Whitsunday, or "Helluntai" in Finnish, is another quiet holiday in Finland, celebrated 50 days after Easter. Since it is a Sunday, it does not affect working times, but shops are usually closed. Whitsunday is originally a Christian holiday, celebrating the Disciples being filled with the Holy Spirit. Whitsunday takes place in the beginning of the summer, and according to an old Finnish saying, if you don't have a loved one by Whitsunday, you won't have one all summer.