United States celebrate third Monday of the month February each year as the President's Day which is basically America's first President George Washington's Birthday. The day also commemorates all the past presidents to praise their contribution towards the nation.
The day was first celebrated as a federal holidays in 1880s. Though George Washington was on February 22, 1732, people started celebrating it on third Monday of February after the government passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Bill in 1968. It also moved a number of other federal holidays to Mondays. Remember that George Washington held President of the United States' post for the two consecutive terms from 1789 to 1797. Prior to that he played very important roles in military leading the American Continental Army to victory over the British in 1783.
This day officially honors the life and efforts of George Washington for the betterment of the country. Schools and colleges organize various programs to learn more about all the Presidents of the United States and their work, George Washington in particular. Most government institutions except essential services stay closed for the day.
|Saturday||January 01 2022||New Year's Day|
|Monday||January 17 2022||Martin Luther King Jr. Day|
|Monday||February 14 2022||Valentine's Day|
|Monday||February 21 2022||Presidents' Day|
|Sunday||March 13 2022||Daylight Saving Time Starts|
|Sunday||April 17 2022||Easter Sunday|
|Sunday||May 08 2022||Mother's Day|
|Monday||May 30 2022||Memorial Day|
|Sunday||June 19 2022||Juneteenth|
|Sunday||June 19 2022||Father's Day|
|Monday||July 04 2022||Independence Day|
|Monday||September 05 2022||Labor Day|
|Monday||October 10 2022||Columbus Day|
|Monday||October 31 2022||Halloween|
|Sunday||November 06 2022||Daylight Saving Time Ends|
|Friday||November 11 2022||Veterans Day|
|Thursday||November 24 2022||Thanksgiving Day|
|Sunday||December 25 2022||Christmas Day|