President's Day, observed on the third Monday of February in the United States, is a federal holiday that honors the nation's presidents, both past and present. Originally established to commemorate George Washington's birthday, the holiday has evolved to include recognition of all U.S. presidents. It serves as a time for reflection on the leadership and contributions of these leaders to the country. While some use the occasion to learn about presidential history, visit museums, or attend patriotic events, others take advantage of the long weekend for sales and shopping. President's Day is marked by ceremonies, educational activities, and the display of the American flag. It stands as a reminder of the nation's democratic principles and the enduring legacy of its leaders.