Labor Day is a time to celebrate the contributions workers have given over the years. In the early part of the 19th century labor unions started growing. As the labor movement grew, so did the movement to have the federally recognized holiday called labor day. Labor day has also been called the unofficial end of summer because many fall activities start again. However summer officially ends around September 20th. There is a lot of history that follows this holiday but most of all we want to say Thank you to all the individuals who helped build this great nation through their time, effort, and labor. Thanks Again.