2017 Dates to Remember

  • January 1-New Year’s Day
  • January 15-Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday
  • January 16-Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday Observed
  • January 28-Chinese New Year
  • February 2-Groundhog Day
  • February 12-Lincoln’s Birthday
  • February 14-Valentine’s Day
  • February 20-Presidents’ Day
  • February 22-Washington’s Birthday
  • March 1-Ash Wednesday
  • March 12-Daylight Savings Time Begins
  • March 17-St. Patrick’s Day
  • March 19-St. Joseph’s Day
  • March 20-First Day of Spring
  • March 30-Doctor’s Day
  • April 1-April Fools’ Day
  • April 9-Palm Sunday
  • April 10-Passover
  • April 14-Good Friday/Orthodox Holy Friday
  • April 16-Easter/Orthodox Easter
  • April 22-Earth Day
  • April 26-Administrative Professionals Day
  • May 2-Teacher’s Appreciation Day
  • May 4-National Day of Prayer
  • May 5-Cinco de Mayo
  • May 6-Nurses Day
  • May 14-Mother’s Day
  • May 20-Armed Forces Day
  • May 29-Memorial Day (Observed)
  • May 30-Memorial Day
  • June 14-Flag Day
  • June 18-Father’s Day
  • June 20-First Day of Summer
  • July 4-Independence Day
  • July 15-23-Hallmark Ornament Premiere
  • August 6 – Sisters’ Day & Friendship Day
  • September 4 – Labor Day
  • September 10 -Grandparents’ Day & National Day of Service & Remembrance
  • September 11 – Patriot Day/National Day of Service and Remembrance
  • September 20-Rosh Hashanah
  • September 22-First Day of Autumn
  • September 29-Yom Kippur
  • October 8-Ministry Appreciation Day
  • October 7-15-Hallmark Ornament Debut
  • October 9-Columbus Day Observed
  • October 13-22-Pre-Season Stock-Up
  • October 16 – Boss’s Day
  • October 21 – Sweetest Day
  • October 24-United Nations Day
  • October 31 – Halloween
  • November 3-10-Holiday Open House and VIP Event
  • November 6 – Daylight Saving Time ends
  • November 8 – Election Day
  • November 11 – Veterans’ Day
  • November 24 – Thanksgiving Day
  • December 1-3-Keepsake Ornament Gift of Memories
  • December 24 – Chanukah (through Jan. 1)
  • December 24 – Christmas Eve
  • December 25 – Christmas Day
  • December 26 – Kwanzaa begins (through Jan. 1)
  • December 31 – New Year’s Eve