New Year’s Day
Liberians celebrate the New Year along with other nations on the Gregorian calendar.
Armed Forces Day
Commemorating the Armed Forces of Liberia including air force, army and coast guard.
A day to remember our deceased loved ones; visit, clean and decorate their graves.
J.J. Roberts’ Day
Remembering Liberia’s first president and his contributions to the early republic.
Fast and Prayer Day
A national day of fast and prayer.
Despite our differences, we celebrate our oneness as Liberians.
Celebrating our independence from the American Colonization Society on July 26, 1847.
Parades, marches and festivities commemorating our national flag.
A day of giving thanks to the Lord God Almighty.
W.V.S. Tubman’s Birthday
Honoring Liberia’s longest serving president and his measures at unity and economic development.
Christ our Savior is born and for this we celebrate God’s grace.
Guannu, Joseph S. Liberian Civics. Monrovia: Herald Publishing, 2004. Print.