No matter how many delicious side dishes and pies you serve at Thanksgiving, we at Dan Young GM know there comes a time when the kids will grow restless. And let’s face it—some adults may even find themselves in need of some post-dinner entertainment. These recommended family activities for Thanksgiving from DumbLittleMan.com will help everyone enjoy themselves even after the last roll is taken.
Go For a Walk
Whether you stroll through the neighborhood or drive to the park, a post-Thanksgiving meal walk is a great way to burn off calories and renew your energy.
Get Out the Board Games
There are plenty of board games that both adults and children can play together. Show your kids what good family fun was like in the age before the internet and pull out Battleship, Sorry, or one of your favorites.
If you’re cozy around the table, there are plenty of ways to guide the conversation onto a topic that includes everyone. For instance, take turns sharing your favorite memories from the year or from childhood. Tell stories about the funniest things that ever happened to you. Most of all, remember to discuss the things you’re most thankful for this Thanksgiving.
The holidays are just around the corner. After Thanksgiving dinner, there’s probably a couple things on your mind: Black Friday and Christmas. Take a break from the present-shopping to take part in some fun holiday events in Tipton.
Sensitive Santa – December 4th
Santa should be for everyone! That’s why Sensitive Santa is at the Markland Mall. This Santa is for children with special needs and their families. The private photo session makes sure to take into account sensory and physical needs of all kids attending.
Creative Night Out – December 7th
Wanna get creative? At this event, you’ll be able to create a holiday gift that’ll serve as a countdown until the days of Christmas. It’ll tell you how many days you’ll have until Christmas and serve as a cute home décor item!
Breakfast with Santa 2016 – December 17th
Have breakfast with Santa! You can bring the whole family to have breakfast or lunch with the Jolly Old Saint Nicholas. He’ll greet everyone one-on-one, so feel free to take pictures.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Bowling Party – December 17th
Fun for the whole family or fun for friends! Put on your best ugly Christmas sweater and hit the bowling alley for fun and festive bowling.