HOLIDAYS APRIL 2020

OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS

All-in-one holidays April 2020, observances and event calendar has been compiled with all the events happening worldwide and which days are celebrated with their observance and holidays listed. We have tried to list the international days like this month of April 2020 has international health day, international earth day, international book day, international dance day etc. Similarly there are many more. Feel free to add any event through our contact page or by simply writing a comment so that we can add it to our Holidays April 2020 list.

OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 1st APRIL 2020.
1-Apr-20April Fools’ Day
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 2nd APRIL 2020.
2-Apr-20Children’s Day – Taiwan – Holiday
2-Apr-20Hung Kings Festival
2-Apr-20Näfelser Fahrt
2-Apr-20Pascua Florida Day
2-Apr-20Ram Navami
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 3rd APRIL 2020.
3-Apr-20Tomb Sweeping Day holiday
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 4th APRIL 2020.
4-Apr-20Aliyah Day
4-Apr-20Cheng Ming Festival
4-Apr-20Children’s Day – Taiwan
4-Apr-20International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action
4-Apr-20Tomb Sweeping Day
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 5th APRIL 2020.
5-Apr-20Arbor Day
5-Apr-20Daylight Saving Time ends
5-Apr-20Palm Sunday
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 6th APRIL 2020.
6-Apr-20Chakri Day
6-Apr-20Cheng Ming Holiday
6-Apr-20Mahavir Jayanti
6-Apr-20National Tartan Day
6-Apr-20Self Determination Day
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 7th APRIL 2020.
7-Apr-20God of Medicine’s Birthday
7-Apr-20International Health Day
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 8th APRIL 2020.
8-Apr-20Passover Eve
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 9th APRIL 2020.
9-Apr-20Baghdad Liberation Day
9-Apr-20Fair Wednesday
9-Apr-20First day of Passover
9-Apr-20Imam Mahdi’s birthday
9-Apr-20Maundy Thursday
9-Apr-20Passover (Day 1)
9-Apr-20Passover (first day)
9-Apr-20Shab e-Barat
9-Apr-20The Day of Valor
9-Apr-20Vimy Ridge Day
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 10th APRIL 2020.
10-Apr-20Good Friday
10-Apr-20Passover (Day 2)
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 11th APRIL 2020.
11-Apr-20Black Saturday
11-Apr-20Holy Saturday
11-Apr-20Passover (Day 3)
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 12th APRIL 2020.
12-Apr-20Easter Day
12-Apr-20Easter Sunday
12-Apr-20Passover (Day 4)
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 13th APRIL 2020.
13-Apr-20Baisakhi
13-Apr-20Easter Monday
13-Apr-20Family Day
13-Apr-20Holy Saturday Holiday
13-Apr-20Passover (Day 5)
13-Apr-20Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday
13-Apr-20Vaisakhi
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 14th APRIL 2020.
14-Apr-20Ambedkar Jayanti
14-Apr-20Día del Bando de la Huerta
14-Apr-20Nepali New Year
14-Apr-20Passover (Day 6)
14-Apr-20Sermon of the Tortillas
14-Apr-20Southland Anniversary Day
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 15th APRIL 2020.
15-Apr-20Birth Date of Kim Il Sung
15-Apr-20Declaration of Malacca as Historical City
15-Apr-20Father Damien Day
15-Apr-20Matsu’s Birthday
15-Apr-20National Assembly Election Day
15-Apr-20Passover (Day 7)
15-Apr-20Songkran
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 16th APRIL 2020.
16-Apr-20Emancipation Day
16-Apr-20José de Diego’s Birthday
16-Apr-20Last day of Passover
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 17th APRIL 2020.
17-Apr-20Orthodox Good Friday
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 18th APRIL 2020.
18-Apr-20International Heritage Day
18-Apr-20Orthodox Holy Saturday
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 19th APRIL 2020.
19-Apr-20Orthodox Easter
19-Apr-20Orthodox Easter Day
19-Apr-20Orthodox Easter Sunday
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 20th APRIL 2020.
20-Apr-20Day of Saint Vicente Ferrer
20-Apr-20Orthodox Easter Monday
20-Apr-20Patriot’s Day
20-Apr-20Ridván
20-Apr-20Sechseläuten
20-Apr-20St. George’s Day
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 21st APRIL 2020.
21-Apr-20National Library Workers’ Day
21-Apr-20San Jacinto Day
21-Apr-20Tiradentes Day
21-Apr-20Yom HaShoah
HOLIDAYS, OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 22nd APRIL 2020.
22-Apr-20Administrative Professionals Day
22-Apr-20International Earth Day
22-Apr-20Oklahoma Day
22-Apr-20Stephen Lawrence Day
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 23rd APRIL 2020.
23-Apr-20Castile and León Day
23-Apr-20Day of Aragón
23-Apr-20German Beer Day
23-Apr-20International Book Day
23-Apr-20National Sovereignty and Children’s Day
23-Apr-20Santa Faz
23-Apr-20Shakespeare Day
23-Apr-20St. George’s Day
23-Apr-20Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 24th APRIL 2020.
24-Apr-20Arbor Day
24-Apr-20First Day of Ramadan
24-Apr-20Loktantra Diwas
24-Apr-20Ramadan Starts
24-Apr-20Ramazan Bank Holiday
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 25th APRIL 2020.
25-Apr-20ANZAC Day
25-Apr-20Chosun People’s Army Foundation Day
25-Apr-20Liberation Day
25-Apr-20Liberty Day
25-Apr-20The Feast of St Mark (Venice)
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 26th APRIL 2020.
26-Apr-20Birthday of the Sultan of Terengganu
26-Apr-20Confederate Heroes’ Day
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 27th APRIL 2020.
27-Apr-20ANZAC Day
27-Apr-20ANZAC Day Observed
27-Apr-20Confederate Heroes’ Day observed
27-Apr-20Confederate Memorial Day
27-Apr-20King’s Birthday
27-Apr-20South Africa Freedom Day
27-Apr-20State Holiday
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 28th APRIL 2020.
28-Apr-20Our Lady of Mércoles
28-Apr-20San Prudencio
28-Apr-20Yom HaZikaron
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 29th APRIL 2020.
29-Apr-20International Dance Day
29-Apr-20Shōwa Day
29-Apr-20Yom HaAtzmaut
29-Apr-20Yom Ha’atzmaut
OBSERVANCES AND EVENTS ON 30th APRIL 2020.
30-Apr-20Buddha’s Birthday
30-Apr-20Children’s Day – Mexico
30-Apr-20Liberation Day/Reunification Day
30-Apr-20Walpurgis Night

With this we come to the end of April 2020 calendar.

I got myself thinking one day, why do we celebrate holidays? … A holiday is a day set aside by custom or by law on which normal activities, especially business or work including school, are suspended or reduced. Generally, holidays are intended to allow individuals to celebrate or commemorate an event or tradition of cultural or religious significance.

Why holidays need to happen?: I really enjoy exploring nature and I usually have my friends. Holidays are set to commemorate an important event and/or person in the history of a nation. Holiday traditions are an important part to building a strong bond between family, and our community. Traditional celebrations are some of the core aspects of any culture. They give us a sense of belonging and a way to express what is important to us. They connect us to our history and help us celebrate generations of family. It may be a harvest festival, a religious holiday, or a national observance, or a family wedding, our celebrations are woven tightly into our overall cultural identity.

Celebrating your traditions helps keep you grounded in your own culture while adapting to a new one. This is especially important when going through some of the phases of culture shock that affect many of us in the first months after moving to a different continent or city. Celebrating one of your traditional holidays can brighten up your mood for weeks as you become absorbed in preparations for the event and the excitement of the day itself. Celebrating a special day can also help you connect with fellows in your area who can add to your mutual support group.

Traditions should be celebrated most importantly if you have kids growing up in another culture (the good name for which is the third culture kids). It can help them keep one foot firmly rooted in their home culture, while also offering learning experiences that might not otherwise occur.
Traditional celebrations are also an excellent opportunity for intercultural exchange and understanding. Both kids and adults learn about other cultures through these celebrations.

So next time you see one of your traditional holidays approaching on the calendar, start planning. Invite your friends, involve the kids, and create your own lasting memories. Do send your experiences and comments to us so that we keep adding your stories and let the world know about it.

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