Presidents' Day Closings in Montgomery County, Maryland

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Presidents' Day Closings in Montgomery County, Maryland

 

Click on this link for a list of What's Open, What's Not on Presidents' Day in Montgomery County, Maryland and the cities of Gaithersburg and Rockville.

 

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Lise Howe
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Thanks for sharing this I will try to get some work done from home instead 

Feb 16, 2020 03:13 AM #1
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Thank you very much for this reblog. Have a very special weekend.

Feb 16, 2020 05:11 AM #2
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The nation celebrates Presidents Day annually during the third Monday in February. It's meant to commemorate the birthday of the nation's first president, George Washington. This year's celebration will fall on Monday, Feb. 17, and will include a hodgepodge of openings or closings at major locations. The holiday generally falls between Washington's birthday, Feb. 22, and Abraham Lincoln's, Feb. 12.

Although Washington's birthday has been informally celebrated since the 1800s, it wasn't signed into law until 1879. Until 1885, the holiday only applied to Washington, but became national in that year. The Uniform Monday Holiday Act ensured that the celebration took place on predetermined Mondays. Congress passed that into law in 1968 and former President Nixon enacted it in 1971 via executive order.

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I liked it better when we celebrated each president on the day of their birthday. I feel it doesn't give each their due by combining them both on the same day.

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