Christian and Secular Holidays, 2000-2015

Here are holiday dates throughout the year, including Ash Wednesday, Easter, Pentecost, Labor Day, Election Day, Thanksgiving, and the 1st Sunday of Advent.

EasterPentecostLabor DayElection DayThanksgiving1st Sun.
2000March 8April 23June 11Sept. 4Nov. 7Nov. 23Dec. 3
2001Feb. 28April 15June 3Sept. 3Nov. 6Nov. 22Dec. 2
2002Feb. 13March 31May 19Sept. 2Nov. 5Nov. 28Dec. 1
2003March 5April 20June 8Sept. 1Nov. 4Nov. 27Nov. 30
2004Feb. 25April 11May 30Sept. 6Nov. 2Nov. 25Nov. 28
2005Feb. 9March 27May 15Sept. 5Nov. 8Nov. 24Nov. 27
2006March 1April 16June 4Sept. 4Nov. 7Nov. 23Dec. 3
2007Feb. 21April 8May 27Sept. 3Nov. 6Nov. 22Dec. 2
2008Feb. 6March 23May 11Sept. 1Nov. 4Nov. 27Nov. 30
2009Feb. 25April 12May 31Sept. 7Nov. 3Nov. 26Nov. 29
2010Feb. 17April 4May 23Sept. 6Nov. 2Nov. 25Nov. 28
2011March 9April 24June 12Sept. 5NoneNov. 24Nov. 27
2012Feb. 22April 8May 27Sept. 3Nov. 6Nov. 22Dec. 2
2013Feb. 13March 31May 19Sept. 2NoneNov. 28Dec. 1
2014March 5April 20June 8Sept. 1Nov. 4Nov. 27Nov. 30
2015Feb. 18April 5May 24Sept. 7NoneNov. 26Nov. 29
Shrove Tuesday: 1 day before Ash Wednesday.
Palm Sunday: 7 days before Easter.
Maundy Thursday: 3 days before Easter.
Good Friday: 2 days before Easter.
Holy Saturday: 1 day before Easter.
Ascension Day: 10 days before Pentecost.
Trinity Sunday: 7 days after Pentecost.
Corpus Christi: 11 days after Pentecost.


Holidays: Religious and Secular, 2005Major HolidaysOrthodox Holidays, 2001-2015


Major Holidays