The Jewish holiday of Passover begins this year on the evening of April 19, with the seder meal, when families gather, recount the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and enjoy a festive meal.
Thanksgiving is a time to gather with all kinds of friends and family, including the furry ones! Chuck and Dons of Plymouth East gives a few suggestions on how to properly care for your pet this holiday season.
Many typical dishes served at a Thanksgiving feast are not suitable for dogs and cats which is why it is important to keep them occupied while you enjoy your own food. Provide them with an interactive toy or chew to keep them busy. Chuck and Don’s has a large and rotating variety of toys in stock.
With the holiday gift-giving season close at hand, is your shopping complete? Or are you still looking for a few special items? This time of year, even the planners among us sometimes scramble to complete our lists. But it’s not too late to get a little assistance from a professional. Lindi Dillon, Plymouth resident and owner of Fleurish in Excelsior, is always ready to help last-minute shoppers put together that perfect gift that will leave the recipient with a smile.
For Dave Rosenquist, there isn’t just lutefisk for Christmas; it’s a season of lutefisk as far as he is concerned. The Plymouth resident, along with a group of friends—some who have known each other for more than 60 years—will have attended several lutefisk dinners held by local churches in the fall before his family hosts their own festive party during the holidays.