Labor Day was first celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City to commemorate the social and economic achievements of American workers. A few years later the first Monday of September was selected as the official day to pay tribute to the leadership, strong spirit, and freedom of the American workforce. Labor Day is celebrated across the country with parades, festivals, and family get-togethers.
Labor Day also signals the end of summer and usually includes outdoor activities like swimming in lakes, rivers or the ocean, hiking, playing sports, partying and backyard barbecuing. Check out these helpful tips that will allow you to stay safe while enjoying outdoor Labor Day festivities.
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