Scope out the room to help visualize where things will be placed and any objects that may be in the way. Music can be used in a variety of ways from dance to theme music and for various games that might be time based in nature. The use of a tablecloth to cover up the table below can be done for cleaning purposes to bringing color to the decor setting.
Labor Day Party Games
Labor Day Weekend
games need to be short little
fillers since your guests will be busy watching the game, eating and
drinking. So here are some quick but fun Labor Day Weekend game ideas:
Labor Day Game Board
Divide the guests into 2 teams....make a
"game board" with poster board and post it notes. Have general
cooking questions, questions about your friends/family/company, just whatever you'd
like to have talked about....the game can be as long or as
short as you'd like just adjust the number of questions. Give the
winning team GREAT party favors and the second place team lesser favors,
but give something to everyone...It's been a huge hit at my parties!!
Without a Pair
The players make 2 circles: the inner one and the
outer one. In the inner circle the number of the players is more by one
than in the outer circle. As the music plays all the players walk to the
right. As the music stops the players must make pairs. The player who
hasn't pair fulfils any task. Then the game continues.
Who is He/She?
As the guests are given the
envelopes. The boys are given blue envelopes, the girls white ones. In
all the envelopes there are halves of the cards and leaflets with the
following text: "In the envelope there is a half of the card. The
missing part of it has someone who is present here. Try to find him/her.
The first 3 pairs get prizes. Good luck!" it's better to use cards
with the pictures of flowers in this game. Cut the cards in zigzag line.
Then put the halves - one into the white envelope and another into the
blue one. You may manage without the envelopes. In this case put a
poster with the rules of the game on the wall.
Lots more Free Labor Day Games Host a backyard bash. If you know local talent, you can invite them to perform. Invite friends, family, neighbors and anyone else you can think of and hold a mini concert. Not only is this fun, but local talent gets recognition as well.
Did you know the first Labor Day parade was sponsored by the Central Labor Union in New York City on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1882? It included as many as ten thousand working people. After the celebration, many other states began to recognize the holiday.
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