Labor Day

Labor Day

Labor Day is a day set aside to pay homage to working beings. For more than 120 years, it has been notable as a national holiday in the United States and Canada. Celebrated on the first Monday of September, this holiday is generally seen as the last opportunity to enjoy summer. There are so many ways to celebrate; from fairs and carnivals to BBQs at the park and pool parties. Many people celebrate by doing all the things they typically do in the summer, because they know it is summers final days.

It has become more tradition for people take this time off of work to enjoy family time. Friends and families gather to relish in sitting by the pool for a pool party, barbequing for a picnic at the park, renting a boat to go to the lake, or some even head to a place like Vegas to take their chances at their luck. There are so many good deals on weekend getaways, or maybe you would like to find something more local, such as, yacht dinner cruises or other pleasant attractions.

Tasty American food favorites such as hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salads, chips and dips, and other traditional foods are very satisfying on this day as well; whether you hire a food truck or a food cart, or you decide to eat out or employ a caterer, be sure to relax on your day off. If you are having a pool party make It a tiki theme party; or if you are throwing a picnic at the park, rent out a bounce house, water or wet slide, or an obstacle course inflatable for the children, and some adults, to have fun with. Whatever you choose, you have to include some exciting activities since it is the final days of summer!