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2020 has been a strange year but if there’s one thing we can count on – it’s Christmas lights. Here is your go-to list of the best Christmas Light Displays in and around Baltimore 2020.
Are you stuck at home with your kids? You’ll love these ideas to keep them busy all day long! It’s easy to draw a blank when you need several activities for kids at home to choose from that don’t involve tablets or video games. Here’s a list of indoor and outdoor activities to make it easier for you on those long days.
The Avenue at White Marsh has new restaurants coming this Fall! In place of where the Tex-Mex restaurant food chain Don Pablos was, there will now be Wayward Smokehouse & The Curious Oyster. This dual concept restaurant and bar will be family friendly and have outdoor seating. The Grand Opening celebration will be on November 2nd!
The Abby Cobb Home Team decided on creating a video on women empowerment involving the Girls FCUSA Soccer Club, featuring the song “Fight Song”. We chose that song to show girls and women that they can be encouraging, supportive, and empowering to other women everywhere they go.
For many of us, the meaning of Thanksgiving usually includes four day weekends, feasting, football games, floats, and an introduction to Christmas festivities. The first Thanksgiving was neither a feast or holiday. It didn’t actually become a legal holiday until 1941. Following the Mayflower’s arrival at Plymouth Rock in 1620, the Pilgrims suffered the loss of 46 of their original 102 colonists. The remaining Pilgrims were able to survive the winter with the help of Indians, ending in a traditional English harvest festival in 1621 that lasted three days.
In June 1676, the community of Charlestown, Massachusetts proclaimed a day of thanksgiving for their good fortune. This day was not celebrated with the Indians since the colonists had a recent victory over the “heathen natives”. Over one hundred years later, all 13 colonies participated in a Thanksgiving feast.
We all love the different food we get to enjoy on Thanksgiving. The one day of the year that we don’t regret eating too much! Here are a few recipes to get you started for your day of festivities!