ACROSS AMERICA — Presidents Day will be Monday, Feb. 17, and a variety of services will be closed across the United States on the day.

The holiday, which was originally established in 1885 to honor President George Washington, will provide a much-appreciated three-day weekend for many. But it also means that services such as the U.S. Post Office, banks and public schools will not open on the day.

Here’s a breakdown of how the holiday could affect your routine.

Banks: With the Federal Reserve system not operating on Feb. 17, most banks will stay closed on Presidents Day. However, ATMs will operate on the holiday and TD Bank will also be open.

Courts: Courts will not open on Presidents Day.