American Indian Heritage Day

American Indian Heritage Day, or Native American Heritage Day, is a civil holiday observed in several states in the United States.

The holiday is to recognize and celebrate the cultures and contributions of Indigenous people to their homeland and for their passion in keeping American Indian culture and history.

American Indian Heritage Day is observed on different dates in different states.

  • Alabama: American Indian Heritage Day is a public holiday in the state of Alabama, and it falls on the second Monday in October each year.
HolidayDateWeekday
American Indian Heritage DayOctober 12, 2020Monday
American Indian Heritage DayOctober 11, 2021Monday
American Indian Heritage DayOctober 10, 2022Monday
American Indian Heritage DayOctober 09, 2023Monday
American Indian Heritage DayOctober 14, 2024Monday
  • Maryland and Washington: American Indian Heritage Day is a public holiday in the states of Maryland and Washington, and it falls on Friday after Thanksgiving each year.
HolidayDateWeekday
American Indian Heritage DayNovember 27, 2020Friday
American Indian Heritage DayNovember 26, 2021Friday
American Indian Heritage DayNovember 25, 2022Friday
American Indian Heritage DayNovember 24, 2023Friday
American Indian Heritage DayNovember 29, 2024Friday
  • Montana and Texas: American Indian Heritage Day is an observed holiday in the states of Montana and Texas, and it falls on last Friday in September of each year.
HolidayDateWeekday
American Indian Heritage DaySeptember 25, 2020Friday
American Indian Heritage DaySeptember 24, 2021Friday
American Indian Heritage DaySeptember 30, 2022Friday
American Indian Heritage DaySeptember 29, 2023Friday
American Indian Heritage DaySeptember 27, 2024Friday

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