Observed Holidays

Holidays in which the operations follow a holiday schedule that is different from the main schedule.

Data Type: 
Constrained List
Unit of Measure: 
None
Sector: 
Commercial
List Options Option Definition Unit of Measuresort descending
Independence Day Observed Independence Day Observed is the nearest weekday to July 4. If Independence Day is on a Saturday, the U.S. will observe the Friday proceeding it, and if it lands on Sunday, the following Monday will be observed. None
Labor Day Labor day is a federal holiday observed on the first Monday of September to celebrate the achievements of workers and the labor movement. None
Columbus Day Columbus Day is a federal holiday observed on the second Monday of October to celebrate the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas. None
Veterans Day Veterans Day is an international holiday, observed federally on November 11 to commemorate the signing of the Armistice ending World War I, and all the veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. None
Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a federal holiday observed on the third Thursday of November to honor the dinner shared by Native Americans and the Pilgrims. None
Thanksgiving Friday Thanksgiving Friday is the Friday following Thanksgiving, though not a federally recognized holiday, schools and employers usually grant the day off. None
Christmas Eve Christmas Eve is the day before the Christmas Day Holiday on December 24. Though not a federally recognized holiday, schools and employers often grant the day off. None
Christmas Day Christmas Day is an international holiday observed on December 25 to traditionally celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It was declared a federal holiday in 1968. None
New Years Eve New Year's Eve is celebrated on December 31 as the last day of the Western calendar. None
Christmas Day Celebrated Christmas Day Observed is the nearest weekday to December 25 if it falls on a weekend. If Christmas Day is on a Saturday, the U.S. will observe the Friday proceeding it, and if it lands on Sunday, the following Monday will be observed. None
New Years Day New Year's Day is federal holiday celebrated on January 1 as the first day of the Western calendar. None
Caesar Chavez Day Caesar Chavez Day is a commemorative holiday to celebrate the birth of the civil rights leader on March 31st. None
New Years Day Observed New Year's Day Observed is the nearest weekday to January 1. If New Year's Day is on a Saturday, the U.S. will observe the Friday proceeding it, and if it lands on Sunday, the following Monday will be observed. None
Other Other None
Unknown Unknown None
Martin Luther King Day Martin Luther King Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of January None
None None None
President's Day President's D, or Washington's Birthday, is a federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States, and the presidents proceeding him. None
Not applicable Not applicable None
Memorial Day Memorial Day is a federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May to commemorate fallen soldiers. None
Flag Day Flag Day of the United States is a holiday celebrated on June 14 to commemorate the adoption of the United States flag, though it is not federally observed. None
Independence Day Independence Day in the United States is a federally celebrated holiday on July 4, also called the Fourth of July, when the U.S. signed the Declaration of Independence. None
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