What is LABOR DAY?

First Monday in September; an observed US Federal holiday. Authorized in 1882, it gives a guaranteed day off to working individuals. Parades, cookouts, and shopping are a typical event on this holiday. Established as a day of rest, yet offering instore specials, most retailers open as normal.

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