The "private" Thanksgiving Day is a holiday created by the American people to celebrate a good harvest and it is also a holiday for American families to get together. Initially, there was no fixed date for Thanksgiving, which was decided temporarily by the states of the United States. Until the independence of the United States, President Lincoln declared it a national holiday. Later, the US Congress officially designated the fourth Thursday of November each year as "Thanksgiving Day." This holiday generally lasts from Thursday to Sunday. Now, in fact, Thanksgiving Day is usually a holiday shared by the United States and Canada, but the date is different. After several changes in each era, Thanksgiving Day in Canada is finally set to be the second Monday in October each year.
Since the popular belief of this holiday was founded in the United States, Thanksgiving Day must be the most popular there. And Thanksgiving in America is a bit like the Chinese New Year which is a day for a family reunion that people will definitely gather together for a dinner. They share traditional dishes such as roast turkey, pumpkin pie, sweet potato, red plum sauce, cornbread, and ham. All of these can be done by referring to the recipes. In addition to delicious food, there are many different games, such as pumpkin run, corn game, cranberry race, and other activities. Except for these activities, outings, shopping and parades are also options for local people to spend their holidays. So "Black Friday" is about to set off a shopping frenzy, are you looking forward to it?
Finally, in this special period, between family affection and the epidemic, spend this holiday by taking personal protection well should be the best gift of gratitude for family holiday-theme. Maybe you can choose to spend it on online shopping at home to prepare for the later Christmas. Or why not choose a virtual Thanksgiving activity? This can also have fun, and it is very special.