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Sukkot (Day 4) in Israel

Is Sukkot (Day 4) a Public Holiday?

Sukkot (Day 4) is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Sukkot (Day 4) Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015ThuOct 1Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2016ThuOct 20Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2017SunOct 8Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2018ThuSep 27Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2019ThuOct 17Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2020TueOct 6Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2021FriSep 24Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2022ThuOct 13Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2023TueOct 3Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2024SunOct 20Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew
2025FriOct 10Sukkot (Day 4)Observance, Hebrew

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