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National public holidays. If a holiday falls on the weekend check the Employment New Zealand website or with the council for actual and. Date, Name, Type. Jan 1, Friday, New Year's Day, National holiday. Feb 15, Monday, Carnival / Shrove Monday, National holiday. Download iCalendar 2020-2024 public holiday dates (also includes school holiday 2021 Anzac Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System.

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Public holidays

Public and bank holidays in South Australia are prescribed by the Holidays Act 1910.

Please direct all enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for the South Australian private sector workforce to the Fair Work Ombudsman. SafeWork SA is unable to provide advice regarding rates of pay and entitlements, including those for public holidays.

South Australia's public holidays

Download the 2021-2023 public holiday dates

Download the public holiday dates since 2007

Download iCalendar 2020-2024 public holiday dates (also includes school holiday dates)

Holiday and date2021202220232020
New Year's Day
1 January
Friday
1 January
Monday
3 January +
Monday
2 January
Wednesday
1 January
Australia Day
26 January
Tuesday
26 January
Wednesday
26 January
Thursday
26 January
Monday
27 January
Adelaide Cup Day*
second Monday in March
Monday
8 March
Monday
14 March
Monday
13 March
Monday
9 March
Good Friday
varies with the lunar cycle
Friday
2 April
Friday
15 April
Friday
7 April
Friday
10 April
Easter Saturday
varies with the lunar cycle
Saturday
3 April
Saturday
16 April
Saturday
8 April
Saturday
11 April
Easter Monday
varies with the lunar cycle
Monday
5 April
Monday
18 April
Monday
10 April
Monday
13 April
School Holidays - Term 1 10-26 April 15 April-1 May 15-30 April 10-26 April
Anzac Day
25 April
Monday
26 April #
Monday
25 April
Tuesday
25 April
Saturday
25 April
Queen's Birthday /
Volunteer's Day

second Monday in June
Monday
14 June
Monday
13 June
Monday
12 June 
Monday
8 June
School Holidays - Term 2 3-18 July 9-24 July 8-23 July 4-19 July
School Holidays - Term 3 25 September-10 October 1-16 October 30 September-15 October 26 September-11 October
Labour Day
first Monday in October
Monday
4 October
Monday
3 October
Monday
2 October 
Monday
5 October
School Holidays - Term 4 11 December-30 January 17 December-29 January 16 December-28 January 12 December-26 January
Christmas Eve
24 December

Part-day public holiday

Friday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Saturday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Sunday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Thursday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Christmas Day
25 December
Monday
27 December ^
Monday
26 December
Monday
25 December
Friday
25 December
Boxing Day /
Proclamation Day

26 December
Tuesday
28 December
Tuesday
27 December
Tuesday
26 December
Monday
28 December
New Year's Eve
31 December

Part-day public holiday

Friday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Saturday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Sunday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Thursday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Note: The dates in this calendar are the days the public holiday is observed.

# 2021 Anzac Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce), the Fair Work Ombudsman has determined that public holiday entitlements apply to both Sunday 25 April and Monday 26 April. SA private sector employers should take note of industrial relations laws governing work on public holidays.

* Since 2006 the Adelaide Cup public holiday has been changed each year by Proclamation (by the SA Government) from the third Monday in May to the second Monday in March to coincide with the change in date of the horse race.

^ 2021 Christmas Day: The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when Christmas Day falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2021 Christmas Day is not designated as a public holiday for industrial purposes whilst noting that other laws (e.g. shop trading and gaming machines) still restrict certain activities on Christmas Day. Many industrial awards and agreements include specific provisions for Christmas Day. To check your award or agreement: Private sector see the Fair Work Ombudsman website; Public and Local Government sectors see the SAET website.

† 2021 Boxing Day / Proclamation Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce), the Fair Work Ombudsman has determined that public holiday entitlements apply to both Sunday 26 December and Tuesday 28 December. SA private sector employers should take note of industrial relations laws governing work on public holidays.

+ 2022 New Year's Day: The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when 1 January falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2022 New Year's Day is not designated as a public holiday. Some industrial awards and agreements may include specific provisions for New Year's Day. To check your award or agreement: Private sector see the Fair Work Ombudsman website; Public and Local Government sectors see the SAET website.

Note: School holiday dates are added for reference only and are not under SafeWork SA jurisdiction.

Bank holidays

  • All public holidays are also a bank holiday and all authorised deposit-taking institutions will be closed on bank holidays.

Saturdays

  • When 1 January, 26 January, 25 December & 26 December fall on a Saturday the public holiday moves to the following Monday therefore the Saturday is not a public holiday but is still a bank holiday.

Sundays

  • The Holidays Act 1910 (SA) prescribes every Sunday to be a public holiday.
  • For industrial purposes, the Sunday provisions contained in an Award or Enterprise Agreement will generally prevail over the public holiday provisions unless stated otherwise.
  • When New Year’s Day, Australia Day, Anzac Day and Christmas Day fall on a Sunday, that day and the following Monday will be public holidays and bank holidays.
  • When 26 December (Proclamation Day public holiday) falls on a Sunday or a Monday, that day and the following Tuesday will be public holidays and bank holidays.
  • Enquiries relating to public holiday rates of pay and entitlements for the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce) should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Part-day public holidays

  • A person who works between the hours of 7pm and 12 midnight on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve is entitled to the public holiday rates provided by the relevant Award or Enterprise Agreement. This is still the case when those days fall on a Saturday or a Sunday.
  • As with other public holidays for workers covered by the national workplace relations system, the Public Holidays National Employment Standard applies during the times of a part-day public holiday.
  • Individuals should check their award/agreement for further details on part-day public holidays.

Impact on shop trading hours

  • The definition of public holiday under the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977 (SA) does not include a Sunday.
  • There are however certain trading restrictions applicable to Easter Sunday and when 25 December, 26 December and 1 January fall on a Saturday or Sunday in any year. Refer to Holiday trading arrangements for more details.
  • The Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve part-day public holidays do not affect prescribed trading hours relevant to the day they fall in a given year.

Extended shop trading hours over public holidays

The Government may announce exemptions to shop trading hours in the lead up to Christmas and over the Christmas/New Year period. An important condition of the exemptions is that all employees working during these extended hours will do so on a strictly voluntary basis (that is, the worker must choose to do so).

Any worker who feels they are being made to work during hours to which exemptions apply can contact SafeWork SA on 1300 365 255 for assistance and advice.

Enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for working on public holidays should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Industrial relations

The Fair Work Ombudsman has industrial jurisdiction for the South Australian private sector workforce. Enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for working on public holidays should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Источник: https://www.safework.sa.gov.au/resources/public-holidays

Every year, Italy celebrates 12 official public holidays. These days of rest and celebration range from national days to religious holidays which are widely observed by a majority of the public. 

During public holidays in Italy, institutions like schools and post offices will be closed. Most private businesses also close on these official national holidays but this is at their own discretion and recent years have seen more and more stay open. Major monuments like the Colosseum close on some major public holidays, but tend to stay open more often than not, with the exception of Christmas day and New Year’s Day.

Wondering if you’ll be in Italy during a national holiday? Here is a complete list of the public holidays in the country.

planes releasing trails in green white and red for Italy's Republic Day on 2 June

National Holidays in Italy

1 January: New Year’s Day. Most stores remain closed, but some will reopen later in the day. 

6 January: The Epiphany. La Epifania, also known as La Befana, is a holiday that has its roots in the Catholic Church but is still recognized as a public holiday to this day. This is also officially the last day of Christmas in Italy and many decorations will come down this week. This is widely celebrated as a holiday for children, so you may see performers dressed up like La Befana or come across local festivals.

Easter Sunday: The celebrations for Easter begin earlier in the week and include a major event at the Colosseum on Good Friday known as the Via Crucis. However, the official public holiday is not until Easter Sunday, with Easter Monday also a national holiday in all of Italy. Easter is a moveable feast that occurs in spring but the dates change each year. In 2020, Easter Sunday falls on April 12th. 

Easter Monday: Pasquetta. Sometimes known as “little Easter” the Monday after Easter is also a public holiday in Italy. This is typically a day spent eating and enjoying the beginning of spring with friends. Some schools close for the entire week leading up to Easter, with Pasquetta set as the last day off before classes recommence. Easter Monday always immediately follows Easter Sunday. In 2020, Easter Monday is on April 13th.

25 April: Liberation Day. Festa della Liberazione is celebrated to mark the end of the Italian Civil War and the end of the Nazi occupation of Italy. It remembers those who lost their lives in the resistance movements and may include marches and rallies.

1 May: Primo Maggio. The first of May is labor day in Italy and in many other countries around the world. This national holiday is the unofficial kickoff to spring and summer weather, with many people planning picnics in the countryside or attending festivals like the major concert in Piazza San Giovanni in Rome.

2 June: Festa della Repubblica. This is the Italian National day or Republic Day. The holiday marks the day in 1946 when Italians were called to the polls and voted to end the monarchy and transition to a Republic following World War II. It is marked with a major military parade in Rome. Though it is officially a major national holiday, many private businesses remain open on June 2nd. 

15 August: Ferragosto. Ferragosto is Italy’s major summer holiday. The public holiday lasts just one day, but you will find that many businesses close for several weeks around August 15th, giving employees a chance to enjoy their own vacations. The day celebrates the Virgin Mary’s accession to heaven, though its origins pre-date the Catholic Church and are tied to an ancient Roman mid-summer festival. It is also known as the Feast of the Assumption.

1 November: All Saint’s Day. Halloween is slowly catching on in Italy (at least among the younger generations), however, the public holiday is the next day on November 1st. All Saint’s Day (Ognissanti) was established by Pope Gregory II in the 7th century. It is a day when churchgoers celebrate all Catholic saints, and many Italians travel home to be with family and to remember lost loved ones on 2 November (All Soul’s Day).

8 December: The Feast of the Immaculate Conception. L’Immocolata is another Italian public holiday with deep links to the church. It celebrates the assumption of Mary, but these days it is a festive day that acts as the start of the Christmas season. This is when public and private decorations are usually illuminated and many towns and neighborhoods host street fairs. 

25 December: Christmas Day. Christmas is a major holiday in Italy that tends to be family-centric. Virtually all businesses close and transportation will run on a very limited schedule. Some restaurants remain open for lunch, but it is highly recommended you secure reservations in advance. Here are some Italian Christmas traditions if you would like to join in. 

26 December: St. Stephen’s Day. The day after Christmas is also a national holiday in Italy. Many families use it as a day to visit friends, and while some stores and restaurants reopen, this should not be counted on.

A red decorate christmas tree in Rome paid for by Netflix streaming service

Note: The above is a full list of all of the public holidays in Italy. While these are the official national holidays, travelers should keep in mind that different cities and regions may have additional holidays that are recognized locally. Many of these are linked to local patron saints and their arrival means similar business and school closures in the areas where they are celebrated.

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Public holidays

The following are the dates of public holidays for 2020 and 2021.  

2020 

New Year's DayWednesday, 1 January
Good FridayFriday, 10 April
Bermuda DayFriday, 29 May
National Heroes DayMonday, 15 June
Emancipation DayThursday, 30 July 
Mary Prince DayFriday, 31 July
Labour DayMonday, 7 September
Remembrance DayWednesday, 11 November
Christmas DayFriday, 25 December
Boxing DayMonday, 28 December (since Boxing Day falls on a Saturday, government offices will be closed on Monday, 28 December)

2021 

New Year's DayFriday, 1 January
Good FridayFriday, 2 April
Bermuda DayFriday, 28 May
National Heroes DayMonday, 21 June
Emancipation DayThursday, 29 July
Mary Prince DayFriday, 30 July
Labour DayMonday, 6 September
Remembrance DayThursday, 11 November
Christmas DayMonday, 27 December (since Christmas Day falls on a Saturday, government offices will be closed on Monday, 27 December)
Boxing DayTuesday, 28 December (since Boxing Day falls on a Sunday, government offices will be closed on Tuesday, 28 December)
Источник: https://www.gov.bm/public-holidays

French News

The public holidays for 2021 can be found at French Public Holidays 2021.

  • Wednesday 1st January - New Year's Day (Jour de l'An)
  • Monday 13th April - Easter Monday (Lundi de Pâques)
  • Friday 1st May - Labour Day (Fête du Travail)
  • Friday 8th May - VE Day - (Fête de la Victoire 1945)
  • Thursday 21st May - Ascension Day (l'Ascension)
  • Monday 1st June - Whit Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte)
  • Tuesday 14th July - Bastille Day (Fête Nationale)
  • Saturday 15th August - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (l'Assomption)
  • Sunday 1st November - All Saints' Day (La Toussaint)
  • Wednesday 11th November - Armistice Day (Armistice 1918)
  • Friday 25th December - Christmas Day (Noël)

Where a public holiday falls over a weekend, by local agreement employees may be given an extra day paid holiday in lieu, but this is not obligatory.

Only May Day is classed as a statutory (paid) public holiday in France.

When a public holiday falls on a Tuesday or a Thursday many people make a 'bridge' holiday (faire le pont), creating a long weekend.

Alsace and Lorraine have two extra public holidays - 10th April and 26th Dec.

In terms of school holidays, you can find the dates at French School Calendar 2019/20.

The public holidays in 2019 were:

  • Tuesday 1st January - New Year's Day (Jour de l'An)
  • Monday 22nd April - Easter Monday (Lundi de Pâques)
  • Wednesday 1st May - Labour Day (Fête du Travail)
  • Wednesday 8th May - VE Day - (Fête de la Victoire 1945)
  • Thursday 30th May - Ascension Day (l'Ascension)
  • Monday 10th June - Whit Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte)
  • Sunday 14th July - Bastille Day (Fête Nationale)
  • Thursday 15th August - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (l'Assomption)
  • Friday 1st November - All Saints' Day (La Toussaint)
  • Monday 11th November - Armistice Day (Armistice 1918)
  • Wednesday 25th December - Christmas Day (Noël)

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Public holidays

New Year's Day

Wednesday 1 January

Friday 1 January

Saturday 1 January

and

Monday 3 January2

Australia Day

Monday 27 January3

Tuesday 26 January

Wednesday 26 January

Good Friday

Friday 10 April

Friday 2 April

Friday 15 April

The day after Good Friday

Saturday 11 April

Saturday 3 April

Saturday 16 April

Easter Sunday

Sunday 12 April5

Sunday 4 April5

Sunday 17 April5

Easter Monday

Monday 13 April

Monday 5 April

Monday 18 April

Anzac Day

Saturday 25 April

Monday 26 April

Monday 25 April

Labour Day

Monday 4 May4

Monday 3 May4

Monday 2 May4

Royal Queensland Show (Brisbane area only)1

Other show holidays

Show holiday moved to Friday 14 August 2020 for one year only7

The day previously appointed has been repealed

Wednesday 10 August

2020 People’s long weekend7 only in the following areas:

Brisbane; Burdekin; Charters Towers; Cloncurry; Gold Coast; Livingstone; Logan; Mackay; Rockhampton; Weipa Town Area; and Whitsunday (Bowen area only)

Friday 14 August7

-

-

2021 People's long weekend8 only in the following areas:

Brisbane; Moreton Bay and Scenic Rim

-

Friday 29 October

-

Queen’s Birthday

Monday 5 October4

Monday 4 October4

Monday 3 October4

Christmas Eve (24 December) 6pm – midnight

Thursday 24 December6

Friday 24 December6

Saturday 24 December6

Christmas Day

Friday 25 December

Saturday 25 December and
Monday 27 December2

Sunday 25 December and
Tuesday 27 December2

Boxing Day

Saturday 26 December and
Monday 28 December2

Sunday 26 December and
Tuesday 28 December2

Monday 26 December

Источник: https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/travel/holidays/public

Holidays national 2020 -

Public holidays

Public and bank holidays in South Australia are prescribed by the Holidays Act 1910.

Please direct all enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for the South Australian private sector workforce to the Fair Work Ombudsman. SafeWork SA is unable to provide advice regarding rates of pay and entitlements, including those for public holidays.

South Australia's public holidays

Download the 2021-2023 public holiday dates

Download the public holiday dates since 2007

Download iCalendar 2020-2024 public holiday dates (also includes school holiday dates)

Holiday and date2021202220232020
New Year's Day
1 January
Friday
1 January
Monday
3 January +
Monday
2 January
Wednesday
1 January
Australia Day
26 January
Tuesday
26 January
Wednesday
26 January
Thursday
26 January
Monday
27 January
Adelaide Cup Day*
second Monday in March
Monday
8 March
Monday
14 March
Monday
13 March
Monday
9 March
Good Friday
varies with the lunar cycle
Friday
2 April
Friday
15 April
Friday
7 April
Friday
10 April
Easter Saturday
varies with the lunar cycle
Saturday
3 April
Saturday
16 April
Saturday
8 April
Saturday
11 April
Easter Monday
varies with the lunar cycle
Monday
5 April
Monday
18 April
Monday
10 April
Monday
13 April
School Holidays - Term 1 10-26 April 15 April-1 May 15-30 April 10-26 April
Anzac Day
25 April
Monday
26 April #
Monday
25 April
Tuesday
25 April
Saturday
25 April
Queen's Birthday /
Volunteer's Day

second Monday in June
Monday
14 June
Monday
13 June
Monday
12 June 
Monday
8 June
School Holidays - Term 2 3-18 July 9-24 July 8-23 July 4-19 July
School Holidays - Term 3 25 September-10 October 1-16 October 30 September-15 October 26 September-11 October
Labour Day
first Monday in October
Monday
4 October
Monday
3 October
Monday
2 October 
Monday
5 October
School Holidays - Term 4 11 December-30 January 17 December-29 January 16 December-28 January 12 December-26 January
Christmas Eve
24 December

Part-day public holiday

Friday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Saturday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Sunday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Thursday
24 December

7pm-midnight

Christmas Day
25 December
Monday
27 December ^
Monday
26 December
Monday
25 December
Friday
25 December
Boxing Day /
Proclamation Day

26 December
Tuesday
28 December
Tuesday
27 December
Tuesday
26 December
Monday
28 December
New Year's Eve
31 December

Part-day public holiday

Friday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Saturday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Sunday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Thursday
31 December

7pm-midnight

Note: The dates in this calendar are the days the public holiday is observed.

# 2021 Anzac Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce), the Fair Work Ombudsman has determined that public holiday entitlements apply to both Sunday 25 April and Monday 26 April. SA private sector employers should take note of industrial relations laws governing work on public holidays.

* Since 2006 the Adelaide Cup public holiday has been changed each year by Proclamation (by the SA Government) from the third Monday in May to the second Monday in March to coincide with the change in date of the horse race.

^ 2021 Christmas Day: The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when Christmas Day falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2021 Christmas Day is not designated as a public holiday for industrial purposes whilst noting that other laws (e.g. shop trading and gaming machines) still restrict certain activities on Christmas Day. Many industrial awards and agreements include specific provisions for Christmas Day. To check your award or agreement: Private sector see the Fair Work Ombudsman website; Public and Local Government sectors see the SAET website.

† 2021 Boxing Day / Proclamation Day: With regard to the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce), the Fair Work Ombudsman has determined that public holiday entitlements apply to both Sunday 26 December and Tuesday 28 December. SA private sector employers should take note of industrial relations laws governing work on public holidays.

+ 2022 New Year's Day: The Holidays Act in South Australia declares that when 1 January falls on a Saturday the following Monday will be a public holiday instead of that day. This means that in 2022 New Year's Day is not designated as a public holiday. Some industrial awards and agreements may include specific provisions for New Year's Day. To check your award or agreement: Private sector see the Fair Work Ombudsman website; Public and Local Government sectors see the SAET website.

Note: School holiday dates are added for reference only and are not under SafeWork SA jurisdiction.

Bank holidays

  • All public holidays are also a bank holiday and all authorised deposit-taking institutions will be closed on bank holidays.

Saturdays

  • When 1 January, 26 January, 25 December & 26 December fall on a Saturday the public holiday moves to the following Monday therefore the Saturday is not a public holiday but is still a bank holiday.

Sundays

  • The Holidays Act 1910 (SA) prescribes every Sunday to be a public holiday.
  • For industrial purposes, the Sunday provisions contained in an Award or Enterprise Agreement will generally prevail over the public holiday provisions unless stated otherwise.
  • When New Year’s Day, Australia Day, Anzac Day and Christmas Day fall on a Sunday, that day and the following Monday will be public holidays and bank holidays.
  • When 26 December (Proclamation Day public holiday) falls on a Sunday or a Monday, that day and the following Tuesday will be public holidays and bank holidays.
  • Enquiries relating to public holiday rates of pay and entitlements for the National Workplace Relations System (SA's private sector workforce) should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Part-day public holidays

  • A person who works between the hours of 7pm and 12 midnight on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve is entitled to the public holiday rates provided by the relevant Award or Enterprise Agreement. This is still the case when those days fall on a Saturday or a Sunday.
  • As with other public holidays for workers covered by the national workplace relations system, the Public Holidays National Employment Standard applies during the times of a part-day public holiday.
  • Individuals should check their award/agreement for further details on part-day public holidays.

Impact on shop trading hours

  • The definition of public holiday under the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977 (SA) does not include a Sunday.
  • There are however certain trading restrictions applicable to Easter Sunday and when 25 December, 26 December and 1 January fall on a Saturday or Sunday in any year. Refer to Holiday trading arrangements for more details.
  • The Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve part-day public holidays do not affect prescribed trading hours relevant to the day they fall in a given year.

Extended shop trading hours over public holidays

The Government may announce exemptions to shop trading hours in the lead up to Christmas and over the Christmas/New Year period. An important condition of the exemptions is that all employees working during these extended hours will do so on a strictly voluntary basis (that is, the worker must choose to do so).

Any worker who feels they are being made to work during hours to which exemptions apply can contact SafeWork SA on 1300 365 255 for assistance and advice.

Enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for working on public holidays should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Industrial relations

The Fair Work Ombudsman has industrial jurisdiction for the South Australian private sector workforce. Enquiries relating to rates of pay and entitlements for working on public holidays should be directed to the Fair Work Ombudsman.

Источник: https://www.safework.sa.gov.au/resources/public-holidays

Public holidays

New Year's Day

Wednesday 1 January

Friday 1 January

Saturday 1 January

and

Monday 3 January2

Australia Day

Monday 27 January3

Tuesday 26 January

Wednesday 26 January

Good Friday

Friday 10 April

Friday 2 April

Friday 15 April

The day after Good Friday

Saturday 11 April

Saturday 3 April

Saturday 16 April

Easter Sunday

Sunday 12 April5

Sunday 4 April5

Sunday 17 April5

Easter Monday

Monday 13 April

Monday 5 April

Monday 18 April

Anzac Day

Saturday 25 April

Monday 26 April

Monday 25 April

Labour Day

Monday 4 May4

Monday 3 May4

Monday 2 May4

Royal Queensland Show (Brisbane area only)1

Other show holidays

Show holiday moved to Friday 14 August 2020 for one year only7

The day previously appointed has been repealed

Wednesday 10 August

2020 People’s long weekend7 only in the following areas:

Brisbane; Burdekin; Charters Towers; Cloncurry; Gold Coast; Livingstone; Logan; Mackay; Rockhampton; Weipa Town Area; and Whitsunday (Bowen area only)

Friday 14 August7

-

-

2021 People's long weekend8 only in the following areas:

Brisbane; Moreton Bay and Scenic Rim

-

Friday 29 October

-

Queen’s Birthday

Monday 5 October4

Monday 4 October4

Monday 3 October4

Christmas Eve (24 December) 6pm – midnight

Thursday 24 December6

Friday 24 December6

Saturday 24 December6

Christmas Day

Friday 25 December

Saturday 25 December and
Monday 27 December2

Sunday 25 December and
Tuesday 27 December2

Boxing Day

Saturday 26 December and
Monday 28 December2

Sunday 26 December and
Tuesday 28 December2

Monday 26 December

Источник: https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/travel/holidays/public

Public holidays

The following are the dates of public holidays for 2020 and 2021.  

2020 

New Year's DayWednesday, 1 January
Good FridayFriday, 10 April
Bermuda DayFriday, 29 May
National Heroes DayMonday, 15 June
Emancipation DayThursday, 30 July 
Mary Prince DayFriday, 31 July
Labour DayMonday, 7 September
Remembrance DayWednesday, 11 November
Christmas DayFriday, 25 December
Boxing DayMonday, 28 December (since Boxing Day falls on a Saturday, government offices will be closed on Monday, 28 December)

2021 

New Year's DayFriday, 1 January
Good FridayFriday, 2 April
Bermuda DayFriday, 28 May
National Heroes DayMonday, 21 June
Emancipation DayThursday, 29 July
Mary Prince DayFriday, 30 July
Labour DayMonday, 6 September
Remembrance DayThursday, 11 November
Christmas DayMonday, 27 December (since Christmas Day falls on a Saturday, government offices will be closed on Monday, 27 December)
Boxing DayTuesday, 28 December (since Boxing Day falls on a Sunday, government offices will be closed on Tuesday, 28 December)
Источник: https://www.gov.bm/public-holidays

2020 INTERNATIONAL HOLIDAYS

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List of National and Regional Public Holidays of International in 2020

DAYDATEHOLIDAY
WednesdayWedJan 01, 2020Jan 01Global Family Day
SaturdaySatJan 04, 2020Jan 04World Braille Day
SaturdaySatJan 11, 2020Jan 11International Thank-You Day
ThursdayThuJan 30, 2020Jan 30World Leprosy Day
WednesdayWedFeb 12, 2020Feb 12Darwin Day
FridayFriFeb 21, 2020Feb 21International Mother Language Day
SaturdaySatFeb 22, 2020Feb 22World Thinking Day
SundaySunMar 01, 2020Mar 01International Day of the Seal
SundaySunMar 08, 2020Mar 08International Women's Day
FridayFriMar 20, 2020Mar 20World Frog Day
SaturdaySatMar 21, 2020Mar 21World Down Syndrome Day
SundaySunMar 22, 2020Mar 22World Water Day
MondayMonMar 23, 2020Mar 23World Meteorological Day
TuesdayTueMar 24, 2020Mar 24World TB Day
SaturdaySatMar 28, 2020Mar 28Earth Hour
ThursdayThuApr 02, 2020Apr 02International Children's Book Day
TuesdayTueApr 07, 2020Apr 07World Health Day
SundaySunApr 12, 2020Apr 12Yuri's Night
ThursdayThuApr 16, 2020Apr 16International Special Librarians Day
TuesdayTueApr 21, 2020Apr 21International Creativity and Innovation Day
WednesdayWedApr 22, 2020Apr 22Earth Day
ThursdayThuApr 23, 2020Apr 23World Book Day
SaturdaySatApr 25, 2020Apr 25World Penguin Day
SaturdaySatApr 25, 2020Apr 25World Malaria Day
SundaySunMay 03, 2020May 03World Press Freedom Day
TuesdayTueMay 05, 2020May 05International Midwives Day
FridayFriMay 08, 2020May 08World Red Cross Day
SundaySunMay 10, 2020May 10World Lupus Day
TuesdayTueMay 12, 2020May 12International Nurses Day
WednesdayWedMay 13, 2020May 13IEEE Global Engineering Day
FridayFriMay 15, 2020May 15International Day of Families
MondayMonMay 18, 2020May 18International Museum Day
ThursdayThuMay 21, 2020May 21World Day for Cultural Diversity
FridayFriMay 22, 2020May 22International Day for Biological Diversity
SaturdaySatMay 23, 2020May 23World Turtle Day
SundaySunMay 24, 2020May 24World Schizophrenia Day
MondayMonMay 25, 2020May 25Towel Day
SundaySunMay 31, 2020May 31World No-Tobacco Day
WednesdayWedJun 03, 2020Jun 03World Bicycle Day
FridayFriJun 05, 2020Jun 05World Environment Day
MondayMonJun 08, 2020Jun 08World Ocean Day
SundaySunJun 14, 2020Jun 14World Blood Donor Day
TuesdayTueJun 16, 2020Jun 16International Day of the African Child
WednesdayWedJun 17, 2020Jun 17World Day to Combat Desertification & Drought
SaturdaySatJun 20, 2020Jun 20World Refugee Day
SundaySunJun 21, 2020Jun 21International Yoga Day
FridayFriJun 26, 2020Jun 26International Day Against Drug Abuse and Trafficking
SaturdaySatJul 11, 2020Jul 11World Population Day
ThursdayThuJul 16, 2020Jul 16World Snake Day
TuesdayTueJul 28, 2020Jul 28World Hepatitis Day
ThursdayThuJul 30, 2020Jul 30International Friendship Day
SaturdaySatAug 08, 2020Aug 08Universal & International Infinity Day
SundaySunAug 09, 2020Aug 09International Day of the World's Indigenous People
MondayMonAug 10, 2020Aug 10International Biodiesel Day
WednesdayWedAug 12, 2020Aug 12International Youth Day
ThursdayThuAug 13, 2020Aug 13International Lefthanders Day
FridayFriAug 14, 2020Aug 14World Lizard Day
SundaySunAug 23, 2020Aug 23International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade & its Abolition
TuesdayTueSep 08, 2020Sep 08International Literacy Day
SundaySunSep 13, 2020Sep 13International Chocolate Day
TuesdayTueSep 15, 2020Sep 15Software Freedom Day
TuesdayTueSep 15, 2020Sep 15International Day of Democracy
WednesdayWedSep 16, 2020Sep 16International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer
SaturdaySatSep 19, 2020Sep 19Talk Like a Pirate Day
MondayMonSep 21, 2020Sep 21World Gratitude Day
TuesdayTueSep 22, 2020Sep 22World Car-Free Day
TuesdayTueSep 29, 2020Sep 29Inventors Day
ThursdayThuOct 01, 2020Oct 01International Music Day
FridayFriOct 02, 2020Oct 02World Farm Animals Day
SaturdaySatOct 03, 2020Oct 03World Temperance Day
SundaySunOct 04, 2020Oct 04World Animal Day
MondayMonOct 05, 2020Oct 05World Teacher's Day
SaturdaySatOct 10, 2020Oct 10World Mental Health Day
FridayFriOct 16, 2020Oct 16World Food Day
SaturdaySatOct 17, 2020Oct 17International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
SaturdaySatOct 24, 2020Oct 24United Nations Day
ThursdayThuOct 29, 2020Oct 29International Internet Day
SundaySunNov 08, 2020Nov 08World Town Planning Day
SaturdaySatNov 14, 2020Nov 14World Diabetes Day
MondayMonNov 16, 2020Nov 16International Day for Tolerance
ThursdayThuNov 19, 2020Nov 19World Toilet Day
SaturdaySatNov 21, 2020Nov 21World Television Day
WednesdayWedNov 25, 2020Nov 25International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
MondayMonNov 30, 2020Nov 30International Computer Security Day
TuesdayTueDec 01, 2020Dec 01World Aids Day
WednesdayWedDec 02, 2020Dec 02International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
SaturdaySatDec 05, 2020Dec 05International Volunteers Day
MondayMonDec 07, 2020Dec 07International Civil Aviation Day
ThursdayThuDec 10, 2020Dec 10Human Rights Day

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The public holidays for 2021 can be found at French Public Holidays 2021.

  • Wednesday 1st January - New Year's Day (Jour de l'An)
  • Monday 13th April - Easter Monday (Lundi de Pâques)
  • Friday 1st May - Labour Day (Fête du Travail)
  • Friday 8th May - VE Day - (Fête de la Victoire 1945)
  • Thursday 21st May - Ascension Day (l'Ascension)
  • Monday 1st June - Whit Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte)
  • Tuesday 14th July - Bastille Day (Fête Nationale)
  • Saturday 15th August - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (l'Assomption)
  • Sunday 1st November - All Saints' Day (La Toussaint)
  • Wednesday 11th November - Armistice Day (Armistice 1918)
  • Friday 25th December - Christmas Day (Noël)

Where a public holiday falls over a weekend, by local agreement employees may be given an extra day paid holiday in lieu, but this is not obligatory.

Only May Day is classed as a statutory (paid) public holiday in France.

When a public holiday falls on a Tuesday or a Thursday many people make a 'bridge' holiday (faire le pont), creating a long weekend.

Alsace and Lorraine have two extra public holidays - 10th April and 26th Dec.

In terms of school holidays, you can find the dates at French School Calendar 2019/20.

The public holidays in 2019 were:

  • Tuesday 1st January - New Year's Day (Jour de l'An)
  • Monday 22nd April - Easter Monday (Lundi de Pâques)
  • Wednesday 1st May - Labour Day (Fête du Travail)
  • Wednesday 8th May - VE Day - (Fête de la Victoire 1945)
  • Thursday 30th May - Ascension Day (l'Ascension)
  • Monday 10th June - Whit Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte)
  • Sunday 14th July - Bastille Day (Fête Nationale)
  • Thursday 15th August - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (l'Assomption)
  • Friday 1st November - All Saints' Day (La Toussaint)
  • Monday 11th November - Armistice Day (Armistice 1918)
  • Wednesday 25th December - Christmas Day (Noël)

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2020 Public Holidays: National public holiday wey go happun for Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon

Fulani dancers for Calabar Carnival 2018

At least 18 national public holidays dey inside di year 2020 tanda for your wey dey plan your jolliment diary.

So, if you from Ghana, Nigeria or Cameroon, dis na some of di ogbonge public holidays wey go totori you as you dey go through di year.

1. New Year Day - January 1

For Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon, di first public holiday for 2020 na New Year day on January 1. Di New Year Day come from di Gregorian calendar and many kontris for dey use am sake of oyibo culture wey don spread around di world.

2. Independence Day

Different kontris get dia own day wey dem celebrate dia Independence Day, di day wey dem get dia freedom from dia colonial masters.

Ghana Independence Day na on March 6 and Nigeria independence day dey shele evri October 1.

As for Cameroon, dem no get Independence Day but National Day wey dem celebrate evri May 20. Dis na becos di French side of Cameroon get independence on January 1, 1960 and for 1961 di British side of di kontri become part of Cameroon but not fully.

3. Good Friday - April 10

April 10 na di day wey Christians go celebrate Good Friday as part of di Easter holiday and Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon all go follow celebrate dis public holiday.

Wia dis foto come from, CRISTINA ALDEHUELA

4. Easter Monday - April 13

Dis na anoda big public holiday wey pipo dey celebrate well-well for different parts of di world.

Although goments no dey do any special celebration dem dey declare dis day as public holiday to allow Christians observe di death and birth of Jesus Christ.

5. May Day - May 1

Weda you call am May Day, Labour Day or International Worker's Day, dis na di day wey many kontris for world dey celebrate dia workers.

Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon dey among di more dan 80 kontris wey celebrate dis day.

6. National Day - May 20

Cameroon National Day or Unity Day na di day wey kontri pipo vote to say dem one become one kontri instead of French Cameroon and British South Cameroon.

Di goment choose May 20 to remember how President Ahmadou Ahidjo take abolish federal system of goment.

7. African Unity Day - May 25

Dis day na special day wey Organisation of Africa Unity (OAU) form on May 25 1963.

But na only few kontris na like Ghana, Mali, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe dey celebrate am as most oda Africa kontris no see as public holiday.

8. Children's Day - May 27

Chilldren's Day na special public holiday for Nigeria pikin dem wey dey nursery, primary and secondary school.

9. Ascension Day - May 21

Cameroon dey observe Ascension Day as National Holiday.

Ascension Day na di number 40 day for Easter and e dey observe how Jesus take enta heaven.

10. Eid al-Fitri 2020 -

Eid-al-fitri sallah celebration na di day wey mark di end of di Muslim month of Ramadan.

Eid-al-fitri na di festival of breaking of fast, and na very important holiday celebration for Muslims all over di world.

Usually dis celebration no get fixed date and dem no dey quick announce di exact date for di celebration as e depend on wen dem see di moon. But dis year own fit fall on May 24.

11. Democracy Day - June 12

For 2019, Nigeria move im Democracy day celebration from May 29 go June 12.

Since di Olesegun Obasanjo goment for 2000, Nigeria don dey celebrate May 29 as Democracy Day, but for 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari move di celebration go June 12.

Di holiday na reminder of di kontri general election wey president Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida regime cancel on June 12 1993.

12. Republic Day Holiday - July 1

July 1, na special day for Ghana to remember di day di kontri become republic on July 1 1960.

Di purpose of dis day na to create public awareness for di problems wey children for di kontir dey face.

Until 2019, Ghana dey celebrate Republic day as public holiday, but wit di latest holiday Amendment Bill, e don turn commemorative day.

13. Eid el-Kabir 2020

You fit call am Eid al-Adha, Eid al-Kabir. Dis na di 'Feast of Sacrifice' and na di important festival for di Muslim calendar.

Dis Eid na four days celebrations even though kontris like Nigeria dey give just two day public holiday.

Di whole Muslim world dey celebrate dis festival to remember how Prophet Ibrahim or Abraham bin dey willing to sacrifice im evritin to im God.

Dis year own fit fall on July 30 and 31.

14. Assumption Day - August 15

Cameroon dey celebrate di Catholic Feast of di Assumption as National public holiday.

Assumption Day na very important feast for di Catholic Church. For some parts of Europe dem dey call am Easter of di Summer.

Dis na di celebration of di Blessed Virgin di mother of Jesus Christ.

Wia dis foto come from, PIUS UTOMI EKPEI

15. Founders Day - September 21

Founder's Day na special public holiday for Ghana.

E fall on di birthday of di kontri former president Kwame Nkrumah, wey be very important man for di history of Ghana and Africa.

Oga Nkrumah na one of di founding fadas of Ghana and im help im kontri achieve freedom from dia colonial masters

16. Farmer's Day - December 4

Ghana pipo dey celebrate dis day to honour fishermen and farmers.

Na on dis day di kontri goment dey announce im agriculture policy.

dem dey celebrate dis day on evri first Friday of December.

17. Christmas Day - December 25

All ova di world December 25 na public holiday including Nigeria, Ghana and Cameroon.

Di world dey remember di birth of Jesus Christ on dis day.

18. Boxing Day - December 26

Boxing day na di day afta Christmas all ova di world.

Pipo dey use dis day share love and gift to family, friends and di less privilege.

Источник: https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/world-51042167

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