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March 1

Holidays

Alahamady Be (First new moon in March) Mar 1, 2014

American Birkebeiner (Last weekend in February) Mar 1, 2015; Mar 1, 2020

Ayyam-i-Ha (February 25-March 1)

Bal du Rat Mort (First Saturday in March) Mar 1, 2014

Birthday of the Goddess of Mercy (March-April, 19th day of third lunar month; October-November, 19th day of 10th lunar month) Mar 1, 2021

Bridge Crossing Jubilee (First weekend in March) Mar 1, 2014


Drymiais (March 1-3)

First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Mar 1, 2012; Mar 1, 2013; Mar 1, 2014; Mar 1, 2015; Mar 1, 2018; Mar 1, 2019; Mar 1, 2020

Fisher Poets Gathering (Three-day weekend in late February) Mar 1, 2015; Mar 1, 2020

Jonquil Festival (First weekend in March) Mar 1, 2014



Marzas (February 28-March 1)


Motorcycle Week (First week in March) Mar 1, 2015; Mar 1, 2020

Omizutori Matsuri (March 1-14)


Samil-jol
Celebrated in: South Korea


Town Meeting Day (First Tuesday of March) Mar 1, 2011; Mar 1, 2016; Mar 1, 2022
Celebrated in: Vermont


Legal Holidays by Countries

Heroes' DayParaguay
Independence Movement DaySouth Korea
Nuclear Victims' Memorial DayMarshall Islands

Legal Holidays in United States

Town Meeting DayVermont
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"We chose the bridge because that's where African Americans marched for housing and other civil rights in the '60s," said Ortiz, leader of Voces de la Frontera, the immigrant worker center that staged the May 1 march in Milwaukee.
We carried a replica of the Virgen de Guadalupe in both the March and May 1 marches" says Martinez, adding "She appeared and still appears as a relief from oppression--for everyone, not just Mexicanos." In Milwaukee and elsewhere, progressives would do well to remember that the Virgen is not just the Queen of Mexico, she is also considered by Catholics to be the Empress of the Americas--including the United States, which more and more resembles and is connected to left-leaning Latin America both culturally and politically.