Labor Day is one of the popular festival of United States. It is always celebrated on the first Monday of September.
Labor Day is a holiday in United States. It is celebrated on the first Monday in the month of September. It is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. It is a celebration of the American labor movement. Labor Day was originally organized to celebrate various labors' associations' strength and contribution to the United States economy. It is day of rest and sometimes the last chance for many people to go on trips before the summer ends. For students, it is the last chance to organize parties before school starts again.
This holiday was first proposed by a machinist, Matthew Maguire in 1882. He was then serving as secretary of the CLU (Central Labor Union) of New York. Oregon was the first state to make it a holiday on 21, February, 1887. It became the federal holiday in 1894 when thirty states officially celebrated Labor Day.
Labor Day is a day of full rest. It is also celebrated as to go on trips before the summer ends. For students, it is a last chance to do party with friends because after the summer ends the schools re-open. Some people organize firework displays, public arts, or sports events with friend or neighbors to celebrate this holiday. The football season starts on or around Labor Day and many teams play their first game of the year on the Labor Day weekend.
Labor Day is a federal holiday in United States. It is celebrated in most of the states. All Government offices, schools, colleges, organizations and businesses are closed on this day. Some public celebration is organized in societies to entertain people but it is usually low key event. For many people, it is a start of football season.
Labor Day Date: 2010 to 2030