In observance of Labor Day, all Arvest branches and the customer service line will be closed on Monday, September 5.
For your convenience, you can bank 24/7 using:
An ATM near you
For some, Labor Day is a weekend of picnics, barbecues, and all “end of summer” activities. For others, it is the start of the fall season and cooler temperatures. Here are some ideas of things to do on Labor Day regardless of which season you are celebrating:
Search for events in your area.
Many cities hold parades, have live music, and other events. Find out what is happening near you and learn how you can participate.
Focus on YOU.
Take time to practice self-care and give yourself time to relax. Slowing down from the hustle and bustle of every day work can take time, so spend this day off unwinding. Do something you enjoy like reading a book, watching your favorite show, or cooking your favorite meal.
Think of those who don’t get the day off.
While many people are off on Labor Day, some may not be. Consider taking treats to local fire departments, police stations, and other businesses. You can even give out hand-written notes thanking those who are working jobs that are essential to our life. This could be people who work in transportation, utilities, or in the community.
However you choose to spend Labor Day, we hope you have a safe and enjoyable weekend. Don’t forget to celebrate and pay tribute to the many working men and women who have contributed to the social and economic achievements of our country.