Sacramento-area families prepare for rest of holidays after Thanksgiving

The end of Thanksgiving marks the transition people make toward the holiday season.For many, that means it’s time to shop and find the perfect gifts.April Martinez was visiting the Imaginarium, Cal Expo’s latest holiday attraction.”These moments only come once a year and you want to make the most of it, especially for the little ones,” Martinez said. Over in east Sacramento’s Fab ’40s district, holiday decorations are already going up. This neighborhood is a popular attraction for many to drive through to observe Christmas lights and soak in the spirit of the time of year.”It’s Christmas season, so we are decorating. We are getting our tree. We’ll be going all out with the lights and lots of eggnog,” Bridie Gillespie-Carinci said. With a bow on Thanksgiving for many, the next comes making sure gifts are under the tree, part of that including the rush for Black Friday deals.

The end of Thanksgiving marks the transition people make toward the holiday season.

For many, that means it’s time to shop and find the perfect gifts.

April Martinez was visiting the Imaginarium, Cal Expo’s latest holiday attraction.

“These moments only come once a year and you want to make the most of it, especially for the little ones,” Martinez said.

Over in east Sacramento’s Fab ’40s district, holiday decorations are already going up. This neighborhood is a popular attraction for many to drive through to observe Christmas lights and soak in the spirit of the time of year.

“It’s Christmas season, so we are decorating. We are getting our tree. We’ll be going all out with the lights and lots of eggnog,” Bridie Gillespie-Carinci said.

With a bow on Thanksgiving for many, the next comes making sure gifts are under the tree, part of that including the rush for Black Friday deals.

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