Important 2017 / 2018 Dates To Remember

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  • September 4, Monday – Labor Day
  • September 10, Sunday – Grandparent’s Day
  • September 11, Monday – Patriot Day
  • September 17, Sunday – Citizenship Day
  • September 20, Wednesday – Rosh Hashanah
  • September 22, Friday – First day of autumn
  • September 29, Friday  – Yom Kippur
  • October 8, Sunday – Ministry Appreciation Day
  • October 9, Monday – Columbus Day
  • October 16, Monday– National Boss’s Day
  • October 19, Thursday – Diwali
  • October 21, Saturday – Sweetest Day
  • October 24, Tuesday – United Nations Day
  • October 31, Tuesday– Halloween
  • November 5, Sunday – Daylight Savings Time Ends (fall back)
  • November 7, Tuesday – Election Day (don’t forget to vote!)
  • November 11, Saturday– Veteran’s Day
  • November 23, Thursday – Thanksgiving
  • December 3, Sunday – First day of Advent
  • December 7, Thursday – Pearl Harbor Day
  • December 12, Tuesday – Hanukkah (Through December 20)
  • December 24, Sunday – Christmas Eve
  • December 25, Monday – Christmas Day
  • December 26, Tuesday– Kwanzaa (Through January 1)
  • December 31, Sunday – New Year’s Eve

Important 2018 dates to remember:

  • January 1, 2018, Monday – New Year’s Day
  • January 6, Saturday – Epiphany
  • January 7, Sunday – Orthodox Christmas
  • January 15, Monday – Martin Luther King Day
  • February 2, Friday – Groundhog Day
  • February 12, Monday – Lincoln’s Birthday
  • February 14, Wednesday – Valentines Day; Ash Wednesday
  • February 16, Friday – Chinese New Year
  • February 19, Monday – President’s Day
  • February 22, Thursday – Washington’s Birthday
  • February 28, Wednesday – Purim begins
  • March 11, Sunday – Daylight Savings Time begins (spring forward!)
  • March 17, Saturday – St. Patrick’s day
  • March 19, Monday – St. Joseph’s Day
  • March 20, Tuesday – First day of spring
  • March 25, Sunday – Palm Sunday
  • March 30, Friday – Good Friday; Passover begins; Doctor’s Day
  • April 1, Sunday – Easter; April Fool’s Day
  • April 6, Friday – Orthodox Holy Friday
  • April 8, Sunday – Orthodox Easter
  • April 22, Sunday – Earth Day
  • April 22, Wednesday – Administrative Professional’s Day
  • May 3, Thursday – National Day of Prayer
  • May 5, Saturday – Cinco de Mayo
  • May 6, Sunday – Nurse’s Day
  • May 8, Tuesday – Teacher Appreciation Day
  • May 13, Sunday – Mother’s Day
  • May 16, Wednesday – First day of Ramadan
  • May 19, Saturday – Armed Forces Day
  • May 28, Monday – Memorial Day (observed)
  • June 14, Thursday – Flag Day; Eid al-Fitr begins
  • June 17, Sunday – Father’s Day
  • June 21, Thursday – First day of summer
  • July 4, Wednesday – Independence Day
  • August 5, Sunday – Friendship Day
  • September 3, Monday – Labor Day
  • September 9, Sunday – Grandparent’s Day; Rosh Hashanah begins
  • September 11, Tuesday – Patriot Day
  • September 17, Monday – Citizenship Day
  • September 18, Tuesday – Yom Kippur begins
  • September 22, Saturday – First day of autumn
  • October 8, Monday – Columbus Day (observed)
  • October 14, Sunday – Ministry Appreciation Day
  • October 16, Tuesday – National Boss Day
  • October 20, Saturday – Sweetest Day
  • October 24, Wednesday – United Nations Day
  • October 31, Wednesday – Halloween
  • November 1, Thursday – All Saints’ Day
  • November 4, Sunday – Daylight savings time ends (fall back)
  • November 6, Tuesday – Election Day
  • November 7, Wednesday – First day of Diwali
  • November 11, Sunday – Veterans Day
  • November 22, Thursday – Thanksgiving
  • December 2, Sunday – First day of Advent; Hanukkah begins
  • December 21, Friday – First day of winter
  • December 24, Monday – Christmas Eve
  • December 25, Tuesday – Christmas Day
  • December 26, Wednesday – First day of Kwanzaa (through December 31)
  • December 31, Monday – New Year’s Eve
  • January 1, 2019, Tuesday – New Year’s Day