Tag: Thanksgiving

New Lebanon Library Crafts Event: Fleece Turkeys

This week at the New Lebanon Library, the library will host it’s monthly Family Crafts event. This month’s craft session is a a Thanksgiving inspired decoration – Tied Fleece Turkeys!

All materials will be provided by the library.
For ages 5 and up.

DATE/TIME:
November 16, 2017 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

LOCATION:
New Lebanon Library
550 State Route 20
New Lebanon, NY 12125
Phone: 518-794-8844
Email: leb@taconic.net

 

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Happy Thanksgiving

I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving today. If you are on the road, drive safe. If you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner, here’s a handy diagram from The Old Farmer’s Almanac to help you set the table.


1. Napkin
2. Salad fork
3. Dinner fork
4. Dessert fork
5. Bread-and-butter plate with spreader
6. Dinner plate
7. Dinner knife
8. Teaspoon
9. Teaspoon
10. Soup spoon
11. Cocktail fork
12. Water glass
13. Red-wine glass
14. White-wine glass
15. Coffee cup and saucer

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Setting The Table

You don’t have to dine at the plaza (do they even still have a restaurant?) to enjoy a proper table setting. Thanksgiving is the perfect excuse to bring out the good china, that full set of utensils that never sees the light of day, and your white AND red wine glasses.

Here is a handy diagram from The Old Farmer’s Almanac to help you set the table.


1. Napkin
2. Salad fork
3. Dinner fork
4. Dessert fork
5. Bread-and-butter plate with spreader
6. Dinner plate
7. Dinner knife
8. Teaspoon
9. Teaspoon
10. Soup spoon
11. Cocktail fork
12. Water glass
13. Red-wine glass
14. White-wine glass
15. Coffee cup and saucer

Happy Thanksgiving!

Say what you will about Martha Stewart but there is no denying, she can always be counted on to deliver creative and design-savvy solutions for any occasion. Take a look at these creative containers for leftover desserts.

Now aren’t you embarrassed that you’ve been sending your guests home with Tupperware or plain bags? Don’t worry, Martha has provided the instructions here on her website.

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