Labor Day Weekends is America's last chance to celebrate the summer season before gearing up for fall. The holiday was created by the labor movement in late 19th century, but it didn't become a nationally recognized holiday until 1894. Labor Day is observed on the first Monday of September. Americans nationwide take the time to devote a weekend-long celebration to the annual holiday. It is often celebrated with barbeques, parties, beach trips.
Sep-1-2017, 17:35:29 GMT