Sunday, July 6, 2014 4:37:19 AM
"The 4th of July is ALWAYS celebrated on the 4th day of July. " Different states may have different culture but, next year, July 4th is a Saturday and Independence Day will be observed on the Friday, July 3rd.
Sunday, July 6, 2014 1:39:10 AM
How can you live in America for some 4 decades but manage to never pay attention?
The 4th of July is ALWAYS celebrated on the 4th day of July. *If* your employer gives you federal holidays off then you get the day off. If it falls on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or a Thursday you don't get a 3-day weekend out of it. If it falls on a Saturday or a Sunday, you get the following Monday off.
Saturday, July 5, 2014 11:58:29 AM
"I'm pretty sure the 4th of July always falls on the fourth day in July lol" People refer to it as "The 4th of July holiday." It`s official name is "Independence Day." It`s trigger date is July 4th but, is not always observed on that date. Next year, it will be observed on July 3rd.