Spring Day Celebrations

International Workers Day

Labor Day stems from the efforts of the labor union movement to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. Some labor groups around the world organize parades or protests to promote and protect workers' rights. In Mexico, for example, Primero de Mayo is a national holiday and traditionally features rallies and demonstrations in many cities.

Spring Day Celebrations

Prior to the economic reason for Labour Day, 1st May was also a celebration. May Day traditions are celebrated across the world to mark the start of spring.

In the United Kingdom, May Day is still celebrated in many towns with the crowning of the May Queen. Maypoles can still be found in some towns, and May Day traditions may include hobby horses and local people dressed in costumes. In Oxford, traditions for May Day celebrations are upheld even today, starting with the choir of Magdalen College singing from the top of the chapel tower.

In Hawaii, May Day is known as Lei Day to celebrate the island’s culture. In Finland, May 1 is celebrated as vappu, a day to honor both workers and students. Traditionally, vappu is a day to party, dress up in outrageous outfits, drink sima (mead), and eat tippaleipä (funnel cakes).

In this spring season, do everything that makes us happy. In any case, we should enjoy life.

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