New Year’s Day 1 January

Independence Day (Nepriklausomybės diena) 16 February; anniversary of 1918 independence declaration

Lithuanian Independence Restoration Day 11 March

Easter Sunday March/April

Easter Monday March/April

International Labour Day 1 May

Mothers’ Day First Sunday in May

Fathers' Day First Sunday in June

Feast of St John (Midsummer) 24 June

Statehood Day 6 July; commemoration of coronation of Grand Duke Mindaugas in the 13th century

Assumption of Blessed Virgin 15 August

All Saints’ Day 1 November

Christmas (Kalėdos) 25 and 26 December

Feature: Celebration Days

Along with official public holidays, Lithuania celebrates such days as the Day of the Lithuanian Flag (1 January), St Casimir’s Day (4 March), Partisans’ Day (late May), Black Ribbon Day (23 August) and the Genocide Day of Lithuanian Jews (23 September) – but people generally still work on these days (aside from 1 January, which as New Year's Day is already a public holiday).