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National Holidays
  Federal, Christian and Jewish Holidays 2011-2012  

 

2011
January 1: New Year's Day
January 17: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
January 20: Tu B'Shevat
February 2: Groundhog Day
February 3: Chinese New Year
February 14: Valentine's Day
February 21: President's Day
March 9: Ash Wednesday
March 13: Daylight Saving Time starts
March 17: St. Patrick's Day
March 17: Fast of Esther
March 19-20: Purim
March 21: Shushan Purim
April 18-26: Passover
April 22: Good Friday
April 22: Earth Day
April 24: Easter
May 8: Mothers Day
May 18: Second Passover
May 22: Lag B'Omer
May 30: Memorial Day
June 7-9: Shavuot
June 19: Father's Day
July 4: Independence Day
July 19: Fast of the 17th of Tammuz
August 8-9: Fast of Tish'a B'Av
September 5: Labor Day
September 28-30: Rosh Hashanah
October 2: Fast of Gedaliah
October 7-8: Yom Kippur
October 10: Columbus Day
October 12-19: Sukkot
October 19: Hoshanah Rabbah
October 19-20: Shemini Atzeret
October 20-21: Simchat Torah
October 31: Halloween
November 1: All Saints' Day
November 6: Daylight Saving Time Ends
November 11: Veteran's Day
November 24: Thanksgiving
December 20-28:Chanukah
December 25: Christmas
December 31: New Years Eve


2012
January 1: New Years
January 5: Fast of Tevet 10 January 16: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
February 2: Groundhog Day
February 3: Chinese New Year
February 8: Tu B'Shevat
February 14: Valentine's Day
February 20: President's Day
March 9: Ash Wednesday
March 11: Daylight Saving Time starts
March 17: St. Patrick's Day
March 7: Ta'anit Esther
March 7-8: Purim
March 9: Shushan Purim
April 6: Good Friday April 6-14: Passover
April 22: Earth Day
April 8:Easter
May 6: Second Passover
May 10: Lag B'Omer
May 13: Mothers Day
May 26-28: Shavuot
May 28: Memorial Day
June 17: Father's Day
July 4: Independence Day
July 7: Fast of the 17th of Tammuz
July 28-29: Fast of Tish'a B'Av
September 3: Labor Day
September 16-18: Rosh Hashanah
September 19: Fast of Gedaliah
September 25-26: Yom Kippur
October 8: Columbus Day
October 12-19: Sukkot
October 7: Hoshanah Rabbah
October 7-8: Shemini Atzeret
October 8-9: Simchat Torah
October 31: Halloween
November 1: All Saints' Day
November 4: Daylight Saving Time Ends
November 11: Veteran's Day
November 22: Thanksgiving
December 8-16: Chanukah
December 23: Fast of Tevet 10
December 25:Christmas
December 31: New Years Eve

 
 

 

  Jewish Holiday - click on names for more information Work Restrictions
 
Tu B'Shevat
Work permitted
Ta'anit Esther
Work permitted
Purim
Work should be avoided. Consult a Rabbi.
Shushan Purim
Work permitted
Passover
Work is permitted with certain restrictions.
Second Passover
Work permitted
Lag B'Omer
Work permitted
Shavuot
No work is permitted
The 17th of Tammuz
Work permitted
Tish'a B'Av
Work should be avoided. Consult a Rabbi if this is not possible.
Rosh Hashanah
No work is permitted.
Fast of Gedaliah
Work permitted
Yom Kippur
No work is permitted.

Sukkot
Work is permitted with certain restrictions.
Hoshanah Rabbah
Work permitted with certain restrictions.
Shemini Atzeret
No work is permitted.
Simchat Torah
No work is permitted.
Chanukah
Work permitted
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