We are thankful for you.
Here is a Thanksgiving 2020 message our whole community that you mean so much to us at The Leo House in NYC. We are truly grateful for all of you.
Thank you from The Leo House:
It is your traveling that have given us purpose, a reason to rise up to the occasion and be the best hosts we can be. It is through hearing your stories from across the globe that open our eyes to the beauty of the world and the kind people that inhabit it. In sharing a meal, prayer service, or experience at our home-away-from-home in New York City, we have come to know each other even for short moments that stay in our hearts long after the time passes. So thank you all for the memories, the kindness, the prayers and the smiles you give as you step through our doors.
We look forward to when we can be together again.
No matter how or if you celebrate Thanksgiving 2020, know that you have made a difference to us and we are forever grateful. We keep you all in our hearts and in our prayers. Until we meet again, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your patronage and support over the years.
Some Good News & NYC Thanksgiving Traditions:
- The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is not canceled! The show will go on as a television-only event broadcast in front of the Macy’s Herald Square location. See it live on NBC or Telemundo from 9am-12pm on Thursday, November 26th. For more information on the parade line-up, safety measures and more, visit the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade website.
- Macy’s has unveiled their 2020 holiday window displays at their NYC flagship Herald Square location. This year the windows are dedicated to first responders, essential workers, marchers for equality, and New Yorkers.
- Macy’s has reimagined Santaland with a festive virtual experience. Visit the Santaland website for creative ideas and festive activities.
- The tradition of lighting the NYC Rockefeller Christmas Tree will go on as planned through a live broadcast. Tune in December 2nd from 7-10pm ET on NBC. For details, visit rockefellercenter.com by clicking here. In-person visitation of the tree has changed this year, be sure to check the website for more information.
- Many government officials are requesting that people curtail travel plans during this holiday. However, if you do plan to travel, visit the CDC website for the latest travel recommendations.
What was your favorite experience in NYC or at The Leo House? We’d love to know! Please feel free to leave a comment on our Facebook page with your favorite memories.