President’s Day 2017
The President’s Day, state-federal holiday of US is the day when the American Citizen paid the honor in the memory of the first President of America, George Washington. This holiday is celebrated by all the people of United States every year in the month of February. On the third Monday of this month is allotted for celebrating this public holiday. In honor of Father of the nation, George Washington, this day is announced by the holiday by the United States Govt. People of the States shows their respect in honor of the first Prez, George Washington. This day is all about paying the homage to this great personality and remembering the past all the President of US. In some of the States of America, Washington’s Birthday is celebrated along with Lincoln’s Birthday.
When is President’s Day?
In the year 1879, the Holiday of President’s Day was announced and actually created on the birthday date of George Washington. For the first time, it was celebrated in the United States in the following year. The date of the George Washington’s actual birthday on February 22, it was celebrated for the first time in the nation. Later on, in the year 1971, the President’s Day was changed and celebrated every third Monday of February. In every year, the birthday of Washington and President’s Day is celebrated with respect in the heart in 22nd of February and in between 15th of February to 21st of February. It is also considered as the first ever federal holiday of US that is created in honor of the American citizen.
Date Sheet of the Presidents’ Day (From 2010 to 2025)
|2010 Presidents’ Day||15th of February, 2010|
|2011 Presidents’ Day||21st of February, 2011|
|2012 Presidents’ Day||20th of February, 2012|
|2013 Presidents’ Day||18th of February, 2013|
|2014 Presidents’ Day||17th of February, 2014|
|2015 Presidents’ Day||16th of February, 2015|
|2016 Presidents’ Day||15th of February, 2016|
|Presidents’ Day 2017|
20th of February, 2017
|2018 Presidents’ Day||19th of February, 2018|
|2019 Presidents’ Day||18th of February, 2019|
|2020 Presidents’ Day||17th of February, 2020|
|2021 Presidents’ Day||15th of February, 2021|
|2022 Presidents’ Day||21st of February, 2022|
|2023 Presidents’ Day||20th of February, 2023|
|2024 Presidents’ Day||19th of February, 2024|
|2025 Presidents’ Day||17th of February, 2025|
Presidents’ Day in the United States
Honoring the President and the nation’s father of United States, George Washington is remembered for his unending contribution and activities in the favor of America. Every third February of the year, people celebrate President’s Day and recollect the history of the day through the achievements and struggle of the nation. On this Day, Washington, the first Prez of US (1789-1797) is honored as the first Prez of United States. People also recall all the past presidents of United States of America. This time of public holiday, people also recall the memory of Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson in particular except George Washington.
In the upcoming events and the holidays, the President’s Day is taken as the state holiday that is celebrated in America. Washington’s Birthday and Lincoln’s Birthday is also celebrated throughout the different states of US.
In the President’s Day’s occasion, community celebrations and parades are organized all across the United States of America. Many stores and the business house conduct sales and provide exclusive offers to the United States Citizen for celebrating the President’s Day. In this day, the Purple Heart military badge is also awarded to the soldiers who have injured during the duties.