Labor Day

Labor Day is celebrated every first Monday of September, it’s a Monday of long weekend known as the Labor Day weekend. We celebrate it each year to honor the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to strength, prosperity, laws and well-being of this country.

There’s no specific religion, culture, or politician that this holiday is associated with, it’s a federal holiday celebrated each year. Labor Day is also celebrated in more than other 80 countries, however, they celebrate it on the first day of May. Labor Day is also called the “unofficial end of summer” because it marks the end of the cultural summer season. The “unofficial beginning of summer” is Memorial Day. On the U.S., many school districts resume classes around the Labor Day Weekend, other fall activities such as sports, resume and begin about this time. Some of theses sports include the National Football League, which they play their kick-off game on Thursday, others are the NCAA, which on their teams play on that weekend and then there’s the Southern 500 NASCAR in Darlington Raceway at Darlington, South Carolina. I really don’t celebrate thisĀ  holiday at all, I actually just take this as a free day, and do what I want to do on my free time.