Proclamation No. 789: August 12, 2019 is a Regular Holiday (Eid’l Adha)

A big announcement was made yesterday to answer the many questions sent to us this past few days. The confusion from readers and followers has ended about whether August 12 is a holiday or not. With the release of the Proclamation No. 789 by the President of the Philippines Rodrigo R. Duterte, a long weekend […]

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PENDING: No holiday proclamation yet from Malacañang for August 12

The Office of the Executive Secretary will be the one to release the proclamation on declaring August 12 a holiday. This is in relation to the celebration of Eid’l Adha or Feast of Sacrifice of the Muslim festivities this coming Monday. PENDING: No holiday proclamation yet from Malacañang for August 12 The Malacañang Palace will […]

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August 2019 Holidays in Cebu: 4 to date and a long holiday weekend

A long list of possible public holidays in Cebu is on its way as the month of August 2019 will be the celebration of the Founding Anniversary of the province. This year, three (3) public holidays are set on the calendar in the country (one being for final confirmation) and added another one day holiday […]

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LONG WEEKEND: September 1, 2017 declared a holiday in observance of Eid’l Adha

Another long weekend is coming this week. Last Tuesday, August 29, 2017, President Duterte signed Proclamation No. 297. The Malacañan Palace has declared September 1, 2017, which falls on a Friday, as regular holiday nationwide in observance of Eid’l Adha or the Muslim Feast of Sacrifice. September 1, 2017, declared a holiday in observance of […]

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A very long weekend for Cebu, September 12 also a holiday to celebrate Eid’l Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)

With our very recent post today on September 9 being a non-working holiday in the province of Cebu to honor former Cebu Governor and late President of the Philippines, Sergio Osmena, Sr., the PROCLAMATION NO. 56 , s. 2016 was also announced earlier that September 12 is also a holiday for the Eid’l Adha (Feast […]

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