Andaster is Christian holidays not recognized as a federal holiday. However, the Friday before Easter, known as good fridayand the Monday after Easter are celebrated, despite not being considered a real holiday.
“Christian tradition sets the holiday on the first Sunday after the first full moon on or after the vernal equinox, the beginning of spring,” said Dinah Yellin.
“It’s a sip, but the result is that Easter can drop anywhere from March 22 to April 25.”
“This year, the first spring full moon—the Easter full moon, as Christians call it—falls on Saturday, April 16, pushing Easter back 17th. This is the first Easter on this day since 1960 and the last since 2019, when the holiday fell on April 21st.”
Many shops and services will remain open during the Easter weekend.
Easter falls on Sunday, April 17. Whether you are planning to go egg hunting or not, you should know what offices and businesses are available on Sunday.
Open a business for Easter:
-Banks: Wells Fargo and Bank of America do not celebrate or recognize Easter as a holiday. However, many branches are closed on Sundays.
-Post service: USPS continues to operate on Easter and Good Friday. Expect regular service from the US Postal Service.
No, some of their offices are closed on Sundays.
Government agencies: Government buildings and federal courthouses are open because neither Good Friday nor Easter is considered a holiday.
Not one, few statements recognize Good Friday as a holiday.
Stock markets: The stock market is closed on weekends.
National parks: The vast majority of national parks will be open on Sunday. However, check opening hours before planning your trip.
Trash: Some garbage and recycling collections may be delayed or rescheduled due to Easter.