Is February 18th 2019 A Holiday?

Is February 18th 2019 a federal holiday?

Well, it’s today: Monday, February 18, 2019, is a federal holiday colloquially known as Presidents’ Day.

Call it what you like: Washington’s Birthday 2019 and Presidents’ Day 2019 are both celebrated today.

What holiday is on February 18th?

Washington’s Birthday

Is Feb 18th a bank holiday?

Below is the holiday schedule observed by the Federal Reserve System.

Bank Holidays.

HolidayWashington’s Birthday
2019February 18
2020February 17
2021February 15
2022February 21

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What holiday is February 18th 2019 in Canada?

List of Holidays in Canada in 2019

DayDateHoliday Name
TuesdayJan 01New Year’s Day
MondayFeb 18Nova Scotia Heritage Day
MondayFeb 18Louis Riel Day
MondayFeb 18Family Day

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Does February 18 2019 have mail?

Below is a list of the 2019 post office holidays. Mail will not be delivered or sent on these days so plan accordingly.

2019 Post Office Holidays.

Jan 1New Year’s DayTuesday
Jan 21Martin Luther King DayMonday
Feb 18President’s DayMonday
May 27Memorial DayMonday

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What is the next holiday for 2019?

2019 Holidays

June 16Father’s Day 2019Sunday
July 4Independence Day 2019Thursday
July 28Parents’ Day 2019Sunday
September 2Labor Day 2019Monday

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What celebrities are born on February 18th?

Famous People Born On February 18th

  • John Travolta, 65.
  • Mary I of England, 42. (Queen of England and Ireland)
  • Dr. Dre, 54. (American rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur)
  • Vanna White, 62. (Televion Personality)
  • Yoko Ono, 86. (Artist)
  • J-Hope, 25. (Rapper) South Korean.
  • Gary Ridgway, 70. (Serial Killer)
  • Molly Ringwald, 51.

Who died on February 18?

Discover the most famous people who died on February 18. The list includes people like Martin Luther, Michelangelo, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Kublai Khan, Dale Earnhardt.

What president was born on Feb 18?

The U. S. presidents with February birthdays are George Washington (February 22, 1732), William Henry Harrison (February 9, 1773), Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809), and Ronald Regan (February 6, 1911).