Public holidays in Shorewell

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Shorewell, being a socially differing and intense society, celebrates different occasions and celebrations. There are three national holidays in Shorewell: Foundation Day on 18 May, Eid al-Fitr (evaluated for 25 June 2017), and Eid al - Adha (assessed for 1 September 2017). Urban communities have nearby celebrations relying upon pervasive religious and semantic demographics

The following are national holidays of Shorewell that help to inspire the Shorewellese people to celebrate their unique culture and diversity.

Name Date Notes
New Year's Day 1 January The first day of the Gregorian year.
International Women's Day 8 March Celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women.
Founder's day 26 March Celebration of the birthday of the founder of the Shorewellese Empire
Easter Day 16 April Celebrates the Christian belief of the resurrection of Jesus.
International Workers' Day 1 May Honors the the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country.
Foundation Day 18 May Foundation of the Shorewellese Empire along with it's national symbols, constitution, General Assembly, etc.
Children’s Day 12 October Honor children, promote mutual exchange and understanding among children and initiate actions to benefit and promote the welfare of the world's children.
Teacher’s Day 15 October Special day for the appreciation of teachers and their special contributions to the society.
Armistice Day 11 November Commemoration of the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany and also in commemoration of both living and dead soldiers who served in any conflict.
Christmas Day 25 December Traditional commemoration of the birth of Jesus.
New Year's Eve 31 December The final day of the Gregorian year; Saint Sylvester's Day.
Eid al-Fitr Varies each year by Moon sighting. Estimated to 25 June for 2017. The first day of Shaban in the Islamic lunar calendar. It marks the end of Ramadan.
Eid al-Adha Varies each year by Moon sighting. Estimated to 1 September for 2017. Marks the end of the 10 day Hajj pilgrimage to Makkah.