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Sukkot (Day 3) in Israel

Is Sukkot (Day 3) a Public Holiday?

Sukkot (Day 3) is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Sukkot (Day 3) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedSep 30Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2016WedOct 19Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2017SatOct 7Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2018WedSep 26Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2019WedOct 16Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2020MonOct 5Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2021ThuSep 23Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2022WedOct 12Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2023MonOct 2Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2024SatOct 19Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew
2025ThuOct 9Sukkot (Day 3)Observance, Hebrew

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