February is the birth month of two of our greatest Presidents - George Washington who was born on February 22nd and Abraham Lincoln, born on February 12th.
In 1971, then-President Richard Nixon signed a federal law that proclaimed the third Monday in February a national holiday called Presidents’ Day. The law ended the custom of celebrating two national holidays in February to honor the birthdays. Today, we honor all past presidents of the United States on Presidents’ Day.
If you are interested in a Presidential theme with some levity consider Presidential impersonators: