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February 1

Holidays


Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon (First week in February) Feb 1, 2015

Cross-Quarter Days (February 1, May 1, August 1, November 1)

Dinagyang (Last weekend in January) Feb 1, 2015

Finnish Sliding Festival (First weekend in February) Feb 1, 2014; Feb 1, 2020

First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Feb 1, 2013; Feb 1, 2014; Feb 1, 2015; Feb 1, 2018; Feb 1, 2019; Feb 1, 2020

Gable Birthday Celebration (Saturday nearest February 1) Feb 1, 2014; Feb 1, 2020

Harbin Ice and Snow Festival (January 5-February 4)

Homstrom (First Sunday in February) Feb 1, 2015

Ice Worm Festival (First full weekend in February) Feb 1, 2014; Feb 1, 2020



Nombre de Jesús (February 1-15)



St. Paul Winter Carnival (Last week of January to first week of February)


Yaya Matsuri (February 1-8)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Heroes' DayRwanda
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February 1, 2011 (UNITED STATES): The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced that it recently warned Wall Street that al-Qa'ida may be plotting an attack against financial institutions.
February 1, 2011 (IRAQ): Gunmen armed with silencers killed an Iraqi National Intelligence official in his car near Taji, Salah al-Din Province.
January 30: Employees told "it didn't look good" for paychecks due February 1 but they would definitely be ready by February 3.
Born between January 27 1952 - February 13 1953, February 13 1964 - February 1 1965, January 31 1976 - 17 February 1977, February 17 1988 - February 5 1989, February 5 200 -January 23 2001.
Born between January 22 1947 - February 9 1948, February 8 1959 - January 27 1960, January 27 1971 - February 14 1972, February 13 1983 - February 1 1984, January 31 1995 - February 18 1996.
The bourgeois show" - Social structures in urban space Through February 1
One day later, on February 1 as the period opened, the Federal Reserve discount rate was reduced 50 basis points to 6 percent, and the federal funds rate also moved down 50 basis points.
Nasdaq:FTUS) today announced that sales for the four-week period ended February 1, 2003 were $24.
Sales for the thirteen weeks ended February 1, 2003 totaled $155.
Sales for the fifty-two weeks ended February 1, 2003 totaled $535.
BUSINESS WIRE)--February 12, 1997--The Penn Traffic Company announced today that revenues for the fourth quarter ended February 1, 1997 (13 weeks) were approximately $815 million, a decrease of 14.
Revenues for the 52-week period ended February 1, 1997 were approximately $3.