American Flag Holidays for January 2018

Start the year flying your Outdoor American Flag high and proud!

Looking for a reason to show your American Spirit and to fly your Outdoor American Flag in January? 

Well, you’re in luck. 

According to the US Flag Code, The American Flag should be flown every day (unless there's bad weather), and especially on Federal holidays.

Official Flag Flying Holidays for January 2018

  • January 1 - New Year's Day - Federal Holiday/Flag Flying Day
  • January 15 - Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday - Federal Holiday/Flag Flying Day | Martin Luther King Jr. Day is always the third Monday of January. Fly your American Flag in celebration.

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Other notable dates this month —

Find out more about January statehood birthdays and their State Flags here.

• January 2 - Georgia statehood
Fly the Georgia State Flag to celebrate the 4th state of the Union. 

• January 3 - Alaska statehood
Fly the Alaska State Flag to celebrate the 49th state of the Union. 

• January 4 - Utah statehood
Fly the Utah State Flag to celebrate the 45th state of the Union.

• January 6 - New Mexico statehood
Fly the New Mexico State Flag to celebrate the 47th state of the Union.

• January 9 - Connecticut statehood
Fly the Connecticut State Flag to celebrate the 5th state of the Union. 

• January 26 - Michigan statehood
Fly the Michigan State Flag to celebrate the 26th state of the Union. 

• January 29 - Kansas statehood
Fly the Kansas State Flag to celebrate the 35th state of the Union.