Every year, January 1st is observed as a public holiday to celebrate the advent of a New Year. The celebration starts a day before, on the New Year's Eve, by cracking fireworks and playing music in different public gatherings and people party very hard all night long.
Large cities like New York and Los Angeles host a variety of fun filled activities which are often telecasted as well. People countdown to welcome the New Year by taking various resolutions like stop smoking, drinking and getting more disciplined in the year to come. In Gregorian calendar system, January 1 is marked as the beginning of a new year. In spite of the fact that this system was initially not accepted everywhere in the world, but now the New Year's Day is widely celebrated on this very same day.
Different countries have different cultures and food habits but no matter how diverse their cultures are, people love to start the day by preparing tasty cuisines and meeting their loved ones by exchanging good wishes.
|Saturday||January 01 2022||New Year's Day|
|Monday||January 17 2022||Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|Monday||February 14 2022||Valentine's Day|
|Monday||February 21 2022||Presidents' Day|
|Sunday||March 13 2022||Daylight Saving Time Starts|
|Sunday||April 17 2022||Easter Sunday|
|Sunday||May 08 2022||Mother's Day|
|Monday||May 30 2022||Memorial Day|
|Sunday||June 19 2022||Juneteenth|
|Sunday||June 19 2022||Father's Day|
|Monday||July 04 2022||Independence Day|
|Monday||September 05 2022||Labor Day|
|Monday||October 10 2022||Columbus Day|
|Monday||October 31 2022||Halloween|
|Sunday||November 06 2022||Daylight Saving Time Ends|
|Friday||November 11 2022||Veterans Day|
|Thursday||November 24 2022||Thanksgiving Day|
|Sunday||December 25 2022||Christmas Day|