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* May 1: '''May Day''' or '''Labor Day''', worldwide
 
* May 1: '''May Day''' or '''Labor Day''', worldwide
* May 3: '''Polish Constitution Day''', Most important holiday in [[Poland]].
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* May 3: '''Polish Constitution Day''', Most important holiday in [[Poland]]. There are large parades in Cities with large Polish populations the weekend following the holiday. Cities like [[Chicago]].
 
* May 5: '''Coronation Day''' is a public holiday in [[Thailand]]
 
* May 5: '''Coronation Day''' is a public holiday in [[Thailand]]
 
* May 5: '''Children's Day''' (子供の日 ''Kodomo no hi''), also known as '''Boys' Day''' (端午の節句 ''Tango no Sekku''), [[Japan]]
 
* May 5: '''Children's Day''' (子供の日 ''Kodomo no hi''), also known as '''Boys' Day''' (端午の節句 ''Tango no Sekku''), [[Japan]]

Revision as of 02:14, 7 May 2007

This is a calendar of events and festivals in the month of May.

Contents

Specific dates

Every year

Fixed dates

  • May 1: May Day or Labor Day, worldwide
  • May 3: Polish Constitution Day, Most important holiday in Poland. There are large parades in Cities with large Polish populations the weekend following the holiday. Cities like Chicago.
  • May 5: Coronation Day is a public holiday in Thailand
  • May 5: Children's Day (子供の日 Kodomo no hi), also known as Boys' Day (端午の節句 Tango no Sekku), Japan
  • Until May 5: Golden Week in Japan, an extremely popular time to travel — best avoided as transport and accommodations are often booked solid
  • May 6: international blood donation and free eye check up day worldwide

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