Thursday, November 22, 2012
Books make great holiday gifts. Give your loved ones these books as stocking stuffers this holiday season.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
When you head out shopping tomorrow and in the coming month, remember that when you give a child or a teen a book, you are creating a memory that will last a lifetime. What’s more, reading offers so many options. Are you trying to find a book for an early reader? Choose a picture book or a Great Beginner Read from the list below. Does your grandchild love nonfiction? Take a look at the Great Family Reads section. Has your niece read every book known to man? There are some brand new books on this list that she may not have seen yet. Do you struggle to find just the right book to entice your child to read? These selections are sure kid-pleasers that will meet any interest. The ReadKiddoRead holiday gift list has something for everyone: …
Wondering what is going to be open and closed on Thanksgiving? Look no further!
We've put together a list of some frequented businesses in Bristol and Warren to let you know which ones will be open and which ones will be closed this Thanksgiving. Open Closed Know of other businesses that will be open on Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comments section!
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Food ideas for people whose Turkey Day involves no turkeys.
In one day, we'll be doing the Thanksgiving scramble: Running to the inlaws' house, hitting the store for some last minute cranberry sauce, or checking on the bird in the oven every five minutes. What some consider the best meal of the year, fit for kings and gluttons, is centered around meat. Not all of us, for varying reasons, choose to eat meat, though. What is one supposed to prepare for those who don't eat turkey on Turkey Day? The answer is easy, and the options are many. Whether you're cooking for a vegetarian guest, or are a vegetarian yourself, Patch helps you out this week with five tasty recipes for a vegan/vegetarian Thanksgiving. 1. Tofurky: Funny sounding name, seriously tasty substitute. What you need: 1 Tofurky Roast (can …
Mt. Hope hosts Barrington in the annual Thanksgiving grudge match.
Mt. Hope High School will host Barrington’s Eagles on Thursday morning in the traditional Thanksgiving Day high school football game. The kickoff is scheduled for 10 am. For most of the seniors, it will be their final game of organized football. So, expect the players on both teams to play for pride and East Bay bragging rights. The matchup will be the 20th meeting between the two schools since the inaugural game in 1993 after the former Warren High School merged with the former Bristol High School to form Mt. Hope. Barrington has won 11 of the last 12 games, including five in a row. The Eagles defeated Mt. Hope last year, 20-6, at Victory Field. Overall, Barrington holds a 31-22-1 record in the Thanksgiving Day game, including games …