Below is the recent November 2009 Holidays update.

All Saints' Day - November 2010 Holidays

As posted October 22, 2009:

Pres. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo announced two long weekends as November 2009 holidays. The first is a three-day weekend from October 31 (Saturday) to November 2 (Monday). The second is a four-day weekend from November 27 (Friday) to November 30 (Monday). Check the dates and the corresponding celebration below.

Special Non-Working Holidays:

November 1 - All Saints' Day
November 2 - All Souls' Day

Declared Non-Working Holidays based on Proclamation 1808:

November 27 and 28 - Eid'l Adha or the Feast of Sacrifice
(held by Muslims after the annual pilgrimage to Mecca)

Regular Non-Working Holiday:

November 30 - Bonifacio Day


Here's November 2009 Holidays update:

On October 26, President Arroyo signed Proclamation No. 1808-A, amending the earlier Proclamation No. 1808 which was issued on April 21, 2009 declaring the Muslim festival of Eid'l Adha on November 27 and 28 as national holidays.

According to Press Secretary Cerge Remonde, the President Arroyo amended the proclamation after the country's manufacturing sector appealed the decision.
"Trade Secretary [Peter] Favila and the Department of Trade and Industry appealed for the change in behalf of the business community to limit the nonworking holiday to the ARMM because of the number of holidays declared for November plus the fact that we are still recovering from the twin tragedies of Ondoy and Pepeng that hit Metro Manila and Luzon."
So, following Proclamation No. 1808-A, the Eid'l Adha on November 27 and 28 Muslim holidays will ONLY be observed in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). And by virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 1699 issued on December 24, 2008, there will only be three nationwide holidays this November 2009: All Saints Day, which is a special non-working day on November 1; the additional special non-working day on November 2, and the regular holiday in celebration of Bonifacio Day on November 30, 2009.