Labor Day 2021
As summer comes to an end, many of us will take one last three-day weekend before the busyness of fall takes over. This year Labor Day is on Monday September 6th and is the only federal holiday in September. Most banks, schools, state and federal offices will be closed. Many private sector businesses will also close to observe the holiday.
Labor Day was declared a national holiday on June 28, 1894 when President Grover Cleveland signed the bill into law. The purpose of Labor Day is to celebrate and honor the contributions of workers to the US economy.
Labor Day is celebrated in towns across the US with parades, picnics, and barbecues. For many Americans, it represents the end of summer and the start to the back-to-school season.
Our office will be closed on September 6th to allow our employees to enjoy the holiday with family and friends. We will return to the office on Tuesday, September 7th to resume normal business hours. For information on other upcoming holidays, check out our Federal and Business holiday calendars.