It is a term coined by North Africans to describe the time between Thanksgiving and New Year. It is used to provide an overview of all US holidays. Many Canadians and Americans make their home here. They spend time with their families to celebrate this seasonal holiday. It provides a nice break from work or school throughout the year.
Students get a bit of a break when school and college vacations begin, but so do working people. Holidays at certain times of the year are called “holiday periods” in English-speaking countries and the UK. This is because of all the holidays between Thanksgiving and the beginning of the New Year. It’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, so it’s called “Christmas Holiday.”
Most businesses are closed during this time and it is known as a public holiday.
When fall and winter arrive, many people get excited about vacations and make plans for this time of year. There are many holidays to explore religiously and culturally. Here are some different holidays to remember this year.
What are the Seasonal Holidays?
The period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is called a seasonal holiday. These include Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and the end of the year.
Some seasonal holidays are called vacations. Often, these words are used to talk about whether the person using the words celebrates them or all of the holidays that occur during the season. On the other hand, Christmas season and Christmas time are specific terms for the period leading up to Christmas.
People often refer to “seasonal holidays” as vacations.
Where do Seasonal Holidays come from?
The term “seasonal holiday” was first used in the 1800s. Seasonal holiday is not an official name. A way of talking about a time when there were many holidays to celebrate. There is no set date for when it begins, but most people believe it begins around Thanksgiving. However, some people start the holiday fun before Thanksgiving by, for example, putting up Christmas decorations.
The term “holiday season” has the same meaning as “holiday season,” but is generally considered to begin after Thanksgiving.
Seasonal Holidays 2023
|January 1, 2023||New Year’s Day||Sunday|
|January 16, 2023||Martin Luther King Day||Monday|
|January 24, 2023||Belly Laugh Day||Tuesday|
|February 2, 2023||Groundhog Day||Thursday|
|February 12, 2023||Lincoln’s Birthday||Sunday|
|February 14, 2023||Valentine’s Day||Tuesday|
|February 20, 2023||Presidents Day and Washington’s Birthday||Monday|
|February 21, 2023||Mardi Gras Carnival
|March 12, 2023||Daylight Saving
|March 17, 2023||St. Patrick’s Day||Friday|
|April 1, 2023||April Fool’s Day||Saturday|
|April 7, 2023||Good Friday||Friday|
|April 9, 2023||Easter||Sunday|
|April 10, 2023||Easter Monday||Monday|
|April 22, 2023||Earth Day||Saturday|
|May 5, 2023||Cinco de Mayo||Friday|
|May 14, 2023||Mother’s Day||Sunday|
|May 20, 2023||Armed Forces Day||Saturday|
|May 28, 2023||Pentecost||Sunday|
|May 29, 2023||Memorial Day||Monday|
|May 29, 2023||Pentecost Monday||Monday|
|June 14, 2023||Flag Day||Wednesday|
|June 18, 2023||Father’s Day||Sunday|
|July 4, 2023||Independence Day||Tuesday|
|July 23, 2023||Parents’ Day||Sunday|
|September 4, 2023||Labor Day||Monday|
|September 10, 2023||Grandparents’ Day||Sunday|
|September 11, 2023||Patriot Day or September 11th||Monday|
|September 16, 2023||Stepfamily Day||Saturday|
|September 17, 2023||Citizenship Day||Sunday|
|September 22, 2023||Native American Day||Friday|
|October 9, 2023||Columbus Day||Monday|
|October 16, 2023||Boss’s Day||Monday|
|October 21, 2023||Sweetest Day||Saturday|
|October 31, 2023||Halloween||Tuesday|
|November 5, 2023||Daylight Saving
|November 11, 2023||Veterans’ Day||Saturday|
|November 23, 2023||Thanksgiving||Thursday|
|November 24, 2023||Black Friday||Friday|
|November 27, 2023||Cyber Monday||Monday|
|December 7, 2023||Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day||Thursday|
|December 25, 2023||Christmas Day||Monday|
|December 31, 2023||New Year’s Eve||Sunday|