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Days for Displaying Our Flag

Under U.S. Code Title 36, Subtitle I, Part A, Chapter 1 the President calls on government officials and/or American citizens to display the flag on the following holidays

Holiday Date
Thomas Jefferson's Birthday April 13th
Loyalty Day and Law Day May 1st
National Maritime Day May 2nd
Mothers Day Second Sunday in May
Peace Officers Memorial Week - Display flag at half-staff Week of May 15th
National Flag Day/Week Week of June 14th
Fathers Day Third Sunday in June
National Aviation Day August 19th
Patriot Day - Display flag at half-staff September 11th
Citizenship Day September 17th
Gold Star Mother's Day Last Sunday in Sept.
Columbus Day Second Monday in Oct.
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day December 7th

Additionally, U.S. Code Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 6 states that the flag should be displayed on all days, weather permitting and especially on

Holiday Date
New Year's Day January 1st
Inauguration Day January 20th
Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Third Monday in January
Lincoln's Birthday February 12th
Washington's Birthday Third Monday in February
Easter Sunday Varies year to year
Mother's Day Second Sunday in May
Armed Forces Day Third Saturday in May
Memorial Day - Display flag at half-staff until noon Last Monday in May
Flag Day June 14th
Independence Day July 4th
Labor Day First Monday in Sept.
Constitution Day September 17th
Columbus Day Second Monday in Oct.
Navy Day October 27th
Veterans Day November 11th
Thanksgiving Day Fourth Thursday in Nov.
Christmas Day December 25th
And such other days as may be proclaimed by the President, the birthdays of states (date of admission) and on state holidays.

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