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New Years Day 2009

People in Miami watching firework show over Biscayne Bay.
January 2009
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New Years
Thursday January 1
-15 years, -3 months, -11 days
or -5580 days


Tuesday January 6
-15 years, -3 months, -6 days
or -5575 days


Martin Luther King Day
Monday January 19
-15 years, -2 months, -24 days
or -5562 days


New Years Day for the year 2009 is celebrated/ observed on Thursday, January 1st.

New Year’s marks the start of a new year (January 1st) according to the Gregorian calendar. The day is a Federal holiday in the United States with government offices, schools and most businesses closed. Many will reflect on their past year accomplishments and set new goals for the New Year.

Most countries around the world celebrate New Year’s on January 1st. Some people around the world will celebrate the civil holiday on the January 1st and celebrate their cultural or religious New Year on another date.

The Chinese New Year occurs on the new moon of the first lunar month which marks the beginning of spring sometime between January 21st and February 21st. Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah) occurs in the fall following the sighting of the new moon using the lunar calendar sometime between September 5th and October 5th. Islamic New Year (Muharram) is based on a 354 day lunar calendar that changes their New Year by roughly eleven days each year as mapped to the Gregorian calendar. Many south and south east Asians celebrate New Year between April 13th to 15th. The Orthodox New Year falls on around January 14th each year often referred to as the Old New Year because it’s based on the first day of the Julian calendar which was widely used prior to the acceptance of the Gregorian calendar.

Days to New Years Day 2009

Thursday, January 1st is day number 1 of the 2009 calendar year with -15 years, -3 months, -11 days until New Years Day 2009.

New Years Day
Name(s):New Years Day
Type:Federal Holiday
When:First day of the year on Gregorian Calendar

Dates of New Year's Day

HolidayDateDays to Go
New Year's Day 2023 Sunday, January 01, 2023 -467
New Year's Day 2024 Monday, January 01, 2024 -102
New Year's Day 2025 Wednesday, January 01, 2025 264
New Year's Day 2026 Thursday, January 01, 2026 629
New Year's Day 2027 Friday, January 01, 2027 994
New Year's Day 2028 Saturday, January 01, 2028 1359