Federal and State holidays in United States of America [US] in the year 2018 and 2019.
|March-26, Tuesday||Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day||Hawaii|
|March-28, Thursday||Minoru Yasui Day||Oregon|
|March-29, Friday||Vietnam Veterans Day||Texas|
|March-30, Saturday||Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day||Oregon|
|March-30, Saturday||Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day||Wyoming|
|March-31, Sunday||Cesar Chavez Day||Rhode Island, Texas|
|April-1, Monday||Cesar Chavez Day||California|
|April-2, Tuesday||Pascua Florida||Florida|
|April-3, Wednesday||Retired Teachers' Day||Rhode Island|
|April-8, Monday||Day of recognition for bone marrow donor programs||Virginia|
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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 2019 |
|No ||Date ||Day ||Holiday |
|1 || January 1 || Tuesday ||New Year's Day|
|2 || January 21 || Monday ||Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.|
|3 || February 18 || Monday ||Washington’s Birthday|
|4 || May 27 || Monday ||Memorial Day|
|5 || July 4 || Thursday ||Independence Day|
|6 || September 2 || Monday ||Labor Day|
|7 || October 14 || Monday ||Columbus Day|
|8 || November 11 || Monday ||Veteran's Day|
|9 || November 28 || Thursday ||Thanksgiving Day|
|10 || December 25 || Wednesday ||Christmas|