On October 31, 1864 Nevada was the 36th state admitted into the Union. As a result, Nevada Day commemorates this admission. Also, in the 1870’s the Pacific Coast Pioneer society held the first observance of Nevada Day. Celebration is on the last Friday of every October. Lastly, in 1933 the state legislature established it as a state holiday.
In celebration, Nevada has the states’ largest parade that marks the history (past, present and future) of this commemorative moment. There are numerous events, venues and activities held. To find out more information about the parade and other events click here.
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