Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday of November in the U.S. Meanwhile, our friends up north in Canada celebrate it on the second Monday in October.
It traces back to a humble 1621 feast where Pilgrims and Native Americans shared in a moment of gratitude, celebrating a bountiful harvest.
Picture this: President Abraham Lincoln, in 1863, amidst the Civil War's challenges, officially made Thanksgiving a national holiday.
A time for family and friends to unite over turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie, sharing gratitude and cherishing life's blessings.
Thanksgiving celebrates bonds, not just family. We share it with friends to show gratitude for cherished relationships.
Take the opportunity to travel and meet those friends you haven't seen in a while. Rent a car and express your gratitude in person!