In just a few short weeks, most Americans will pack up their families and gear to go spend Thanksgiving Day with loved ones. Fayetteville, North Carolina is a great place to spend this holiday thanks to its natural beauty at this time of year. In addition, there are lots of festivities to help celebrate Thanksgiving in Fayetteville.
- A Dickens Holiday. The day after Thanksgiving, Fayetteville takes a step back in time to the 1800s to celebrate the holidays in an old-fashioned way. Take horse-drawn carriage rides, join a candlelit procession to the Market House, then conclude the evening’s fun with a spectacular fireworks display.
- It’s a Wonderful Life. The Gilbert Theater in Fayetteville will present the holiday classic It’s a Wonderful Life from November 23rd through November 26th.
- Shopping. Take part in one of America’s favorite shopping events—Black Friday. Visit the Cross Creek Mall or any of your favorite shops to score some great deals.
- Volunteer. If you want to alleviate hunger this Thanksgiving, try volunteering at a local nonprofit. There are numerous food banks and shelters in and around Fayetteville that could benefit from some extra help.
Which of these events would you like to attend to make your Thanksgiving even better? Here at Bryan Honda, we wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday.