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An overview of United States federal holidays and observances in 2010 as established by federal law (5 U.S.C. 6103). If a public holiday falls on a non-working day (Saturday or Sunday for most federal employees), the holiday is usually observed (and marked as such in the overview below) on the preceding Friday if the federal holiday falls on a Saturday, or on the following Monday if the federal holiday falls on a Sunday. Please note that the official federal name for Presidents' Day, which honors George Washington, is Washington's Birthday. The name Presidents' Day (also often written President's Day or Presidents Day) is used here because the holiday is widely known under this name, especially in states which remember additional presidents (Lincoln, Jefferson and others) together with George Washington. For more detailed information about federal holidays and other national observances see American Holidays on usa.gov.

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US Federal Holidays 2010

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2011
Date Federal holiday Day of the week
January 1, 2010 New Year's Day Friday
January 18, 2010 Martin Luther King Day Monday
February 15, 2010 Presidents' Day* Monday
May 31, 2010 Memorial Day Monday
July 4, 2010 Independence Day Sunday
July 5, 2010 Independence Day (observed) Monday
September 6, 2010 Labor Day Monday
October 11, 2010 Columbus Day Monday
November 11, 2010 Veterans Day Thursday
November 25, 2010 Thanksgiving Day Thursday
December 24, 2010 Christmas Day (observed) Friday
December 25, 2010 Christmas Day Saturday
December 31, 2010 New Year's Day (observed) Friday
2011
* Presidents' Day:
The official federal name for Presidents' Day is Washington's Birthday in accordance with 5 U.S. Code 6103 - Holidays. The name Presidents' Day (also often written President's Day or Presidents Day) is used here because the holiday is widely known under this name and is often an occasion to honor the incumbent president and all persons who have served as president, not just George Washington. More

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