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Washington's Birthday (Presidents' Day)
Monday, February 20, 2017
Washington's Birthday (Presidents' Day) Washington's Birthday, or Presidents' Day, honors the life and work of the first president of the United States, George Washington.

President's Day/Washington's Birthday - Wikipedia


However, "Presidents' Day" is not always an all-inclusive ... Washington's Birthday is an official state holiday and known as:.

Presidents' Day - Holidays - HISTORY.com


Presidents' Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George ...

Presidents' Day | USA Public holidays | Office Holidays


Dates, history and background of the Presidents' Day Holiday celebration observed in the United States of America.

Presidents Day and Washington's Birthday 2017, Presidents Day ...


Presidents Day and Washington's Birthday 2017, Presidents Day and Washington's Birthday 2018 and further. View here the holidays in the United States in ...

President's Day 2017 and 2018 — Public Holidays United States


President's Day in the United States is celebrated on the third Monday of February. It was originally designed to celebrate the birthday of George Washington, ...

Presidents Day 2017 | USA Federal Holiday Listing


Washington's Birthday (also known as Presidents Day in some states) ... and February 22 were observed as federal holidays to honor the birthdays of Abraham ...

What Is Presidents Day? : snopes.com


Feb 15, 2016 ... History: What are we celebrating on the holiday known as 'Presidents Day'? Is it really a holiday?

Washington's Birthday (Presidents' Day) 2017 - Calendar-12.com


Presidents' Day, officially Washington's Birthday, in the United States, is a federal holiday observed on the third Monday of February in honor of George ...

When is Presidents' Day 2017? | The Old Farmers Almanac


Both President's Day and George Washington's birthday are always celebrated on the third Monday of February. The observed federal holiday is actually called ...