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Turkey tips, trivia, recipes and a place just for fun where you can read Thanksgiving history or hear a bunch of turkeys gobble!
http://www.butterball.com/
Find out how Christmas is celebrated in Hawaii, see what Honolulu looks like at Christmastime, and find out how you know you're celebrating Christmas in Hawaii.
http://www.melekalikimaka.com/
Everything you wanted to know about the groundhog and the history of the day. Features Quicktime VR movies, Groundhog Club information, predictions.
http://www.groundhog.org/
Cool turkey facts, recipes, and fun.
http://www.honeysucklewhite.com/
Discover how you can celebrate and honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from the Corporation for National and Community Service.
http://www.mlkday.org/
Learn more about the man and the holiday from The Martin Luther King Celebration Committee, Inc. in North Carolina. Includes a description of the celebrations, a timeline of his life, and audio clips of some of his famous speeches.
http://www.king-raleigh.org/
Get info on Austin, Texas' celebration or find one near you. Learn about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. or submit thoughts you wish you could share with him.
http://www.mlkday.com/
Come explore his underground world!
http://www.groundhogs.com/
Learn about global thanksgiving traditions and history from this multi-cultural shrine and research center located in Dallas, Texas devoted to the expression of gratitude.
http://www.thanksgiving.org/
Learn about global thanksgiving traditions and history from this multi-cultural shrine and research center located in Dallas, Texas devoted to the expression of gratitude.
http://www.thanksgiving.org/
Get some great recipes, check out the 10 most popular recipes of the week, and get some tips on carving, decorating, and arranging your turkey.
http://www.thanksgivingrecipe.com/