Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo History

Cinco de Mayo may be well known to many for drinking margaritas and feasting on tacos. This day is more than just a day to indulge in Mexican specialties, but a day to celebrate Mexican culture. Today’s celebrations of Cinco de Mayo typically include parades, mariachi music performances, and street festivals. Many people’s idea of […]

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Labor Day History

Labor Day is always observed on the first Monday in September and usually, symbolizes the end of summer for many Americans. This American holiday celebrates and pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. The holiday was created through the labor movement in the late 19th century. Labor Day did not become a federal […]

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Memorial Day History

Summer thoughts always seem to come to mind when Memorial Day comes around. This holiday to many unofficially marks the beginning of the summer even though summer actually begins in June. Memorial Day is an American holiday that is observed on the last Monday of May. The holiday serves as a day of observance and […]

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