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Holiday Calendar
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August
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Holiday List
Ireland - 2013
 
Date Week Day Holiday
January - 01 Tuesday
March - 17 Sunday
April - 01 Monday
May - 06 Monday
June - 03 Monday
August - 05 Monday
October - 28 Monday
December - 25 Wednesday
December - 26 Thursday

     
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New Year's Day
(La Caille or La Bliana Nua)
New Year's Day is the first day of the year. On the modern Gregorian calendar, it is celebrated on January 1.Many people spend New Year's Day with family members and close friends.There are New Year's parades in some areas.A large parade is held in Dublin. Marching bands, musicians and other groups walk through the city's streets. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed. Some stores and pubs are open, although they may open later and close earlier than usual.

St. Patrick's Day
Saint Patrick's Day is a yearly holiday celebrated on the 17th of March. It is named after Saint Patrick , the most commonly recognised of the patron saints of Ireland.It is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland and a large, national multi day festival now takes place each year called St. Patrick's Festival.People celebrate the day with parades, wearing of the green, and drinking beer.

Easter Monday
Easter Monday (Luan Cásca) is the day after Easter Sunday. It is an occasion for people in the Republic of Ireland to remember the Easter Uprising, which occurred in 1916, and attend sports events and local fairs.People may attend special church services, local fairs or sports events. Many people do not have to work on Good Friday or Easter Monday so the long Easter weekend is a popular time for short vacations in Ireland or abroad. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed.

Labour Day
May Day (La Bealtaine), or Labour Day (La an Lucht Oibre), is the first Monday of May. It is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland. It is a traditional Celtic festival and a time to campaign for workers rights.Fairs or communal meals are held in some villages and often see children or young people dance around a maypole. Some people attend Labour Day parades, demonstrations and celebrations in large cities, such as Dublin. These often attract contingents from trade unions, political parties and groups campaigning for social justice from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. These events may be on the first Monday of May or a Saturday close to this date.

June Holiday


The June Holiday celebrated in Ireland on the first Monday of June. People take time to enjoy the spring weather to attend local cultural and sporting events.

August Holiday
The first Monday of August (Lá Saoire i mí Lúnasa), also known as the August Holiday, is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland. Many cultural and sporting events are held over the August Holiday weekend.

October Holiday
The last Monday of October (Lá Saoire i mí Dheireadh Fómhair), or the Halloween Holiday (Lá Saoire Oíche Shamhna), is a time of cultural festivals. It falls on the day after daylight saving time ends in many years.

Christmas Day
In Ireland, Christmas is considered to be the most important. An Irish Christmas lasts from Christmas Eve until January 6th,the Feast of Epiphany, or "Little Christmas."Irish families decorate their homes with lights, tinsel and baubles. A Christmas tree is usually erected in the family home on the first day of the holy advent calendar. The tree will be beautifully decorated with an angel on top, presents will lay underneath as seen with many family homes around the world.

St Stephen's Day
St. Stephen Day (also known as Boxing Day) is another important day during an Irish Christmas; it is the day after Christmas Day.St. Stephen's Day is an occasion to commemorate the life of St Stephen, a Christian martyr. Most families will treat St. Stephen’s Day as day of rest with a visit to their local church and also celebrate with another large meal. St Stephen’s Day may also bring relations to the house hold to join in on the Christmas Celebrations.

 
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