Traditionally, January starts with a day off. January 1 - New Year (Friday), January 2 and 3 – days off. January 7 – Christmas (Thursday), so Friday, January 8 would also be a day off. That is, we have four days off, but at the same time, on January 8, we will work on Saturday, January 16.
We will celebrate the next public holiday in spring. March 8 – International Women's Day. This is Monday and will be an official day off. Let's start May with four weekends in a row. May 1 – Labor Day, it remains a public holiday and falls on Saturday, respectively, will be postponed to Tuesday, May 4. On May 2 we will celebrate Easter, which falls on Sunday, and therefore the day off is postponed to May 4, Tuesday. May 9 – Day of Victory over Nazism in World War II, an official holiday that falls on Sunday in 2021 and is also postponed. May 10, Monday, will also be a day off.
In the summer, we will celebrate three public holidays. June 20 – Trinity, it's Sunday, so Monday, June 21 will also be a day off. June 28 – Constitution Day of Ukraine (Monday). And since this is an official holiday, it will be a non-working day. August 24 – Independence Day. We will celebrate the main holiday of the country on Tuesday. Therefore, it was decided to make Monday, August 23, a day off, which will have to work on Saturday, August 28.
In October, we have 4 weekends in a row. October 14 – Day of Defenders of Ukraine, it falls on Thursday. In this regard, Friday, October 15, will also be a day off, but it will have to be worked on Saturday, October 23.
December 25 – Christmas for Western Christians. In 2021, it coincides with a day off, Saturday, so it will be postponed to Monday, December 27, which will also be a day off.
Other significant holidays and memorable dates.
January 14 - Old New Year
January 19 - Epiphany
January 22 - Day of Unity and Freedom of Ukraine
January 27 - International Holocaust Remembrance Day
January 29 – Remembrance Day of Kruty Heroes
February 14 – Valentine's Day
February 15 – Day of honoring participants in hostilities on the territory of other states
February 15 – Presentation of the Lord
March 8-14 - Pancake Week
March 14 – the beginning of Lent
April 1 - April Fool's Day
April 12 - World Aviation and Astronautics Day
April 26 - International Day of Remembrance of Radiation Accidents and Disasters
May 8-9 - Days of Remembrance and Reconciliation, dedicated to the victims of World War II
May 9 - Mother's Day
May 15 - Europe Day
May 30 - Kyiv Day
May 31 - World No Tobacco Day
June 1 – Children's Day
June 22 – Day of mourning and honoring the memory of the victims of the war in Ukraine
June 27 – Youth Day
July 25 – Day of the Ukrainian Navy
August 23 – Day of the State Flag of Ukraine
1 September is the day of knowledge
October 3 – Education Worker Day
October 14 – Day of the Ukrainian Cossacks
November 17 – Student's Day
November 22 – Freedom Day
November 27 – Day of Victims of Holodomors
December 6 – Day of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
December 14 – Day of honoring the participants in the liquidation of the consequences of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant
December 19 – St. Nicholas Day
We have gathered only the main holidays and memorable dates, while still are there professional, church, and name days...