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Lighten Up Your Busy Thanksgiving Morning

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is held on Thanksgiving morning. The parade is held in New York City. It starts out at 77th street and Central Park, the parade then makes its way to Macy’s in Herald Square (which is the original Macy’s store).

You can watch the parade being televised on NBC. The parade starts at approximately 9am. If you want to get a good viewing of the parade, I suggest getting there at around 6:30am. Click here to see a map of the parade route.

Every year there are performaces at the parade. This year there will be performances by Mary J. Blige, Cee Lo Green, Cobra Starship, Avril Lavigne, and more.

New York Magazine has a good article if you are interested in attending the parade. It gives information and tips about attending the parade.

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Grand Central Holiday Fair

In Grand Central‘s Vanderbilt Hall there is a Holiday Fair held between Nov. 15-Dec. 24 and open from 11am-9pm. The holiday fair had a variety of types vendors including jewelery, wearable art, clothing, and home decor. The fair has booths set up for many vendors including Aviva Stanoff, Karen Curtis, Jessie Girl Clothing, Christina World, Song of Silk, Tanjore, and others.

As soon as you walk toward the Vanderbilt Hall you see the Aviva Stanoff and Karen Curtis booths.

Christina’s World had amazing hand painted glass ornaments.

Easy Turkey Decoration

Here is another easy craft to do, this one is a turkey. This craft is recommended for children 6 and up, but adults can do it also. Unlike some crafts, this craft doesn’t necessarily look cheap or even like a craft. Click the image below to go to the website to learn more on how to make these turkeys.

A cute touch to Thanksgiving dinner

Here is a craft that is easy to do and will allow you to personalize thanksgiving dinner. It is easy to do and shouldn’t take a lot of time. I found this craft on Disney’s Family Fun website.

Some Simple Thanksgiving Decorating

There are a lot of ways you can decorate for Thanksgiving. The easy ways are leaving out your old pumpkins and gourds that were left over from Halloween or go out and buy some. You can find them in most super markets around this time.  You could also go out and buy a blow up turkey. You can buy some Indian corn and hang it anywhere in your house.

A cart of gourds, perfect for Thanksgiving

Inflatable Turkey

Indian Corn