Thanksgiving really is a family reunion in disguise. We come together on this occasion every year to break bread, reminisce, share stories, pose for pictures for the family album, celebrate traditions and enjoy the special moments of this ubiquitous holiday. Thanksgiving provides the opportunity for families and friends in a wide spectrum of ages to come together in a festive setting to eat and connect. The precise definition of a family reunion.
Thanksgiving is a unique opportunity to plan activities, preserve memories and take advantage of sometimes rare moments to learn about your family heritage and hear memorable stories over tasty food, good wine and high spirits.
A fun way to bring everyone together before and after the meal is to plan a few Thanksgiving games that can include the entire group. Here are a few ideas to encourage conversation, add fun activities and perhaps stimulate some new family traditions.
Plan a Family Reunion in Stylish and Affordable Locations
Location, location, location! In planning a family or other small group reunion, a key consideration is to find a great venue with either on-site or nearby reasonable overnight room costs. Planning a family reunion with the potential for maximum appeal means finding an interesting and fun venue that will fit the budgets of your group.
Goal #1 – Find a median price range that will accommodate attendance for most members of the group
Goal #2 – Find available overnight lodging at