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Nordmarianerna : helgdagar, stängning av banker, skolan semester

Nordmarianerna : komplett kalender med helgdagar, nedläggning av banker och börser, skollov, mässor, kultur- och sportevenemang, festivaler, karnevaler, val



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Namn Datum Typ Mer
Presidentens dag*Måndag 19 Februari, 2018mässa 
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Överenskommelsedagen**Fredag 23 Mars, 2018Sekulär semester 
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mitterminslov semester (början)Fredag 23 Mars, 2018Skollov, förutom de ovan nämnda bankfridagarna (kan variera mellan olika distrikt) 
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mitterminslov semester (avsluta)Onsdag 28 Mars, 2018Skollov, förutom de ovan nämnda bankfridagarna (kan variera mellan olika distrikt) 
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Långfredagen*Fredag 30 Mars, 2018Katolska och protestantiska 
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Presidentens dag -
Måndag 19 Februari, 2018

mässa : Commemorates the births of George Washington (22.2.1732) and Abraham Lincoln (12.2.1809). The memory of America’s first president, George Washington, was once celebrated on his birthday, February 22nd. The date was changed to the third Monday in February to create a three-day weekend These banks remain open: Chase Bank, TD Bank, Wells Fargo


Överenskommelsedagen -
Fredag 23 Mars, 2018

Sekulär semester : On that day in 1976, President Gerald R. Ford took pen to paper and, surrounded by federal officials and local leaders, signed U.S. Public Law 94-241 into effect, entering the Northern Marianas into a ‘covenant’ of political union with the United States of America Paid holiday when falling on Saturday or Sunday


Mitterminslov semester (början) -
Fredag 23 Mars, 2018

Skollovens :


Mitterminslov semester (avsluta) -
Onsdag 28 Mars, 2018

Skollovens :


Långfredagen -
Fredag 30 Mars, 2018

Katolska och protestantiska : The First Council of Nicaea (a gathering of bishops in the early days of Christianity) wanted to find a day to commemorate the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. This commemoration had to be linked to Jewish holiday traditions, since the last supper of Christ was believed to be a Jewish Passover meal. But the Jewish calendar is based on lunar and solar cycles, so the Easter celebration had to follow the same calendar.