Next Monday, the United States will be observing the federal holiday we all know better as President’s Day. Usually, the holiday is observed on the third Monday of February and is meant to commemorate the first man to serve as US President: George Washington. Since the Uniform Monday Holiday Act was enacted by Congress, the 15th through the 21st is the typical “window” when the holiday is celebrated.
There’s an interesting fact or two regarding the name of the holiday. “President’s Day” isn’t the “real” name of the holiday, it’s Washington’s Birthday. While Washington is supposed to be celebrated, the holiday has since come to serve as a way to celebrate presidents of the past and present. The holiday's name may vary depending on the state. In some cases, it also goes by Washington's and Lincoln's Birthday.
A popular legend about George Washington was when, after being given a hatchet, he cut down his father's cherry as a boy. Once his father confronted him, it was confirmed by young George who uttered his now-famous line, "I can't tell a lie." As a result of this incident, cherry pie is a popular food eaten on President's Day.
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