Presidents’ Day

  Presidents Day was originally Washington’s Birthday, celebrated on our first president’s birthday, February 22. The federal government still refers to this day as Washington’s Birthday, although the holiday is now celebrated on the third Monday in February. Most people now refer to the holiday as “Presidents Day” and see it as a day to celebrate all of our presidents and the office itself.

The CRC has many biographies, as well as other books and teaching aids, about the presidents. We can help you with your Presidents Day resource needs.


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