Marshall Islands Public Holidays
Today – 23 April 2018 – is not a holiday in Marshall Islands.
Discover upcoming public holiday dates for Marshall Islands and start planning to make the most of your time off.
The Marshall Islands celebrate 10 public holidays each year. In recent years, many businesses have begun to take a half day off on New Year’s Eve as an additional holiday. However, this date is not in the official list of dates published by the Marshall Islands government each year.
Public holidays are regulated under the Public Holidays Act of 1988. This act sets the 10 official dates for public holidays. The Act also states that any holiday occurring on a Saturday will be formally acknowledged on the prior Friday and any holiday occurring on a Sunday will be recognised the following Monday.
The Public Holidays Act also provides the government of the Marshall Islands the authority to grant one-time holidays for special events. This authority may also extend to declaring a non-working day in the event of natural disaster.