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Kid-Friendly Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving in Orlando: Thanksgiving Meals at Orlando Theme Parks

Restaurants open on Thanksgiving in Orlando offer families the chance to breathe a bit when it comes to cooking and cleaning. Whether your family is vacationing in Orlando for the Thanksgiving holiday, or you live local and want a traditional Thanksgiving meal without the stress of prep, we’ve rounded up some of the best, family-friendly Orlando restaurants that

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Cute Clown Puppet Craft Made from Paint Sticks

This super simple stick puppet craft makes the cutest clown puppet! Kids of all ages will have fun creating a clown puppet on a stick…a paint stick. You can use our printable clown template or create your own. Make these easy clown puppets at home or in the classroom. Clown Puppet Craft for Kids I…

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Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade 2022: Start Time, Parade Route, and Info

Revelers can once again line the city’s streets for this year’s Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade. Celebrating more than 100 years, the Philly parade is one of the oldest local holiday traditions. Giant floats of every variety, bands, dancers, and, of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus, will join the route to help the City of Brotherly Love kick off the holiday season. Venturing

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35 Fun Thanksgiving Art Activities For Toddlers

Today we have 35 fun Thanksgiving art activities for toddlers from all over the internet and beyond. From traditional turkey art projects to paper plate crafts, we have fun Thanksgiving crafts for kids of all ages. There is so much fun to be had with Thanksgiving art activities because the holiday season brings with it…

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Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience Brings a Magical Walk-Through to the DC Area

Harry Potter fans, rejoice! A portion of Morven Park in Leesburg, Virginia has transformed into Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience, a magical walk-through that takes guests along a nighttime woodland trail filled with creatures, characters, and scenes from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films. Spectacular lighting and sound effects, mist, and interactive elements

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Kid-Friendly Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving in Atlanta

Instead of wearing yourself out by hosting turkey day this year, consider dining at restaurants open on Thanksgiving in Atlanta instead. You get to skip waiting in grocery lines, polishing the silver, cooking multiple items to please everyone, and cleaning up after everyone finishes.   Got a picky eater who doesn’t love traditional Thanksgiving fare? We’ve included

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Free in November: 35+ Things To Do in New Jersey with Kids

The many FREE events in New Jersey are among the things to be thankful for in November. Stop by late fall festival freebies like the Day of the Dead Community Festival, Healthy HeARTS Festival, and Fall Festival at Adventure Sports & Entertainment. Or check out one of the Garden State’s stunning FREE holiday light celebrations, including tree-lighting events

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Free Things to Do with Houston Kids in November

Looking for free things to do in November in Houston? Check out our list of kid-friendly free events in Houston. November is here, and that means we’re all trucking along through the month in anticipation of putting on our stretchy pants and indulging in lots of good eats and treats in celebration of Thanksgiving. However,

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Free in November: Things to do with Connecticut Kids

Autumn is in full swing, and parents are looking for fun and FREE things to do in Connecticut with kids. We’ve rounded up November activities that won’t force them to bust open the piggy banks. There is a lot of variety this month to choose from, including a huge parade, a celebration of Veteran’s Day and a leadership

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Free in November: Veterans Day Parades, Fireworks, and More Free Things To Do in Los Angeles With Kids

The pumpkins are slowly rolling away from the patch, only to be replaced with Christmas trees. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it can easily become the most expensive time of the year, too. Due to that shocking Thanksgiving turkey price tag (thanks, inflation), that upcoming black Friday haul, and the new hoodies the kids need

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