Holiday usa june: Holidays and observances in United States in 2022

June Holidays and Observances in 2022

School is out, the windows are down, and the grill is lit! In June we’re ringing in the summer and planning as many vacations as possible which is honestly reason enough to celebrate the month. Named after Juno, Roman goddess of marriage, home, and family, June promises a host of special days.

From the official first day of summer and the longest day of the year to backyard barbecues and road trips to the coast, June gives us endless reasons to let loose and have some fun.

June Daily Holidays and Observances

  • June 1: Global Running Day, National Olive Day, Dinosaur Day, Hazelnut Cake Day, Oscar the Grouch Day
  • June 2: National Moonshine Day, Rocky Road Day, Leave the Office Early Day, American Indian Citizenship Day
  • June 3: World Bicycle Day, World Cider Day, National Donut Day, National Egg Day
  • June 4: National Trails Day, National Cheese Day, Hug Your Car Day, International Corgi Day
  • June 5: Constitution Day, World Environment Day, Cancer Survivors Day
  • June 6: National Drive-In Movie Day, D-Day
  • June 7: National Chocolate Ice Cream Day, VCR Day
  • June 8: World Oceans Day, National Best Friends Day
  • June 9: National Donald Duck Day
  • June 10: National Egg Roll Day, Herbs and Spices Day, Iced Tea Day
  • June 11: National Rosé Day, Corn on the Cob Day, Making Life Beautiful Day
  • June 12: National Jerky Day, National Loving Day, Peanut Butter Cookie Day, Red Rose Day
  • June 13: National Sewing Machine Day, National Weed Your Garden Day
  • June 14: Flag Day, International Bath Day, National New Mexico Day, World Blood Donor Day
  • June 15: Nature Photography Day
  • June 16: National Fudge Day, National Career Nurse Assistants Day
  • June 17: National Eat Your Veggies Day, Apple Strudel Day, Global Garbage Man Day
  • June 18: National Splurge Day, International Sushi Day, International Picnic Day
  • June 19: Father’s Day, National Watch Day, Martini Day, Juneteenth
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  • June 20: World Refugee Day, Ugliest Dog Day, National American Eagle Day, Hike With a Geek Day
  • June 21: International Yoga Day, Summer Solstice, World Day of Music
  • June 22: National Onion Ring Day, National Kissing Day, National Chocolate Eclair Day
  • June 23: National Pink Day, Typewriter Day, Porridge Day
  • June 24: Midsummer, National Pralines Day, Take Your Dog to Work Day
  • June 25: National Catfish Day, Bourdain Day, Global Beatles Day
  • June 26: National Chocolate Pudding Day
  • June 27: National Sunglasses Day, Bingo Day, Ice Cream Cake Day, Orange Blossom Day, Helen Keller Day
  • June 28: Tau Day, National Paul Bunyan Day, Alaska Day
  • June 29: National Camera Day, National Waffle Iron Day, Parchment Day, Almond Buttercrunch Day
  • June 30: Blink 182 Day, National Work From Home Day, National Corvette Day, International Asteroid Day

June has two zodiac signs—Gemini ♊️ and Cancer ♋️. If you were born between May 21 and June 20, you’re a Gemini, known to be flexible, clever, extroverted, and sometimes impulsive. If you were born between June 21 andJuly 21, you’re a Cancer and are known to be emotional, comforting, and devoted to your loved ones.

June Weekly Holidays and Observances

  • National Fishing and Boating Week (June 4-12)
  • Pet Appreciation Week (June 5-11)
  • National Flag Week (June 12-18)
  • National Men’s Health Week (June 13-19)
  • National Pollinator Week (June 20-26)

June Monthly Holidays and Observances

  • Professional Wellness Month
  • Pride Month
  • African-American Music Appreciation Month
  • Women’s Gold Month
  • World Infertility Awareness Month
  • National Camping Month
  • Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
  • National Safety Month
  • Caribbean-American Heritage Month
  • National Candy Month
  • National Country Cooking Month
  • National Oceans Month
  • National Rivers Month

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2023 Federal Holidays USA 2022

 2022 Federal Holidays

 2023 Federal Holidays

2022, 2023 Federal Holidays Calendar provides a listing of the date, day and month of holidays and special occasions. This Federal Holiday Calendar will help you plan your vacations for 2022 and 2023.

Please make sure you check any dates with your own states federal holidays before making any arrangements. All Federal & National Holidays are accurate at the time of publishing but are subject to change depending on what state you live in.


The Meaning of Federal Holidays & Special Occasions in the United States

New Years Day
January 1 | New Years Day federal holiday is on the 1st January each year, however many Americans begin celebrating on December 31, New Years Eve.

Birthday of Martin Luther King,Jr.
Third Monday in January | On January 20, 1986, in cities and towns across America people celebrated the first official Martin Luther King Day, the only US federal holiday commemorating an African-American.

St. Valentine’s Day
February 14 | St. Valentine’s Day is not a federal holiday but is a day of love where candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged.

Presidents Day
Third Monday in February | Also known as Washington’s Birthday.

Saint Patrick’s Day
March 17 | Saint Patrick’s Day Celebrates Irish culture.

Mother’s Day
Second Sunday in May | On the second Sunday in May, American families celebrate Mother’s Day. Children ( and adults ) of all ages treat their mothers to something special on Mother’s Day each year.

Memorial Day
Last Monday in May | Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May each year. Memorial Day is a United States Federal holiday and is formerly known as Decoration Day, and commemorates U.S. men and women who died while in military service for their country.

Juneteenth
Juneteenth (short for “June Nineteenth”) is usually celebrated on the third Saturday in June and commemorates the end of slavery. Juneteenth is a federal holiday in the United States. On June 15, 2021, the Senate unanimously passed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act,[86] establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday.

Father’s Day
Third Sunday in June | On the third Sunday in June, fathers all across the United States are given gifts, treated to breakfast in bed, a special dinner or otherwise made to feel special.

Independence Day
July 4 | Independence Day is a federal holiday in the US.  Independence Day, or more commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on 4 July 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

Labor Day
First Monday in September | The holiday originated on September 5, 1882 as the Central Labor Union of New York City sought to create a day off work for the working citizens. Labor Day is a United States federal holiday which is observed on the first Monday in September each year.

Columbus Day
Second Monday in October | Columbus Day is a federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday in October each year.

Halloween
October 31 | Halloween originated as a celebration connected with evil spirits. On October 31st, children dressed in costumes knock on their neighbors’ doors and yell, “Trick or Treat” when the door opens.

Veterans Day
November 11 | Veterans Day is an annual holiday in America honouring the 24.9 million military veterans in the United States. Veterans Day is both a federal and state holiday and is usually observed on November 11 each year.

Thanksgiving Day
Fourth Thursday in November | Thanksgiving, or Thanksgiving Day as it is called by many is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November each year.

Christmas Day
December 25 | Christmas Day is celebrated in the USA on the 25th December each year. Christmas is a time of getting together with family and friends and the giving and receiving of gifts.

New Years Eve
December 31 | While New Years Eve is not a federal holiday in the USA it is a day to celebrate the end of one year and at the stroke of midnight, the beginning of a new year. To celebrate New Years Eve many Americans conduct parties and invite friends and family to them.

 

 

2022 Federal Holidays USA

Upcoming listing of the main Federal Holidays and Special Occasions in the United States. Please make sure you check any dates with your own states federal holidays before making any arrangements.

 

January 2022    
New Year’s Day Saturday, January 1, 2022 Federal Holiday
Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, January 17, 2022 Federal Holiday
February 2022    
Valentine’s Day Monday, 14 February 2022 Special Occasion
Presidents Day/Washington’s Birthday Monday, February 21, 2022 Federal Holiday
March 2022    
St Patricks Day Thursday, March 17, 2022 Special Occasion
April 2022    
Easter Good Friday, April 15, 2022
Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022
Easter Monday, April 18, 2022
 
May 2022    
Mother’s Day Sunday, May 8, 2022 Special Occasion
Memorial Day Monday, May 30, 2022 Federal Holiday
June 2022    
Father’s Day Sunday, June 19, 2022 Special Occasion
Juneteenth Sunday, June 19, 2022 Federal Holiday
July 2022    
Independence Day Monday, July 4, 2022 Federal Holiday
September 2022    
Labor Day Monday, September 5, 2022 Federal Holiday
October 2022    
Columbus Day Monday, October 10, 2022 Federal Holiday
Halloween Monday, October 31, 2022 Special Occasion
November 2022  
Veterans Day Friday, 11 November 2022 Federal Holiday
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 24, 2022 Federal Holiday
December 2022    
Christmas Day Sunday, December 25, 2022 Federal Holiday
New Years Eve Saturday, December 31, 2022  

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2023 Federal Holidays USA

Upcoming listing of the main Federal Holidays and Special Occasions in the United States. Please make sure you check any dates with your own states federal holidays before making any arrangements.

 

January 2023    
New Year’s Day Sunday, January 1, 2023 Federal Holiday
Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, January 16, 2023 Federal Holiday
February 2023    
Valentine’s Day Tuesday, 14 February 2023 Special Occasion
Presidents Day/Washington’s Birthday Monday, February 20, 2023 Federal Holiday
March 2023    
St Patricks Day Friday, March 17, 2023 Special Occasion
April 2023    
Easter Good Friday, April 7, 2023
Easter Sunday, April 9, 2023
Easter Monday, April 10, 2023
 
May 2023    
Mother’s Day Sunday, May 14, 2023 Special Occasion
Memorial Day Monday, May 29, 2023 Federal Holiday
June 2023    
Father’s Day Sunday, June 18, 2023 Special Occasion
Juneteenth Monday, June 19, 2023 Federal Holiday
July 2023    
Independence Day Tuesday, July 4, 2023 Federal Holiday
September 2023    
Labor Day Monday, September 4, 2023 Federal Holiday
October 2023    
Columbus Day Monday, October 9, 2023 Federal Holiday
Halloween Tuesday, October 31, 2023 Special Occasion
November 2023  
Veterans Day Holiday Friday, 10 November 2023
Veterans Day Saturday, 11 November 2023 Federal Holiday
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 23, 2023 Federal Holiday
December 2023    
Christmas Day Monday, December 25, 2023 Federal Holiday
New Years Eve Sunday, December 31, 2023  

Federal Holidays 2023 Calendar US | Federal Holidays 2023 USA | National Holidays in America | 2023 Federal Holidays and Special Occasion dates

Holiday Calendar — U.

S. Embassy & Consulate in Kazakhstan

The U.S. Mission will observe the following American and local holidays in 2022:

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December 31 New Year (transferred from January 1, 2022) US
January 3 Monday New Year (transferred from January 1, 2022) KAZ
January 4 Tuesday New Year (transferred from January 2) KAZ
Jan 7 Christmas (Orthodox) KAZ
January 17 Monday Martin Luther King Day US
February 21 President J. Day Washington DC US
March 8 Tuesday International Women’s Day KAZ
March 21 Monday Nauryz KAZ
March 22 Tuesday Nauryz
March 23 Wednesday Nauryz KAZ
May 2 Monday Holiday of unity of the people of Kazakhstan (transferred from May 1) KAZ
May 9 Monday Victory Day KAZ
May 10 Tuesday Defender of the Fatherland Day (transferred from May 7) KAZ
May 30 Monday Memorial Day US
June 20 Monday Liberation Day US
July 4 Monday Independence Day USA
July 6 Wednesday Capital Day KAZ
August 30 Tuesday Constitution Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan KAZ
September 5 Monday Labor Day US
October 10 Monday Columbus Day US
October 25 Tuesday Republic Day KAZ
November 11 Veterans Day US
November 24 Thursday Thanksgiving US
December 16 Independence Day KAZ
December 26 Monday Christmas (postponed from 25 December)

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US holidays

United States of America (United States of America, USA) is a state in North America. It ranks 4th in terms of territory and 3rd in terms of population in the world.

The state consists of 50 states , which are equal subjects of the federation, and the capital federal district of Columbia. Each state has its own constitution, legislature, executive and judiciary.

National motto: «In God We Trust» (In God We Trust). nine0009

America is a country of immigrants. Representatives of various ethnic groups in America celebrate their own days, which are not national holidays. For example, Jews celebrate religious

The United States of America (USA) is a country in North America. It ranks 4th in terms of territory and 3rd in terms of population in the world.

The state consists of 50 states, which are equal subjects of the federation, and the capital federal district of Columbia. Each state has its own constitution, legislature, executive and judiciary.
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National motto: «In God We Trust» (In God We Trust).

America is a country of immigrants. Representatives of various ethnic groups in America celebrate their own days, which are not national holidays. For example, Jews celebrate religious

The federal government has proclaimed the following ten holidays per year: Commemorations — Independence Day USA — Labor Day

US holidays 2022

31

Taste of Chicago Festival

Every year on the last Friday of June, the Taste of Chicago is held in the USA. The Culinary Arts Festival takes place in Grant Park in downtown Chicago, Illinois and lasts 10 days. «Taste of Chicago» is one of the significant events in Illinois.

January 01

New Year’s Day federal holiday

In the United States, the New Year is officially celebrated on January 1st, but festivities begin on December 31st. And the inhabitants of America have been preparing for this long-awaited holiday since the end of November. nine0003

October 12

Columbus Day in the United States federal holiday

Columbus Day in the United States of America is celebrated on the second Monday in October.

October 15

Sweetest Day in the USA

Sweetest Day is celebrated in the United States on the third Saturday of October each year.

October 31,

Nevada State Day

On March 2, 1861, Nevada was separated from the state of Utah and shortened from the Sierra Nevada. Nevada became the 36th state of America on October 31, 1864. At that time, there was a Civil War between the southern and northern states. «The Battle Born State» is the official slogan of Nevada. The inscription «Born in Battles» (Battle Born) is present on the flag of the state. nine0003

October 31st

Halloween — All Hallows’ Eve (Samhain)

Halloween is traditionally celebrated in the United States on October 31st — the eve of All Saints’ Day. Americans look forward to this holiday with the same impatience as Christmas. Halloween in the United States is an all-American carnival, for which Americans prepare unusual costumes in advance. It is believed that the history of Halloween has at least two thousand years. The origins of the holiday originate from the culture of the ancient Celts. nine0003

November 05

Giant Omelette Days in the USA

Giant Omelette Celebration is traditionally celebrated on the first weekend in November in Abbeville, Louisiana. Since 1985, annually on this Day, Louisiana cooks have been preparing a huge Friendship omelet, which consists of 5 thousand eggs, 25 liters of milk, 10 kg of greens and 6 liters of butter.

November 11

Veterans Day — end of World War I federal holiday

November 11 is Veterans Day in the United States. This holiday was known as Armistice Day, and the celebration was held in honor of the American veterans of World War I. The date was not chosen by chance — November 11, 1918 Day of the end of World War I.

November 17

International No Smoking Day

The third Thursday in November is traditionally celebrated as Great American Smoke Out Day. In 1977, this Day was established by the decision of the American Cancer Society, promoting a healthy lifestyle. nine0003

November 24

USA Friends Day

November 24 is the Day of Making Friends and Influencing People in the USA.

November 24

Thanksgiving Day in the USA federal holiday

Thanksgiving Day is one of the most beloved and popular holidays in America, which is celebrated annually on the fourth Thursday in November. Thanksgiving Day is a celebration of the harvest, an expression of gratitude and gratitude to God, family, friends for a good attitude and material well-being. nine0003

January 16

Religious Freedom Day in the USA

January 16 is declared Religious Freedom Day in the United States. On this Day, Americans remember the history of their country and the struggle for civil rights to freedom of various religions. Every year, the President of the United States calls on the citizens of America to celebrate Religious Freedom Day with appropriate activities in families, schools, universities, and institutions.

January 17

Martin Luther King Day federal holiday

National holiday Martin Luther King Day, dedicated to the life and ideals of a black priest and African American civil rights activist, is celebrated throughout America on the third Monday in January.

January 19

Robert Lee’s birthday

In the United States, the birthday of the legendary military leader Robert Edward Lee is celebrated on January 19, only in the states of Mississippi and Alabama the holiday was moved to the third January Monday. nine0003

December 25

Catholic Christmas federal holiday

December 25 is celebrated in the United States as Christmas, one of the most important Christian holidays dedicated to the birth of Jesus Christ.

December 26

Kwanza Festival in the USA

The African American Kwanza Spiritual Festival is traditionally celebrated in the USA from December 26 to January 1. The main purpose of the holiday is to develop, support and preserve African traditions that came to the United States in the 17th and 18th centuries. nine0003

February 01

National Freedom Day in the United States

Every year on February 1, National Freedom Day is celebrated in the United States of America.

February 02

Groundhog Day in the USA

Groundhog Day is traditionally celebrated in the USA on February 2nd. Americans, based on the behavior of the groundhog, on this Day make a weather forecast for the onset of spring.

February 03

Lunar New Year

Chinese Lunar New Year is the most important holiday of the year. The Chinese call the New Year the Chunjie Spring Festival, which lasts for 3 weeks. The beginning of the New Year is determined by focusing on the phases of the moon. A large-scale and long holiday falls at the beginning of February. Lunar New Year is filled with symbolic rituals and traditions.

February 12

Abraham Lincoln’s birthday

In some states of America February 12 until the mid-70s celebrated the birthday of Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) — the 16th President of the United States. nine0003

February 14

St. Valentine’s Day (Valentine’s Day)

St. Valentine’s Day (Valentine’s Day) is celebrated on February 14 all over the world. In the United States of America, Valentine’s Day has been celebrated since 1777. This is one of the most popular American holidays. On February 14, Americans honor the memory of St. Valentine and sincerely express their love to dear people — parents, loved ones, teachers, friends, etc.

February 15

International Pancake Day

International Pancake Day is celebrated on a Tuesday in February. There is a holiday in Kansas.

February 17

Random Acts of Kindness Day

February 17 is Random Acts of Kindness Day — an international holiday of global significance. The holiday is celebrated by the whole world, regardless of nationality, citizenship and religion.

February 21

US Presidents Day federal holiday

Every year on the third Monday in February, the United States celebrates Presidents’ Day. The holiday is dedicated to the outstanding personalities of America, who successfully led the country in difficult times.

February 22

George Washington’s birthday

Traditionally on February 22 throughout the United States, the birthday of George Washington, the founding father of the United States, is celebrated. George Washington led the Continental Army during the war for the independence of the American colonies against Great Britain. In 1789George Washington was elected the first President of the United States of America, then re-elected for a second term, and he refused a third term as President.

March 01

National Women of Color Day in the USA

National Women of Color Day is celebrated every year in the United States of America on March 1st. In 1986, the holiday was established by the National Institute for Women of Color (NIWC).

March 08

Mother’s Day

In the United States, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. This holiday is very popular among the inhabitants of America and is in 5th place after St. Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter and Christmas.

March 08

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras is a traditional carnival merry holiday, which is the world analogue of Maslenitsa. Mardi Gras literally means «Fat Tuesday» in French. The holiday is celebrated on the Tuesday before the Great Catholic Lent preceding Easter. nine0003

March 11

National Eat What You Want Day

Every year on May 11, Americans celebrate National Eat What You Want Day or Eat What You Want Day.

March 17

St. Patrick’s Day

March 17 is traditionally celebrated in the United States of America as St. Patrick’s Day.

March 30

National Doctor’s Day in the USA

March 30 is National Doctor’s Day in the USA. nine0003

March 31st

César Chávez Day

March 31st is César Chávez Day in many US states.

01 April

April Fool’s Day (April Fool’s Day)

April 1 is the most fun holiday — April Fool’s Day or April Fool’s Day. This Day is not included in the calendars of national holidays or significant dates, but the holiday is international, as it is popular all over the world. April Fool’s Day is not official, and on this Day it is not customary to give gifts and arrange festive feasts. On April 1st, only jokes, practical jokes, laughter and good mood are welcome. nine0003

08 April

World Oatmeal Festival

The World Oatmeal Festival is traditionally held on the second Friday of April in the United States. The three-day festival is held in the town of St. George (South Carolina).

April 22

International Earth Day

April 22 is celebrated as International Earth Day all over the world. The holiday reminds humanity of terrible environmental disasters. On this Day, everyone should think about what they personally can do to solve environmental problems. International Earth Day is intended, first of all, to unite all the people of our planet in the important cause of protecting the environment. nine0003

April 24

Easter

Easter is a church holiday dedicated to the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This is one of the main and favorite holidays of Orthodox Christians in America.

April 24

Catholic Easter

The great feast of Easter falls on different dates every spring.

April 29

Arbor Day

Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday of April in the United States, but many Americans celebrate this holiday on April 22 as Earth Day (J. Sterling Morton’s birthday). nine0003

April 30

Vietnam Veterans Day in the United States

Every year on April 30, Vietnam Veterans Day is celebrated in the United States of America.

May 01

Bicycle Blessing Day in the USA

May 1st of each year is New York State Bicycle Blessing Day.

May 05

Cinco de Mayo (Cinco de Mayo)

All Mexican Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo Day (Cinco de Mayo) on May 5th. This holiday is dedicated to the Victory Day of the Mexican troops in the battle with the French near the city of Puebla in 1862. nine0003

May 30

Memorial Day federal holiday

Every year on the last Monday in May, the United States celebrates Memorial Day as a national holiday. On this day, Americans pay tribute to the memory of those who died in all wars, armed conflicts and all the citizens of the United States of America who have passed away.

June 14

American Flag Day

June 14 America celebrates Flag Day.

During the American War of Independence, on June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress approved the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the new country. Throughout its history, the American flag has changed many times, depending on the number of states that make up the Union. nine0003

June 19

Father’s Day

Every year on the third Sunday in June, the United States celebrates an important family holiday — Father’s Day.

The first mass celebration of Father’s Day took place on June 19, 1910 in Spokane, Washington. The initiative to create a holiday belongs to Sonora Dodd.

July 04

US Independence Day federal holiday

On July 4, the United States celebrates Independence Day – the birthday of the United States of America as a free and independent country. It is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. nine0003

July 18

National Hot Dog Day

National Hot Dog Day is celebrated annually on July 18 in the United States of America.

July 29

System Administrator Day

System Administrator Appreciation Day is celebrated in the United States of America on the last Friday of July. On this unofficial holiday, they express gratitude to employees who perform the duties of system administrators, on whom the well-being of corporate networks and computers and the successful operation of the company depend. Congratulations on this day to network administrators, and computer administrators, and home network administrators, and security administrators, telephone and cellular administrators, etc.

July 30

New Jersey Ballooning Festival

On the last weekend of July, the New Jersey Festival of Ballooning is held in the USA. The spectacular and popular event takes place at Solberg Airport in Redington.

August 04

US Coast Guard Day

Every year on August 4, United States Coast Guard Day is celebrated in America. This is the unofficial professional holiday of the Coast Guard. nine0003

August 06

Hiroshima Atomic Bombing Memorial Day

August 6 is Hiroshima Atomic Bombing Memorial Day in the United States. Every year on this Day in America, actions are held «against» nuclear weapons and «for» world peace. But it is the United States that is the discoverer, as well as the initiator of nuclear war.

August 09

Forest Fire Day in USA

On August 9, Smokey Bear Day is celebrated throughout the United States of America. nine0003

August 16

Elvis Presley Memorial Day

On August 16, the city of Memphis, Tennessee traditionally celebrates Elvis Presley Day, a popular singer, talented actor and excellent karateka. It was on this day in 1977 that the king of rock and roll, Elvis, died of a heart attack.

August 28

Women’s Equality Day in the USA

August 26 America celebrates Women’s Equality Day.

For the first time throughout the United States, the holiday was celebrated in 1971.

September 05

Labor Day federal holiday

Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday in September in the United States. The holiday is the personification of respect for the social and economic achievements of all working people of the United States, regardless of their level of power, wealth, etc. Celebrating Labor Day, every citizen of America shows respect for the heritage of his country. nine0003

September 17

US Constitution and Citizenship Day

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day has been celebrated in the US since 2001. According to the order of US President George W. Bush, September 17 was proclaimed Constitution and Citizenship Day, the period September 17-23 was declared Constitution Week. Constitution and Citizenship Day is not a public holiday, but the holiday is celebrated by all citizens of America, regardless of whether they were born in the United States or acquired citizenship from another country.

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