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Calendar for year 2014 (United States)

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Holidays and Observances:
Jan 1New Year's Day
Jan 4World Braille Day
Jan 6Epiphany
Jan 7Orthodox Christmas Day
Jan 7International Programmers' Day
Jan 13Stephen Foster Memorial Day
Jan 14The Prophet's Birthday
Jan 14Orthodox New Year
Jan 16Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat
Jan 17Lee Jackson Day (Virginia)
Jan 19Robert E Lee's Birthday (Florida)
Jan 19Confederate Memorial Day (Texas)
Jan 20Martin Luther King Day
Jan 20Robert E Lee's Birthday (AL, AR, MS)
Jan 20Idaho Human Rights Day (Idaho)
Jan 20Civil Rights Day (Arizona, New Hampshire)
Jan 26International Customs Day
Jan 26World Religion Day
Jan 27World Holocaust Victims Remembrance Day
Jan 27e-Day
Jan 29Kansas Day
Jan 31Chinese New Year
Feb 1National Freedom Day
Feb 2World Leprosy Day
Feb 2World Wetlands Day
Feb 2Groundhog Day
Feb 4World Cancer Day
Feb 4Rosa Parks Day (California, Ohio)
Feb 6International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation
Feb 7e-Day
Feb 7National Wear Red Day
Feb 11World Day of the Sick
Feb 12Lincoln's Birthday (CT, IL, MO, NJ, NY)
Feb 12Lincoln's Birthday (Florida)
Feb 13World Radio Day
Feb 14Valentine's Day
Feb 15Susan B Anthony's Birthday (CA, FL, NY, WI)
Feb 17Presidents' Day
Feb 17Daisy Gatson Bates Day (Arkansas)
Feb 20World Day of Social Justice
Feb 21International Mother Language Day
Mar 1Zero Discrimination Day
Mar 1Self-injury Awareness Day
Mar 1St. David's Day
Mar 2Texas Independence Day (Texas)
Mar 3World Wildlife Day
Mar 3Casimir Pulaski Day (Illinois)
Mar 3Read Across America Day
Mar 4Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras (Alabama, Louisiana)
Mar 4Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras (Florida)
Mar 4Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras
Mar 4Town Meeting Day Vermont
Mar 5Ash Wednesday
Mar 8International Women's Day
Mar 9Daylight Saving Time starts
Mar 13World Kidney Day
Mar 14Pi Day
Mar 16Purim
Mar 17St. Patrick's Day
Mar 17Evacuation Day (Massachusetts)
Mar 20March equinox
Mar 20International Day of Happiness
Mar 21World Day to Eliminate Racial Discrimination
Mar 21World Poetry Day
Mar 21International Day of Nowruz
Mar 21World Down Syndrome Day
Mar 21International Day of Forests
Mar 22World Water Day
Mar 23World Meteorological Day
Mar 24World Tuberculosis Day
Mar 24World Day for Truth concerning Human Rights Violations
Mar 25Day to Remember Slavery Victims and Transatlantic Slave Trade
Mar 25World Solidarity Day for Detained and Missing Workers
Mar 25Maryland Day (Maryland)
Mar 26Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day (Hawaii)
Mar 29Earth Hour
Mar 31Seward's Day (Alaska)
Mar 31César Chávez Day (CA, CO*, TX*)
Apr 1April Fool's Day
Apr 2World Autism Awareness Day
Apr 2Pascua Florida Day (Florida)
Apr 4United Nations' Mine Awareness Day
Apr 6International Sport Day
Apr 6National Tartan Day
Apr 7United Nations' World Health Day
Apr 7Day to Remember Rwanda Genocide Victims
Apr 11Global Youth Service Day
Apr 12International Day of Human Space Flight
Apr 13Palm Sunday
Apr 13Thomas Jefferson's Birthday
Apr 15Passover (first day)
Apr 15Tax Day
Apr 15Father Damien Day (Hawaii)
Apr 15National Library Workers' Day
Apr 16Emancipation Day (District of Columbia)
Apr 17Maundy Thursday
Apr 18Orthodox Good Friday
Apr 18International Day for Monuments and Sites
Apr 18Good Friday (Many regions)
Apr 19Holy Saturday
Apr 19Orthodox Holy Saturday
Apr 20Orthodox Easter
Apr 20Chinese Language Day
Apr 20Easter Sunday
Apr 21Orthodox Easter Monday
Apr 21Easter Monday
Apr 21Patriot's Day (Maine, Massachusetts)
Apr 21San Jacinto Day (Texas)
Apr 22Last Day of Passover
Apr 22Earth Day
Apr 22Oklahoma Day (Oklahoma)
Apr 23World Book and Copyright Day
Apr 23English Language Day
Apr 23Administrative Professionals Day
Apr 25World Malaria Day
Apr 25Arbor Day (Nebraska)
Apr 26World Intellectual Property Day
Apr 26Confederate Memorial Day (Florida)
Apr 28Yom HaShoah
Apr 28World Day for Safety and Health at Work
Apr 28Confederate Memorial Day (Mississippi)
Apr 28Confederate Memorial Day (AL, FL, GA)
Apr 29Day to Remember Chemical Warfare Victims
Apr 30International Jazz Day
May 1Law Day
May 1Loyalty Day
May 1National Day of Prayer
May 3World Press Freedom Day
May 3National Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Day
May 4Rhode Island Independence Day (Rhode Island)
May 5Cinco de Mayo
May 6Yom Ha'atzmaut
May 6National Nurses Day
May 6Primary Election Day Indiana (Indiana)
May 8Time to Remember Lost Lives From World War II
May 8World Ovarian Cancer Day
May 8Truman Day (Missouri)
May 9'Confederate Memorial Day' observed (South Carolina)
May 10World Migratory Bird Day
May 10Confederate Memorial Day (North Carolina)
May 10Confederate Memorial Day (South Carolina)
May 11Mothers' Day
May 13Vesak Day
May 13Primary Election Day West Virginia (West Virginia)
May 15International Day of Families
May 15Peace Officers Memorial Day
May 16National Defense Transportation Day
May 17World Information Society Day
May 17Armed Forces Day
May 18Lag BaOmer
May 20World Autoimmune Arthritis Day
May 21World Day for Cultural Diversity
May 21Emergency Medical Services for Children Day
May 22World Biological Diversity Day
May 22National Maritime Day
May 22Harvey Milk Day (California)
May 23International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
May 25African Liberation Day
May 25Towel Day
May 25National Missing Children's Day
May 26Memorial Day
May 26Jefferson Davis Birthday (Mississippi)
May 27Isra and Mi'raj
May 29Ascension Day
May 29International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers
May 31World No Tobacco Day
Jun 1Global Day of Parents
Jun 1Statehood Day (Kentucky, Tennessee)
Jun 2Jefferson Davis Birthday (Alabama)
Jun 3Jefferson Davis Birthday (Florida)
Jun 4Shavuot
Jun 4World Day for Child Victims of Aggression
Jun 5World Environment Day
Jun 6D-Day
Jun 8Pentecost
Jun 8World Oceans Day
Jun 9Whit Monday
Jun 11Kamehameha Day (Hawaii)
Jun 12World Day Against Child Labour
Jun 13Friday the 13th
Jun 14World Blood Donor Day
Jun 14Flag Day
Jun 15Trinity Sunday
Jun 15World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
Jun 15Fathers' Day
Jun 17World Day to Combat Desertification
Jun 17Bunker Hill Day (Massachusetts)
Jun 19Corpus Christi
Jun 19Juneteenth (Most regions)
Jun 19Emancipation Day (Texas)
Jun 20World Refugee Day
Jun 20West Virginia Day (West Virginia)
Jun 21June Solstice
Jun 23Public Service Day
Jun 23International Widows' Day
Jun 25Day of the Seafarer
Jun 26World Day against Drug Abuse and Trafficking
Jun 26World Day to Support Torture Victims
Jun 29Ramadan starts
Jul 4Independence Day
Jul 5International Day of Cooperatives
Jul 11World Population Day
Jul 18Nelson Mandela Day
Jul 22Pi Approximation Day
Jul 24Lailat al-Qadr
Jul 24Pioneer Day (Utah)
Jul 27Parents' Day
Jul 28World Hepatitis Day
Jul 29Eid al-Fitr
Jul 30World Friendship Day
Aug 1Colorado Day (Colorado)
Aug 5Tisha B'Av
Aug 9World Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Aug 11Victory Day (Rhode Island)
Aug 12International Youth Day
Aug 15Assumption of Mary
Aug 15Statehood Day in Hawaii (Hawaii)
Aug 15'Bennington Battle Day' observed (Vermont)
Aug 16Bennington Battle Day (Vermont)
Aug 19World Humanitarian Day
Aug 19National Aviation Day
Aug 21Senior Citizens Day
Aug 23World Day for Slave Trade Abolition
Aug 26Women's Equality Day
Aug 27Lyndon Baines Johnson Day (Texas)
Aug 29International Day against Nuclear Tests
Aug 30World Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearance
Aug 31International Overdose Awareness Day
Sep 1Labor Day
Sep 5International Day of Charity
Sep 6Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day
Sep 7National Grandparents Day
Sep 8International Literacy Day
Sep 9California Admission Day (California)
Sep 10World Suicide Prevention Day
Sep 11Patriot Day
Sep 12International South-South Cooperation Day
Sep 13International Programmers' Day
Sep 15International Day of Democracy
Sep 16World Ozone Layer Day
Sep 17Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Sep 19International Talk Like a Pirate Day
Sep 19National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Sep 21International Day of Peace
Sep 22Emancipation Day (Ohio)
Sep 22September equinox
Sep 23International Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Sep 25Rosh Hashana (Texas)
Sep 25Rosh Hashana
Sep 25World Maritime Day
Sep 26Native Americans' Day (California, Washington)
Sep 27World Tourism Day
Sep 28World Rabies Day
Sep 28Gold Star Mother's Day
Sep 29World Heart Day
Oct 1International Day of Older Persons
Oct 2International Day of Non-Violence
Oct 4Yom Kippur (Texas)
Oct 4Feast of St Francis of Assisi
Oct 4Yom Kippur
Oct 5Eid al-Adha
Oct 5World Teachers' Day
Oct 6World Habitat Day
Oct 6Child Health Day
Oct 8World Day for Natural Disaster Reduction
Oct 9First Day of Sukkot
Oct 9World Post Day
Oct 9World Sight Day
Oct 9Leif Erikson Day
Oct 10World Mental Health Day
Oct 11International Day of the Girl Child
Oct 13Columbus Day (Most regions)
Oct 13Columbus Day (Florida)
Oct 13Native Americans' Day (South Dakota)
Oct 13Indigenous People's Day (California, Minnesota)
Oct 15Last Day of Sukkot
Oct 15International Day of Rural Women
Oct 15White Cane Safety Day
Oct 16Shmini Atzeret
Oct 16World Food Day
Oct 16Boss's Day
Oct 17Simchat Torah
Oct 17World Day for Poverty Eradication
Oct 17'Alaska Day' observed (Alaska)
Oct 18Alaska Day (Alaska)
Oct 23Diwali/Deepavali
Oct 24World Development Information Day
Oct 24United Nations Day
Oct 25Muharram
Oct 27World Day for Audiovisual Heritage
Oct 29World Stroke Day
Oct 31Halloween
Oct 31Nevada Day (Nevada)
Nov 1All Saints' Day
Nov 2All Souls' Day
Nov 2Daylight Saving Time ends
Nov 4Election Day (Many regions)
Nov 5Election Day (Indiana, New York)
Nov 6World Day to Protect the Environment in War
Nov 6Return Day Delaware (Delaware)
Nov 10World Science Day
Nov 11Veterans Day
Nov 12World Pneumonia Day
Nov 14World Diabetes Day
Nov 16International Day for Tolerance
Nov 16World Day for Road Traffic Victims
Nov 19World COPD Day
Nov 19World Toilet Day
Nov 19International Men's Day
Nov 20Universal Children's Day
Nov 20Africa Industrialization Day
Nov 20World Philosophy Day
Nov 21World Television Day
Nov 25World Day to Eliminate Violence on Women
Nov 27Thanksgiving Day
Nov 28Robert E Lee's Birthday (Georgia)
Nov 28Presidents' Day (New Mexico)
Nov 28Lincoln's Birthday/Lincoln's Day (Indiana, West Virginia)
Nov 28Black Friday (Many regions)
Nov 28American Indian Heritage Day (Maryland)
Nov 29World Solidarity Day with Palestinian People
Nov 30First Sunday of Advent
Dec 1World AIDS Day
Dec 1Cyber Monday
Dec 2World Day for Slavery Abolition
Dec 3World Day for Persons with Disabilities
Dec 5International Volunteer Day
Dec 6St Nicholas' Day
Dec 7International Civil Aviation Day
Dec 7Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Dec 8Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Dec 9International Anti-Corruption Day
Dec 10Human Rights Day
Dec 11International Mountain Day
Dec 12Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Dec 17Chanukah/Hanukkah (first day)
Dec 17Pan American Aviation Day
Dec 17Wright Brothers Day
Dec 18International Migrants Day
Dec 18Arabic Language Day
Dec 20International Human Solidarity Day
Dec 21December Solstice
Dec 24Last Day of Chanukah
Dec 24Christmas Eve
Dec 24Christmas Eve (Many regions)
Dec 25Christmas Day
Dec 26Kwanzaa (until Jan 1)
Dec 26Day After Christmas Day (Many regions)
Dec 26Presidents' Day (Indiana)
Dec 31New Year's Eve (LA, MI, WI)
Dec 31New Year's Eve
Print the calendarThere are 365 days in year 2014
Holiday information
  • Some holidays and dates are color-coded:
    • Red–Federal Holidays and Sundays.
    • Green–Local Holidays.
    • Gray–Typical Non-working Days.
    • Black–Other Days.
  • Jewish holidays start on or after sunset the day before the date listed.
  • Islamic holidays start at sunset the day before, but might be one day wrong.
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