Presidents’ Day is this Monday, February 20, in the United States this year. The federal holiday, which honors America’s 45 presidents, is observed on the third Monday of February every year. Since it normally coincides with George Washington’s birthdate on February 22, the occasion is formally referred to as Washington‘s Birthday.

The majority of retail establishments will be open, however many business offices and government organizations won’t be working on Monday. Below is a list of the open and closed hours on Presidents’ Day 2023.

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Banks: The majority of banks will be closed on Presidents’ Day because it is a bank holiday in the Federal Reserve system. Notably, TD Bank will be operating on Monday, and other banks’ ATMs and internet banking will be functional.

Post Office: On Monday, USPS will be closed and won’t be delivering any residential or commercial mail. Nonetheless, regular business hours will apply to UPS, FedEx Ground, and FedEx Home Delivery.

Government institutions: The DMV, libraries, courthouses, and city hall are just a few examples of non-essential government offices that will be closed on Monday at the federal, state, county, and local levels. Moreover, federal and state courts will also be closed.

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Retail: The majority of shops and restaurants will be open on Monday, but verify with local companies to make sure. Most supermarkets and big-box retailers like Walmart, Target, and Costco will be open.

In addition to these, both the NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange will be closed. Together with many private institutions, public schools, and universities are also shut.

However, the majority of businesses and eateries are open, and many retailers and shopping websites are having Presidents’ Day discounts.

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On or around Presidents’ Day, there are frequent public lectures, historical reenactments, exhibits, and other events. Each year at the end of February, a senator reads aloud Washington’s Farewell Address, a tradition that dates back to 1896. On February 27, 2023, a Republican senator from Oklahoma James Lankford will deliver the speech.