USA Up Coming Holidays | Federal And State In USA

Do you know that in USA there is always a time people do have time to rest and enjoy with their friends and family. Below in this write up, you will see USA Up Coming Holidays between the federal and sate government.

USA Up Coming Holidays

Federal holidays, often observed with paid-time off from work, were created by Congress in 1885 when it was decided that federal employees should have certain days off from work.

DayDateHolidayComments
TuesdayJanuary 01New Year’s Day
FridayJanuary 18Lee-Jackson DayVirginia. Friday before 3rd Monday in January
SaturdayJanuary 19Confederate Heroes’ DayTexas only. Always celebrated on 19 January
MondayJanuary 21Martin Luther King Jr. Day3rd Monday in January
MondayJanuary 21Civil Rights DayArizona, New Hampshire. 3rd Monday in January
MondayJanuary 21Idaho Human Rights DayIdaho. 3rd Monday in January
MondayJanuary 21Robert E Lee’s BirthdayAlabama, Mississippi only. Third Monday in January
TuesdayFebruary 12Lincoln’s BirthdayConnecticut, Illinois, Missouri, New York.
MondayFebruary 18President’s Day3rd Monday in February. Not all states
MondayFebruary 18Daisy Gatson Bates DayArkansas only. 3rd Monday in February
SundayFebruary 24Edward Dickinson Baker DayHonors an Oregon Senator who died in the Civil War
SaturdayMarch 02Texas Independence DayTexas only. Always celebrated on 2 March
MondayMarch 04Idaho DayIdaho only
TuesdayMarch 05Mardi GrasAlabama, Louisiana only.
TuesdayMarch 05Town Meeting DayVermont. 1st Tuesday in March
MondayMarch 25Seward’s DayAlaska only. Last Monday in March
TuesdayMarch 26Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole DayHawaii only.
SundayMarch 31Cesar Chavez DayState holiday in California, Texas
MondayApril 15Patriots DayMaine, Massachusetts. 3rd Monday in April
TuesdayApril 16Emancipation DayWashington DC Only. Weekday closest to April 16th
FridayApril 19Good FridayCT, DE, HI, IN, KY, LA, NJ, NC, ND, TN
SundayApril 21San Jacinto DayTexas. Always celebrated on 21 April
MondayApril 22Confederate Memorial DayAlabama. 4th Monday in April
MondayApril 22State HolidayGeorgia, April 26 or nearest Monday
FridayApril 26Arbor DayNebraska. Last Friday in April
MondayApril 29Confederate Memorial DayMississippi. Last Monday in April
WednesdayMay 08Truman DayMissouri only. 8 May or nearest weekday
FridayMay 10Confederate Memorial DaySouth Carolina only. 10 May or nearest weekday
SundayMay 12Mother’s Day2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
MondayMay 27Memorial DayLast Monday in May
MondayJune 03Jefferson Davis’ BirthdayAlabama only. First Monday in June
TuesdayJune 11King Kamehameha I DayHawaii only
SundayJune 16Father’s Day3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday
WednesdayJune 19Emancipation DayTexas only. Juneteenth
ThursdayJune 20West Virginia DayWest Virginia only. Always celebrated on 20 June
ThursdayJuly 04Independence Day
WednesdayJuly 24Pioneer DayUtah only. 24 July or nearest weekday
MondayAugust 12Victory DayRhode Island only. 2nd Monday in August
FridayAugust 16Bennington Battle DayVermont only. 16 August or nearest weekday
FridayAugust 16Statehood DayHawaii only. 3rd Friday in August
TuesdayAugust 27Lyndon Baines Johnson DayTexas only. Always celebrated on 27 August
MondaySeptember 02Labor Day1st Monday in September
MondayOctober 14Columbus Day2nd Monday in October
FridayOctober 18Alaska DayAlaska only. 18 October or nearest weekday
FridayOctober 25Nevada DayNevada only. Last Friday in October
TuesdayNovember 05General Election DayMT
MondayNovember 11Veterans DayExcept Wisconsin
ThursdayNovember 28Thanksgiving4th Thursday in November
FridayNovember 29Day after ThanksgivingDay after 4th Thursday in November
FridayNovember 29Lincoln’s Birthday (observed)Indiana only. Day after 4th Thursday
TuesdayDecember 24Christmas EveKS, KY, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA, WI
TuesdayDecember 24Washington’s Birthday (observed)Indiana only.
TuesdayDecember 24Washington’s Birthday (observed)
WednesdayDecember 25Christmas Day
ThursdayDecember 26Day after ChristmasNorth Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia.
TuesdayDecember 31New Year’s EveKentucky, Michigan, Wisconsin only.

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please Note that:

  • If a federal holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday is a holiday; if a holiday falls on a Sunday the following Monday is a holiday.
  • State holidays are holidays for the government and public sector in that state and many, but not all, private businesses will give employees the day off

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