Labor Day is a North America exclusive event that happens annually on the first Monday in September. At the event plaza, Isabelle will be standing by a cutout standee of three people having a barbecue and playing what appears to be badminton. She will give the player a Picnic Basket to mark the ocassion.
Seeing as it's the first Monday of every September, the date will vary from year to year. Below is a brief list of dates that Labor Day will fall on.
- September 7, 2015
- September 5, 2016
- September 4, 2017
- September 3, 2018
- September 2, 2019
- September 7, 2020
- September 6, 2021
In real life
In the United States, Labor Day is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It establishes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of their country.
To most Americans, Labor Day marks the symbolic end of the summer. The weekend before Labor Day has become an important sale weekend to many retailers in the United States, possibly even the largest sales date of the year, aside from Black Friday. Ironically, due to the importance of Labor Day weekend, employees in retail usually work longer hours on Labor Day.
Most American schools start school the day after Labor Day.