Thursday’s Thanksgiving tradition traces its roots to a harvest celebration held in 1621 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, but it was only in 1863 that President Abraham Lincoln, to foster unity between North and South, proclaimed Thanksgiving an official national holiday. Before you sit down for your own version of the historic feast, take part in the annual Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble, now in its thirty-fifth year. Beginning at Marion Square, the course weaves a scenic route down Meeting Street, around the historic Battery and up King Street, returning to Marion Square. Live music, food and beverages (including a beer garden for those 21 or older), and a children’s fun run are among the morning’s highlights. You’ll build up an appetite and have fun doing it. November 22 at 9:00am.

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