On Friday, April 30, Mexico celebrates Dia del Niño y la Niña (Children’s Day). This will be the second year in a row that we will celebrate under the ugly shade of the pandemic. Traditionally, we wake up our kids to find a new toy and take them to lunch to eat their favorite food. Then on Saturday May 1st, most of the world Celebrates Labor Day, which is an International Holiday. If you are an employer, it is mandatory that you give your workers the day off or pay them triple salary.
Seen mostly as a Communist celebration, in the United States, Canada, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Canal Zone, and the Virgin Islands it is celebrated as Labor Day on the first Monday in September.