January 26

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January 26


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

Mozart Week (Last week in January)

National Cowboy Poetry Gathering (Last week in January)

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

Up-Helly-Aa (Last Tuesday in January) Jan 26, 2016; Jan 26, 2021

Legal Holidays by Countries

Birthday of Juan Pablo DuarteDominican Republic
NRM Anniversary DayUganda
Republic DayIndia
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MORGAN HETTY MARION 24/01/1932 - 26/01/2018 Passed away peacefully on the 26th January at Ty Coch Nursing Home.
On 26th January aged 84 years, Arthur, dearly loved husband of Edna, a dear father of Lynn and partner John, a dear brother of Ann and the late George.
A notice was sent to the european journal regarding this opportunity on 26th january 2018.
An Exhibition is also being inaugurated on the 26th January 2018 to commemorate this ceremonial occasion and showcase the relics besides afford a glimpse into the widespread impact for modernisation of the country and as a catalyst of the economy," read an official note.
ISLAMABAD -- Miseries of the people have increased manifold as the Indian troops and police personnel have geared up surprise frisking and checking across the Kashmir Valley in the name of so-called security measures ahead of India's Republic Day on Friday, 26th January.
Summary: Apple hasannouncedthat pre-orders for HomePod will begin on 26th January with units set to begin shipping on 9th February.
Funeral service, to which all family and friends are welcome, at Woodside Crematorium on Friday 26th January at 3pm.
KARACHI -- The University of Karachi has extended the date for submission of online enrollment form and fees for Bachelors and Masters Morning Program Admissions up to 26th January, 2018.
Funeral service will take place on Friday 26th January at Falkirk Crematorium at 2.
Would all friends and family please meet at West Road Crematorium on Friday 26th January at 11.
MICKY BARTLETT: TYPICAL Friday 26th January, 8pm Studio Theatre, Lisburn Micky's hit 30 and he's unapologetically taking on the big issues: racism, sexism, his doctor telling him to avoid dairy.