Grandparents Day is a holiday celebrated in some countries to honor and show appreciation for grandparents and the important role they play in the family. The holiday is typically observed on the first Sunday after Labor Day in the United States, while other countries may celebrate it on different dates.

The idea of a holiday to celebrate grandparents originated in the United States in the 1970s. In 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed a proclamation designating the first Sunday after Labor Day as National Grandparents Day. The holiday has since been celebrated annually in the US and has also been adopted by other countries such as Canada, the UK, and Australia.

Grandparents Day is a time for families to come together to celebrate and honor grandparents. 

Clevelands Grandparents Family Day

Our Annual event is born out of the idea of Grandparents Day, we expand on the idea and include all family members to be a part of a fun fill day full of activities. We provide another opportunity to  spend time together, share experences, memories, and participate in games and other activities.  Our event serves as a reminder of the important role that grandparents play in our lives and the value of intergenerational connections.