Below is a calendar of religious holidays observed. If you would like to add a holiday to the calendar please contact Lindy Broderick

January

January 1 - Gahambar Maidyarem (Zoroastrian) Kwanzaa (African-American & Canadian, USA) Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto)

January 2 - Gahambar Maidyarem (Zoroastrian) Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto)

January 3 - Gahambar Maidyarem (Zoroastrian) Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto)

January 4 - Gahambar Maidyarem (Zoroastrian) Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto)

January 5 - Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto) Guru Gobind Singh’s Birthday (Sikh)

January 6 - Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto) Christmas – Armenia (Christian) Epiphany (Christian)

January 7 - Gantan-Sai (Japan, Shinto) Christmas (Christian – Coptic & Eastern Orthodox)

January 10 - Full Moon (Pagan)

January 13 - Lohri (Hindu, Sikh) St. Knut’s Day (Finland, Sweden)

January 15 - Markar Sankranti (India, Hindu)

January 17 - Kitchen God Celebration (China)

January 18 - Kitchen God Celebration (China)

January 19 - Kitchen God Celebration (China)

January 20 - Kitchen God Celebration (China) Timkat / Theophany (Christian – Coptic & Eastern Orthodox)

January 21 - Kitchen God Celebration (China)

January 22 - Kitchen God Celebration (China)

January 23 - Kitchen God Celebration (China)

January 24 - Kitchen God Celebration (China) New Moon (Pagan)

January 25 - Kitchen God Celebration (China) Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam) Solnal/Seollal (Korea)

January 26 - Kitchen God Celebration (China) Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Buddhist)

January 27 - Kitchen God Celebration (China) Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Buddhist)

January 28 - Kitchen God Celebration (China) Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Buddhist) Tu B’Shevat (Jewish)

January 29Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Buddhist) Basant Panchami (Hindu)

January 30 - Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Buddhist) Basant Panchami (Hindu) Sadeh (Iran, Zoroastrian)

January 31 - Chinese New Year (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Buddhist) Basant Panchami (Hindu)

 

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

August 1 - Kamál (Bahá’í), Lugnasad (Wicca), New Moon (Pagan)

August 8 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian)

August 9 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian)

August 10 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian), Day of Hajj (Islam), Tish’a B’Av (Jewish)

August 11 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian), Eid-ul-Adha (Islam)

August 12 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian)

August 13 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian)

August 14 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian)

August 15 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian), Assumption (Christian), Full Moon (Pagan), Now Ruz (Zoroastrian)

August 16 - Fravardeghan (Zoroastrian)

August 17 - Now Ruz (Zoroastrian)

August 20 - Asmá’ (Bahá’í)

August 24 - Birth of Prophet Zarathustra (Shenshai) (Zoroastrian), Janmashtami (Hindu)

August 27 - Paryushana-Parva (Jain)

August 30 - New Moon (Pagan)

 

September

September 1 - 1st Muharram (Islam)

September 2 - Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu)

September 3 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Samvatsari (Jain)

September 4 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain)

September 5 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain)

September 6 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Southern Ute Tribal Fair and Pow Wow (Indigenous), Ashura (Islam)

September 7 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Southern Ute Tribal Fair and Pow Wow (Indigenous)

September 8 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Southern Ute Tribal Fair and Pow Wow (Indigenous)

September 9 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain)

September 10 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Ashura (Islam)

September 11 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Onam (India, Hindu)

September 12 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Ananta-Chaturdasi (Jain), Gahambar Paitishahem (Zoroastrian)

September 13 - Dashalakshani-Parva (Jain), Ksamavani (Jain), Gahambar Paitishahem (Zoroastrian

September 14 - Full Moon (Pagan), Gahambar Paitishahem (Zoroastrian)

September 15 - Gahambar Paitishahem (Zoroastrian

September 16 - Gahambar Paitishahem (Zoroastrian

September 23 - Autumn Equinox, Harvest of Peace (Buddhist), Mabon (Wicca), Shuki sorei sai (Japan, Shinto)

September 27 - Mashíyyat (Bahá’í)

September 28 - New Moon (Pagan)

September 29 - Navratri (Hindu)

September 30 - Rosh Hashana (Jewish), San Geronimo (Indigenous)

October

October 1 - Rosh Hashana (Jewish), San Geronimo (Indigenous)

October 2 - Mehragan (Iran, Zoroastrian)

October 6 - Durga Puja (Hindu)

October 8 - Dussehra (Hindu)

October 9 - Yom Kippur (Jewish)

October 12 - Gahambar Ayathrem (Zoroastrian)

October 13 - Gahambar Ayathrem (Zoroastrian), Full Moon (Pagan), Pavarana (Buddhist)

October 14 - Sukkot (Jewish), Gahambar Ayathrem (Zoroastrian), Kathina (Buddhist)

October 15 - Sukkot (Jewish), Gahambar Ayathrem (Zoroastrian)

October 16 - Sukkot (Jewish), Gahambar Ayathrem (Zoroastrian), ‘Ilm (Bahá’í)

October 17 - Sukkot (Jewish), Karva Chauth (Hindu)

October 18 - Sukkot (Jewish)

October 19 - Sukkot (Jewish)

October 20 - Sukkot (Jewish), Arba’een (Shia) (Iran, Iraq, Islam)

October 21 - Shemini Atzeret (Jewish)

October 22 - Simchat Torah (Jewish)

October 27 - Diwali (Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Buddhist), Mahavira Nirvana (Jain), New Moon (Pagan)

October 29 - Birth of the Báb (Bahá’í)

October 30 - Birth of the Báb (Bahá’í)

October 31 - Samhain (Wicca)

November

November 1 - All Saints’ Day (Christian), Native American Heritage Month (Indigenous)

November 2 - All Souls Day (Christian)

November 4 - Qudrat (Bahá’í)

November 10 - Eid-Maulad-un-Nabi (Islam)

November 12 - Full Moon (Pagan), Guru Nanak’s Birthday (Bikarami) (Sikh), Lokashah Jayanti (Jain)

November 23 - Qawl (Bahá’í)

November 24 - Martyrdom of Guru Teg Bahadur (Sikh

November 26 - Day of the Covenant (Bahá’í), New Moon (Pagan)

November 28 - Ascension of ‘Abul’l-Bahá (Bahá’í)

December

December 1 - First Sunday of Advent (Christian)

December 6 - St. Nicholas Day (Christian)

December 8 - Bodhi Day (Buddhist), Feast of the Immaculate Conception (Christian)

December 12 - Full Moon (Pagan), Masá’il (Bahá’í), Our Lady of Guadalupe (Mexico, Christian)

December 13 - Aga Khan’s Birthday (Islam, Ismaili)

December 15 - Children’s Day –Shambhala Nyida Day Winter Solstice Celebration (Buddhist), Navidades (Pureto Rico, Christian)

December 16 - Posadas (Mexico, Christian)

December 17 - Posadas (Mexico, Christian)

December 18 - Posadas (Mexico, Christian)

December 19 - Posadas (Mexico, Christian)

December 20 - Posadas (Mexico, Christian)

December 21 - Posadas (Mexico, Christian), Solstice (Pagan), Tohji-Tasai (Shinto), Yule (Wicca)