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Company Holiday Calendar

Stop tracking down this year’s holiday dates manually and entering them into your company calendar one by one.
Create your company holiday calendar once and let Google fill in the dates every year after!
The Holidays table is a list of your company holidays. After you pull in your Google Calendar Holidays sync table, you need to make sure that your’s are typed the same way as Google. The best way to do this is find the corresponding holiday in the sync table, copy the summary, and paste it as the holiday name in the table below. You should then see the matching “Calendar Entries” pulled in from the Google Calendar.
For a company holiday calendar, your co-workers can Cross-doc either of these tables into any company docs where they might want a list of Holidays. They can also use this list to avoid sending bot messages on holidays by using this trick:
Holidays
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Holiday
Dates
Calendar Entries
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New Year's Day
1/1/20231/2/2023
New Year's Day
New Year's Day (substitute)
2
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
1/16/2023
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
3
Presidents' Day
2/20/2023
Presidents' Day
4
Memorial Day
5/29/2023
Memorial Day
5
Juneteenth
6/19/20226/20/2022
Juneteenth
Juneteenth (substitute)
6
Independence Day
7/4/2022
Independence Day
7
Labor Day
9/5/2022
Labor Day
8
Indigenous Peoples' Day
10/10/2022
Indigenous Peoples' Day
9
Veterans Day
11/11/2022
Veterans Day
10
Thanksgiving Day
11/24/2022
Thanksgiving Day
11
Native American Heritage Day
11/25/2022
Native American Heritage Day
12
Christmas Eve
12/24/2022
Christmas Eve
13
Christmas Day
12/25/202212/26/2022
Christmas Day
Christmas Day (substitute)
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Holidays - Dates List
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Dates List
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Work Holidays
6/19/20226/20/20227/4/20229/5/202210/10/202211/11/202211/24/202211/25/202212/24/202212/25/202212/26/20221/1/20231/2/20231/16/20232/20/20235/29/2023
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