Victims of Torture
Jul 4 Independence Day
Jul 5 International Day of Cooperatives
Jul 11 World Population Day
Jul 24 Pioneer Day (UT)
Jul 27 Parents' Day
Jul 31 Isra and Mi'raj (Islamic)
Aug 9 International Day of the World's Indigenous People
Aug 10 Tisha B'Av (Jewish)
Aug 11 Victory Day (RI)
Aug 12 International Youth Day
Aug 15 'Bennington Battle Day' observed
Aug 15 Statehood Day in Hawaii (HI)
Aug 16 Bennington Battle Day
Aug 19 National Aviation Day
Aug 23 International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
Aug 27 Lyndon Baines Johnson Day (TX)
Sep 1 Labor Day
Sep 2 Ramadan begins (Islamic)
Sep 11 Patriot Day
Sep 22 Autumnal equinox
Sep 27 Laylat al-Qadr (Islamic)
Sep 30 Rosh Hashana (Jewish)
Oct 2 Eid-al-Fitr (Islamic)
Oct 9 Leif Erikson Day
Oct 9 Yom Kippur (Jewish)
Oct 13 Columbus Day
Oct 14 First day of Sukkot (Jewish)
Oct 20 Last day of Sukkot (Jewish)
Oct 21 Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah (Jewish)
Oct 31 Halloween
Nov 1 All Saints
Nov 2 Daylight Saving Time ends
Nov 4 Election Day
Nov 11 Veterans Day
Nov 27 Thanksgiving Day
Nov 28 Black Friday
Nov 30 First Sunday Advent (Christian)
Dec 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Dec 9 Eid-al-Adha (Islamic)
Dec 21 December Solstice
Dec 22 First day of Chanukah (Jewish)
Dec 25 Christmas Day (Christian)
Dec 26 Kwanzaa (until Jan 1)
Dec 29 Muharram/New Year (Islamic)
Dec 29 Last day of Chanukah (Jewish)
Dec 31 New Year's Eve

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