We all love a good federal holiday if it means the chance for a long weekend away from work and to indulge in some fun celebrations. Many of the holidays celebrated each year have been around for a long time. But, there is one that only joined the list in 2021.
Origins of Labor Day Labor Day is a known holiday across the United States. Taking place on the first Monday every September, it is considered an annual celebration of American workers’ economic and social achievements. Many are unaware, but this holiday has its roots firmly embedded within the late nineteenth century. This was when labor […]
Federal holidays are eagerly anticipated days of the year for those who get time off. Those that don’t can still find ways to celebrate the occasions in their own way. But what are the federal holidays?
There are many national holidays in America, but two appear to have similar themes. One is Memorial Day, and the other is Veterans Day. How does Veterans Day differ from Memorial Day? And, how does it relate to Armistice Day on the same date?
On the 11th of November, citizens across the United States enjoy the federal holiday of Veterans Day. But, this date is also associated with Armistice Day. So, what is the difference between the two, and what is the significance of this day in the country? Can we celebrate both?
It’s taught in every American school that the Thanksgiving holiday we all know and love today was originally based on a festival that happened between the Wampanoag Native American Tribe and the pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Today, we celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November. However, in 1621 it’s believed that the festival took place a little earlier in the year to celebrate the harvest.