United States Public Holidays 2015 List including Federal Government & Bank Holidays

United States Public Holidays 2015 List including Federal Government & Bank Holidays has been provided here. It is one of the most powerful nations in the world. United States is also one of the most advanced countries in the world. In this article, we have compiled a list of the public holidays, bank holidays, federal holidays and observances for the upcoming year 2015 in the United States of America.

United States Public Holidays 2015 List including Federal Government & Bank Holidays

Date  Holiday name  Holiday type 
Jan 1 New Year’s Day National holiday
Jan 3 The Prophet’s Birthday Muslim
Jan 6 Epiphany Christian
Jan 7 Orthodox Christmas Day Orthodox
Jan 13 Stephen Foster Memorial Day Observance
Jan 14 Orthodox New Year Orthodox
Jan 16 Lee Jackson Day State holiday
Jan 19 Martin Luther King Day National holiday
Jan 19 Robert E Lee’s Birthday State holiday
Jan 19 Robert E Lee’s Birthday State holiday
Jan 19 Confederate Memorial Day State holiday
Jan 19 Idaho Human Rights Day State holiday
Jan 19 Civil Rights Day State holiday
Jan 29 Kansas Day Observance
Feb 1 National Freedom Day Observance
Feb 2 Groundhog Day Observance
Feb 4 Tu Bishvat/Tu B’Shevat Jewish holiday
Feb 4 Rosa Parks Day Local observance
Feb 6 National Wear Red Day Observance
Feb 12 Lincoln’s Birthday State holiday
Feb 12 Lincoln’s Birthday Local observance
Feb 14 Valentine’s Day Observance
Feb 15 Susan B Anthony’s Birthday Local observance
Feb 16 Presidents’ Day (Washington’s Birthday) National holiday
Feb 16 Daisy Gatson Bates Day State holiday
Feb 17 Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras Observance
Feb 17 Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras State holiday
Feb 17 Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras Local observance
Feb 18 Ash Wednesday Christian
Feb 19 Chinese New Year Observance
Mar 1 St. David’s Day Observance
Mar 2 Texas Independence Day State holiday
Mar 2 Casimir Pulaski Day State holiday
Mar 2 Read Across America Day Observance
Mar 3 Town Meeting Day Vermont State holiday
Mar 5 Purim Jewish holiday
Mar 6 Employee Appreciation Day Observance
Mar 8 Daylight Saving Time starts Clock change/Daylight Saving Time
Mar 17 St. Patrick’s Day Observance
Mar 17 Evacuation Day State holiday
Mar 20 March equinox Season
Mar 25 Maryland Day Local observance
Mar 26 Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day State holiday
Mar 29 Palm Sunday Christian
Mar 30 Seward’s Day State holiday
Mar 31 César Chávez Day State holiday
Apr 2 Maundy Thursday Christian
Apr 2 Pascua Florida Day Local observance
Apr 3 Good Friday State holiday
Apr 4 Holy Saturday Christian
Apr 4 Passover (first day) Jewish holiday
Apr 5 Easter Sunday Observance, Christian
Apr 6 Easter Monday Christian
Apr 6 National Tartan Day Observance
Apr 10 Orthodox Good Friday Orthodox
Apr 11 Last Day of Passover Jewish holiday
Apr 11 Orthodox Holy Saturday Orthodox
Apr 12 Orthodox Easter Orthodox
Apr 13 Orthodox Easter Monday Orthodox
Apr 13 Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday Observance
Apr 15 Yom HaShoah Jewish holiday
Apr 15 Tax Day Observance
Apr 15 Father Damien Day Local observance
Apr 16 Emancipation Day State holiday
Apr 20 Patriot’s Day State holiday
Apr 21 San Jacinto Day State holiday
Apr 21 National Library Workers’ Day Observance
Apr 22 Oklahoma Day Local observance
Apr 22 Administrative Professionals Day Observance
Apr 23 Yom Ha’atzmaut Jewish holiday
Apr 24 Arbor Day State holiday
Apr 26 Confederate Memorial Day Local observance
Apr 27 Confederate Memorial Day State holiday
Apr 27 Confederate Memorial Day State holiday
May 1 Law Day Observance
May 1 Loyalty Day Observance
May 2 National Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Day Observance
May 4 Rhode Island Independence Day Local observance
May 5 Cinco de Mayo Observance
May 5 Primary Election Day Indiana State holiday
May 6 National Nurses Day Observance
May 7 Lag BaOmer Jewish holiday
May 7 National Day of Prayer Observance
May 8 Truman Day State holiday
May 10 Mothers’ Day Observance
May 10 Confederate Memorial Day State holiday
May 10 Confederate Memorial Day Local observance
May 11 Confederate Memorial Day observed State holiday
May 14 Ascension Day Christian
May 15 Peace Officers Memorial Day Observance
May 15 National Defense Transportation Day Observance
May 16 Isra and Mi’raj Muslim
May 16 Armed Forces Day Observance
May 20 Emergency Medical Services for Children Day Observance
May 22 National Maritime Day Observance
May 22 Harvey Milk Day Local observance
May 24 Pentecost Christian
May 24 Shavuot Jewish holiday
May 25 Whit Monday Christian
May 25 Memorial Day National holiday
May 25 Jefferson Davis Birthday Local observance
May 25 National Missing Children’s Day Observance
May 31 Trinity Sunday Christian
Jun 1 Statehood Day Local observance
Jun 1 Jefferson Davis Birthday State holiday
Jun 3 Jefferson Davis Birthday Local observance
Jun 4 Corpus Christi Christian
Jun 6 D-Day Observance
Jun 11 Kamehameha Day State holiday
Jun 14 Flag Day Observance
Jun 17 Bunker Hill Day State holiday
Jun 18 Ramadan starts Muslim
Jun 19 Juneteenth Local observance
Jun 19 Emancipation Day State holiday
Jun 20 West Virginia Day State holiday
Jun 21 June Solstice Season
Jun 21 Fathers’ Day Observance
Jul 3 Independence Day observed National holiday
Jul 4 Independence Day National holiday
Jul 13 Lailat al-Qadr Muslim
Jul 18 Eid al-Fitr Muslim
Jul 24 Pioneer Day State holiday
Jul 26 Tisha B’Av Jewish holiday
Jul 26 Parents’ Day Observance
Aug 1 Colorado Day Local observance
Aug 10 Victory Day State holiday
Aug 15 Assumption of Mary Christian
Aug 16 Bennington Battle Day State holiday
Aug 17 Bennington Battle Day observed State holiday
Aug 19 National Aviation Day Observance
Aug 21 Statehood Day in Hawaii State holiday
Aug 21 Senior Citizens Day Observance
Aug 26 Women’s Equality Day Observance
Aug 27 Lyndon Baines Johnson Day State holiday
Sep 7 Labor Day National holiday
Sep 9 California Admission Day Local observance
Sep 11 Patriot Day Observance
Sep 12 Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day Observance
Sep 13 National Grandparents Day Observance
Sep 14 Rosh Hashana State holiday
Sep 14 Rosh Hashana Jewish holiday
Sep 17 Constitution Day and Citizenship Day Observance
Sep 18 National POW/MIA Recognition Day Observance
Sep 22 Emancipation Day Local observance
Sep 23 Yom Kippur State holiday
Sep 23 Yom Kippur Jewish holiday
Sep 23 September equinox Season
Sep 24 Eid al-Adha Muslim
Sep 25 Native Americans’ Day Local observance
Sep 27 Gold Star Mother’s Day Observance
Sep 28 First Day of Sukkot Jewish holiday
Oct 4 Feast of St Francis of Assisi Christian
Oct 4 Last Day of Sukkot Jewish holiday
Oct 5 Shmini Atzeret Jewish holiday
Oct 5 Child Health Day Observance
Oct 6 Simchat Torah Jewish holiday
Oct 9 Leif Erikson Day Observance
Oct 12 Columbus Day Local observance
Oct 12 Columbus Day National holiday
Oct 12 Native Americans’ Day Local observance
Oct 12 Indigenous People’s Day Local observance
Oct 15 Muharram Muslim
Oct 15 White Cane Safety Day Observance
Oct 16 Boss’s Day Observance
Oct 18 Alaska Day State holiday
Oct 19 Alaska Day observed State holiday
Oct 30 Nevada Day State holiday
Oct 31 Halloween Observance
Nov 1 All Saints’ Day Christian
Nov 1 Daylight Saving Time ends Clock change/Daylight Saving Time
Nov 2 All Souls’ Day Christian
Nov 3 Election Day State holiday
Nov 11 Veterans Day National holiday
Nov 11 Diwali/Deepavali Observance
Nov 26 Thanksgiving Day National holiday
Nov 27 Robert E Lee’s Birthday State holiday
Nov 27 Presidents’ Day State holiday
Nov 27 Lincoln’s Birthday/Lincoln’s Day State holiday
Nov 27 Black Friday State holiday
Nov 27 American Indian Heritage Day State holiday
Nov 29 First Sunday of Advent Christian
Nov 30 Cyber Monday Observance
Dec 6 St Nicholas’ Day Observance
Dec 7 Chanukah/Hanukkah (first day) Jewish holiday
Dec 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Observance
Dec 8 Feast of the Immaculate Conception Christian
Dec 12 Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Observance
Dec 14 Last Day of Chanukah Jewish holiday
Dec 17 Pan American Aviation Day Observance
Dec 17 Wright Brothers Day Observance
Dec 22 December Solstice Season
Dec 24 The Prophet’s Birthday Muslim
Dec 24 Christmas Eve State holiday
Dec 24 Christmas Eve Observance, Christian
Dec 24 Washington’s Birthday State holiday
Dec 25 Christmas Day National holiday, Christian
Dec 26 Kwanzaa (until Jan 1) Observance
Dec 26 Day After Christmas Day State holiday
Dec 31 New Year’s Eve Observance
Dec 31 New Year’s Eve State holiday

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