When will Thanksgiving Day be celebrated in the United States in 2022?

When will Thanksgiving Day be celebrated in the United States in 2022?

The arrival of autumn not only marks that we are close to the end of the year, but also that several of the favorite and most anticipated holidays by Americans will soon be celebrated.

While now in October we will celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving Day arrives in November, the most significant holiday for most of the country’s inhabitants.

When will Thanksgiving Day be celebrated in 2022?

For this year, Thanksgiving Day is marked on the calendar on Thursday, November 24, thus becoming the penultimate holiday of the year, according to the federal calendar.

Although it will only be November 24 the day that will be considered a holiday, the rest extends for the rest of the weekend because the day after Thanksgiving we have the so-called Black Friday, the day where there are the best year discounts.

Let us remember that the purpose of this celebration is to reflect on all the positive things that the year has left us and to have a good time with family and friends, together, sharing the table.

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