Local observance, Observance, State holiday

Holiday Type:Local observance

Where It is Observed:Mississippi

Mississippi

2020
Monday
1
June

r169301 June 1, 2020 r169381 Jefferson Davis Birthday

Jefferson Davis’ Birthday, also known as Jefferson Davis Day, commemorates the birthday of Jefferson Davis, a Confederate leader during the American Civil War in the 1860s. It is a state holiday in Alabama on the first Monday of June each year.

Jefferson Davis Birthday in Missisipi
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Holiday Type:Local observance

Where It is Observed:Kentucky, Tennessee

Kentucky, Tennessee

2020
Monday
1
June

r169301 June 1, 2020 r169381 Statehood Day

Statehood Day in Kentucky and Tennessee, in the United States, is held on June 1 each year. It celebrates the states’ admissions as the 15th and 16th states. Hawaii’s Statehood Day is on the third Friday of August.

Statehood day
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Holiday Type:Local observance

Where It is Observed:Colorado

Colorado

2020
Saturday
1
August

r169301 August 1, 2020 r169381 Colorado Day

Colorado Day is a state observance on August 1. It is not a public holiday in the U.S., so most businesses, public offices, schools and colleges are open except for if the date falls on a non-working day.

Colorado Day
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Holiday Type:Local observance

Where It is Observed:Texas

Texas

2020
Thursday
27
August

r169301 August 27, 2020 r169381 Lyndon Baines Johnson Day

Lyndon Baines Johnson Day is an annual state holiday in Texas in the United States on August 27. It celebrates the birthday of Lyndon Baines Johnson, popularly known as “LBJ”, who was the 36th president of the United States.

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Holiday Type:Local observance

Where It is Observed:Florida

Florida

2020
Thursday
2
April

r169301 April 2, 2020 r169381 Pascua Florida Day in the United States

Pascua Florida Day is celebrated as a state day in Florida, the United States (USA). It usually falls on April 2. It is the anniversary of the discovery of Florida in 1513 by Juan Ponce de León, who searched for gold and the Fountain of Youth. He named …

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