A Celebration Of American And The American Flag

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Annual Recognition Event

Fly the flag!

Every day is a great occasion on which to fly the American flag. But according to the United States Code Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 6d, there are some special occasions specifically designated by the government as days on which the American flag should be flown.
Holidays and special occasions

The American flag should also be flown on designated election days or the anniversary of a state's admittance into the Union.
State's date of admittance to the Union

In addition, The President of the United States has the authority to designate a special occasion on which the flag should be flown, such as September 11, 2001 and the 30 days after, when flags were flown at half-staff by executive order.

Annual Recognition Event: To be announced

Detailed information about this event to be announced soon.


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Chicago, Illinois

For reservations or more information:

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