Labor Day is held on the first Monday of September every year. It marks the end of summer for many and hence is a day to relax and enjoy for the most of us. This day also comes as the last chance for people to make trips, or hold outdoor events before school reopens.
A few low key events and public celebrations such as fireworks display, barbecues and picnics are a norm on this day. However, most families prefer organizing a cook out as Labor Day comes as a perfect day to enjoy time with family and friends.
It would only be right to say that nothing makes us happier than enjoying a party with our loved ones however, we all must make ourselves and our near and dear ones aware, and conscious towards keeping our surroundings nature-friendly and clean. I hope you all enjoyed this holiday with family and friends.
Patriot Day on the other hand is observed on the 11th of September, in memory of the 2977 brave hearts who lost their lives in the wake of the unfortunate terrorist attack that shook the entire world. It is not a public holiday but a day of service and remembrance for all of us and an example of our country’s strength and unity. The flag of the United States of America should be displayed on the homes of Americans, the White House and all United States government buildings in the whole world and flown at half-staff as a mark of respect.
Patriot Day should not be confused with Patriot’s Day, also known as Patriots Day, which commemorates the battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775, which were two of the earliest battles in the American Revolutionary War.