Presidents' Day, originally was two separate observances, Abraham Lincoln's birthday, which was February 12, and George Washington's birthday, which was February 22. The two observances were combined in 1971 into a single observance which is held on the third Monday in February.
|U.S. federal holidays|
|New Year's Day | Martin Luther King, Jr. Day | Presidents' Day | Memorial Day | Independence Day |
Labor Day | Columbus Day | Veterans Day | Thanksgiving Day | Christmas Day