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Easter Tuesday

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Easter Tuesday
Observed byChristendom
TypeChristian
Observanceschurch services
Datethird day of the Octave of Easter
2019 date
  • April 23 (Western)
  • April 30 (Eastern)
2020 date
  • April 14 (Western)
  • April 21 (Eastern)
2021 date
  • April 6 (Western)
  • May 4 (Eastern)
2022 date
  • April 19 (Western)
  • April 26 (Eastern)

Easter Tuesday is the third day of the Octave of Easter and is a holiday in some areas. Easter Tuesday in the Western Christian liturgical calendar is the third day of Eastertide and analogously in the Byzantine Rite is the third day of Bright Week.

Cultural observances

Australia and New Zealand

Easter Tuesday is a normal working day in all Australian states and territories except Tasmania, where it is a legal holiday for only some workers.[1] Historically, when the Australian academic year was divided into three terms, Easter Tuesday was an extension of the Easter break within Term 1 in Sydney to allow children to attend the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Under the current four-term system, it is common for Easter Tuesday to fall within the regular school holidays at the end of Term 1.

Easter Tuesday is not a public holiday in New Zealand, but in the public education sector it is a mandatory holiday.[2] Easter Tuesday was a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand in 2000 by happenstance as it coincided with ANZAC Day, and in 2011 as a substitute holiday as Easter Monday and ANZAC Day coincided.[3]

Great Britain

Although Easter Tuesday is not a holiday in Great Britain, a proposal for a five-term academic year with fixed term lengths would see Easter Tuesday become a school holiday as an extension to the Easter weekend (a mini-break within the fourth term).[4]

Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland Easter Tuesday is not an official government and public bank holiday. It is in fact however an unofficial government and public bank holiday.

Republic of Cyprus

In Cyprus, Easter Tuesday is an official bank holiday.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "WorkSafe Tasmania : Public Holidays". Worksafe.tas.gov.au. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Schools closed on Easter Tuesday". Parents.education.govt.nz. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
  3. ^ "2011 PUBLIC HOLIDAYS | Australian Federation of Employers & Industries". Afei.org.au. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
  4. ^ "BBC News - EDUCATION - Inquiry to consider five-term year". News.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
  5. ^ Ltd, DW Dynamic Works. "Central Bank of Cyprus - Working Hours & Bank Holidays". www.centralbank.cy. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
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