United States Holidays Calendar 2016

List of US Holidays Calendar 2016. All you need to know about Public Holidays and Observances in United States.

United States Holidays Calendar 2016

Date in 2016
Holiday Name
Holiday Type

January 1, Friday
New Year’s Day
Federal Holiday

January 6, Wednesday
Epiphany
Christian

January 7, Thursday
Orthodox Christmas Day
Orthodox
January 13, Wednesday
Stephen Foster Memorial Day
Observance
January 14, Thursday
Orthodox New Year
Orthodox
January 15, Friday
Lee Jackson Day
Virginia
January 18, Monday
Martin Luther King Day
Federal Holiday
January 18, Monday
Robert E Lee’s Birthday
Alabama, Arkansas
January 18, Monday
State Holiday
Mississippi
January 18, Monday
Idaho Human Rights Day
Idaho
January 18, Monday
Civil Rights Day
Arizona, New Hampshire
January 19, Tuesday
Robert E Lee’s Birthday
Florida
January 19, Tuesday
State Holiday
Texas
January 25, Monday
Tu Bishvat/Tu B’Shevat
Jewish holiday
January 29, Friday
Kansas Day
Observance
February 1, Monday
National Freedom Day
Observance
February 2, Tuesday
Groundhog Day
Observance
February 4, Thursday
Rosa Parks Day
California, Ohio
February 5, Friday
National Wear Red Day
Observance
February 8, Monday
Chinese New Year
Observance
February 9, Tuesday
Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
Florida
February 9, Tuesday
Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
Alabama, Louisiana
February 9, Tuesday
Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
Observance
February 10, Wednesday
Ash Wednesday
Christian
February 12, Friday
Lincoln’s Birthday
CT, IL, MO, NY
February 12, Friday
Lincoln’s Birthday
Florida
February 14, Sunday
Valentine’s Day
Observance
February 14, Sunday
Statehood Day in Arizona
Arizona
February 15, Monday
Presidents’ Day
Federal Holiday
February 15, Monday
Daisy Gatson Bates Day
Arkansas
February 15, Monday
Susan B Anthony’s Birthday
CA, FL, NY, WI
February 28, Sunday
Linus Pauling Day
Oregon
March 1, Tuesday
St. David’s Day
Observance
March 1, Tuesday
Town Meeting Day Vermont
State holiday
March 2, Wednesday
Texas Independence Day
Texas
March 2, Wednesday
Read Across America Day
Observance
March 4, Friday
Employee Appreciation Day
Observance
March 7, Monday
Casimir Pulaski Day
Illinois
March 13, Sunday
Daylight Saving Time starts
Clock change/Daylight Saving Time
March 17, Thursday
St. Patrick’s Day
Observance
March 17, Thursday
Evacuation Day
Massachusetts
March 20, Sunday
Palm Sunday
Christian
March 20, Sunday
March equinox
Season
March 24, Thursday
Maundy Thursday
Christian
March 24, Thursday
Purim
Jewish holiday
March 25, Friday
Good Friday
13 States
March 25, Friday
Maryland Day
Maryland
March 25, Friday
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day observed
Hawaii
March 26, Saturday
Holy Saturday
Christian
March 26, Saturday
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day
Hawaii
March 27, Sunday
Easter Sunday
Observance, Christian
March 28, Monday
Easter Monday
Christian
March 28, Monday
Seward’s Day
Alaska
March 31, Thursday
César Chávez Day
CA, CO*, TX*
April 1, Friday
Pascua Florida Day observed
Florida
April 2, Saturday
Pascua Florida Day
Florida
April 6, Wednesday
National Tartan Day
Observance
April 12, Tuesday
National Library Workers’ Day
Observance
April 13, Wednesday
Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday
Observance
April 15, Friday
Father Damien Day
Hawaii
April 15, Friday
Emancipation Day observed
District of Columbia
April 16, Saturday
Emancipation Day
District of Columbia
April 18, Monday
Tax Day
Observance
April 18, Monday
Patriot’s Day
Maine, Massachusetts
April 21, Thursday
San Jacinto Day
Texas
April 22, Friday
Oklahoma Day
Oklahoma
April 23, Saturday
Passover (first day)
Jewish holiday
April 25, Monday
Confederate Memorial Day
Alabama, Florida
April 25, Monday
State Holiday
Georgia
April 25, Monday
State Holiday
Mississippi
April 26, Tuesday
State Holiday
Florida
April 27, Wednesday
Administrative Professionals Day
Observance
April 28, Thursday
Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
Observance
April 29, Friday
Orthodox Good Friday
Orthodox
April 29, Friday
Arbor Day
Nebraska
April 30, Saturday
Last Day of Passover
Jewish holiday
April 30, Saturday
Orthodox Holy Saturday
Orthodox
May 1, Sunday
Orthodox Easter
Orthodox
May 1, Sunday
Law Day
Observance
May 1, Sunday
Loyalty Day
Observance
May 2, Monday
Orthodox Easter Monday
Orthodox
May 3, Tuesday
Primary Election Day Indiana
Indiana
May 4, Wednesday
Yom HaShoah
Jewish holiday
May 4, Wednesday
Kent State Shootings Remembrance
Ohio
May 4, Wednesday
Rhode Island Independence Day
Rhode Island
May 5, Thursday
Ascension Day
Christian
May 5, Thursday
Isra and Mi’raj
Muslim
May 5, Thursday
Cinco de Mayo
Observance
May 5, “>Thursday
National Day of Prayer
Observance
May 6, Friday
National Nurses Day
Observance
May 7, Saturday
National Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Day
Observance
May 8, Sunday
Mother’s Day
Observance
May 8, Sunday
Truman Day
Missouri
May 9, Monday
Truman Day observed
Missouri
May 10, Tuesday
State Holiday
South Carolina
May 10, Tuesday
State Holiday
North Carolina
May 10, Tuesday
Primary Election Day West Virginia
West Virginia
May 12, Thursday
Yom Ha’atzmaut
Jewish holiday
May 15, Sunday
Pentecost
Christian
May 15, Sunday
Peace Officers Memorial Day
Observance
May 16, Monday
Whit Monday
Christian
May 20, Friday
National Defense Transportation Day
Observance
May 21, Saturday
Armed Forces Day
Observance
May 22, Sunday
Trinity Sunday
Christian
May 22, Sunday
National Maritime Day
Observance
May 22, Sunday
Harvey Milk Day
California
May 25, Wednesday
Emergency Medical Services for Children Day
Observance
May 25, Wednesday
National Missing Children’s Day
Observance
May 26, Thursday
Corpus Christi
Christian
May 26, Thursday
Lag BaOmer
Jewish holiday
May 30, Monday
Memorial Day
Federal Holiday
May 30, Monday
Jefferson Davis Birthday
Mississippi
June 1, Wednesday
Statehood Day
Kentucky, Tennessee
June 3, Friday
Jefferson Davis Birthday
Florida
June 6, Monday
Jefferson Davis Birthday
Alabama
June 6, Monday
D-Day
Observance
June 7, Tuesday
Ramadan starts
Muslim
June 10, Friday
Kamehameha Day observed
Hawaii
June 11, Saturday
Kamehameha Day
Hawaii
June 12, Sunday
Shavuot
Jewish holiday
June 14, Tuesday
U.S. Army Birthday
Observance
June 14, Tuesday
Flag Day
Observance
June 17, Friday
Bunker Hill Day
Massachusetts
June 19, Sunday
Father’s Day
Observance
June 19, Sunday
Juneteenth
All except Am. Samoa, AZ, HI, MD, MP, MT, ND, NH, SD, TX, UT, Virg. Is.
June 19, Sunday
Emancipation Day
Texas
June 20, Monday
June Solstice
Season
June 20, Monday
West Virginia Day
West Virginia
June 20, Monday
American Eagle Day
Observance
July 2, Saturday
Lailat al-Qadr
Muslim
July 4, Monday
Independence Day
Federal Holiday
July 6, Wednesday
Eid al-Fitr
Muslim
July 24, Sunday
Pioneer Day
Utah
July 24, Sunday
Parents’ Day
Observance
July 25, Monday
Pioneer Day observed
Utah
July 27, Wednesday
National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day
Observance
August 1, Monday
Colorado Day
Colorado
August 4, Thursday
U.S. Coast Guard Birthday
Observance
August 7, Sunday
Purple Heart Day
Observance
August 8, Monday
Victory Day
Rhode Island
August 14, Sunday
Tisha B’Av
Jewish holiday
August 15, Monday
Assumption of Mary
Christian
August 16, Tuesday
Bennington Battle Day
Vermont
August 19, Friday
Statehood Day in Hawaii
Hawaii
August 19, Friday
National Aviation Day
Observance
August 21, Sunday
Senior Citizens Day
Observance
August 26, Friday
Women’s Equality Day
Observance
August 27, Saturday
Lyndon Baines Johnson Day
Texas
September 5, Monday
Labor Day
Federal Holiday
September 9, Friday
California Admission Day
California
September 10, Saturday
Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day
Observance
September 11, Sunday
Patriot Day
Observance
September 11, Sunday
National Grandparents Day
Observance
September 13, Tuesday
Eid al-Adha
Muslim
September 16, Friday
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day observed
Observance
September 16, Friday
National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Observance
September 17, Saturday
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Observance
September 18, Sunday
Air Force Birthday
Observance
September 22, Thursday
September equinox
Season
September 22, Thursday
Emancipation Day
Ohio
September 23, Friday
Native Americans’ Day
California
September 25, Sunday
Gold Star Mother’s Day
Observance
October 3, Monday
Rosh Hashana
Texas
October 3, Monday
Rosh Hashana
Jewish holiday
October 3, Monday
Muharram
Muslim
October 3, Monday
Child Health Day
Observance
October 4, Tuesday
Feast of St Francis of Assisi
Christian
October 9, Sunday
Leif Erikson Day
Observance
October 10, Monday
Columbus Day
Florida
October 10, Monday
Columbus Day
Federal Holiday, All except AK, AR, CA, DE, FL, HI, MI, MN, ND, NV, OR, SD, TX, VT, WA, WI, WY
October 10, Monday
Native Americans’ Day
South Dakota
October 10, Monday
Indigenous People’s Day
CA*, MN*, WA*
October 12, Wednesday
Yom Kippur
Texas
October 12, Wednesday
Yom Kippur
Jewish holiday
October 13, Thursday
U.S. Navy Birthday
Observance
October 15, Saturday
White Cane Safety Day
Observance
October 17, Monday
First Day of Sukkot
Jewish holiday
October 17, Monday
Boss’s Day
Observance
October 18, Tuesday
Alaska Day
Alaska
October 23, Sunday
Last Day of Sukkot
Jewish holiday
October 24, Monday
Shmini Atzeret
Jewish holiday
October 25, Tuesday
Simchat Torah
Jewish holiday
October 28, Friday
Nevada Day
Nevada
October 29, Saturday
Diwali/Deepavali
Observance
October 31, Monday
Halloween
Observance
November 1, Tuesday
All Saints’ Day
Christian
November 2, Wednesday
All Souls’ Day
Christian
November 6, Sunday
Daylight Saving Time ends
Clock change/Daylight Saving Time
November 8, Tuesday
Election Day
14 states
November 8, Tuesday
Election Day
Observance
November 10, Thursday
Marine Corps Birthday
Observance
November 10, Thursday
Return Day Delaware
Delaware
November 11, Friday
Veterans Day
Federal Holiday
November 24, Thursday
Thanksgiving Day
Federal Holiday
November 25, Friday
State Holiday
Georgia
November 25, Friday
Presidents’ Day
New Mexico
November 25, Friday
Lincoln’s Birthday/Lincoln’s Day
Indiana, West Virginia
November 25, Friday
Black Friday
24 states
November 25, Friday
American Indian Heritage Day
Maryland
November 27, Sunday
First Sunday of Advent
Christian
November 28, Monday
Cyber Monday
Observance
December 6, Tuesday
St Nicholas’ Day
Observance
December 7, Wednesday
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Observance
December 8, Thursday
Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Christian
December 12, Monday
The Prophet’s Birthday
Muslim
December 12, Monday
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Observance
December 13, Tuesday
U.S. National Guard Birthday
Observance
December 17, Saturday
Pan American Aviation Day
Observance
December 17, Saturday
Wright Brothers Day
Observance
December 21, Wednesday
December Solstice
Season
December 23, Friday
Christmas Eve observed
KS*, LA, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA*, WI
December 24, Saturday
Christmas Eve
KS*, LA, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA*, WI
December 24, Saturday
Christmas Eve
Observance, Christian
December 25, Sunday
Chanukah/Hanukkah (first day)
Jewish holiday
December 25, Sunday
Christmas Day
Federal Holiday
December 26, Monday
Christmas Day observed
Federal Holiday
December 26, Monday
Kwanzaa (until January 1)
Observance
December 26, Monday
Day After Christmas Day
KS, KY, NC, NC, NH, SC, TX
December 30, Friday,
New Year’s Eve observed
LA, MI, WI

December 31, Saturday
New Year’s Eve
LA, MI, WI

December 31, Saturday
New Year’s Eve
Observance

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