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President's Day

What does President's Day celebrate?

This holiday is most commonly called President's Day, but the federal holiday is officially called Washington's Birthday. The day honors all of the previous presidents of the United States.

When is President's Day celebrated?

The third Monday in February

Who celebrates this day?

Washington's Birthday is a national federal holiday. Many states celebrate Washington's Day while other states officially call the day President's Day. The holiday is held on or around President George Washington's birthday, which is on February 22nd. President Abraham Lincoln's birthday, February 12, is also near this date and is often honored on President's day.

Fun Facts

In honor of President's Day we've put together some of our favorite fun facts about presidents:

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