2011 Calendar of Holidays

Need to organize a party or make a reservation for a special occasion? You'll need to plan in advance if you want to get off to a good start, and that's where the Occasions 365 holiday calendar can help.

All the holidays are laid out for you, listed under their respective month. Each holiday is highlighted in red on the holiday calendar, so you can't miss it. Click on the highlighted days to get a reminder of what the holiday is.

If you want to see the full article, you can click on the link and visit the page. You can use the holiday calendar to get a head start on your party preparations or just to stay on top of the next holiday around the corner.

January

17 - Martin Luther King Day

February

1-28 - Black History Month

2 - Groundhog Day

3 - Chinese New Year

14 - Valentines Day

March

8 - Mardi Gras

17 - St Patricks Day

April

1 - April Fools Day

18-25 - Passover

22 - Earth Day

24 - Easter

May

5 - Cinco de Mayo

8 - Mothers Day

23 - Memorial Day

June

6 - D-Day

14 - Flag Day

19 - Fathers Day

19 - Juneteenth

July

1 - Canada Day

4 - 4th of July

August

1-30 - Ramadan

31 - Eid

September

5 - Labor Day

15-Oct. 15 - Hispanic Heritage Month

October

7-8 - Yom Kippur

10 - Columbus Day

15 - Sweetest Day

26 - Diwali

31 - Halloween

November

2 - Day of the Dead

11 - Veterans Day

24 - Thanksgiving

December

20-27 - Hanukkah

25 - Christmas

26-Jan. 01 - Kwanzaa

31 - New Years Eve