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Thanksgiving Dining Mount Prospect IL

Looking for Thanksgiving Dining in Mount Prospect? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Mount Prospect that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Thanksgiving Dining in Mount Prospect.

Panda Express
(847) 222-9713
1200 North Central Road
Mt Prospect, IL
Starbucks Coffee Company
(847) 253-1188
100 West Northwest Highway
Mount Prospect, IL
Dunkin' Donuts
(847) 690-0650
1001 S Busse Rd
Mount Prospect, IL
Dunkin' Donuts
(847) 394-8654
820 E. Rand Rd
Mount Prospect, IL
Pad Thai
(847) 472-9000
2310 S Elmhurst Rd
Mt Prospect, IL

(847) 483-5033
102 E. Kensington Rd.
Mt. Prospect, IL
Dunkin' Donuts
(847) 803-3800
1301 N Wolf Rd
Mount Prospect, IL
Kate's Thai Kitchen
(847) 298-7535
1716 E Kensington Rd
Mt Prospect, IL

Jameson's Charhouse - Mount Prospect
1702 W. Algonquin Rd.
Mt. Prospect, IL

Starbucks Coffee Company
(847) 392-2631
1 W. Rand Rd.
Mount Prospect, IL

Thanksgiving on the Net - When is Thanksgiving? (US) 2011 - 2020

US Thanksgiving 2011 Thursday November 24, 2011
US Thanksgiving 2012 Thursday November 22, 2012
US Thanksgiving 2013 Thursday November 28, 2013
US Thanksgiving 2014 Thursday November 27, 2014
US Thanksgiving 2015 Thursday November 26, 2015
US Thanksgiving 2016 Thursday November 24, 2016
US Thanksgiving 2017 Thursday November 23, 2017
US Thanksgiving 2018 Thursday November 22, 2018
US Thanksgiving 2019 Thursday November 28, 2019
US Thanksgiving 2020 Thursday November 26, 2020

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(When is Canadian Thanksgiving?)
In 1863 President Abraham Lincoln appointed a national day of thanksgiving. Since then each US president has issued a Thanksgiving Day proclamation, designating the fourth Thursday of each November as the holiday.

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