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Randol Fawkes Labour Day in The Bahamas

May Day, or Labor Day, is a public holiday in many countries worldwide. It usually occurs around May 1, but the date varies across countries. It is associated the start of spring as well as the celebration of workers.

May Day, known as Labor Day in some countries, is a day of rest and is usually held in the spring.
May Day, known as Labor Day in some countries, is a day of rest and is usually held in the spring.
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About Randol Fawkes Labour Day

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Randol Fawkes Labour Day Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriJun 42010Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 32011Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 12012Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 72013Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 62014Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 52015Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 32016Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 22017Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 12018Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 72019Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday
FriJun 52020Randol Fawkes Labour DayPublic Holiday

Quick Facts

May Day, or Labor Day, is a day off for workers in many countries around the world.

Randol Fawkes Labour Day 2018

Friday, June 1, 2018

Randol Fawkes Labour Day 2019

Friday, June 7, 2019

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Other holidays in June 2018 in The Bahamas

United Nation Holiday on June 1, 2018

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