Holiday Calendar 2016

calendar that reveals only the specific dates for holidays that will be available in a year is known as a Holiday calendar. In a typical holiday calendar of the United States, there are a few significant annual holidays noted in the calendars. Conventionally holidays are notified in the calendars with bold colours, preferably red, symbolizing the specific day from the rest of the days of the month. Some of the holidays are known as International Holidays that take place in the majority of nations across the globe.

While some holidays are the national holidays that take place only within a specific nation or local holidays that is celebrated within a specific region of a country. Holiday calendars for any particular year are available on the Internet provided by the various websites. The upcoming year of 2013 from an American Holiday calendar shows some major holidays.

Holiday Calendar Cards                                                                        

Calendar Cards are special reminder of your company service. The most beautiful way to thank your customer this holiday season is with these attractive holiday calendar cards. This will ensure you that your customers will remember you with pleasure throughout the Year. Some Sparkling adds an elegant touch to the cards. Holiday calendar greeting cards are a amazing opportunity to let your clients, customers, families, and friends know how you feel about them all year long.

New Year's Day:

This is the Federal holiday of the United States that takes place at the beginning of every New Year on the 1st of January. However, if the specific date falls on a Sunday then the New Year's Holidays is conventionally postponed to the next day. Nevertheless, New Year's holiday for the year 2013 will be celebrated on the Tuesday of 1st January.

Martin L King, Jr. Day:

This is celebrated as the federal holiday of the States and occurs on the 3rd Monday of the month of January every year. Nevertheless, for the year of 2013 it is taking place on the Monday of 21st of January.

Valentine's Day:

This day on the 14th of February is celebrated worldwide as a memory of the Roman soldier St. Valentine every year. The day is commonly notable among the young lovers across the world. However, there is no official holiday for this day in the United States.

President's Day:

This holiday takes place on the 3rd Monday of the month of February every year. It is celebrated only in the United States on the honour of the two great presidents of the nation from the past, Washington and Abraham Lincoln. It is a federal holiday of the nation and 2013 will held it on the Monday of 18th of February.

Easter Sunday:

It is a significant day for the Christianity followers worldwide and the holiday celebrated in accordance to the Ash Wednesday Holiday that takes place 46 days before Easter. Easter Sunday typically takes place only on the Sundays. For the year 2013, Easter will be celebrated on 31st of March.