US Federal and State holidays & observances in year 2023.
The upcoming holiday on October-3, Tuesday is Sergeant Dominick Pilla and Corporal Jamie Smith Day observed New Jersey.
|October-3, Tuesday||Sergeant Dominick Pilla and Corporal Jamie Smith Day||New Jersey|
|October-5, Thursday||Raoul Wallenberg Day||New York|
|October-6, Friday||First Nations Day||North Dakota|
|October-8, Sunday||Alaska Firefighters' Day||Alaska|
|October-8, Sunday||Bill Elliott Day||Georgia|
|October-8, Sunday||Grandmother's Day||Kentucky, South Carolina|
|October-8, Sunday||Grandmothers Day||Illinois|
|October-8, Sunday||Washington State Children's Day||Washington|
|October-8, Sunday||William A. Egan Day||Alaska|
|October-9, Monday||Christopher Columbus Day||Louisiana|
|Click for more October 2023 US Holidays|
| [Updated on : Monday 2nd of October 2023 02:31:02 PM]
The U.S. federal government only has constitutional jurisdiction to establish holidays for itself,
for certain federally chartered and regulated businesses (such as federal banks), and for Washington, D.C.;
otherwise, constitutional authority to create public holidays is a power reserved to the states.
Most states also allow local jurisdictions (cities, villages, etc.) to establish their own local holidays.
However, as a general rule other institutions, including banks, post offices, and schools, may be closed on federal holidays.
Federal Holidays 2024
|Federal Holidays 2024 |
|Date ||Day ||Holiday |
| January 1 || Monday ||New Year's Day|
| January 15 || Monday ||Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
| February 19 || Monday ||Washington's Birthday *|
| May 27 || Monday ||Memorial Day|
| June 19 || Wednesday ||Juneteenth National Independence Day|
| July 4 || Thursday ||Independence Day|
| September 2 || Monday ||Labor Day|
| October 14 || Monday ||Columbus Day|
| November 11 || Monday ||Veterans Day|
| November 28 || Thursday ||Thanksgiving Day|
| December 25 || Wednesday ||Christmas|
| * This holiday is designated as "Washington’s Birthday" in section 6103(a) of title 5 of the United States Code, which is the law that specifies holidays for Federal employees. |