Thanksgiving, as it been celebrated today, according to some historians, stemmed from cultures and traditions of the Pilgrims and Puritans. Making it a celebration of two traditions. The New England custom of rejoicing after a successful harvest and the religious Puritan Thanksgiving, characterized by observance of feast and prayers.
Thanksgiving, generally, is celebration of: symbolism, legends, traditions, Turkey meals, Potatoes, Pumpkin pies, bread stuffing, cranberries stuffs amongst many others. One of the unique events of Thanks giving in New York is "Macys Thanksgiving Parade". Also known as "Thanksgiving parade". For more reading, Go to: https://www.britannica.com/topic/Thanksgiving-Day
Date: Thursday, November 26, 2020
Thanksgiving parade Route: Uptown Manhattan down to Midtown Manhattan. Usually, Start from West 77th Street & Central Park West. Travel towards Columbus Circle and then straight down 6th Ave all the way to Macy’s store at Herald Square.
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