The Labor Day Flyers are available below free to download and print 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at your convenience. We have the Labor Day Fundraiser Flyer, and two different Labor Day Picnic Flyers to use for your Labor Day activities at church events, Sunday School, Children's Ministry or at home.
The printable and editable flyers below are great tools to use for your church Labor Day activities such as a Labor Day Picnic flyers to help spread the word to every church member or even your local community.
In this economy today churches are looking to find any way to do fundraisers to raise money for their church or cause. The Labor Day Fundraiser Flyer (above) is a very great tool to use to raise money for your church to get a great turn out for your church picnic.
Don't forget the true meaning of Labor Day is to honor the working people of this country. This is a special day to set aside and to enjoy it with family, friends and/or church family. Forget working for one day if it's possible and enjoy your Labor Day with your family and friends. Just kick back at the lake, ocean, park, friend or family's home or where ever you enjoy yourself the most and forget about work and enjoy.
Labor Day History
Labor Day is a legal holiday in the United States of America. The first Monday in September it's celebrated as a day for America to honor it's workers.
Some local communities have Labor Day parades and sometimes their politicians give speeches. But the first Labor Day celebration in the United States wasn't about family and fun, instead, it was about how to make life better for America's working class.
Countries all over the world have labor day but not necessarily on the same day. Besides the U.S., Canada is the only country that observes Labor Day the first Monday in September. China, India and many European countries choose to honor workers on May 1st (International Worker's Day). New Zealand celebrates Labor Day on the 4th Monday of October. Australia allows states and territories to schedule their own observances.
Click on the link(s) to download the Labor Day flyers below: