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Thanksgiving in Chicago: Count your blessings

Count your blessings

How will you spend your Thanksgiving in Chicago this year? Our interpersonal relationships are paramount to our happiness and our lives in general. Take the time out this year to count your blessings and remember your loved ones. Spend time with those you love and strengthen the relationships you have or build new ones. Let them know how important they are to you.

Looking for activities to do with those loved ones? Try one of these. And make sure you check out the Thanksgiving Day Parade and one of the restaurants below if you are not up for cooking Thanksgiving this year.

Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade
The Thanksgiving Day Parade will be held on State Street from Congress to Randolph on November 26. The parade will begin at 8:30 and end at 11:00. Admission is free, so be sure to bring your loved ones and share the spirit of Thanksgiving with your beloved city.

Leave the turkey to the experts
If cooking is not your thing if you would rather leave the turkey to the experts, check out these local restaurants that will cook your Thanksgiving for you. All you need are your friends and family to share laughs, tell stories, and give thanks.

Leave a comment below and share your Thanksgiving traditions and ideas with us!




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