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Nov
25
Thu
2021
Columbus Day
Nov 25 all-day
Columbus Day

Columbus Day is a national holiday the Americas and elsewhere which officially celebrates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492. So not only the bank but also all office will be closed this day. Now let’s we know the significance of the day. I mean why do you get off day or holiday?

Why Columbus Day is the national Holiday of America?

According to the large Encyclopedia Britannica, Columbus Day, in the United States, holiday to commemorate the landing of Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492, in the New World. Originally the Columbus Day was October 12; since 1971 the second Monday in October. Columbus was a native of Genoa, Italy, and over the years Italian Americans took up the cause of honouring his achievement. But Columbus explorations were financed by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain.

How Columbus Day becomes the National Holiday of America?

The 300th anniversary of his landing was celebrated in New York City in 1792 by the Society of St. Tammany, or Columbian Order, and the 400th anniversary, in 1892, by presidential proclamation nationwide. During the latter half of the 19th century, the day began to be celebrated in cities with large numbers of Italian Americans, and in 1937 it became a national holiday by presidential proclamation.

Columbus Day came to be marked by parades, often including floats depicting the ships of Columbus, and by public ceremonies and festivities. By the quincentennial in 1992, the holiday was an occasion for discussing the European conquest of American Indians, and some people objected to celebrating the event and proposed alternatives, among them Indigenous Peoples Day.

The landing of Columbus also came to be commemorated in Spain and Italy. In many of the Spanish-speaking countries of the Americas, the landing is observed as Día de la Raza (“Day of the Race” or “Day of the People”). Rather than celebrating Columbus’s arrival in the New World, many observers of Día de la Raza celebrate the indigenous peoples of Latin America and the culture that developed over the centuries as their heritage melded with that of the Spanish explorers who followed Columbus. In some countries religious ceremonies are an important part of the observances.

Thanksgiving Day of USA
Nov 25 all-day

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving is a celebration of thanks for the previous year, with families and friends gathering for a large meal or dinner. Consequently, the Thanksgiving holiday weekend is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. One-sixth of the turkeys consumed annually in the U.S. are eaten around Thanksgiving.

The Fourth Thursday in November. Actually, Black Friday is also a holiday marked “Day After Thanksgiving” and the Wednesday before is often a holiday or early-dismissal day. Very unusually, some schools give students the entire fourth week of November off.

YEARDATEDAYHOLI DAY NAME
2008 Nov 27, 2008Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2009 Nov 26, 2009 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2010 Nov 25, 2010 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2011 Nov 24, 2011 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2012 Nov 22, 2012 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2013Nov 28, 2013 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2014 Nov 27, 2014 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2015 Nov 26, 2015 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2016 Nov 24, 2016 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2017 Nov 23, 2017 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2018 Nov 22, 2018 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2019 Nov 28, 2019 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2020Nov 26, 2020 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2021Nov 25, 2021 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2022 Nov 21, 2022 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
2023 Nov 23, 2023 Thursday Thanksgiving Day

Dec
25
Sat
2021
Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day

Christmas Day

Christmas is the celebration of Jesus’ birth. Celebrations are marked by decorations and exchanging of gifts between family members and friends. Most popular holiday based on greeting card sales. Also known for having the second highest church attendance. behind Easter. Widely celebrated as a secular holiday.

Holiday break

Typically there are no classes on Christmas Eve and December 23 might be a half-day. The break lasts until the first weekday in January after New Year’s Day. In years where January 1 falls on a Sunday (such as 2017), New Year’s Day is federally celebrated on Monday and classes begin on Tuesday, January 3. Some areas include the entirety of the Christmas and/or New Year’s week in the vacation.

YEARDAYDATEHOLIDAY NAME
2008ThuDecember 25, 2008Christmas Day
2009Fri December 25, 2009 Christmas Day
2010Sat December 25, 2010 Christmas Day
2011Sun
Mon
December 25, 2011
(Holiday Observed – Dec 26, 11)
Christmas Day
Christmas Day observed
2012 Tue December 25, 2012 Christmas Day
2013Wed December 25, 2013 Christmas Day
2014Thu December 25, 2014 Christmas Day
2015Fri December 25, 2015 Christmas Day
2016Sun December 25, 2016 Christmas Day
2017Mon December 25, 2017 Christmas Day
2018Tue December 25, 2018 Christmas Day
2019Wed December 25, 2019 Christmas Day
2020Fri December 25, 2020 Christmas Day
2021Sat December 25, 2021 Christmas Day
2022Sun December 25, 2022 Christmas Day
Jan
1
Sat
2022
New Years Day
Jan 1 all-day

Paris. After a year filled with protests, Parisians celebrated 2020 together with a light show at the Champs Elysees, illuminating the Arc de Triomphe. … People wait for the new year’s eve fireworks at the Arc de Triomphe at Champs Elysees in Paris, France on December 31, 2019.Jan 1, 2020

Dec
25
Sun
2022
Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day

Christmas Day

Christmas is the celebration of Jesus’ birth. Celebrations are marked by decorations and exchanging of gifts between family members and friends. Most popular holiday based on greeting card sales. Also known for having the second highest church attendance. behind Easter. Widely celebrated as a secular holiday.

Holiday break

Typically there are no classes on Christmas Eve and December 23 might be a half-day. The break lasts until the first weekday in January after New Year’s Day. In years where January 1 falls on a Sunday (such as 2017), New Year’s Day is federally celebrated on Monday and classes begin on Tuesday, January 3. Some areas include the entirety of the Christmas and/or New Year’s week in the vacation.

YEARDAYDATEHOLIDAY NAME
2008ThuDecember 25, 2008Christmas Day
2009Fri December 25, 2009 Christmas Day
2010Sat December 25, 2010 Christmas Day
2011Sun
Mon
December 25, 2011
(Holiday Observed – Dec 26, 11)
Christmas Day
Christmas Day observed
2012 Tue December 25, 2012 Christmas Day
2013Wed December 25, 2013 Christmas Day
2014Thu December 25, 2014 Christmas Day
2015Fri December 25, 2015 Christmas Day
2016Sun December 25, 2016 Christmas Day
2017Mon December 25, 2017 Christmas Day
2018Tue December 25, 2018 Christmas Day
2019Wed December 25, 2019 Christmas Day
2020Fri December 25, 2020 Christmas Day
2021Sat December 25, 2021 Christmas Day
2022Sun December 25, 2022 Christmas Day
Jan
1
Sun
2023
New Years Day
Jan 1 all-day

Paris. After a year filled with protests, Parisians celebrated 2020 together with a light show at the Champs Elysees, illuminating the Arc de Triomphe. … People wait for the new year’s eve fireworks at the Arc de Triomphe at Champs Elysees in Paris, France on December 31, 2019.Jan 1, 2020

Dec
25
Mon
2023
Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day

Christmas Day

Christmas is the celebration of Jesus’ birth. Celebrations are marked by decorations and exchanging of gifts between family members and friends. Most popular holiday based on greeting card sales. Also known for having the second highest church attendance. behind Easter. Widely celebrated as a secular holiday.

Holiday break

Typically there are no classes on Christmas Eve and December 23 might be a half-day. The break lasts until the first weekday in January after New Year’s Day. In years where January 1 falls on a Sunday (such as 2017), New Year’s Day is federally celebrated on Monday and classes begin on Tuesday, January 3. Some areas include the entirety of the Christmas and/or New Year’s week in the vacation.

YEARDAYDATEHOLIDAY NAME
2008ThuDecember 25, 2008Christmas Day
2009Fri December 25, 2009 Christmas Day
2010Sat December 25, 2010 Christmas Day
2011Sun
Mon
December 25, 2011
(Holiday Observed – Dec 26, 11)
Christmas Day
Christmas Day observed
2012 Tue December 25, 2012 Christmas Day
2013Wed December 25, 2013 Christmas Day
2014Thu December 25, 2014 Christmas Day
2015Fri December 25, 2015 Christmas Day
2016Sun December 25, 2016 Christmas Day
2017Mon December 25, 2017 Christmas Day
2018Tue December 25, 2018 Christmas Day
2019Wed December 25, 2019 Christmas Day
2020Fri December 25, 2020 Christmas Day
2021Sat December 25, 2021 Christmas Day
2022Sun December 25, 2022 Christmas Day
Jan
1
Mon
2024
New Years Day
Jan 1 all-day

Paris. After a year filled with protests, Parisians celebrated 2020 together with a light show at the Champs Elysees, illuminating the Arc de Triomphe. … People wait for the new year’s eve fireworks at the Arc de Triomphe at Champs Elysees in Paris, France on December 31, 2019.Jan 1, 2020

Dec
25
Wed
2024
Christmas Day
Dec 25 all-day

Christmas Day

Christmas is the celebration of Jesus’ birth. Celebrations are marked by decorations and exchanging of gifts between family members and friends. Most popular holiday based on greeting card sales. Also known for having the second highest church attendance. behind Easter. Widely celebrated as a secular holiday.

Holiday break

Typically there are no classes on Christmas Eve and December 23 might be a half-day. The break lasts until the first weekday in January after New Year’s Day. In years where January 1 falls on a Sunday (such as 2017), New Year’s Day is federally celebrated on Monday and classes begin on Tuesday, January 3. Some areas include the entirety of the Christmas and/or New Year’s week in the vacation.

YEARDAYDATEHOLIDAY NAME
2008ThuDecember 25, 2008Christmas Day
2009Fri December 25, 2009 Christmas Day
2010Sat December 25, 2010 Christmas Day
2011Sun
Mon
December 25, 2011
(Holiday Observed – Dec 26, 11)
Christmas Day
Christmas Day observed
2012 Tue December 25, 2012 Christmas Day
2013Wed December 25, 2013 Christmas Day
2014Thu December 25, 2014 Christmas Day
2015Fri December 25, 2015 Christmas Day
2016Sun December 25, 2016 Christmas Day
2017Mon December 25, 2017 Christmas Day
2018Tue December 25, 2018 Christmas Day
2019Wed December 25, 2019 Christmas Day
2020Fri December 25, 2020 Christmas Day
2021Sat December 25, 2021 Christmas Day
2022Sun December 25, 2022 Christmas Day
Jan
1
Wed
2025
New Years Day
Jan 1 all-day

Paris. After a year filled with protests, Parisians celebrated 2020 together with a light show at the Champs Elysees, illuminating the Arc de Triomphe. … People wait for the new year’s eve fireworks at the Arc de Triomphe at Champs Elysees in Paris, France on December 31, 2019.Jan 1, 2020

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