New Year’s DayJanuary 1TuesdayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 21MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 18MondayMemorial DayMay 27MondayIndependence DayJuly 4ThursdayLabor DaySeptember 2MondayColumbus DayOctober 14MondayVeterans DayNovember 11MondayThanksgiving DayNovember 28ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 25WednesdayNew Year’s DayJanuary 1WednesdayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 20MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 17MondayMemorial DayMay 25MondayIndependence DayJuly three*FridayLabor DaySeptember 7MondayColumbus DayOctober 12MondayVeterans DayNovember 11WednesdayThanksgiving DayNovember 26ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 25FridayNew Year’s DayJanuary 1FridayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 18MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 15MondayMemorial DayMay 31MondayJuneteenthJune 18*FridayIndependence DayJuly five*MondayLabor DaySeptember 6MondayColumbus DayOctober 11MondayVeterans DayNovember 11ThursdayThanksgiving DayNovember 25ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 24*FridayNew Year’s DayDecember 31*FridayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 17MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 21MondayMemorial DayMay 30MondayJuneteenthJune 20*MondayIndependence DayJuly 4MondayLabor DaySeptember 5MondayColumbus DayOctober 10MondayVeterans DayNovember 11FridayThanksgiving DayNovember 24ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 26*MondayNew Year’s DayJanuary 2*MondayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 16MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 20MondayMemorial DayMay 29MondayJuneteenthJune 19MondayIndependence DayJuly 4TuesdayLabor DaySeptember 4MondayColumbus DayOctober 9MondayVeterans DayNovember 10*FridayThanksgiving DayNovember 23ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 25MondayNew Year’s DayJanuary 1MondayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 15MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 19MondayMemorial DayMay 27MondayJuneteenthJune 19WednesdayIndependence DayJuly 4ThursdayLabor DaySeptember 2MondayColumbus DayOctober 14MondayVeterans DayNovember 11MondayThanksgiving DayNovember 28ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 25WednesdayNew Year’s DayJanuary 1WednesdayMartin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 20MondayGeorge Washington’s Birthday**February 17MondayMemorial DayMay 26MondayJuneteenthJune 19ThursdayIndependence DayJuly 4FridayLabor DaySeptember 1MondayColumbus DayOctober 13MondayVeterans DayNovember 11TuesdayThanksgiving DayNovember 27ThursdayChristmas DayDecember 25ThursdayMore about Federal Holidays
In addition to the eleven annual federal vacations, Inauguration Day is a 12th holiday precise via Congress for observance each four years on January 20 following a U.S. presidential election. It is best found through government employees in Washington D.C. and the border counties of Maryland and Virginia.
Though now not technically correct, U.S. federal holidays are regularly referred to as “public holidays” or “legal vacations” because of their extensive unfold observance. Bank vacations are usually the same as federal vacations due to the fact that most banks observe the holiday calendar of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
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Some Federal Holidays time and again fall at the equal date each yr, whilst others fall on the identical day of the week every yr.New Year’s DayJanuary 1Inauguration DayJanuary 20*Martin Luther King, Jr. DayThird Monday in JanuaryGeorge Washington’s BirthdayThird Monday in FebruaryMemorial DayLast Monday in MayJuneteenthJune 19Independence DayJuly 4Labor DayFirst Monday in SeptemberColumbus DaySecond Monday in OctoberVeterans DayNovember 11Thanksgiving Day4th Thursday in NovemberChristmas DayDecember 25