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Thanksgiving: The Great American Holiday

October 20, 2014

Nine out of ten Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving, and most do so around a family table. Food and tradition are the heart and soul of this most-loved, most-observed holiday that has become the origin myth of America and the expression of deeply held American cultural ideals. As it considers the evolution of Thanksgiving, from the "First Thanksgiving" in 1621 to the present day, this program explores what this holiday and its food traditions mean for American culture and identity.

This event is free and open to the public.

Sponsor Organization: Fowler Development Association.

Funded project of the Illinois Humanities Council.  The Illinois Humanities Council [IHC] is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the Illinois General Assembly [through the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency], as well as by contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations.

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Time: 7:00 pm

Contact: Sherry L. Sparks Phone: (217) 440-6275
St. Paul United Church of Christ
1319 N 1720th Avenue
Fowler, IL 62338-1016
United States
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