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Holidays in Mexico in 2010

DateWeekdayHoliday nameHoliday type
Jan 1FridayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 6WednesdayDay of the Holy KingsObservance
Feb 1MondayDay off for Constitution DayNational holiday
Feb 5FridayConstitution DayNational holiday
Feb 14SundayValentine's DayObservance
Feb 17WednesdayAsh WednesdayObservance, Christian
Feb 24WednesdayFlag DayObservance
Mar 15MondayDay off for Benito Juárez's Birthday MemorialNational holiday
Mar 18ThursdayOil Expropriation DayObservance
Mar 20SaturdayMarch equinoxSeason
Mar 21SundayBenito Juárez's Birthday MemorialNational holiday
Mar 28SundayPalm SundayObservance, Christian
Apr 1ThursdayMaundy ThursdayBank holiday
Apr 2FridayGood FridayBank holiday
Apr 3SaturdayHoly SaturdayObservance
Apr 4SundayEaster DayObservance, Christian
Apr 30FridayChildren's DayObservance
May 1SaturdayLabor Day / May DayNational holiday
May 5WednesdayCinco de MayoObservance
May 10MondayMother's DayObservance
May 13ThursdayAscension DayObservance
May 15SaturdayTeacher's DayObservance
May 23SundayWhit SundayObservance
Jun 3ThursdayCorpus ChristiObservance
Jun 20SundayFather's DayObservance
Jun 21MondayJune SolsticeSeason
Aug 15SundayAssumption of MaryObservance
Sep 15WednesdayShout of DoloresObservance
Sep 16ThursdayIndependence DayNational holiday
Sep 23ThursdaySeptember equinoxSeason
Oct 12TuesdayColumbus DayObservance
Oct 31SundayHalloweenObservance
Nov 1MondayAll Saints' DayObservance
Nov 2TuesdayAll Souls' DayObservance
Nov 20SaturdayRevolution Day MemorialNational holiday
Nov 21SundayChrist the King DayObservance
Nov 22MondayDay off for Revolution Day MemorialNational holiday
Dec 8WednesdayFeast of the Immaculate ConceptionObservance
Dec 12SundayDay of the Virgin of GuadalupeObservance
Dec 21TuesdayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 24FridayChristmas EveObservance, Christian
Dec 25SaturdayChristmas DayNational holiday, Christian
Dec 28TuesdayDay of the Holy InnocentsObservance
Dec 31FridayNew Year's EveObservance

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