• A Few Little-Known Facts About Labor Day

    American Flags
    Sep 02, 2016
    While Labor Day has come to signify the end of summer and a welcome day off from work or school for many of us, the historical significance of this uniquely American national holiday tends to get lost. To shed some light on why the first Monday in September is celebrated across the country every year with barbecues, picnics, parades, and other festivities, we’ve delved a bit into the origins of Labor Day to bring you these little-known facts about this tribute to the American worker.