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The Most Exciting Thanksgiving Events in New Jersey 2018

Posted on: November 13th, 2018 by Passaic No Comments

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which marks the unofficial beginning of the festive season. This year’s Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the 22nd of November but that does not stop New Jersey residents from beginning celebrations earlier, or even extending the festivities well beyond the actual day. As such, our New Jersey ground transportation specialists have compiled a list of some of the most exciting events scheduled for the Thanksgiving period in the Garden State.

However, before, we dive right into the events, we want to encourage you to consider employing our bus rental service in New Jersey for all your transportation needs. Spice up this year’s Thanksgiving experience for your family and friends with a comfortable and luxurious ride on your way to any one of these events. Further, Thanksgiving is a time to bond and reconnect with your loved ones, which essentially means focusing all your attention on them and taking the time to appreciate all the blessings in your lives. Let our trusted chauffeurs handle all the driving and navigation for you for the duration of this season as you and your loved ones enjoy each other’s company and share in the anticipation of taking part in these thrilling New Jersey events.

 

Early 19th Century Thanksgiving

Head over to the Allaire Village along Atlantic Avenue in Farmingdale on the 18th of November between 11 am and 3 pm. This event is set to mark the end of the Fall season in Farmingdale and it is also an opportunity for attendants to collectively give thanks for everything that helps enrich their lives. You will get to enjoy a 19th Century-style Thanksgiving at this village where there will be special demonstrations on various crafts such as 19th Century carpentry, leather making, and much more. You will also get to witness cooking over an 18th Century open fire at the Manager’s House as well as take part in several special activities tailored for both children and adults. Afterward, you will have the opportunity to visit the general store, bakery, and the museum store, all open for holiday shopping and souvenirs.

 

The Dinner Detective

Make a plan to visit Fort Lee along Route 4, Eastbound, on the 24th of November between 7 pm and 10 pm for the biggest murder mystery comedy in the United States. Attendants will try to solve the murder as they feast on a scrumptious four-course dinner. Heads-up, the killer will be hiding amongst you and you may just find yourself being the prime suspect. The show is set in real time and, over the course of your dinner, detectives will uncover clues and interrogate members of the audience, so you better have a pretty solid alibi. The individual who plays the most critical role in helping detectives uncover the mystery will walk away with a prize package. Tickets to the dinner are going for only $70 per person and that includes the full mystery experience, a four-course dinner, waitstaff gratuity, and a potential prize package.

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