Holiday Type: Federal Holiday

 

Where It is Observed: in USA

 

Month: July


Wednesday
July
4
2018

Independence Day

Independence Day is annually celebrated on July 4 and is often known as “the Fourth of July”. It is the anniversary of the publication of the declaration of independence from Great Britain in 1776. Patriotic displays and family events are organized throughout the United States.

Independence Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

  

Month: July


Saturday
July
14
2018

Bastille Day in the United States

In the United States, celebrations of France and its national holiday can be found all over the country.

14 July in the USA
 

Holiday Type: Jewish holiday

  

Month: July


Sunday
July
22
2018

Tisha B’Av in the United States

Many Jewish Americans observe Tisha B’Av, which is the ninth day of the month of Av in the Jewish calendar. It is a day of mourning to remember various events such as the destruction of the First Temple and Second Temple in Jerusalem. When Tisha B’Av falls on Shabbat (Saturday), it is deferred to Sunday, 10th of Av.

Tisha B'Av
 

Holiday Type: Observance

 

Where It is Observed: Most countries of the world

 

Month: July


Sunday
July
22
2018

Parents’ Day

Parental figures in the United States receive the recognition for the role they play in their children’s lives on Parents’ Day. The day aims to promote responsible parenting and to recognize positive parental role models. It celebrates the special bonds of love between parental figures and their children.

parents' Day
 

Holiday Type: State holiday

 

Where It is Observed: Utah

 

Month: July


Tuesday
July
24
2018

Pioneer Day

Pioneer Day is a state holiday in Utah in the United States. It is celebrated on July 24 each year to commemorate the entry of Brigham Young and the first group of Mormon pioneers into Utah’s Salt Lake Valley in 1847. This day celebrates the bravery of the original settlers and their strength of character and physical endurance.

Mormon Holiday Pioneer Day
 

Holiday Type: Observance

  

Month: July


Friday
July
27
2018

National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day

July 1998 marked the 45th anniversary of the signing of the treaty that ended the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 through 1953. To mark the anniversary, President Bill Clinton proclaimed July 27 a national day of recognition tocommemorate the more than 37,000 U.S. service personnel who lost their lives during the war. In doing so, the presidentcalled “upon all Americans to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities that honor and give thanks to ourdistinguished Korean War veterans.

National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day