|Thanksgiving: Changed a lot from days of Horn in the West|
|Wednesday, 21 November 2007 18:00|
Produce won’t be the only thing on display at Saturday’s Farmers’ Market Holiday Sale at Horn in the West in Boone.
The cabins will be open and actors will reenact what Thanksgiving was like in the 1800s.
The holiday has changed a lot says organizer Frida Greene.
“The families are moving, they’re so far away from each other now. It’s harder for families to be together at Thanksgiving.”
In the days reenacted by Horn in the West, families tended to stay in the same area and came together as a community to give thanks.
Greene encourages you to come see for yourself.
The last Horn in the West booksale is also Saturday- so come check it out.
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