Labor Day Events: How to spend your day off

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(WHNT) – Millions of Americans are looking forward to a day off work.  If you’re one of them, we have some ideas to help you enjoy the day.

Some of these events do charge, but others are free.

We’ll start with the Huntsville Stars which are coming to the end of their time at Joe Davis Stadium.

Huntsville Stars

This Labor Day is the regular-season last home game for the Stars.

First pitch against the Mississippi Braves is set for 1:00 p.m. Monday.

All seats are general admission.   Adults are $8, children 12 and under, as well as seniors and military members, are $6.

Point Mallard

Labor Day is also your last chance to cool off at Point Mallard this season.

The Decatur water park is shutting down Tuesday.

Labor Day hours are 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Regular admission rates apply.

Labor Day Parade

If you’re looking for some free-fun for Labor Day, the Shoals Labor Council is sponsoring a parade in Tuscumbia.
There will be events going on all day at Spring Park.

Mule Days
There’s also Mule Days in Ider.

Northeast Alabama State Fair

The annual event starts at 9:30 a.m.  There will be a parade of mules, horses, carriages and antique tractors.
children’s games and more.  Admission is $2.  Children five and under are free.

Labor Day is also the last day of the 53rd annual Northeast Alabama State Fair at Huntsville’s John Hunt Park.

The fair includes also includes a circus stunt show, a clown show, a petting zoo and plenty of rides.

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