Category Archive: Thanksgiving

Nov 13

Thanksgiving Cardboard Craft Project

This cute craft project is fun to make and only requires a few inexpensive supplies.  The kids will love making these adorable decorations for Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving Cardboard Craft Project – Native American and Pilgrim Decorations What you’ll need: 2 empty toilet paper rolls Construction paper in different colors, including, black, white, yellow, tan/skin colored, and peach …

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Nov 05

Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade – Charter To NYC’s Biggest Event

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade has been a staple each year since 1924. Although it started as a way to get people excited about the store and the first parade was actually at Christmas rather than Thanksgiving, whatever they did worked as today over 3.5 million attend annually and another 50 million watch from the comfort …

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Nov 05

The First Thanksgiving in Cape Cod – A Bit of Thanksgiving History

A Cape Cod Thanksgiving brings about a certain nostalgia. As you and your family get ready to feast on turkey and more, take a moment to think back on what the first Thanksgiving might have been like. On Cape Cod, the first Thanksgiving feast could have happened mere miles away, right in Plymouth, MA. Facts …

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Oct 02

Top 3 Thanksgiving Hosting Tips

Whether it’s your first or twentieth time hosting loved ones for Thanksgiving, everyone can use some extra advice on making the event super special and delicious. Don’t fret and get on track easily with these three hosting tips for both traditional and modern décor schemes: 1. Welcome guests with sights and scents that please. Before …

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Nov 15

5 Facts About Thanksgiving

This year, gather around the family table and spread some knowledge about Thanksgiving! If you thought you knew all there was to know about this holiday then prepare to be entertained with these 5 facts! The date of Thanksgiving was once changed. Franklin D. Roosevelt once changed the traditional date of Thanksgiving to help boost …

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Nov 15

3 Alternative Ways To Celebrate Thanksgiving

If you are craving a change in tradition rather than just a slice of pie this holiday season then here are 3 great ways to keep Turkey day fun and exciting! Host a cocktail party! Instead of setting the table with plates of food, invite a mixologist into your home. This holiday is always centered …

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Nov 07

NYC Insider Tips on Thanksgiving in New York City – Macy’s Parade and Map Where to Stay and Eat

Thanksgiving in New York City can be a wonderful experience if you plan it correctly. These NYC Insider Tips will keep you from being one of those tourists I see all the time who have not planned accordingly for their holiday and are left wandering around in the cold or rain, with their poor children, …

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Nov 27

Thanksgiving Traditions

Every family has their own traditions, whether it is a yearly trip to Uncle Sam’s Fried Chicken Hut or a reunion up at the cabin, it is just a tradition but one holiday that seems to be filled with tradition is Thanksgiving. Over the years, I have noticed a lot of traditions that my own …

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Sep 25

A Thanksgiving Welcome

Many people have come to the belief that Thanksgiving is a holiday about food. I mean, what do we really celebrate on the day? We gather as a family, or with friends, and sit around a gigantic bird that is slathered in grease and stuffed with bread crumbs and we say thanks before devouring the …

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Aug 25

Be Chic and Crafty with Thanksgiving Dessert in a Jar

Be chic and crafty with Thanksgiving dessert in a jar Add just the right amount of country charm to your Thanksgiving with these decadent dark chocolate cakes served in Mason jars. They taste just as good as they look, and can also be offered as festive gifts for your family and friends. Dark Chocolate Mint …

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