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Sweetest Day in the United States

Is Sweetest Day a Public Holiday?

Even though Sweetest Day falls on Saturday, October 19, 2019, it is a working day. Most businesses follow regular opening hours in the United States.

Sweetest Day Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday TypeArea
2015SatOct 17Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2016SatOct 15Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2017SatOct 21Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2018SatOct 20Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2019SatOct 19Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2020SatOct 17Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2021SatOct 16Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2022SatOct 15Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2023SatOct 21Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2024SatOct 19Sweetest DayObservance13 states
2025SatOct 18Sweetest DayObservance13 states

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