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June 24


Airing the Classics (Sixth day of sixth lunar month) Jun 24, 2012

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

Festival of American Folklife (Last weekend in June to first weekend in July) Jun 24, 2017; Jun 24, 2023

Fyr-BÜl Fest (Weekend nearest June 21) Jun 24, 2012; Jun 24, 2018

Idaho Regatta (Last weekend in June) Jun 24, 2017; Jun 24, 2023

Jizo Ennichi (24th day of each month)

Keller Festival (Last weekend in June) Jun 24, 2017; Jun 24, 2023

Kiel Week (Last full week in June)

Kingdom Days (Last weekend in June) Jun 24, 2017; Jun 24, 2023

Kuhio Day (Monday on or near March 26)

Kupalo Festival (June 24; Midsummer's day and night)

Ladouvane (December 31; June 24)

Montreal Jazz Festival (Last weekend in June through first week in July) Jun 24, 2017; Jun 24, 2023

St. John's Eve and Day (June 23-24)
Celebrated in: Latvia

Svenskarnas Dag (Fourth Sunday in June) Jun 24, 2012; Jun 24, 2018

Verdur Rock (Last weekend of June) Jun 24, 2017; Jun 24, 2023

Legal Holidays by Countries

Battle of Carabobo DayVenezuela
Midsummer's DayEstonia
St. John's DayLithuania
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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The JPY61bn (USD668.5m/EUR540.4m) series 22 bonds mature on 24 June 2015, JPY47bn series 23 bonds -- on 24 June 2020, whereas the JPY22bn series 24 bonds are due on 24 June 2025.
The Finnish housing and real-estate company VVO-yhtyma Oyj reported on Thursday (24 June) an operating profit of EUR28.3m on turnover of EUR112m for the financial period January-April 2004.
The Swiss-Swedish power and automation technology group ABB said on Thursday (24 June) that it had agreed to outsource its IT operations in Sweden to Capgemini Sverige AB.
Global Banking News - 24 June 2008(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
A Swedish court is expected to make a decision on whether there is reason or not to hand Jonsson over to the Greek authorities today (24 June), reported the Swedish news service TT.
The Swedish fashion company Retail and Brands AB (rnb) issued on Thursday (24 June) its report for the third quarter of the financial year 2003/2004, posting an operating profit of SEK6.3m, as compared to a loss of SEK2.8m in the corresponding period a year earlier.
The Norwegian drilling rigs operator Petrolia Drilling ASA said on Thursday (24 June) that it had decided not to undertake a NOK217m new shares issue.
The Norwegian centralised IT operating services provider TeleComputing ASA said on Thursday (24 June) that it had received a five-year outsourcing contract from the Norwegian refugee council Flyktningeradet.
Finnish paper industry company UPM-Kymmene Corporation said on Thursday (24 June) that a Finnish district court had rejected Finnish mining company Paljakka Gold's claim for compensation against UPM-Kymmene.
Finnish IT company TJ Group Plc said on Thursday (24 June) that the company and its main owners had agreed on a credit limit of EUR2m on market terms.