2022 HOLIDAYS AND OBSERVANCES IN THE UNITED STATES

New Years Day – January 1
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 17
Valentine’s Day – February 14
President’s Day – February 21
Ash Wednesday – March 2
Daylight Savings Time Begins – March 13
St. Patrick’s Day – March 17
First Day of Spring – March 20
Palm Sunday – April 10
Passover, Begins at Sunset – April 15
Good Friday – April 15
Easter – April 17
Earth Day – April 22
Mother’s Day – May 8
Memorial Day – May 30
Flag Day – June 14
Father’s Day – June 19
First Day of Summer – June 21
Independence Day – July 4
Labor Day – September 5
Patriots Day – September 11
Grandparents Day – September 11
First Day of Autumn – September 22
Rosh Hashanah, Begins at Sunset – September 25
Yom Kippur, Begins at Sunset – October 4
Columbus Day – October 10
Indigenous Peoples’ Day – October 10
Halloween – October 31
Daylight Saving Time Ends – November 6
Election Day – November 8
Veterans Day – November 11
Thanksgiving Day – November 24
Hanukkah, Begins at Sunset – December 18
First Day of Winter – December 21
Christmas Day – December 25
Kwanzaa Begins – December 26
New Year’s Eve – December 31

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