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March 2

Holidays

Alahamady Be (First new moon in March) Mar 2, 2022

Bal du Rat Mort (First Saturday in March) Mar 2, 2013; Mar 2, 2019


Drymiais (March 1-3)


First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Mar 2, 2012; Mar 2, 2013; Mar 2, 2014; Mar 2, 2017; Mar 2, 2018; Mar 2, 2019; Mar 2, 2023





Omizutori Matsuri (March 1-14)


Town Meeting Day (First Tuesday of March) Mar 2, 2021
Celebrated in: Vermont

Legal Holidays by Countries

Adwa Victory DayEthiopia
Declaration of Jamahiriya DayLibya
Peasants' DayMyanmar

Legal Holidays in United States

Texas Independence DayTexas
Town Meeting DayVermont
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Funeral service to which all friends are welcome at Woodside Crematorium, Paisley on Friday 2nd March 2018 at 3pm.
Would family and friends please meet for the funeral service at Tynemouth Crematorium on Friday 2nd March at 3pm.
Funeral service and cremation to be held on Friday 2nd March at Anfield Crematorium at 1.20pm.
The funeral will take place on Friday 2nd March at Oakley Wood Crematorium, Leamington Spa at 12:00 noon.
Funeral service to take place on Friday 2nd March at 1:45pm in Darlington Crematorium.
Funeral service will be held at Falkirk Crematorium, on Friday, 2nd March 2018 at 10.00 am to which all friends are respectfully invited.
The channel launches at 07:30pm on 2nd March and will be available only on Channel 632 on eLife.
The company encountered a similar brief crash on 2nd March
The Festival began on the 2nd March with its nationwide education and community programmes.
Due to installation of Power Transformer at 132 KV Rehman Baba Grid Station on 26th February from 9 AM to 2nd March 9 PM, during this period consumers of 11 kv Akhun Abad & Pandu Road II feeders will partially affected and extra load shedding will be carried out along with routine load shedding.
The Grammy Award winner will appear at the Oscars for the first time on 2nd March.
The 19X19 meters white peace dove, with a design that follows the UAE's national colours highlighting the UAE's stature as a peace-loving country, is rising at the Burj Khalifa complex, was sponsored by Emr Properties and is spearheaded by Iraqi extreme sportsman Captain Fareed Lafta, 33, a goodwill ambassador and peace-campaigner who roped in Dubai school children from 2nd March to build the dove over seven days.