Some of the best memories can be created in your own backyard.
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You’ve got the day off, might as well throw a party. Put some hot dogs on the grill and invite the neighbors over for a potluck.
You don’t have to go far to scratch the camping itch. Set up the tent in the backyard then count the stars with the fam.
Maybe there’s a local parade or orchestral performance to watch. Find out how your area is celebrating Labor Day, then join in.
Tis the season to light up the beach. Get your permit first, then sit around the fire and tell ghost stories.
Have a projector and a large sheet? Then you’ve got all you need to host a backyard movie. BYOP (bring your own popcorn).
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Lock up the screens and opt outside for a leisurely day enjoying nature with the ones you love.
It’s still pretty hot. Why not cool your crew down by hosting an ice cream social. Set up all the fixings outside for easy clean-up.
Whether it’s on the beach or in the backyard, a bonfire with s’mores fixings is the perfect way to sign off on Labor Day.
It’s a vacation day. Go ahead, hit the snooze button all day long.
Have a watering hole you’ve been itching to introduce the family to? Why not go fishing on Labor Day? Just don’t forget to bring your permit.
Baby, let’s cruise is something you can not only sing but say on Labor Day weekend. Grab your helmets and head out for a two-wheeled adventure.
The Olympics may have wrapped, but the games could just be beginning in your backyard. Set up egg tosses, sprinkler jumps, and dance-offs for a fun family competition.
They say “do good, feel good” so why not get your good on this Labor Day by volunteering your time helping beautify your town?
Whether it’s your nephew’s Little League championship or an AA ballgame, watching baseball is a great way to spend Labor Day.
You don’t need a reservation to hit the open road. Pack a cooler and some snacks and head out for an adventure with the family in tow whether you’re going fruit picking or visiting farm animals.