Holiday List 2014

Holidays in US

List of Holidays 2014 in United States U.S

Holidays and Dates for Year 2014

2014 Important Holidays List of United States

List of all major holidays and events for Year 2014 in The United States. The list of holidays and events for Year 2014 sorted by Months Dates

Holiday List 2014 United States

New Year’s Day 2014 January 1, 2014 Wednesday

Martin Luther King Day 2014 January 20, 2014 Monday

Belly Laugh Day 2014 January 24, 2014 Friday

Groundhog Day 2014 February 2, 2014 Sunday

Lincoln’s Birthday 2014 February 12, 2014 Wednesday

Valentine’s Day 2014 February 14, 2014 Friday

Presidents Day and Washington’s Birthday 2014
February 17, 2014 Monday

Mardi Gras Carnival 2014 March 4, 2014 Tuesday

* Start Daylight Savings 2014 March 9, 2014 Sunday

St. Patrick’s Day 2014 March 17, 2014 Monday

April Fool’s Day 2014 April 1, 2014 Tuesday

Good Friday 2014 April 18, 2014 Friday

Easter Sunday 2014 April 20, 2014 Sunday

Earth Day 2014 April 22, 2014 Tuesday

Cinco de Mayo 2014 May 5, 2014 Monday

Mother’s Day 2014 May 11, 2014 Sunday

Armed Forces Day 2014 May 17, 2014 Saturday

Memorial Day 2014 May 26, 2014 Monday

Flag Day 2014 June 14, 2014 Saturday

Father’s Day 2014 June 15, 2014 Sunday

Independence Day 2014 July 4, 2014 Friday

Parents’ Day 2014 July 27, 2014 Sunday

Labor Day 2014 September 1, 2014 Monday

Grandparents’ Day 2014 September 7, 2014 Sunday

Patriot Day 2014 September 11, 2014 Thursday

Stepfamily Day 2014 September 16, 2014 Tuesday

Citizenship Day 2014 September 17, 2014 Wednesday

Native American Day 2014 September 26, 2014 Friday

Columbus Day 2014 October 13, 2014 Monday

Boss’s Day 2014 October 16, 2014 Thursday

Sweetest Day 2014 October 18, 2014 Saturday

Halloween 2014 October 31, 2014 Friday

End Daylight Savings 2014 ** November 2, 2014 Sunday

Veterans’ Day 2014 November 11, 2014 Tuesday

Thanksgiving 2014 November 27, 2014 Thursday

Black Friday 2014 November 28, 2014 Friday

Cyber Monday 2014 December 1, 2014 Monday

Pearl Harbor Day 2014 December 7, 2014 Sunday

Christmas Day 2014 December 25, 2014 Thursday

Federal day off for Christmas 2014 December 26, 2014 Friday

New Year’s Eve 2014 December 31, 2014 Wednesday

Holidays and School Vacation in USA



Holiday name

Holiday type

Where it is observed

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

Daylight Saving 2014 United States

* Daylight Savings starts

The Daylight Savings for 2014 starts at 2 AM on March 9, 2014 .

That means that at 2 AM on March 9, 2014 you will forward the clock to 3 AM so that you lose one hour and get one less hour of sleep. To clarify, this is during the night between Saturday, March 8, 2014 and Sunday, March 9, 2014

** Daylight Savings Ends

The Daylight Savings for 2014 ends at 3 AM on November 2, 2014 .

That means that at 3 AM on November 2, 2014 you will set the clock backward one hour to 2 AM and you gain one hour and can sleep one extra hour. To Clarify, this is during the night between Saturday, November 1, 2014 and Sunday, November 2, 2014.