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August 21, 2011

Holidays

African World Festival (Third weekend in August)

Chief Seattle Days (Third weekend in August)

Crow Fair (Third weekend in August)

Daimyo Gyoretsu (Third weekend in August)

Down Home Family Reunion (Third weekend in August)

Indian Market (Third weekend in August)

Klondike Gold Discovery Day (Third weekend in August)

Mohegan Homecoming (Third weekend in August)

Payson Rodeo (Third weekend in August)

Pickle Festival (Third weekend in August)

Three Choirs Festival (Third full week in August)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Youth's DayMorocco
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Makkah, Ramadan 21, 1432, Aug 21, 2011, SPA -- Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz Al Saud received here this evening Head of King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy Dr.
New York (CruiseGuide - Cruising News Asia / Pacific) Aug 21, 2011
New York, Delray Beach (AirGuideBusiness - Aircraft News Latin America / Caribbean) Aug 21, 2011
New York, Geneva (AirGuide - Travel Safety Update Africa / Middle East) Aug 21, 2011
New York, Geneva (CruiseGuide - Cruising News Africa / Middle East) Aug 21, 2011
New York, Geneva (AirGuideBusiness - Aircraft Finance & Leasing News Africa / Middle East) Aug 21, 2011
New York, Delray Beach (AirGuide - Travel Safety Update Latin America / Caribbean) Aug 21, 2011
CARACAS, Ramadan 21, 1432, Aug 21, 2011, SPA -- A Venezuelan government TV channel says President Hugo Chavez is expected to seek approval from lawmakers to return to Cuba for a new round of cancer treatment, AP reported.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Aircraft Supplier & MRO News Asia / Pacific) Aug 21, 2011
New York (AirGuide - Travel Security Update Europe) Aug 21, 2011
New York, Delray Beach (CruiseGuide - Cruising News Latin America / Caribbean) Aug 21, 2011
LA CEIBA, Honduras, Ramadan 21, 1432, Aug 21, 2011, SPA -- A global summit of African descendants has demanded that the United Nations and other world bodies hold permanent forums on improving their communities' economic and social conditions, according to AP.