Monday, Feb. 18 is President's Day.
The holiday was originally titled "Washington's Birthday," a federal observation honoring the nation's first President and implemented by congress in 1879 . By the mid-1980s, with a push from advertisers, the term "Presidents' Day" began its public appearance. Today, the holiday has become well known for being a day in which many stores, especially car dealers and furniture outlets, hold sales.
- Seneca Valley Schools (No classes, buildings open for sports practices/musical rehearsal)
- Most banks
- Federal, state, Butler, and Allegheny county offices and courts.
- Pennsylvania driver license of and photo center are closed Saturday Feb. 16 through Mon. Feb. 18.
- State Liquor stores
- Post Offices
- Cranberry Public Library
- Cranberry Township municipal offices
- The Port Authority is running regular bus, T and incline weekday service, but the downtown service center is closed.
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