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

Weekday

Date

Holiday name

Holiday type

Where it is observed

 
 
WednesdayJan 1New Year’s DayNational holiday  
MondayJan 6EpiphanyChristian  
TuesdayJan 7Orthodox Christmas DayOrthodox  
MondayJan 13Stephen Foster Memorial DayObservance  
TuesdayJan 14The Prophet’s BirthdayMuslim  
TuesdayJan 14Orthodox New YearOrthodox  
ThursdayJan 16Tu Bishvat/Tu B’ShevatJewish holiday  
FridayJan 17Lee Jackson DayState holidayVirginia 
SundayJan 19Confederate Memorial DayState holidayTexas 
SundayJan 19Robert E Lee’s BirthdayState holidayFlorida 
MondayJan 20Robert E Lee’s BirthdayState holidayAL, AR, MS 
MondayJan 20Civil Rights DayState holidayArizona, New Hampshire 
MondayJan 20Idaho Human Rights DayState holidayIdaho 
MondayJan 20Martin Luther King DayNational holiday  
WednesdayJan 29Kansas DayObservance  
FridayJan 31Chinese New YearObservance  
SaturdayFeb 1National Freedom DayObservance  
SundayFeb 2Groundhog DayObservance  
TuesdayFeb 4Rosa Parks DayState holidayCalifornia, Ohio 
WednesdayFeb 12Lincoln’s BirthdayState holidayCT, IL, MO, NJ, NY 
FridayFeb 14Valentine’s DayObservance  
FridayFeb 14Susan B Anthony’s Birthday observedState holidayFlorida 
SaturdayFeb 15Susan B Anthony’s BirthdayState holidayFlorida 
MondayFeb 17Daisy Gatson Bates DayState holidayArkansas 
MondayFeb 17Presidents’ Day (Washington’s Birthday)National holiday  
SaturdayMar 1St. David’s DayObservance  
SundayMar 2Texas Independence DayState holidayTexas 
MondayMar 3Read Across America DayObservance  
MondayMar 3Casimir Pulaski DayState holidayIllinois 
TuesdayMar 4Town Meeting Day VermontState holiday  
TuesdayMar 4Shrove Tuesday/Mardi GrasState holidayAlabama, Louisiana 
TuesdayMar 4Shrove Tuesday/Mardi GrasObservance  
WednesdayMar 5Ash WednesdayChristian  
SundayMar 9Daylight Saving Time startsClock change/Daylight Saving Time  
SundayMar 16PurimJewish holiday  
MondayMar 17St. Patrick’s DayObservance  
MondayMar 17Evacuation DayState holidayMassachusetts 
ThursdayMar 20March equinoxSeason  
TuesdayMar 25Maryland DayState holidayMaryland 
WednesdayMar 26Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole DayState holidayHawaii 
MondayMar 31César Chávez DayState holidayCA, CO*, TX* 
MondayMar 31Seward’s DayState holidayAlaska 
WednesdayApr 2Pascua Florida DayState holidayFlorida 
SundayApr 6National Tartan DayObservance  
SundayApr 13Thomas Jefferson’s BirthdayObservance  
SundayApr 13Palm SundayChristian  
TuesdayApr 15Tax DayObservance  
TuesdayApr 15Passover (first day)Jewish holiday  
TuesdayApr 15Father Damien DayLocal observanceHawaii 
WednesdayApr 16Emancipation DayState holidayDistrict of Columbia 
ThursdayApr 17Maundy ThursdayChristian  
FridayApr 18Good FridayState holiday14 states 
FridayApr 18Orthodox Good FridayOrthodox  
SaturdayApr 19Orthodox Holy SaturdayOrthodox  
SaturdayApr 19Holy SaturdayChristian  
SundayApr 20Easter SundayObservance, Christian  
SundayApr 20Orthodox EasterOrthodox  
MondayApr 21Easter MondayChristian  
MondayApr 21Orthodox Easter MondayOrthodox  
MondayApr 21Patriot’s DayState holidayMaine, Massachusetts 
MondayApr 21San Jacinto DayState holidayTexas 
TuesdayApr 22Last Day of PassoverJewish holiday  
TuesdayApr 22Oklahoma DayLocal observanceOklahoma 
WednesdayApr 23Administrative Professionals DayObservance  
FridayApr 25Arbor DayState holidayNebraska 
MondayApr 28Confederate Memorial DayState holidayMississippi 
MondayApr 28Confederate Memorial DayState holidayAL, FL, GA 
MondayApr 28Yom HaShoahJewish holiday  
ThursdayMay 1Law DayObservance  
ThursdayMay 1National Day of PrayerObservance  
ThursdayMay 1Loyalty DayObservance  
SundayMay 4Rhode Island Independence DayState holidayRhode Island 
MondayMay 5Cinco de MayoObservance  
TuesdayMay 6Yom Ha’atzmautJewish holiday  
TuesdayMay 6Primary Election Day IndianaState holidayIndiana 
TuesdayMay 6National Nurses DayObservance  
ThursdayMay 8Truman DayState holidayMissouri 
FridayMay 9Confederate Memorial Day observedState holidaySouth Carolina 
SaturdayMay 10Confederate Memorial DayState holidayNorth Carolina, South Carolina 
SundayMay 11Mothers’ DayObservance  
TuesdayMay 13Primary Election Day West VirginiaState holidayWest Virginia 
ThursdayMay 15Peace Officers Memorial DayObservance  
FridayMay 16National Defense Transportation DayObservance  
SaturdayMay 17Armed Forces DayObservance  
SundayMay 18Lag BaOmerJewish holiday  
WednesdayMay 21Emergency Medical Services for Children DayObservance  
ThursdayMay 22National Maritime DayObservance  
ThursdayMay 22Harvey Milk DayObservanceCalifornia 
SundayMay 25National Missing Children’s DayObservance  
MondayMay 26Jefferson Davis BirthdayObservanceMississippi 
MondayMay 26Memorial DayNational holiday  
TuesdayMay 27Isra and Mi’rajMuslim  
ThursdayMay 29Ascension DayChristian  
SundayJun 1Statehood DayState holidayKentucky, Tennessee 
MondayJun 2Jefferson Davis BirthdayState holidayAlabama 
TuesdayJun 3Jefferson Davis BirthdayObservanceFlorida 
WednesdayJun 4ShavuotJewish holiday  
FridayJun 6D-DayObservance  
SundayJun 8PentecostChristian  
MondayJun 9Whit MondayChristian  
WednesdayJun 11Kamehameha DayState holidayHawaii 
SaturdayJun 14Flag DayObservance  
SundayJun 15Fathers’ DayObservance  
SundayJun 15Trinity SundayChristian  
TuesdayJun 17Bunker Hill DayState holidayMassachusetts 
ThursdayJun 19JuneteenthLocal observanceAll except AL, American Samoa, GA, HI, MD, ME, MP, MS, MT, ND, NH, PA, RI, SD, UT, Virgin Islands, Wake Island 
ThursdayJun 19Corpus ChristiChristian  
FridayJun 20West Virginia DayState holidayWest Virginia 
SaturdayJun 21June SolsticeSeason  
SundayJun 29Ramadan startsMuslim  
FridayJul 4Independence DayNational holiday  
ThursdayJul 24Pioneer DayState holidayUtah 
ThursdayJul 24Lailat al-QadrMuslim  
SundayJul 27Parents’ DayObservance  
TuesdayJul 29Eid al-FitrMuslim  
TuesdayAug 5Tisha B’AvJewish holiday  
MondayAug 11Victory DayState holidayRhode Island 
FridayAug 15Statehood Day in HawaiiState holidayHawaii 
FridayAug 15Bennington Battle Day observedState holidayVermont 
FridayAug 15Assumption of MaryChristian  
SaturdayAug 16Bennington Battle DayState holidayVermont 
TuesdayAug 19National Aviation DayObservance  
ThursdayAug 21Senior Citizens DayObservance  
WednesdayAug 27Lyndon Baines Johnson DayState holidayTexas 
MondaySep 1Labor DayNational holiday  
SaturdaySep 6Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup DayObservance  
SundaySep 7National Grandparents DayObservance  
ThursdaySep 11Patriot DayObservance  
WednesdaySep 17Constitution Day and Citizenship DayObservance  
FridaySep 19National POW/MIA Recognition DayObservance  
MondaySep 22Emancipation DayState holidayOhio 
TuesdaySep 23September equinoxSeason  
ThursdaySep 25Rosh HashanaJewish holiday  
SundaySep 28Gold Star Mother’s DayObservance  
SaturdayOct 4Yom KippurJewish holiday  
SaturdayOct 4Feast of St Francis of AssisiChristian  
SundayOct 5Eid al-AdhaMuslim  
MondayOct 6Child Health DayObservance  
ThursdayOct 9First Day of SukkotJewish holiday  
ThursdayOct 9Leif Erikson DayObservance  
MondayOct 13Indigenous People’s DayState holidayCalifornia 
MondayOct 13Native Americans’ DayState holidaySouth Dakota 
MondayOct 13Columbus DayNational holidayAll except CA, FL, HI, NV, SD, TX, WA 
WednesdayOct 15White Cane Safety DayObservance  
WednesdayOct 15Last Day of SukkotJewish holiday  
ThursdayOct 16Shmini AtzeretJewish holiday  
ThursdayOct 16Boss’s DayObservance  
FridayOct 17Alaska Day observedState holidayAlaska 
SaturdayOct 18Alaska DayState holidayAlaska 
ThursdayOct 23Diwali/DeepavaliObservance  
SaturdayOct 25MuharramMuslim  
FridayOct 31Nevada DayState holidayNevada 
FridayOct 31HalloweenObservance  
SaturdayNov 1All Saints’ DayChristian  
SundayNov 2Daylight Saving Time endsClock change/Daylight Saving Time  
SundayNov 2All Souls’ DayChristian  
TuesdayNov 4Election DayState holiday12 states 
ThursdayNov 6Return Day DelawareState holidayDelaware 
TuesdayNov 11Veterans DayNational holiday  
ThursdayNov 27Thanksgiving DayNational holiday  
FridayNov 28Presidents’ DayState holidayNew Mexico 
FridayNov 28Robert E Lee’s BirthdayState holidayGeorgia 
FridayNov 28Black FridayState holiday17 states 
FridayNov 28Lincoln’s BirthdayState holidayIndiana, West Virginia 
FridayNov 28American Indian Heritage DayState holidayMaryland 
SundayNov 30First Sunday of AdventChristian  
MondayDec 1Cyber MondayObservance  
SaturdayDec 6St Nicholas’ DayObservance  
SundayDec 7Pearl Harbor Remembrance DayObservance  
MondayDec 8Feast of the Immaculate ConceptionChristian  
FridayDec 12Feast of Our Lady of GuadalupeObservance  
WednesdayDec 17Wright Brothers DayObservance  
WednesdayDec 17Chanukah/Hanukkah (first day)Jewish holiday  
WednesdayDec 17Pan American Aviation DayObservance  
SundayDec 21December SolsticeSeason  
WednesdayDec 24Christmas EveState holidayKS*, KY, MI, NC, ND, OK, SC, TX, VA*, WI 
WednesdayDec 24Last Day of ChanukahJewish holiday  
WednesdayDec 24Christmas EveObservance, Christian  
ThursdayDec 25Christmas DayNational holiday, Christian  
FridayDec 26Day After Christmas DayState holidayKS, NC, NH, SC, TX, VA 
FridayDec 26Washington’s BirthdayState holidayIndiana 
FridayDec 26Kwanzaa (until Jan 1)Observance  
WednesdayDec 31New Year’s EveObservance  
WednesdayDec 31New Year’s EveState holidayKY, 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.

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