Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Working On That with Donna the Buffalo and Moontee Sinquah

by Philo Hagen Tracing the first thanksgiving back to 1621 when 53 Pilgrims celebrated the first harvest in the “new world” with 90 Native Americans, or so the tale has been spun for generations, all…

Hooping Up Gratitude

[Hooping.org will be celebrating Thanksgiving Day with our loved ones and we will return on Friday. Until then, Hooping.org Editor Philo Hagen celebrates the giving of thanks.] by Philo Hagen Every year when Autumn arrives…

The Circles Beneath Our Feet

[Hooping.org columnist Lara Eastburn looks deeper into our circles.] by Lara Eastburn As Americans push our burgeoning bellies away from abundant tables this weekend, many of us will recall in some way the story of…

Hoop Making is Thanksgiving Family Fun

Christy Howden writes, “So you are mixing the family worlds for Thanksgiving. Hula hoop making is great activity to get the party started and create a memorable Thanksgiving holiday. Don’t let anyone pooh-pooh the idea…