How Many Days until Labor Day
When is Labor Day 2021?
Labor Day in 2021 is on Monday, September 6, 2021
September 6 is the 249th day of the year (250th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are one-Hundred Sixteen (116) days remain until the end of the year.
When is Labor Day 2022?
Labor Day 2022 is on Monday, September 5, 2022
How are Labor Day dates determined?
In the United States, Labor Day is always celebrated on the first Monday in September.
What is Labor Day?
Labor Day (also known as Labour Day) is a United States national holiday. This Day is for honoring working people, their contributions, achievements, and sacrifices to pursue national prosperity and welfare. It is performed yearly on the first Monday of September.
As part of the Labor Day celebrations, street parades are held worldwide.
FACTS ABOUT LABOR DAY!
- The U.S celebrated The first Labor Day on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City. The Central Labor Union planned it.
- Ten thousand workers marched from City Hall to 42nd Street and then met with their families in Wendel’s Elm Park for a picnic, concert, and speeches.
- Before this Day, American workers worked 12-hour days seven days a week during the 19th century!
- The Adamson Act was passed on September 3, 1916, to establish an eight-hour workday.
- In 1887, Oregon was the first to declare Labor Day an official holiday.
- Labor Day is considered the “unofficial NFL season kickoff.” Most of the time (about 99.44 per cent), the NFL plays its first official season game the Thursday after Labor Day.
- The first Waffle House opened on Labor Day. In 1955, in Avondale Estates, GA, the first Waffle House opened its doors to the public.
- What are we celebrating? We are celebrating the contributions, sacrifice, and achievements of the 155 million men and women in the U.S. workforce.
- On June 28, 1894, Congress passed an act for making the first Monday in September yearly a legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the territories.
Holidays and observances that fall on September 6
- Labor Day (September 6) – American Samoa, Bermuda, Canada, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico
- Mother Teresa Beatification Day – Albania
- Defense Day – Pakistan
- Barbie Doll Day
- Flag Day (Bonaire)
- Rosh Hashana Eve – Argentina
- Great Egg Toss Day
- Unification Day – Bulgaria
- Rosh Hashana Eve – Israel
- Umhlanga Reed Dance – Eswatini
- Somhlolo Day (Independence Day) – Eswatini
- Armed Forces Day
- Defense Day or Army Day (Pakistan)
- Independence Day (Swaziland), celebrates the independence of Swaziland from the United Kingdom in 1968
- Fight Procrastination Day
- Mouthguard Day – September 6, 2021 (First Monday in September)
- National Coffee Ice Cream Day
- Read a Book Day
- Stillbirth Remembrance Day
More About September
Fun Facts about September
- September is the first month of the Autumn or Fall season.
- Constitution Week takes place in September.
- September (Northern Hemisphere) is similar to March (Southern Hemisphere).
- American college and professional football begin during September.
- Many kids begin the school year during this month.
- Teacher Day is celebrated in India on September 5.
- The Anglo-Saxons also called this month “Gerst Monath“, which meaning barley month. For that reason, they would harvest their barley crops during September.
- September was the month of the Roman god Vulcan (Roman god of fire and the forge), So it is associated with fire because it .
Birth Flower of the Month September
The Birth Flower(s) of September are:
- Aster – symbols of powerful love.
- Morning Glory – simple symbols of affection.
Famous Weddings and Divorces
|1980||Theresa Brasier (81st Prime Minister in UK) marries Philip May (investment banker) at the Church of St. Mary the VIrgin in Wheatley, Oxfordshire|
Famous Births and Deaths on September 6
|1999||Patrick Brasca||Canadian-Taiwanese singer-songwriter|
|1997||Mallory Comerford||American swimmer|
|1990||Matt McAndrew||American singer-songwriter and guitarist|
|1990||John Wall||American basketball player|
|1983||Braun Strowman||American wrestler and strongman|
|1980||Kerry Katona||English singer and actress|
|2015||Martin Milner||American actor|
|2015||Barney Schultz||American baseball player and coach (b. 1926)|
|2015||Calvin J. Spann||American general and pilot (b. 1924)|
|2017||Peter Luck||Australian journalist and television host (b. 1944)|
|2018||Richard DeVos||American billionaire businessman (b. 1926)|
Historical Events (1)
- 2007 – Israel executes the air strike Operation Orchard to destroy a nuclear reactor in Syria.
- 2003 – Mahmoud Abbas resigns from his position of Palestinian Prime Minister.
- 1997 – The Funeral of Diana (Princess of Wales) takes place in London. More than one million people lined the streets and 2.5 billion watched around the world on television.
- 1991 – The Soviet Union recognizes the independence of the Baltic states Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
- 1968 – Swaziland becomes independent.
- 1962 – The U.S government starts the Exercise Spade Fork nuclear readiness drill.
- 1939 – World War II: South Africa declares war on Germany.
- 1642 – England’s Parliament bans public stage-plays.