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Carnival / Ash Wednesday in St. Barts

Ash Wednesday is known as the first day of Lent for many Christians worldwide. It is the beginning of the Lenten fast. The Lenten fast lasts for 40 days (excluding Sundays) and ends on Holy Saturday, which is the day before Easter Sunday.

Is Carnival / Ash Wednesday a Public Holiday?

Carnival / Ash Wednesday is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Ash is an important symbol of Ash Wednesday in many Christian churches.

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Carnival / Ash Wednesday Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015WedFeb 18Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2016WedFeb 10Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2017WedMar 1Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2018WedFeb 14Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2019WedMar 6Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2020WedFeb 26Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2021WedFeb 17Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2022WedMar 2Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2023WedFeb 22Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2024WedFeb 14Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance
2025WedMar 5Carnival / Ash WednesdayObservance

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