|January 1||Thursday||New Year's Day|
|January 19||Monday||Martin Luther King's Birthday|
|February 12||Thursday||Union Day|
|February 16||Monday||President's Day|
|March 27||Friday||Armed Forces Day|
|April 13||Monday||Thingyan (Water Festival)|
|April 14||Tuesday||Thingyan (Water Festival)|
|April 15||Wednesday||Thingyan (Water Festival)|
|April 16||Thursday||Thingyan (Water Festival)|
|April 17||Friday||Burmese New Year|
|May 1||Friday||Workers' Day|
|May 25||Monday||Memorial Day|
|July 3||Friday||Independence Day|
|July 31||Friday||Full moon of Waso
[Beginning of Buddhist Lent]
|September 7||Monday||Labor Day|
|October 12||Monday||Columbus Day|
|October 28||Wednesday||Full moon of Thadinkyut [End of Buddhist Lent]|
|November 11||Wednesday||Veterans Day|
|November 26||Thursday||Thanksgiving Day|
|December 25||Friday||Christmas Day|
* American Holidays falling on Saturday will be observed the preceding Friday. Holidays falling on Sunday will be observed on the following Monday.
** Burmese Holidays falling on either Saturday or Sunday will be observed only on the respective day. The Embassy will be OPEN the preceding Friday and the following Monday when Burmese holidays are celebrated on either Saturday or Sunday.
For Idd, Deepavali, Karen New Year, Peasants' Day and Full Moon day of Tabaung, Embassy will observe a liberal leave policy.