Labor Day is a United States federal holiday that takes place on the first Monday in September. The holiday began in 1882, originating from a desire by the Central Labor Union in New York City to create a day off for the "working man." Labor day is an important day in history.
Labor Day is the first Monday in September. The Saturday and Sunday before Labor Day and Labor Day itself is Labor Day weekend.
In Some Labor Days They Do. But there is no school on labor day
what is the symbol for labor day?
No. There is no school on Labor Day.
Yes, September 5, 2011, was Labor Day. A labor day, it was.
A common noun for the proper noun 'Labor Day' is holiday.
Labor day is celebrated because of the workers who labor and had fought and protested to have this day celebrated
September 2, 2013 is labor day.
Yes. It is spelt Labor Day.
Labor day is one day, the first Monday of September
No. Labor day is a day to honor workers.
Labor Day is a proper noun. It is a specific day.