With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching , mom’s, grand-ma’s and thousands of Americans are busy planning their Thanksgiving dinner. On the other hand anxious dad’s , can’t wait to watch football games all day. These traditions play out in homes across the United states every year. Another fun, tradition is the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. What adult, as a child didn’t watch the” Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade” ? This is the official ushering in of the holiday season instituted by Macy’s Department Stores. What child doesn’t wait anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus , at the end of the parade?
Football , Football, Football
Thanksgiving wouldn’t be complete without NFL football. While mom’s are in the kitchen, preparing The annual feast. Dad’s are sitting on the sofa, sipping beer, or soda, watching the annual marathon of football games. Here is the 2010 Football schedule for Thanksgiving Day Nov 25.
This Thanksgiving The New England Patriot’s square off with-The Detroit Lions in Detroit, 12:30 Pm Eastern on CBS. The New Orleans Saints take on The Dallas Cowboys in Dallas, 4:15 Pm Eastern on FOX. The Cincinnati Bengals clash with the New York Jets in New York, 8:20 Pm Eastern on NFLN.
Thanksgiving Day Parades
The Grand Daddy of them all The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will air November 25, 2010 at 9 am (est) on NBC. With it’s signature massive character balloons, and beautiful floats , and an assortment of entertainers .Oh, and lets not forget ” Santa” The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has something for everyone.
The Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade will air on WGN-TV channel 9 in Chicago. The parade will celebrate its 77Th year. This parade will be broadcast nationally.
The Ameren Missouri Thanksgiving Day Parade. The annual Thanksgiving Day Parade begins on Thanksgiving Day at 8:45 am . The parade is not televised so if your in Ameren this Thanksgiving , this is definitely the place you want to be.
Whether you watch these annual holiday events on television, or you want to brave the elements, this year. One thing is certain. The holiday season has arrived. Enjoy these events that usher in the holiday season , get ready for turkey, pumpkin pie, and just around the corner” Santa Claus.” Happy Holiday’s Everybody!