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Host a CTBest Friendsgiving

Posted On: Thursday, November 21st, 2019

Whether you’re staying out or heading home to spend the day with family, the days leading up to Thanksgiving provide the perfect opportunity to unwind and enjoy the company of friends while overeating everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving foods. Thankfully, the popular mashup holiday of “Friendsgiving” offers an opportunity to do just that! So, before you head home, gather your friends and get ready for a feast. We’ve created a guide to help you host a Friendsgiving in your CTBest apartment.

Invitations

When it comes to inviting guests, only invite as many people as your apartment can handle. The last thing you want is for your guests to feel cramped and uncomfortable in your home. Consider factors like seating arrangements and where guests will hang out beforehand to determine how many people to invite. As far as invitations go, keep it informal by calling up friends or sending a mass text or email. (more…)

Hosting a Friendsgiving in Your CTBest Apartment

Posted On: Thursday, November 16th, 2017

FriendsgivingWhile in college, many students don’t have the privilege of going home for the holidays whether it’s due to distance or finances. The Thanksgiving season is about being with family, and if you’re basically living at college, your classmates, neighbors and friends basically fall into that category. They’re the ones who help get you through the good and bad times, and you’re thankful for them every day. Before everyone parts their own way for the holiday, why not host a Friendsgiving to toast to old and new friendships!  Here are some tips to hosting the best friendsgiving ever:

Plan the meal

The host provides the turkey, gravy, ice and water, the rest of the meal planning is entirely up to you. Friendsgiving was made for potluck, so assign people a general category like potatoes, dessert, side items and casseroles. Know your audience and what kind of foods they want and if anyone has food allergies. (more…)