3 Easy Ways to Celebrate Labor Day 2020
July 20, 2020
These are the essentials to hosting a Labor Day celebration.
Since 1894, Labor Day has been nationally observed as the “workingman’s holiday.” This Monday holiday got its start in New York in 1882 when Peter J. McGuire suggested a day to celebrate the working class, an act that would begin to change the average work day for Americans from 72 hour work week to the modern 40 hour work week - something to truly celebrate.
Now the holiday is commonly celebrated as the official end to the hot summer months. From BBQ with family to sharing a fireworks display with the neighborhood, your 2020 Labor Day will be the best yet. We have listed out the top 3 essentials to hosting a Labor Day celebration.
Though it marks the end of summer, Labor Day weekend is known to be a hot and sticky weekend. If you don’t have a pool in your backyard or a lake house, pull out the sprinklers and slip n’ slides for the kids to run around in. Also, don’t forget to stay hydrated!
The cornerstone of a great celebration is the food. Pour some strawberry lemonade , fire up the grill, and slice up the apple pie! If cooking isn’t your strong suit, order in pre-packaged meals from a local grocery store - perfect for maintaining social distancing and a stress free meal - it’s your day off!
Honor the working men and women this Labor Day by putting on your own backyard fireworks display.
Not a professional shooter? Don’t worry! Choose from our pre designed firework displays like Tim’s 5-Minute Show and Tim’s 10 Minute Show. Take the guesswork out of how to set up a top notch show and follow the step by step instructions.
End the holiday by lighting up the sky with a display that will make your friends and family think you spent quarantine becoming a professional fireworks shooter.