Civic Holidays

While many civic holidays are particular to a town or a greater region and aren’t typically celebrated at a large scale, it’s important to recognize how meaningful these celebrations or occasions are to the communities they represent. With nearly 30 opportunities to grow awareness and draw recognition with more being added all the time, be sure to let us know about local or municipal civic holidays that are celebrated in your area.

Some of these holidays honor people in essential roles, like nurses, teachers, and the Armed Forces, while others shed light on particular groups that came before us, like National Aboriginal Day. What’s defined as a civic holiday is not always crystal clear, but those closest to them know just how important these days are.

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Mar 15 Sunday
Red Nose Day, ,
May 1 Friday
May Day, , ,
May 5 Tuesday
National Teacher Day, ,
May 6 Wednesday
National Nurses Day,
May 16 Saturday
National Armed Forces Day, , , ,
May 22 Friday
Harvey Milk Day, ,
National Maritime Day, ,
Jun 6 Saturday
Queensland Day, ,
Jun 14 Sunday
Flag Day, ,
Jun 21 Sunday
National Aboriginal Day, , , ,
Jun 24 Wednesday
Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, , ,
Jun 25 Thursday
International Day of the Seafarer, ,
Jul 4 Saturday
Independence Day, , , ,
Aug 3 Monday
New Brunswick Day, , ,
Aug 15 Saturday
Indian Independence Day, , , ,
Aug 21 Friday
Ninoy Aquino Day, ,
Aug 26 Wednesday
Women’s Equality Day, ,
Sep 5 Saturday
International Day of Charity,
Sep 7 Monday
Labor Day , , , ,
Sep 11 Friday
Patriot Day,
Sep 22 Tuesday
​National Voter Registration Day
Sep 26 Saturday
National Public Lands Day
Sep 27 Sunday
National Crush Day
Sep 28 Monday
National Neighbor Day
Oct 28 Wednesday
​National First Responders Day, ,
​National Immigrants Day
Nov 1 Sunday
Daylight Saving Day
Nov 15 Sunday
National Philanthropy Day,
Dec 16 Wednesday
Day of Reconciliation
Keep America Beautiful Month, ,
​Global Diversity Awareness Month, , ,
​Italian-American Heritage Month,