On Monday, the country will once again observe President’s Day, a federal holiday. The holiday is typically celebrated on the third Monday of February and is intended to honor the first man to serve as President of the United States: George Washington. Ever since Congress spearheaded the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, President’s Day has been observed between the 15th and 21st.
A fun fact of President’s Day is in its name. “President’s Day” is actually the colloquial name for the holiday, with the official name of it being, appropriately, Washington’s Birthday. Though it’s intended to honor Washington, the holiday has since come to serve as something of an occasion to honor current and former individuals that have served as president. Furthermore, the name of the holiday varies in different states, being also known as Presidents' Day or Washington's and Lincoln's Birthday.
A famous legend about George Washington was when he chopped down his father’s cherry tree as a child after being gifted a hatchet. When his father confronted him, young George admitted it, uttering his now famous line, “I cannot tell a lie.” As a result of this story, cherry pie is a popular food consumed on President’s Day.
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