January 31

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January 31


Bok Kai Festival (Usually February or March; second day of second month of Chinese lunar year) Jan 31, 2014

Dinagyang (Last weekend in January) Jan 31, 2015; Jan 31, 2016; Jan 31, 2021

First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Jan 31, 2013; Jan 31, 2014; Jan 31, 2015; Jan 31, 2019; Jan 31, 2020

Gable Birthday Celebration (Saturday nearest February 1) Jan 31, 2015

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)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Independence DayNauru
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Service at Warriston Crematorium, Lorimer Chapel, Edinburgh on Saturday 31st January at 12.
And with the latest offer from Barrhead Travel, you can make your holiday even more memorable, thanks to the added value you'll receive if you book your P&O Cruise with them before 31st January 2015, because you'll receive double on-board spend on selected sailings - compliments of P&O Cruises.
A celebration of Ian's life will be held at St Andrew's Church, Benton on Saturday 31st January at 2pm.
The road will be closed from 9pm on Saturday 31st January - 6am on Monday 2nd February 2015 or until the works have been completed and there is no longer a danger to the public.
Saturdays 31st January, 7th, 28th February, 21st, 28th March 2015, 11th April 2015.
The Westpac Banking Corporation (ASX: WBC) officially launched an In-Store banking outlet at Leona Farm, Solomon Islands, on 31st January.
Funeral will be at Thornton Crematorium on 31st January at 12.
The Commission has completed its work and presented its report to me on 31st January this year.
PNN On Thursday 31st January, Hebrew-language broadcast said that Britain and France are planning to propose a new political initiative to re-launch the Palestinian-Israeli peace talks.
The funeral service will be held at Worcester Crematorium on Thursday 31st January at 10:30am.
The Kingdom saw a number of successes in the last few months of 2011 as financial institutions such Notz Stucki and Altaira Middle East have set up in the Kingdom, increasing the number of institutions registered in the country to 415 as of 31st January.
The event which took place at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre (DICEC) from 31st January -- 2nd February 2012 attracted than 28,000 visitors and participants.