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April 30

Holidays

Administrative Professionals Week (Last full week of April)

Arbor Day (Last Friday in April) Apr 30, 2021
Celebrated in: Nebraska

Butter and Egg Days (First weekend after last Wednesday in April) Apr 30, 2011; Apr 30, 2016; Apr 30, 2017; Apr 30, 2022; Apr 30, 2023


Feast of Ridvan (April 21-May 2)

First Monday Trade Days (Thursday through Sunday before first Monday of each month) Apr 30, 2011; Apr 30, 2015; Apr 30, 2016; Apr 30, 2020; Apr 30, 2021; Apr 30, 2022

Floralia (April 27-May 3)



Landsgemeinde (Last Sunday of April) Apr 30, 2017; Apr 30, 2023





Shad Festival (Last full weekend in April) Apr 30, 2017; Apr 30, 2023



Uesugi Matsuri (April 29-May 3)




World's Biggest Fish Fry (Last full week in April)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Good FridayCyprus, Lebanon
Saigon Liberation DayVietnam

Legal Holidays in United States

Arbor DayNebraska
Confederate Memorial DayMississippi
Holidays, Festivals, and Celebrations of the World Dictionary, Fourth Edition. © 2010 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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Fireworks were used to celebrate George Washington's inauguration as the first President of USA on April 30, 1789. ( ANI )
The country's first inaugural ceremony took place at Federal Hall in New York on April 30, 1789. At 9:00 a.m.
Today's Highlight in History: On April 30, 1789, George Washington took the oath of office in New York as the first president of the United States.
New York Chancellor Robert Livingston inaugurated President Washington on April 30, 1789 on the balcony of Federal Hall in New York City.
After taking the oath of office on April 30, 1789, on the balcony of the Senate Chamber at Federal Hall on Wall Street, in New York City, Washington addressed a joint session of both houses of Congress inside the Senate Chamber.
Just before noon on April 30, 1789, George Washington made his way through the crowded streets of New York City to Federal Hall where he placed his right hand on a Bible and repeated the following words inscribed in the U.S.
George Washington's first inauguration, however, wasn't until April 30, 1789. The ballots for presidential candidates must be counted in the presence of Congress, and only twenty-four (out of fifty-nine) Congressmen were present on March 4 when that counting was to occur.
I asked: "Who is the only woman to have appeared on a US banknote?" The answer is Martha Washington, who was First Lady of the United States from April 30, 1789, until March 4, 1797.
He took the oath of office April 30, 1789 at New York's Federal Hail.
He was inaugurated on the balcony of the Senate chamber at the Federal Building on Wall Street in New York City and served from April 30, 1789, until March 4, 1797.