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Things to Do this Thanksgiving Break

Make the most of your Thanksgiving Break with these friendly suggestions.

Take a Break
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Take a Break

First, breathe. Second, get some sleep. Take some time to distance yourself from any stress that the semester may be contributing to your life. Binge watch a show, eat a nice meal, SLEEP.

Have some Fun

Hopefully now you’ve got enough energy to have some fun with family and friends!

Ice Skating
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Winterfest at the Arch

Winterfest at Kiener Plaza opens on November 18. Enjoy free entry (fee for rental skates) and a host of other events until January 1.

Give Back
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Give back

Although any time is a good time to give back, the holidays seems to make the act a bit more special. Check out this article for different ways to give back around St. Louis.

Thanksgiving Day Parade
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Ameren Thanksgiving Day Parade

Before sitting down to enjoy your Thanksgiving Day meal, head Downtown to watch the 32nd Ameren Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Christmas Lights Display
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Christmas light display

Get into the Christmas spirit by viewing one of the many light displays.

Studying
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Get a head start on finals

Now that you’ve had time to relax and have some fun, you should probably start prepping for the end of the semester. You’re weeks away from being finished, and jumpstarting any final projects or studying could really help make the last few weeks a breeze.

I'm a senior and a Professional Writing major. I most enjoy writing about others, as well as giving helpful advice.

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