Monday, November 16, 2015

Thanksgiving Tips and Entertainment

Thanksgiving-the national holiday of giving thanks or for many people a day of food, family, football, and shopping planning.

Luckily, the library is as diverse as your holiday and we have the resources that are just right for you.

Start off your feast planning with the Betty Crocker Complete Thanksgiving Cookbook: All You Need to Cook a Foolproof Dinner or add some holiday flare from the craft queen Martha Stewart with this DVD version of Martha's Classic Thanksgiving.

Not interested in watching the football game? How about an inspirational movie based on true events such as The Blind Side? Already seen the movie? Then try the book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game and debate with your family on which version is better…*hint* It’s usually the book but we may be biased!

Now for the entertainment, The Treasury of Family Games has ideas for all ages of your family from board game strategy, active racing to burn off those holiday calories, to simple card games.

For the shopping enthusiast & penny pincher, you can’t go wrong with 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget.

Let’s not forget the sounds of the season, Thanksgiving Songs That Tickle Your Funny Bone   will get your bodies moving & grooving to the Thanksgiving beat.;jsessionid=F9E1A1F9E630FE220A86B22AA36A1EBD?lang=eng&suite=cobalt
If just the thought of all the work that goes into the holiday season stresses you out then might we suggest escaping from reality and curling up with a good mystery novel like A Fatal Feast.

If you are still looking for ideas and guidance just stop into one of our branches or call a librarian and we will find selections tailored for you and your family.

For more Feast & decorating ideas don’t forget to check out pinterest.
The library will be closed November 26 & 27th for Thanksgiving and we will reopen Saturday, November 28th at 9am. But don’t fret our digital services are open 24/7! Overdrive, Hoopla, Freegal, Zinio, Etc...