Source:Office of the Governor of Aruba (Oranjestad)
Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2017
Most recent follow-up news item: January 23, 2021
The government of Aruba has released its annual list of official non-working public holidays in Aruba for the calendar year 2017.
The aforementioned list of official non-working public holidays in Aruba for the calendar year 2017, confirms that effective a couple of years ago (2015-11-09, 2014-12-27 and 2013-11-23), Aruba stopped observing a public holiday on April 30, to mark Queen Juliana's Birthday, for a new King's Birthday public holiday on April 27, as did the Netherlands (2013-01-30) and Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba (2013-09-29).
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