• Fall Fest 2020

Jeff Westover

Chief Elf Officer
MMC Founder
Santa's Elf
Kringle Radio DJ
Oct 7, 2004
Cache Valley, Utah
Thanksgiving 2020 is going to happen. The annual holidays survey commissioned by MyMerryChristmas.com shows that Thanksgiving has been on the mind of a lot of people nearly all year – and they are not going to skip it.
77 percent of people are expecting a slightly bigger family gathering and a whopping 84% say Covid will not be a factor in celebrating Thanksgiving.
~ Careful with Covid ~
However, that does not mean folks are taking chances. The CDC can rest assured after publishing their guidelines for Americans this Thanksgiving.
Nearly all respondents say frank family discussions about who is healthy, who might not be, and what they plan to do about it are most definitely happening.
94 percent of...

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Charles Dickens' Editor
MMC Lifer
MMC Donor
Christmas Crew
Oct 10, 2004
South NJ
We are still planning on having Thanksgiving dinner with our normal extended family as we have been around them the whole time anyway. The biggest difference is instead of heading out shopping after dinner we will be playing board games and just enjoy the day/evening together. DH and I may still head out on BF to do some shopping but nothing like how normally would shop. We always decorate for Christmas on BF and Thanksgiving weekend so that will not change.


Tim Butler, North Pole IT Consultant
MMC Member
MMC Premiere
Sep 1, 2010
No difference whatsoever with us. Family will be joining us for Thanksgiving at our house. As much as it is possible, this Thanksgiving will be as “normal” as possible.

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