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National Arbor Day in 2019 will fall on Friday, April 26. Arbor Day is the annual holiday encouraging all U.S. citizens to plant, care for, and celebrate local trees. Nationally, the observation falls on the last Friday in April each year (local observations are usually timed to coincide with optimum planting weather)

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Flagpole winter prep list

Outdoor Flagpoles, especially, Commercial Outdoor Flagpoles are designed to be durable, long-lasting, and to withstand heavy weather conditions. But over time, Flagpole Components can become worn out or damaged. This is especially true during the winter: strong winds, heavy snow, and rapid freezing/thawing will eventually wear out even the highest quality flagpole parts.

Damaged flagpole parts can become detrimental and dangerous to your flagpole.

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This is easy. Know what the weatherman – all kidding aside – is predicting for your area. Why? Because, like our pets, the safety of Old Glory's red, white, and blue well-being is at risk in inclement weather. Here's how: No matter the flag's material – from rugged polyester or versatile nylon to classic cotton . . .

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Halloween is a favorite time to decorate, dress up, hand out candy, and bring out the child-at-heart. From pumpkin spice to spooky decorations, this is a great time to enjoy all the fun fall festivities while enjoying the cooler air and refreshing weather. This is also the perfect time to ready your Outdoor American Flag for the upcoming winter conditions.

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On June 14, we celebrate the founding of the United States Army. From humble beginnings as a hodge-podge of amateur colonial troops assembled from various militia, the US Army has grown to become the largest branch in the US Military. On June 14, 1775, the US Continental Congress first authorized the enlistment of expert riflemen to serve the US Colonies, naming it the “American Continental Army”. Today, with troops serving and protecting over land, sea, and air, the United States Army is not only America’s largest branch of our Armed Forces, but a definitive force globally. Flying the Army Flag...

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Eight facts to learn about the National Cherry Blossom Festival For two weeks each year, the Japanese Cherry Blossom trees along the Potomac in Washington D.C. receive national attention. Why? Because, though it is a brief span of time, the Potomac and the Tidal Basin become something of their own national monument for the two weeks [...]

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You need a durable American flag in the rough winds of spring. It's that time of year, especially throughout the Midwest, when rough winds and inclement weather come sweeping through as the hallmarks of spring. Sometimes a spring storm can catch us by surprise, leaving us with little or no time to bring our flags in out of the weather. In [...]

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At LIBERTY FLAGS, we hope you'll be joining us. We're celebrating as we do every day by proudly flying American-made American Flags. Originally created in 1880 to celebrate George Washington’s birthday, the holiday was shifted to the third Monday of the month in 1971 and expanded to include Abraham Lincoln’s birthday as well. Now, we honor Presidents Day [...]

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At LIBERTY FLAGS, we hope you'll be joining us. We're celebrating as we do every day by proudly flying American-made American Flags. Originally created in 1880 to celebrate George Washington’s birthday, the holiday was shifted to the third Monday of the month in 1971 and expanded to include Abraham Lincoln’s birthday as well. Now, we honor Presidents Day to celebrate the lives and achievements of all our nation’s Presidents, past and present.  United States law mandates that every flag is to be labeled with its country of origin. If you are looking for a new American flag for this upcoming holiday, make...

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February is an exciting month full of holidays (not just Valentine’s Day) and lots of reasons to celebrate America and her heroes. Tie up the banners, fly the flag, and take a minute to honor the legends who built, nurtured, and guided this country to greatness. Lincoln’s Birthday – Monday, February 12, 2018 “Honest Abe” Lincoln, an [...]

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The holidays are upon us, and we love this time of year! Cold nights, warm fires, and spending time with family and friends. As we wrap up 2017 and come closer to the new year, yes, it’s human nature to start listing resolutions and planning for what’s to come. But don’t forget to take a quick look back [...]

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Ambassador, Commercial Flagpole, Embassy, Empire, Flagpole, Flags, Residential Flagpole, Skyscape, Weather, Wind, Wind-rated -

Did you know that extreme winter weather conditions can cause serious damage to your flags and flagpoles? Read about the correct match of flag to flagpole to protect your investment. Remember, The United States Flag Code dictates that, “The American flag should not be displayed on days when the weather is inclement, except when an all-weather flag is displayed.”

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Flags, Made in America, Recipe, Sage Dressing, Thanksgiving -

Giving Thanks Thanksgiving is a time for warm meals and cool days, family gatherings and football. It’s a time to take a deep breath and take a long, grateful look at the blessings and beautiful things in your life. Here at LIBERTY FLAGS, we are thankful that you have chosen us to supply your business, institution, or [...]

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American flag, Best friend, Long-lasting, Rugged Wavecrest, Winter -

Fall is coming to an end and winter is fast approaching.  It's a joyous season full of holidays, family, food, and celebrations.But winter also brings unpredictable weather: colder days and nights, wind, sleet, and if we're lucky, maybe a snow day or two.  While you're up in the attic or down in the basement gathering the boxes [...]

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Daylight Savings, Rugged Wavecrest, Solar Light for Flagpoles, Veteran's Day, Winter flags -

Daylight Savings Time was a bright idea. On Sunday, November 5, Daylight Savings Time for 2017 comes to a close as we set our clocks back one hour. Aside from that glorious hour of sleep on Sunday morning, we also get an extra hour of daylight in the evenings as nights grow colder and days creep [...]

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