By Greg Hambrick
Of the many busy weekends this summer, it's easy to see why Labor Day is full of things to do.
Some communities are recognizing the spirt of the American worker. Others are commemorating the unofficial end to summer and the start of another school year.
Labor Day is September 2. Hosting a parade, festival or community picnic? Let Patch readers know what your group is doing for the holiday weekend.
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