Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Philippine holidays and long-weekend schedule for 2015 (Proclamation No. 831, s. 2014)

Hunyo 12 by Claude Tayag (1989 Fiestas Serigraph Series)

If things go our way, we have ten long weekends to look forward to in 2015! Malacanang issued Proclamation No. 831, s. 2014 declaring the regular holidays, special non-working days, and a special school holiday for 2015. Instead of just giving you the same list of holidays of the Republic of the Philippines for 2015, this list will help you plan your trips with confirmed and expected long-weekends:

  • January 1 (Thu) - New Year's Day 
  • January 2 (Fri) - Special Non-Working Day (six-day long weekend from December 30 to January 4)
  • February 19 (Thu) - Chinese New Year
  • February 25 (Wed) - EDSA Revolution Anniversary (holiday for schools only)
  • April 2 (Thu) - Holy Thursday
  • April 3 (Fri) - Good Friday 
  • April 4 (Sat) - Black Saturday (four-day long weekend from April 2 to 4)
  • April 9 (Thu) - Araw ng Kagitingan
  • May 1 (Fri) - Labor Day (three-day long weekend from May 1 to 3)
  • June 12 (Fri) - Independence Day (three-day long weekend from June 12 to 14)
  • July 17 (Fri) - Eid'l Fitr (possible three-day long weekend from July 17 to 20 pending proclamation when date is confirmed)
  • August 21 (Fri) - Ninoy Aquino Day (three-day long weekend from August 21 to 23)
  • August 31 (Mon) - National Heroes Day (three-day long weekend from August 29 to 31)
  • September 24 (Thu) - Eid'l Adha (pending proclamation when date is confirmed)
  • November 1 (Sun) - All Saints Day
  • November 30 (Mon) - Bonifacio Day (three-day long weekend from November 28 to 30)
  • December 24 (Thu) - Special Non-Working Day
  • December 25 (Fri) - Christmas Day (four-day long weekend from December 24 to 27)
  • December 30 (Wed) - Rizal Day
  • December 31 (Thu) - Last Day of the Year (five-day long weekend from December 30 to January 3, 2016)
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