Labor Day has been celebrated since 1894 as a result of the labor movement in the 19th century. It is a day to celebrate to the great achievements and hard work of the American work force. Labor Day was proposed as a way for American workers in the late 1800's to protest the harsh working conditions and twelve hours a day, seven days a week work weeks. People at this time worked extremely hard just to make ends meet. Congress made Labor Day an official holiday on June 28th, 1894 as a day dedicated to the American workforce. As you relax by the pool this weekend, remember strides people before us made to improve our working conditions today. Have a wonderful Labor Day holiday!
E.G.Geller will be open Labor Day 12:00pm-5:00pm
Come celebrate with us!