Bringing New Thanksgiving Traditions to the Table

New Thanksgiving Traditions
Thanksgiving is approaching. Consider adding these new Thanksgiving traditions into your celebration to shake things up a bit for 2017.

Thanksgiving is approaching, and while your previous holiday traditions are important, it’s always fun to introduce new traditions into the mix. Consider adding these new Thanksgiving traditions into your celebration to shake things up a bit for 2017.

Take Breaks from Technology

Spend more time with your family by having everyone take a sabbatical from their mobile devices over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Participate in Charity Work

Many people this holiday season won’t have adequate clothing, shelter, food, or even a family to spend time with. Do your part in the community by donating, visiting a nursing home, volunteering at a local food bank, or find other opportunities in your area.

Get Creative with Your Tablecloth

Lots of people do creative things to give thanks during Thanksgiving. Why not find your own way to express it – right on your tablecloth? Get some butcher paper and make a fun, personalized tablecloth by having everyone write down what they’re thankful for.

Take a Family Stroll After Dinner

There is nothing quite like quality family time. After everyone’s gotten full off their second or third helping and the drowsiness starts to set in, sometimes a crisp breeze and a leisurely walk is all you need to digest that hefty meal.

Sign Up for a “Turkey Trot”

“Turkey trots” or short 5K or 10K marathons on Thanksgiving are becoming increasingly popular. They’re fun, social, and a great way to burn off all the extra calories you’ll pick up at dinner.

Making new Thanksgiving traditions with your family will give you all memories for years to come. At Fairground Auto Plaza, we hope you have a happy Thanksgiving holiday.

Chevrolet Pumpkin Carving

Chevrolet Pumpkin Carving in Rolla, MO

Pumpkin carving is a fall tradition that many families from around the world take part in. American auto enthusiasts tend to put their own spin on things with car-like creations. Chevrolet has embraced the pumpkin carving tradition with free pumpkin stencils. Chevrolet pumpkin carving will allow you to show your pride this fall!

Chevrolet’s various pumpkin carving stencils combined popular vehicles with a Halloween theme. The Chevrolet Volt appears with bat wings and vampire teeth. The Chevrolet Spark, a small car, is caught in a spider web.

For those who enjoy a sports car design, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray logo is prime for the carving! The Camaro face design is a great choice as well. Carvers who was a simpler style can go with one of the many Chevrolet bowtie insignia stencils.

The Chevrolet pumpkin carving stencils are free. All you have to do is print them off from the Facebook album. Once your creative carvings are done, be sure to share them with us on our Facebook page!

Grab your carving knife, clear the pumpkin of seeds, and get started. Those Chevrolet pumpkins aren’t going to carve themselves.

At Fairground Auto Plaza, we hope to see some of your Chevrolet pumpkin carvings!

Where to Have Valentine’s Day Dinner in St. Louis

Salmon Dinner

This Valentine’s Day, make a romantic mixed CD and make the hour-and-a-half drive with your sweetie to our neighboring city. Whether you’re in the mood for something casual or a fancy night on the town, you’re sure to find the perfect place for a Valentine’s Day Dinner in St. Louis.

Roberto’s Trattoria

You might be skeptical at first when you’re pulling up to a strip mall. But inside, Roberto’s Trattoria features white table cloths, excellent service and amazing food. Enjoy a romantic dinner for two over a glass of wine and fresh selections so authentic you might as well pretend you’re in Italy.

Bristol Seafood Grill

This is the place to dine if you want a luxurious seafood dinner. You’ll have the best of both surf and turf here, and the wait staff will take good care of you.

Tony’s

Tony’s offers a classic and elegant St. Louis experience and a world-class menu. Table-side preparation, educated wine recommendations and professional service add classy touches to the evening.

Mission Taco Joint

If a white-tablecloth dinner isn’t really your style this Valentine’s Day, head to Mission Taco Joint. A casual, cool atmosphere and affordable prices make this a great place to stop for dinner if you’re planning other adventures in the city afterwards. There are tons of authentic tacos to choose from, a wide selection of beers to quench your thirst.

Did we miss anywhere that you think should be on this list? Let us know by commenting below and we’ll be happy to update it with your own experiences!