June 13


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June 13

Holidays

Airing the Classics (Sixth day of sixth lunar month) Jun 13, 2013


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

Bowlegs Festival (First full week in June) Jun 13, 2015; Jun 13, 2020


Carberry Day (Friday the 13th) Jun 13, 2014








National Family Month (Second Sunday in May through the third Sunday in June)


Race Unity Day (Second Sunday in June) Jun 13, 2021






Wood Art Festival (Second Sunday in June) Jun 13, 2021

Legal Holidays by Countries

Queen Elizabeth II BirthdayAustralia, Bermuda, Papua New Guinea
Whit MondayAntigua and Barbuda, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Iceland, Republic of Congo
Whitsun MondayAndorra
References in periodicals archive ?
NAWABSHAH -- Different canal of Nasrat Irrigation Division would remain closed till June 13, due to shortage of water, said an announcement issued by Executive Engineer Nasrat Irrigation Division Shaheed Benazirabad.
My Route Exhibition Trail: Saturday, June 13 to Friday, July 10.
During the week ending June 13, 2014, SBP's Liquid FX Reserves increased by $56 million to $8,669 million from $8,613 million in the previous week.
The National Assembly on Thursday also gave legal backing to the collection of the FED on hydraulic cement from June 13, 2013 and collection of sales tax on the basis of printed retail price from June 13.
All Members and Staff at Norris Green British Legion DOOLEY ROBERT, June 13, 2013.
Japanese Ikebana artist Tenkei Nomura is set to visit Qatar from June 13 to 16 on an invitation from the embassy of Japan, in co-operation with the Japan Foundation, as part of his Middle East tour.
WHICKHAM FC's new development team is holding trials on Wednesday, June 13, (6.
Tokyo, Japan, June 13, 2006 - (JCN) - Online market researcher InfoPlant announced on June 13 the results of a survey on tooth brushing.
The winners will be announced at the REBNY Retail Committee's annual cocktail party on Tuesday, June 13, 2006 at the 101 Club.
West, who allegedly offered City Hall jobs to men he'd met in a gay chat room, was allowed to proceed by a local judge on June 13.
A Judsonia man who died after eating at Sir Loin's Inn in North Little Rock was not the victim of contaminated oysters, as was incorrectly reported in Arkansas Business on June 13.