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Tentative 2005 Legislative Schedule
109th Congress, 1st Session
Bill Frist, Majority Leader

The Senate Leadership has announced the tentative schedule for 2005. The list below identifies non-legislative periods (days that the Senate will not be in session).

You can also view a graphical representation of the calendar in PDF format.


January 4 Senate Convenes

January 7 - 19 Senate not in session
     January 20 (Thursday)

     Reconvene -- Inauguration
February 21 - 25 Senate not in session
     February 21      Presidents' Day
     February 28 (Monday)

     Senate reconvenes
March 21 - April 1 Senate not in session
     April 4 (Monday)

     Senate reconvenes
May 2 - May 6 Senate not in session
     May 9 (Monday)

     Senate reconvenes
May 30 - June 3 Senate not in session
     May 30      Memorial Day (observed)
     June 6 (Monday)

     Senate reconvenes
July 4 - July 8 Senate not in session
     July 4      Independence Day
     July 11 (Monday)

     Senate reconvenes
August 1 - September 5 Senate not in session - August Recess
     September 5      Labor Day
     September 6 (Tuesday)

     Senate reconvenes
To Be Announced

Target Adjournment Date