Happy Thanksgiving to all of our American family, friends and neighbours. These past few years have been especially troubling for Americans, and the world as a whole, yet all of us, Canadians and Americans alike, still have much for which to be grateful.
Happy American Thanksgiving to all of our neighbours, friends and family in the USA. Happy Thanksgiving to people who are celebrating all over the world, even in Canada. Who says a second day to be thankful is a bad thing?
What are you thankful for?
Take some time this weekend to think about it. Thanksgiving is more than just eating turkey, visiting family and having a Monday off. Take some time to reflect on your life and consider what you are thankful for. Count your blessings and enjoy them.
The “Holiday Season” is upon us! In North America, the unofficial start to the Holidays is American Thanksgiving. As usual, in the school library we celebrate a month of “Holidays and Holy Days!” We feature a “spectacular display” of materials (both online and in person!) related to Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Yule, Bodhi Day. the Winter Solstice, New Year’s, Festivus and other wonderful feasts, festivals and observances. Stay posted for more here on this site, and visit us in person as we celebrate “Holidays and Holy Days.”