The Knox City Council last week approved the city’s holiday schedule for 2014, including trick or treat hours. According to the press release, the city will celebrate New Year’s Day on Jan. 1 and Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 20.
In February, the city will honor President’s Day on Feb. 17, with no holidays planned in March. Good Friday falls on April 18 and will be observed by the city; Election Day is Tuesday, May 6 and Memorial Day is Monday, May 26.
No holidays will be observed in June, but the Fourth of July holiday, as always, falls on July 4. Labor Day will be Monday, Sept. 1, and Columbus Day will be Oct. 13. Election Day in November will be on the 4th, Veteran’s Day on the 27th, and Thanksgiving on the 28th.
Finally, Christmas Day will be Dec. 25 and the day after will also be a city holiday. Jan. 1 will be New Year’s Day for 2015.
Trick or treat times for Oct. 31, 2014 will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.