Today, many of us throughout the country are observing the federal holiday everyone has come to be known as President’s Day. The holiday is typically observed during the third Monday of February and serves as a way to celebrate the man who holds the honor of being the first-ever President of the United States: George Washington. Ever since the Uniform Monday Holiday Act was decreed by Congress, the 15th through the 21st is the regular “window” when President’s Day is observed.
President’s Day has a couple of interesting facts. For one, the name “President’s Day” isn’t exactly official, it also goes by the name of Washington’s Birthday. Although it was meant for George Washington, the modern interpretation of President’s Day has since evolved into a celebration of former and current presidents. Depending on the state, the holiday's name can also differ.
A common legend of George Washington was that, during his youth, he chopped down his father's cherry tree after being given a hatchet."It was proven by young George, who spoke his now-famous line, "I cannot tell a lite" after being confronted by his dad. As a result of this occurrence, cherry pie is a common food consumed on President's Day.
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