So you packed your summer out, and just realized that Labor Day came out of nowhere!  Don’t worry – you can still get one more weekend of relaxation in.

Miss Cozy’s Tip of the Day: Labor Day was actually intended as a day of rest, so before you head to the beach or a BBQ, try to sleep in this weekend.  Recent studies have shown that catching up on your sleep can help reverse the effects of sleep deprivation. Getting enough sleep also helps you look more refreshed by reducing dark circles, under-eye puffiness, and bloodshot eyes.

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If you have the chance, try to stop by one of these great events this weekend, brought to you by Miss Cozy:

Atlanta, Georgia – Have you looked at today’s date??  Its 9-02-10!  It shouldn’t go unnoticed!  So SweetWater Brewery has created a 90’s themed event to celebrate.  Hosted by Metromix and SweetWater, tonight the Peach Pit comes to Atlanta for an all out 90’s bash – to celebrate America’s favorite past time: 90210!  Go big or go home and dress up like Kelly, Steve, David, Donna, Brandon, Dylan, Valerie or Andrea, because everyone in costume will receive half off their entrance fee.  (You must be 21+ – Entrance is $8)  The theme is original 90210, so the more 90’s the better: Jean jackets, gelled hair and mini dresses are not only appropriate, they are highly encouraged.  Get some SweetWater goodies for the best dressed and best looking couple.  SweetWater Brewery is located at 195 Ottley Drive Northeast – Atlanta. For more information visit

Phoenix, Arizona – Kick off Hispanic Heritage month this Saturday, September 4th 2010 from 11 am to 6 pm, as the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce sponsors the annual 21st Fiesta de Septiembre. The event takes place in Historic downtown Wickenburg, and includes Mariachi groups, folklorico dancers, salsa and margarita contests, outdoor mercado, food and beverage cantina, historic photo exhibits, and a food fair!  Wickenburg Community Center 160 N. Valentine Street. For more information visit

Boston, Massachusetts – If you’re in Boston this weekend, the one event to check out is their traditional Gloucester Schooner Festival.  This 26th annual schooner festival takes place in America’s oldest seaport. Running from September 3rd until September 6th, close to 50 ships are expected to participate in two days of racing, celebration and events, including Sunday’s “Mayor’s Race.” Sponsored by Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, enjoy a full schedule of activities from sailing, tours, fireworks display over Gloucester Harbor, a festival party, and more! For more information visit

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Stop by the 45th Annual Polish-American Family Festival and County Fair to enjoy a three-day festival of all things Polish. Running from September 4th until September 6th 2010, this event is infused with the Polish spirit, featuring vendors, kielbasa, pierogi, loads of entertainment (yes, there’s polka), and much more. Located at 654 Ferry Road Doylestown, PA 18901. For more information vist

Columbus, Ohio – The mission of the Native American Indian Center is to preserve, protect and promote Native American culture, spirituality and philosophy. This has been accomplished through traditional Powwow’s, as they are the greatest expression of Native American Indian art. Join them during their traditional Labor Day Powwow, to encompass the values, traditions and spirituality of many native cultures. This weekend, from September 4th until September 6th 2010, enjoy traditions including Native American dancing, singing, food and crafts.  Located at Franklin County Fairgrounds, 4100 Columbia St., Hilliard – Weekend pass: $15, Adults: $7. For more information visit

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