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April 29

Holidays

Administrative Professionals Week (Last full week of April)

Arbor Day (Last Friday in April) Apr 29, 2011; Apr 29, 2016; Apr 29, 2022
Celebrated in: Nebraska

Butter and Egg Days (First weekend after last Wednesday in April) Apr 29, 2012; Apr 29, 2017; Apr 29, 2018; Apr 29, 2023


Feast of Ridvan (April 21-May 2)

First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Apr 29, 2011; Apr 29, 2016; Apr 29, 2021; Apr 29, 2022

Floralia (April 27-May 3)

Greenery Day
Celebrated in: Japan


Landsgemeinde (Last Sunday of April) Apr 29, 2012; Apr 29, 2018

Maryland Hunt Cup (Last Saturday in April) Apr 29, 2017; Apr 29, 2023




Uesugi Matsuri (April 29-May 3)



World's Biggest Fish Fry (Last full week in April)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Easter MondayCyprus
Good FridayCyprus, Lebanon
Orthodox Easter MondayRomania
Queen's BirthdayNetherlands
Showa DayJapan
Store BededagDenmark

Legal Holidays in United States

Arbor DayNebraska
Confederate Memorial DayMississippi
References in periodicals archive ?
Phillips filed the first qui tam lawsuit under the amended False Claims Act on April 29, 1987, six months after the law was enacted.
She had not attended an official event since the 86th birthday celebration for Emperor Hirohito, posthumously known as Emperor Showa, on April 29, 1987, about 20 months before his death.
Carl "Spitz" Channell: The first person brought to justice in the affair, Channell pleaded guilty on April 29, 1987, to a single charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States by improperly using a tax-exempt organization to buy arms for the contras.
Under the option (which was offered to nonunion employees in 1987), union members who were on the payroll on April 29, 1987 and who attained age 58 and 10 years of service any time in 1987 could retire at unreduced pension rates.
She had not attended an official event since the 86th birthday celebration for Emperor Hirohito, on April 29, 1987, about 20 months before his death.