July 5

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July 5


Boston Pops (First week in May through middle of July)

Caricom Day (On or near July 4) Jul 5, 2021
Celebrated in: Guyana

Dog Days (July 3-August 11)

Fillmore Jazz Festival (Weekend closest to Independence Day) Jul 5, 2014; Jul 5, 2015; Jul 5, 2020

First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Jul 5, 2013; Jul 5, 2014; Jul 5, 2015; Jul 5, 2019; Jul 5, 2020

'Ksan Celebrations (Friday evenings in July and August) Jul 5, 2013; Jul 5, 2019

Montreal Jazz Festival (Last weekend in June through first week in July)

Ommegang (First Thursday in July and the previous Tuesday) Jul 5, 2012; Jul 5, 2018

Venezuela Independence Day (July 5; April 19)

Zambia Heroes Day (First Monday in July) Jul 5, 2021

Legal Holidays by Countries

Caricom DayGuyana
Constitution DayArmenia
Heroes' DayZambia
Independence DayAlgeria, Cape Verde
National DayVenezuela
Sts. Cyril and Methodius DayCzech Republic, Slovakia
Unity DayZambia
References in periodicals archive ?
Newport Beach-based Dorothy Larson was featured in a July 5 blog on the Orange County Register website .
31 at the Arrowhead Pond and Ozzfest July 5 at Hyundai Pavilion at Glen Helen.
But for every Van's Warped Tour, All Tomorrow's Parties and Hootenanny (where on July 5 the Stray Cats reunite) there are even more solo tours.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Susan Waters about the Orange County bankruptcy July 5 .
The release on July 5 of the employment report for June, in particular, showed an unexpected drop in employment.
The final show is scheduled for Friday, July 5 on the West Shore in Homewood, California.
There's also the American Bluegrass and Blues Festival, scheduled for Friday, July 5 to Saturday, July 6, at Squaw Valley USA.
July 5 - 2nd stage: Challans to Saint-Nazaire (Tom Steels, Belgium; Kirsipuu)
Reneaux - will tell stories and there will be a July 5 barbecue a6nd July 6 picnic.
Les Ballets Grandiva, July 5, Hokkaido Kosei Nenkin Kaikan
Hootenanny '97 (Chuck Berry, Scotty Moore & DJ Fontana, Steve Earle, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy); July 5, Oak Canyon Ranch, Irvine.
July 4 and noon July 5 at McIver Arena off Highway 267 between Truckee and Lake Tahoe.