Celebrated annually on the first Monday of September, Labor Day signifies both the end of summer and the beginning of autumn.
Labor Day celebrates the people who work hard to make our lives better. This holiday wasn’t initially created to celebrate farmers. Now events across the country do just that.
This holiday weekend, thank the farmers and farmworkers who work tirelessly to provide us with food. We are grateful to the individuals who worked hard to bring us an ample harvest.
Happy Labor Day, please continue to show your support for local farms and small businesses by stopping by Market in the Valley this Sunday.
Parking is limited, so consider carpooling or if you are local, gather up the family and walk on down.