Holidays in Cuba in 2009


DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1ThursdayLiberation DayNational holiday
Jan 2FridayNew Year DayNational holiday
Jan 6TuesdayEpiphanyObservance
Jan 28WednesdayJosé Martí´s Birthday MemorialObservance
Mar 8SundayDaylight Saving Time startsClock change/Daylight Saving Time
Mar 20FridayMarch equinoxSeason
Apr 5SundayPalm SundayObservance, Christian
Apr 9ThursdayMaundy ThursdayObservance, Christian
Apr 10FridayGood FridayObservance, Christian
May 1FridayLabor Day / May DayNational holiday
May 10SundayMother´s DayObservance
May 20WednesdayIndependence DayObservance
Jun 21SundayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 25SaturdayRevolution AnniversaryNational holiday
Jul 26SundayDay of the RebellionNational holiday
Jul 27MondayRevolution Anniversary CelebrationNational holiday
Sep 22TuesdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 10SaturdayBeginning of the War of IndependenceNational holiday
Oct 25SundayDaylight Saving Time endsClock change/Daylight Saving Time
Dec 21MondayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 25FridayChristmas DayNational holiday
Dec 31ThursdayNew Year's EveNational holiday

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