LABOR DAY 2019: CELEBRATE WITH THESE GREAT UNION-MADE EVENTS!

On Monday, September 2, we celebrate the achievements of the union movement – safe work places, the 8-hour workday, collective bargaining contracts that build our middle class -- and we pledge to keep up the fight for all working people. We stand together, united for the freedom of every worker to collectively bargain together for a better life.

Celebrate Labor Day on September 2. Join with union brothers and sisters and community members around the state as we honor all who labor at these great union-made events in Wisconsin. 

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Milwaukee

Monday, September 2

Parade kicks off at 11:00am from Zeidler Union Square, 301 W. Michigan St. Milwaukee.

Parade will end at Labor Fest from 11am-5pm at the Summerfest Grounds, 200 N. Harbor Dr.

Free admission for the whole family.

Hosted by Milwaukee Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 

Madison

Monday, September 2

12 PM – 3:30 PM at the Madison Labor Temple, 1602 S Park St.

Free and open to the public. Family-friendly activities include magic shows, face painting, a bounce house, balloon twister, and a caricature artist.

SCFL's Community Services Committee will be collecting deodorant, small bottles of laundry detergent, liquid body wash, shampoo, hand/body lotion, and food gift cards for homeless students in the Madison area. 

Hosted by South Central Federation of Labor

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La Crosse

Monday, September 2

10 AM – 3 PM

Parade starts at 10 am at Gillette Street and Kane Street. 

Food, drinks, BINGO & games follow (11 am) at Copeland Park, 1130 Copeland Park Drive.

Hosted by Western Wisconsin AFL-CIO

Eau Claire

Monday, September 2

Solidarity Walk, 10:30 a.m. at Gray Street Parking Lot.

Rally at 11:05 a.m. at Phoenix Park Pavilion, Downtown Eau Claire.

Noon to 3:00 p.m. picnic, kids’ games and raffles. Please bring packaged item to share and non-perishable to donate.

Hosted by the Greater West Central Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 

Kenosha

Monday, September 2

11am to 5pm, St. Therese Festival Grounds, 2020 91st street in Kenosha

Live music, food and beverage, kids area, prizes and raffles.

Hosted by the Kenosha County AFL-CIO

 


Janesville

Janesville LaborFest 2019 NEW LOCATION at the Town Square Pavilion, 69 S River St.

Sunday, Sept. 1 from 11AM – 9PM

Monday, Sept. 2 from 11AM at 7PM

Parade:  Monday, Sept. 2 at 1 PM – 3 PM, downtown Janesville

More information at laborfest.org

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Monday, September 2

9 AM – 5 PM, Caledonia-Mt.Pleasant Memorial Park, 9416 Northwestern Ave, Franksville, Wisconsin 53126

Please bring 3 nonperishable food items for the Racine County Food Bank. This will entitle you to a plate of food and 2 free drinks.

Hosted by Racine County Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 


Wausau

Monday, September 2

Line up for parade is at 3pm from 3rd Ave to Cherry St. along West Wausau Ave.

Parade starts at 4:00pm and will go down 3rd Ave and end at the Wausau Labor Temple.

Hosted by the Marathon County Central Labor Council AFL-CIO

 

Fond du Lac

Monday, September 2

9:30 am parade line-up. 11:00 am parade starts, beginning at Rees and Main Street traveling north on Main Street past Scott Street.

Noon to 5pm picnic at Oven Island at Lakeside Park, 555 N. Park Avenue.

There will be live music. This event is open to the public. Food and refreshments will be sold with proceeds from the parade and picnic going to local charities and organizations.

Hosted by the Fond du Lac County Labor Council, AFL-CIO


IMG_1536Green Bay

Monday, September 2

11am -4:30 p.m., Bay Beach Shelter #1 and #2: 1313 Bay Beach Rd, Green Bay, WI 54302

Cost: Adults $10.00; Kids (13-20) $10.00; Kids (3-12) $5.00; Kids Under 3 Free
Family Package (2 Adults, 4 Kids) $25.00. Ticket includes: beverages, 1-2 meat coupons, chip coupon, dessert coupon and adult or kids game tickets. Proceeds from the picnic are donated to food pantries and homeless shelters in our area.

Hosted by the Greater Green Bay Labor Council, AFL-CIO 

Fox Valley

Monday, September 2

Parade 10 am. Menasha (Racine & Broad St.) through Neenah (Downtown).

Festival: 11-5 PM at the Neenah Labor Temple, 157 N Green Bay Rd, Neenah WI 54956

12 noon- 5 PM – Live Music TIME MACHINE

11 AM-5 PM Festival: Corn Roast, Food, Beverage Tent, Raffles, Family Fun Bouncers, Slushies, Face Painting, Balloons, Rummage & Crafts. Free admission and public welcome.

Hosted by the Fox Valley Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO

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Monday, September 2

11am-5pm at South Park: W South Park Ave and Georgia Street.

Car Show, food, music by Fork in the Road, raffles and free books for children donated by the Labor Council.

Hosted by The Winnebago County Labor Council, AFL-CIO

 

Marinette

Monday, September 2

12:00 PM

Labor Day Picnic at Marinette City Park, Carney Ave