Thanksgiving in New York City

Helping a Food Pantry This Thanksgiving

Supporting a food pantry is a great way to help New Yorker in need. It’s also an easy way for kids to learn about the importance of helping others. A food drive is a great way to involve even young children. You can collect food as a family, with a group of friends or in your child’s class at school. Here are some local food pantries to consider...

 

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The Thanksgiving Day Parade: So Worth It

Here are PSP member’s best tips for seeing parade with kids

 

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Don't be a Traffic Turkey this Thanksgiving

Tips for traveling in and out of New York and the 'Slope over the Thanksgiving period.

 

 

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Beware of Deceitful Turkeys

An excerpt from Hunting the Deceitful Turkey, by Mark Twain

 

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The Night Before The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Watch the Balloon Inflation

Get a sneak peek of the Macy's Day Parade & watching the balloons get inflated the afternoon before! Many PSP Members suggest this as a great alternative to the Parade watching experience.  Here are tips, information & more... 

 

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Thanksgiving in Brooklyn: Turkey Trots

 Don't feel guilty about that extra slice (or 2, 3....) of Pumpkin Pie ever again & go on a race or run (or as they're called: a TURKEY TROT) in Brooklyn.  Here is a round up of races to get you more than ready for that Thanksgiving dinner...

 

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Thanksgiving in Brooklyn: Volunteering Suggestions

In addition to THIS PSP article about helping local food pantries over the Holidays, here are some resources & tips to guide you about volunteering this Thanksgiving.

 

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Thanksgiving at Home

Parents share their cooking tips, recipes, decoration ideas & more for making a fun and festive Thanksgiving Dinner at home...

 

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