What is thanksgiving all about 2015: Everything about Thanksgiving

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What is thanksgiving?

 

Thanksgiving day is a festival in united states. As it reflects from its name it is a day for thanking for what we have. Once a year, on Thanksgiving, American families get together to enjoy turkey, pumpkin pie, parades and American football.

Why it is being celebrated?

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Thanksgiving Day in the United States is traditionally a holiday to give thanks for the food collected at the end of the harvest season.

How it is celebrated?

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It is basically a traditional day for families and friends to get together for a special meal that includes mainly a turkey then stuffing potatoes, cranberry sauce, gravy, pumpkin pie, and vegetables. Also enjoy parades and football match and travelling.

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When is Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday of November. This year that falls on Thursday, November 26th 2015. Every November, the US celebrates Thanksgiving Day – a national holiday when families come together to share food, enjoy parades and watch American football.

What happens on thanksgiving and What people do on thanksgiving day?

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To enjoy this festival some cities and towns held parades. It is also a season and very popular for four day holiday in which most of the families plan their trip to meet others and spending their vacation. This Day is one of the busiest periods for travel in the USA, because of Seasonal parades and football games. Almost all of the government offices, businesses, schools and other organizations are closed on This day.


 

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