2010 Holidays Edit

1 Mary, Mother of God Catholic Christian
Feast of St Basil Orthodox Christian
Gantan-sai (New Years) Shinto
5 Twelfth Night Christian
Guru Gobindh Singh birthday Sikh
6 Epiphany Christian
Feast of the Theophany Orthodox Christian
Nativity of Christ Armenian Christian
Dia de los Reyes (Three Kings Day) Hispanic Christian
7 Nativity of Christ Orthodox Christian
10 Baptism of the Lord Jesus Christian
14 Maghi Sikh
17 World Religion Day Baha'i
Blessing of the Animals Hispanic Christian
18-25 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Christian
19 Timkat Ethiopian Orthodox Christian
20 Vasant Panchami Hindu
24 Triodion begins Orthodox Christian
25 Conversion of St. Paul Christian
30-February 1 Mahayana New Year Buddhist
30 Tu B'shvat Jewish
2 Candlemas Christian
Presentation of Christ in the Temple Anglican Christian
Saint Brighid of Kildare Celtic Christian
Imbolc - Lughnassad Wicca - northern and southern hemispheres
3 Setsubun Sai Shinto
7 Meatfare Sunday Orthodox Christian
Four Chaplains Sunday Interfaith
12 Maha Shivaratri Hindu
14 Chinese New Year Confucian/Daoist/Buddhist
Cheesefare Sunday Orthodox Christian
Saint Valentine's Day Christian
Transfiguration Sunday Christian
15 Nirvana Day Buddhist
Great Lent - Clean Monday Orthodox Christian
16 Shrove Tuesday Christian
17 Ash Wednesday - Lent begins Christian
21 Orthodox Sunday Orthodox Christian
26 Mawlid an Nabi Islam
26-March 1 Intercalary Days Baha'i
28 Purim Jewish
1 Holi Hindu
16 Vaisaki - New Year Hindu
17 St Patrick's Day Christian
20 Equinox
Ostara Wicca - Northern Hemisphere
Mabon Wicca - Southern Hemisphere
21 Norouz (New Year) Persian/Zoroastrian
Naw Ruz (New Year) Baha'i
Passion Sunday Christian
24 Ramanavami Hindu
25 Annunciation of the Virgin Mary Catholic Christian
27 Lazarus Saturday Orthodox Christian
28 Palm Sunday Christian/Orthodox Christian
Khordad Sal (Birth of Prophet Zaranhushtra) Zoroastrian
29 Mahavir Jayanti Jain
30 Lord's Evening Meal Jehovah's Witness Christian
Hanuman Jayanti Hindu
Magha Puja Day Buddhist
30-31 Pesach (Passover) First two days Jewish
1 Maundy Thursday Christian
2 Good (Holy) Friday All Christians
4 Easter All Christians
5-6 Pesach (Passover) final two days Jewish
11 Yom HaSho'ah Jewish
14 Baisakhi Sikh
19 Yom Ha'Atzmaut Jewish
21 First Day of Ridvan Baha'i
23 Saint George's Day Christian
28-May 1 Theravadin New Year Buddhist
29 Ninth Day of Ridvan Baha'i
30 St. James the Great Day Orthodox Christian
1 Beltane - Samhain Wicca Northern and Southern hemispheres
2 Lag B'Omer Jewish
Twelfth Day of Ridvan Baha'i
6 National Day of Prayer Interfaith USA
13 Ascension of Christ Christian
19-20 Shavuot Jewish
23 Pentecost All Christians
Declaration of the Bab Baha'i
27 Buddha Day - Visakha Puja Buddhist
29 Ascension of Baha'u'llah Baha'i
30 Trinity Sunday Christian
All Saints Orthodox Christian
3 Corpus Christi Catholic Christian
9 Saint Columba of Iona Celtic Christian
11 Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Christian
19 New Church Day Swedenborgian Christian
21 Solstice
Litha Wicca Northern Hemisphere
Yule Wicca Southern Hemisphere
First Nations Day Canadian Native People
29 Feast Day of Saints Peter and Paul Christian
8 Lailat al Miraj Islam
9 Martyrdom of the Bab Baha'i
11 St Benedict Day Catholic Christian
13-15 Ulambana (Obon) Buddhist
15 Saint Vladimir Christian
20 Tisha B'Av Jewish
24 Pioneer Day Mormon Christian
26 Lailat al Bara'ah Islam
Asalha Puja Day Buddhist
1 Lammas Christian
Lughnassad (Lammas) Wicca/Neo Pagan
Fast in honor of Holy Mother of Lord Jesus Orthodox Christian
6 Transfiguration of the Lord Orthodox Christian
11 Ramadan begins Islam
15 Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Christian
Dormition of the Theotokos Orthodox Christian
24 Raksha Bandhan Hindu
29 Beheading of John the Baptist Christian
1 Ecclesiastical Year begins Orthodox Christian
2 Krishna Janmashtami Hindu
6 Laylat al Kadr Islam
8 Nativity of Mary Christian
9-10 Rosh Hashanah Jewish
10 Eid al Fitr Islam
11 Ganesa Chaturthi Hindu
12 Paryushana Jain
14 Elevation of the Life Giving Cross - Holy Cross Day Christian
18 Yom Kippur Jewish
23-29 Sukkot Jewish
23 Equinox
Mabon Wicca Northern Hemisphere
Ostara Wicca Southern Hemisphere
29 Michael and All Angels Christian
30 Shemini Atzeret Jewish
1 Simchat Torah Jewish
4 St Francis Day Catholic Chrisian
8-16 Navaratri Hindu
11 Thanksgiving Interfaith - Canada
17 Dasera Hindu
20 Birth of the Báb Baha'i
28 Milvian Bridge Day Christian
31 All Hallows Eve Christian
Reformation Day Protestant Christian
1 All Saints' Day Christian
Samhain - Beltane Wicca Northern and Southern hemispheres
2 All Souls' Day Catholic Christian
5 Diwali Hindu, Jain, Sikh
12 Birth of Baha'u'llah Baha'i
15 Waqf al Arafa - Hajj Islam
15-24 Nativity Fast Orthodox Christian
16 Eid al Adha Islam
21 Christ the King Christian
Guru Nanak birthday Sikh
25 Thanksgiving Interfaith - USA
26 Day of Covenant Baha'i
28 First Sunday of Advent Christian
30 Saint Andrew's Day Christian
2-9 Hanukkah Jewish
6 Saint Nicholas Day Christian
7 Hijra - New Year Islam
8 Bodhi Day (Rohatsu) Buddhism
Immaculate Conception of Mary Catholic Christian
12 Feast day - Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Christian
16 Ashura Islam
16-25 Posadas Navidenas Hispanic Christian
21 Solstice
Zarathosht Diso (Death of Prophet Zarathushtra Zoroastrian
Yule Wicca Northern hemisphere
Litha Wicca Southern hemisphere
Yule Christian
25 Christmas Christian
26 Feast of the Holy Family Catholic Christian
Death of Prophet Zarathushtra Zoroastrian
28 Holy Innocents Christian
31 Watch Night Christian


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