Labor Day was first celebrated in 1882, however it wasn’t until 1894 (after the Pullman strike in Chicago) when President Grover Cleveland approved Labor Day as a federal holiday. Over 120 years we have been celebrating this holiday. Some people see it as the last hurrah of summer, or as a holiday break between the 4th of July and Thanksgiving. For 2015 let’s celebrate all the achievements we made from this past year.
Celebrate by eating with the family,
drinking with friends,
and by soaking up sunshine at the weekend picnic.
Cheers to Labor Day 2015.
Have a safe and relaxing holiday weekend!