Important “Flag” Dates


Holidays to Display your Flag


The Flag of the United States of America should be displayed, from sunrise to sunset, on all days when the weather permits, especially on:

New Year’s Day
Inauguration Day
Martin Luther King’s Birthday
Lincoln’s Birthday
Presidents Day
Easter Sunday
Patriots’ Day – April 19
National Day of Prayer
Mother’s Day
Armed Forces Day
Memorial Day (half-staff until noon)
Flag Day – June 14
Independence Day – July 4
Labor Day
Constitution Day – September 17
Columbus Day – October 12
Navy Day – October 27
Veterans Day – November 11
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day – December 25

Election Days
State and Local Holidays

Tennessee State Birthday: (16th state admitted into the union) June 1, 1796, and such other days as may be proclaimed by the President of the United States.



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