8 Fun Cheap Things to Do During Thanksgiving Week

Things to Do Thanksgiving Week

November is a fun time for family and friends. With the holidays around the corner, it also means the kids will be out of school. There are tons of things to do around town that won’t break the bank! Also, be sure to check our Christmas and Holiday Guide for additional events for the holiday season.

8 Fun Cheap Things to Do During Thanksgiving Week

1. Have Some Fun at Your Local Library!

You can check out some free activities at these local libraries!

Big Kid Storytime – Downtown Augusta Library

Preschool Story Time at Diamond Lakes Library

Holiday Craft at Appleby Library

Family Movie Night at Columbia County Library (The Good Dinosaur)

Make and Take Crafts at Columbia County Library

Teen Titans Go To The Movies at Aiken County Library

Perler Beads at Aiken County Library

2. Let Them Loose at the Park! 

Take advantage of this awesome 60-degree weather! Enjoy a local park! Here are a few our favorites…

Sassafras Park in Burnettown

Riverview Park in North Augusta

Evans Library Park in Evans

For More Parks: 
Augusta Parks
Aiken Parks
North Augusta Parks

3. Do a Holiday Craft Together! 

Turn on some Christmas music and enjoy some crafting time with the kids. Check out our Pinterest board for some ideas!

4. Attend the Tree Lighting at the Kroc Center!

You will get to enjoy hot chocolate and cookies as you listen to live musical performances. At 6:15 PM we will light the Kroc Christmas Tree, located in the rotunda.

Event Link

5. Take the Kids to See Santa at the Mall!

Visit the mall and take the kids to see Santa. Grab a cookie at the food court and let the kids read some books at Barnes and Noble. There is also a storytime at 10 am on Wednesday. 

6. Family Night at North Augusta Chick Fil A

Join the North Augusta Chick Fil A for crafts and family fun.

7. Holiday Gingerbread Houses at Augusta History Museum

Check out the holiday-themed gingerbread houses on display at the Augusta History Museum! 

8. Check Out Christmas in the Back Country

Learn how colonists observed Christmas in the backcountry. The buildings will be open for visitors to tour and there will be demonstrations. Bring the family to enjoy life in the 18th century! The Mercantile will be open with handmade gifts for sale. There will be bread and cookies from the bake oven.

Photo Credit: Living History Park

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