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Calendar holidays for 2016

2016 Federal Holidays

A list of United States federal holidays in 2016 is shown below. For convenience, the number of days left to a holiday date is also provided. Federal holidays are public holidays established for federal employees in the Federal law (5 United States Code 6103) by the United States Congress. Employees are paid for the holidays.

  • New Year's Day

January 1

  • Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

    January 18

  • Washington's Birthday (Presidents' Day)

    February 15

  • Memorial Day

    May 30

  • Independence Day

    September 5

  • Columbus Day

    October 10

  • Veterans Day

    November 11

  • Thanksgiving Day

    November 24

  • Christmas

    **If a federal holiday falls on Saturday it is usually observed on Friday (the day before), and when it falls on Sunday it is observed the following Monday. The dates the federal holidays are observed are shown in parentheses.

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    Many thanks for the authors of the beautiful photos used on this site:

    • "Veterans Day 20101111 057" By City of Marietta, GA (CC BY 2.0)
    • "Martin Luther King, Jr. 1964 (source: Library of Congress)" By Mike Licht, (CC BY 2.0)
    • "New Years Eve 2011 London" By Sean MacEntee (CC BY 2.0)
    • "George Washington" By Joye

    (CC BY 2.0)

  • "Memorial Day"
  • "United States Flag" By HockeyholicAZ (CC BY 2.0)
  • "Port worker II" By JAXPORT (CC BY 2.0)
  • Christopher Columbus on Santa Maria in 1492 by EMANUEL LEUTZE
  • "Thanksgiving Dinner" By ilovebutter (CC BY 2.0)
  • "christmas tree 2004" By scottfeldstein (CC BY 2.0)
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