If you’re like me, Labor Day means the end of summer (pure happiness!).
My husband works in retail, so he works on Labor Day. Growing up, we always had a big picnic with family for Labor Day.
Most folks view Labor Day in those same ways . . . last of summer, working, picnicking, etc. But, what exactly IS Labor Day?
A visit to the Department of Labor website gives an in-depth history lesson. To sum it up briefly, Labor Day is a day to celebrate the labors of American workers. The first date of celebration, Tuesday, September 5, 1882, was held in New York City. It became a national holiday in 1884, with the first Monday in September selected as the official day of celebration.
Here is a list of activities I found while researching Labor Day:
I saved the best for last. This site will take care of any information or activity need you have for Labor Day!
How about you? How do you celebrate Labor Day?
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