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Month Calendar For United States Holidays November 2014

  • National Family Caregivers Month[pro]: National Family Caregivers Month is a time designed to making sure our selfless caregivers have the support they need to maintain their own well-being and that of those they love. According to the Presidential Proclamation,
    Day in and day out, selfless and loving Americans provide care and support to family members and friends in need. They are parents, spouses, children, siblings, relatives, and neighbors who uphold their unwavering commitment to ensure the lives of their loved ones shine bright with health, safety, and dignity. [...] Not only this month, but every month, let us work alongside our Nation's caregivers and make certain they are able to provide the best possible care for their loved ones for as long as necessary.
    • National College Application Month[pro]: This month is designed to encourage all students to take control of their own destiny by applying to continue their education beyond high school and to let them know that no matter where they come from or who they are there is an opportunity for them. According to the Presidential Proclamation,
      Applying to college is hard work, but it is only the beginning of a journey that requires persistence and focus. A college degree unlocks pathways to opportunity;it prepares today's students for the jobs of the future and is a requirement for the educated workforce and informed citizenry our country needs to create growth, bolster our economy, and strengthen our democracy. That is why as a Nation, we must lift up our students, help them achieve their greatest potential, and work together toward an important goal: to lead the world in college completion.
    • National Alzheimer's Disease Month[pro]: This month we reflect on the challenges posed by Alzheimer's disease and the more than 5 million people in the United States who live with Alzheimer's and the caregivers who help them age with dignity. According to the Presidential Proclamation,
      During National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, we join with researchers, health care providers, and patient advocates across our country to lift up all those who are battling this disease every day. As we come together to raise awareness about Alzheimer's, we honor the individuals who lost their lives to it, as well as the devotion and selflessness of the millions of caregivers who endure the financial and emotional strains of this disease.
      • National Native American Heritage Month[pro]: This month we reflect on the history and the contributions made by Native Americans since long before the founding of the United States. According to the Presidential Proclamation,
        This month, let us reaffirm our responsibility to ensure each generation is defined by a greater sense of opportunity than the last, and let us pledge to maintain our strong relationship with tribal nations across America. By keeping this commitment, and by endeavoring to shape a future in which every citizen has the chance to build a life worthy of their hopes and dreams, we can ensure that ours is a country that is true to our spirit and to our enduring promise as a land where all things are possible for all people.
        • National Entrepreneurship Month[pro]: This month is meant to recognize the grit and determination of American inventors and innovators and their many contributions to the United States. This month also serves as a platform to reaffirm the country#&39;s commitment to support entrepreneurs as they develop the products, services, and ideas of tomorrow. According to the Presidential Proclamation,
          Since our Nation's founding, our progress has been fueled by an inherent sense of purpose and ingenuity in our people. Americans have more opportunities now than ever before to carry forward this legacy -- to create something, to raise capital in creative ways, and to pursue aspirations. During National Entrepreneurship Month, we revisit our roots as a country of dreamers and doers, and we celebrate and support the next generation of American entrepreneurs.
          • Military Family Month[pro]: During this month, military families are recognized for their extraordinary service to the Unites States. According to the Presidential Proclamation,
            America endures because of the men, women, and families who serve and sacrifice to defend our Nation and protect the ideals we hold dear. This month, and in the months to come, let us show our enduring gratitude to military families and their loved ones in uniform for contributing to our Nation's legacy as a beacon of hope and liberty. Their courage serves as a model of character and distinction, and their devotion to our country must be met with the recognition it deserves.

            The following is a compilation of American federal holidays, federal observances, state holidays and other common patriotic and national observances and commemorations that apply to the United States during november 2014:

            November 2014
            wMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
            Week 44
            27Monday
             
            28Tuesday
             
            29Wednesday
             
            30Thursday
             
            31Friday
             
            1Saturday
             
            2Sunday
             
            Week 45
            3Monday
             
            5Wednesday
             
            6Thursday
             
            7Friday
             
            8Saturday
             
            Week 46
            12Wednesday
             
            13Thursday
             
            14Friday
             
            Week 47
            Week 48
            30Sunday
             
            1Monday
             
            2Tuesday
             
            3Wednesday
             
            4Thursday
             
            5Friday
             
            6Saturday
             
            7Sunday
             
            8Monday
             
            9Tuesday
             
            10Wednesday
             
            11Thursday
             
            12Friday
             
            13Saturday
             
            14Sunday
             

            Notes:

            [ny] This is a State Holiday in the State of New York.

            [il] This is a State Holiday in the State of Illinois.

            [pa-le-op] This is an optional Legal Holiday in the State of Pennsylvania.

            [hi] This is a State Holiday in the State of Hawaii.

            [pro] This is a special day designated by presidential proclamation.

            [oh-sp] This is a special day, week or month by Statutory Designation in the State of Ohio.

            [fed] This is a federal holiday. Most Federal employees work schedule is Monday through Friday. For these Federal employees, when a holiday falls on a nonworkday, that is to say, Saturday or Sunday, then, the holiday usually is observed on Monday (in case the holiday falls on Sunday) or Friday (in case the holiday falls on Saturday).

            [ca] This is a State Holiday in the State of California.

            [tx] This is a State Holiday in the State of Texas.State offices are scheduled to be open on partial staffing holidays and optional holidays. Please call ahead to confirm hours. Offices will not be closed on another day when designated holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday. An employee is entitled to observe optional holidays in lieu of any partial staffing holiday on which state offices are required to be open to conduct public business.

            [fl] This is a State holiday in the State of Florida. If the actual holiday falls on Saturday, the preceding Friday is observed as a holiday. When a holiday falls on Sunday, the following Monday is observed as a holiday.

            [pa] This is a State Holiday in the State of Pennsylvania.

            [fl-le] This is a Legal Holiday in the State of Florida. If a holiday falls on Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be observed as a holiday and if a holidays falls on Sunday, the following Monday shall be observed as a holiday.

            [il-le] This is a Legal Holiday in the State of Illinois, upon which day a bank may, but is not required to, remain closed.

            [ut] This is a State Holiday in the State of Utah. According to Title 63G, Section 301, Legal holidays: if any of the holidays fall on Sunday, then the following Monday shall be the holiday. Moreover, if any of the holidays fall on Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be the holiday.

            [al] This is an official holiday in the State of Alabama. In Alabama, Saturday holidays are observed on Fridays and Sunday holidays are observed on Mondays.

            [ok] This is a State Holiday in the State of Oklahoma.

            [fed-ob] United States federal observances are days, weeks, months, or other periods designated by the United States Congress for the commemoration or other observance of various events, activities, or topics. These observances differ from Federal holidays in that Federal employees only receive a day free from work on holidays, not observances. Federal observances that are designated by Congress appear in Title 36 of the United States Code (36 U.S.C. § 101 et seq.).

            [ms-le] This is a Legal Holiday in the State of Mississippi. Pursuant to Mississippi code ANN. 3-3-7, in the event any holiday declared legal shall fall on Sunday, the next following day shall be a legal holiday.

            [ca-le] This is a Legal Holiday in the State of California.

            [mi] This is a State Holiday in the State of Michigan.

            [nc] This is a State Holiday in the State of North Carolina.

            [wa] This is a State Holiday in the State of Washington.

            [ga] This is a State Holiday in the State of Georgia.

            [other] This is a religious, traditional, or informal observance celebrated in the United States.