Monday marks Presidents Day, and while many people will still be going to work, a number of offices such as the U.S. Post Office are closed for the federal holiday. Some schools are also closed.
Many students across Minnesota woke up Friday morning to find out they had yet another day off from school. Champlin Park junior Andrei Gill spent more time than he wanted scraping the ice from his windshield. “Just wow. Couldn’t even open my car door to get in,” Gill said.
We observe President’s Day on the third Monday of February, but we can get in touch with our leaders in many ways on many different days.
President’s Day is a federal holiday many people overlook, even if they have the day off work. But a third grade class at St. Bartholomew School in Wayzata has been looking forward to the holiday for years. That’s because it’s the day they bring history to life
Kids are funny about holidays and days off school. This morning, Seth (my 5-year-old) told me that he likes to stay home on holidays. I explained that President’s Day wasn’t really that kind of day.
A winter storm that blew through the upper Midwest over the Presidents Day long weekend coated roads with ice and snow and led airlines to cancel hundreds of flights.
In honor of Presidents Day, we give you a link to the Top 10 Presidential impressions. No surprise, most of them are SNL vets. Check out the videos.
After our patch of spring weather, winter returns. But at least it brings a long weekend for many with President’s Day. Basically that means there’s a whole weekend’s worth of playing to be done. Here’s just a sample of what’s in store.