2015 Holiday List
|January 01 [Thursday]||New Year's Day (A/M)|
|January 19 [Monday]||Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday (Third Monday) (A)|
|February 02 [Monday**]||Anniversary of Mexican Constitution (First Monday) (M)|
|February 16 [Monday]||Presidents Day (Third Monday) (A)|
|March 16 [Monday**]||Benito Juarez's Birthday (Third Monday) (M)|
|April 02 [Thursday]||Holy Thursday (M)|
|April 03 [Friday]||Holy Friday (M)|
|May 01 [Friday]||Mexican Labor Day (M)|
|May 05 [Tuesday]||Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla (M)|
|May 10 [Sunday]||Mother's Day (M)|
|May 25 [Monday]||Memorial Day (Last Monday) (A)|
|July 03 [Friday]||U.S. Independence Day (A)|
|September 07 [Monday]||U.S. Labor Day (First Monday) (A)|
|September 16 [Wednesday]||Mexican Idependence Day (M)|
|October 12 [Monday]||Columbus Day (Second Monday) (A)|
|November 02 [Monday]||All Soul's Day (M)|
|November 11 [Wednesday]||Veterans Day (A)|
|November 16 [Monday**]||Anniversary of the Mexican Revolution (Third Monday) (M)|
|November 26 [Thursday]||Thanksgiving Day (Fourth Thursday) (A)|
|December 25 [Friday]||Christmas Day (A/M)|
* In accordance with U.S. law, American holidays falling on Saturday will be observed on Friday and those falling on Sunday will be observed on Monday.
** In accordance with Article 74 of the Mexican federal labor law, these holidays will be observed on Monday.
All other Mexican holidays falling on weekends are not observed on the preceding Friday or subsequent Monday.