The first day of the Gregorian year and the "Feast of the Circumcision of Christ" . It is marked by making New Year's resolutions, parades, sporting events, fireworks.
This holiday is in celebration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday. It is always observed on the third Monday in the month of January. King was the chief spokesman for nonviolent activism in the civil rights movement in the United States.
President's Day is a national holiday celebrating George Washington's birthday. It is always recognized on the third Monday in the month of February.
Memorial Day is a national holiday recognizing those who have died serving our country in the armed forces. It is always observed on the last Monday in the month of May.
Independence Day (frequently referred to as July 4th) is in observation of the United States freedom from Great Britain. It is always recognized on July 4th.
Labor Day is an American federal holiday observed on the first Monday in September, that celebrates the economic and social contributions of workers.
This day observes the arrival of Christopher Columbus in the Americas. He arrived in the Americas on October 12, 1492.
This is a day of recognition for ALL men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces. This day should not be confused with Memorial Day, which honors those who died while serving their country.
This day is set aside for giving thanks for the previous year and the bountiful harvest. In some cases, it may have religious undertones, but it is also observes secularly.
Although observed by many as the birthday of Christ, it is also recognized by many as a civil holiday.
In the Gregorian calendar, it is the last day of the calendar year. Usually it is marked by social gatherings, dances and fireworks as a way to welcome in a new year. Although not recognized as a legal holiday in the U.S., it is generally an observed holiday throughout the country.