Upcoming Schedule of Philippine Holidays For 2010

For those looking for the upcoming schedule of holidays here in the Philippines, I have here a list created specially for you! This list of holiday schedule will help you manage your personal schedule in advance. President Gloria M. Arroyo signed this proclamation 1841 recently.

Philippine Holidays Schedule for 2010

New Year’s Day. January 1 – Friday
EDSA Revolution Anniversary. February 25 – Thursday. Moved to February 22 – Monday
Maundy Thursday. April 1 – Thursday
Good Friday. April 2 – Friday
Araw ng Kagitingan. April 9 – Friday
Labor Day. May 1 – Saturday
Presidential Election. May 10 – Monday
Independence Day. June 12 – Saturday. Moved to June 14 – Monday
Ninoy Aquino Day. August 21 – Saturday. Moved to August 23 – Monday
National Heroes’ Day. August 30 – Monday
Eid’l Fitr / Feast of Ramadan. September 10 – Friday (to be confirmed by the Office of Muslim Affairs)
All Saints’ Day. November 1 – Monday
Eid’l Adha / Feast of Breaking Fast. November 16. Tuesday (to be confirmed by the Office of Muslim Affairs)
Bonifacio Day. November 30 – Tuesday. Moved to November 29 – Monday
Additional Special (non-working) day. December 24 – Friday
Christmas Day. December 25 – Saturday
Rizal Day. December 30 – Thursday. Moved to December 27 – Monday
New Year’s Eve. December 31 – Friday

Aside from that, here is a list of long-weekend dates for 2010.

April 1-4. Saturday to Monday (4 days). Holy Week
April 9-11. Friday to Sunday (3 days). Araw ng Kagitingan
June 12-14. Saturday to Monday (3 days). Independence Day
August 21-23. Saturday to Monday (3 days). Ninoy Aquino Day
August 28-30. Saturday to Monday (3 days). National Heroes Day
October 30-November 1. Saturday to Monday (3 days). All Saint’s Day
November 27-29. Saturday to Monday (3 days). Bonifacio Day
December 24-27. Friday to Monday (4 days). Christmas Season and Rizal Day
December 31-January 2. Friday to Sunday (3 days). New Year

 
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