September is the night month in the present calendar though it was the seventh month in the roman dated calendar. The month kept the name from the Roman calendar and the month holds a lot of importance for many. September was named at a time when the calendar year began with March, as its first month, which is why its name usually do not correspond with its placement in the Julian and Gregorian calendars.
September was the seventh month was listed of 30 days in older versions of the Roman calendar that was prepared. However, it became the ninth month with a length of 29 days after the months of January and February had been added to the calendar. “Julius Caesar” the great dramatist added one day to the month and designed it to 30 days long during the Julian calendar reform.
There are various functions that are organized during this month. There are various important dates as well. Labor Day is usually celebrated on the first Monday of this month. The first Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882. This holiday was actually observed on the Central Labor Union of New York’s own authority. Local governmental recognition had begun about 3 years later. In 1894 the day was established by various political parties and named as a holiday on the calendar. The day was marked to recognize and commemorate various accomplishments of the workers. It is now observed by various barbecues and people also enjoy it as mini9 vacations. It is also celebrated as a month that has the perfect weather and also scopes for attending various occasions. The month offers an individual to celebrate the best days and also makes out time for people who like to stay together. Choosing the perfect days to celebrate the year ending offers an individuals with the scope to mark the year ending in a perfect note.