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Monday is President's Day the nation honors its past leaders with a special emphasis on the US's first president George Washington.
And the sixteenth president Abraham Lincoln's birthdays and Tuesday's Mardi Gras French for Fat Tuesday.
Cities around the world celebrate the night before Ash Wednesday with parades exotic foods extravagant costumes and other social about.
The festival season is traditionally the last chance to local rich foods and unconventional behavior before the fasting of -- visa also Tuesday the president and First Lady have the blues.
The first couple welcomes music -- and major contemporary artists to the White House to celebrate the history of blues music.
The program is part of their in performance at the White House serious.
Combined with the recognition of Black History Month.
Wednesday the Smithsonian national museum of African American history and culture is set to have its groundbreaking ceremony.
President Obama will deliver the remarks the construction site the museum scheduled to open -- 2015.
We'll be the only national museum devoted to the documentation of African American like art history and culture also Wednesday the remaining Republican White House hopefuls stepped on the battleground once again.
Four presidential debates the candidates will duke it out at the mesa -- Fenner and Mesa, Arizona.
And Friday rounding out the president's busy week he has Denmark's prime minister.
For a meeting in the Oval Office -- -- is expected to thank the close NATO allies for their contribution to the NATO mission in Libya.
And confirm their continued commitment operations in Afghanistan.
Also on the meeting's agenda of the upcoming NATO -- in Chicago.
Efforts on counterterrorism.
And counter piracy Green growth and economic -- and that's a look at the weekend at I'm Ainsley Earhardt fox --
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