The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (commonly known as Rhode Island) is geographically the smallest state in the United States, and the state with the longest official name. Rhode (pronounced "Road") Island is part of the New England region, and was one of the thirteen original American colonies that declared independence against British rule to begin the American Revolution.
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January Jan 1 New Year's Day Jan 13 Stephen Foster Memorial Day Jan 20 Martin Luther King Day Jan 29 Kansas Day Jan 31 Chinese New Year
February Feb 1 National Freedom Day Feb 2 Groundhog Day Feb 14 Valentine's Day Feb 17 Presidents' Day
March Mar 1 St. David's Day Mar 3 Read Across America Day Mar 4 Shrove Tuesday/Mardi Gras Mar 17 St. Patrick's Day Mar 20 March equinox
April Apr 6 National Tartan Day Apr 13 Thomas Jefferson's Birthday Apr 15 Tax Day Apr 20 Easter Sunday Apr 23 Administrative Professionals Day
May May 1 Law Day May 1 Loyalty Day May 1 National Day of Prayer May 5 Cinco de Mayo May 6 National Nurses Day May 11 Mothers' Day May 15 Peace Officers Memorial Day May 16 National Defense Transportation Day May 17 Armed Forces Day May 21 Emergency Medical Services for Children Day May 22 Harvey Milk Day (California) May 22 National Maritime Day May 25 National Missing Children's Day May 26 Memorial Day May 26 Jefferson Davis Birthday (Mississippi)
June Jun 3 Jefferson Davis Birthday (Florida) Jun 6 D-Day Jun 14 Flag Day Jun 15 Fathers' Day Jun 21 June Solstice
July Jul 4 Independence Day Jul 27 Parents' Day
August Aug 19 National Aviation Day Aug 21 Senior Citizens Day
September Sep 1 Labor Day Sep 6 Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day Sep 7 National Grandparents Day Sep 11 Patriot Day Sep 17 Constitution Day and Citizenship Day Sep 19 National POW/MIA Recognition Day Sep 22 September equinox Sep 28 Gold Star Mother's Day
October Oct 6 Child Health Day Oct 9 Leif Erikson Day Oct 13 Columbus Day (Most regions) Oct 15 White Cane Safety Day Oct 16 Boss's Day Oct 23 Diwali/Deepavali Oct 31 Halloween
November Nov 11 Veterans Day Nov 27 Thanksgiving Day
December Dec 1 Cyber Monday Dec 6 St Nicholas' Day Dec 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Dec 12 Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Dec 17 Wright Brothers Day Dec 17 Pan American Aviation Day Dec 21 December Solstice Dec 25 Christmas Day Dec 26 Kwanzaa (until Jan 1) Dec 31 New Year's Eve