Feast Your Eyes on Vancouver's Beauty with Sense Eyewear this Thanksgiving
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving, eyewear enthusiasts! As we gather with friends and family to celebrate this wonderful holiday, why not add some excitement to your day by exploring some of the fun activities Vancouver has to offer? Here are some ideas to help you make the most of your Thanksgiving weekend:
Visit the Pumpkin Patch: Nothing says fall like a visit to a pumpkin patch. Check out the pumpkin patch at Aldor Acres, just a short drive from Vancouver. With hayrides, corn mazes, and a petting zoo, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Plus, you'll have the perfect pumpkin to carve when you get home.
Go for a Hike: Take advantage of the beautiful fall weather and go for a hike. The Lynn Canyon Park Suspension Bridge is a must-see, offering breathtaking views of the forest and canyon below. The trail is an easy one-kilometer loop, making it accessible for hikers of all levels.
Enjoy a Festive Meal: Indulge in a Thanksgiving feast at The Fish Counter. This seafood restaurant offers a delicious Thanksgiving meal featuring turkey, mashed potatoes, and all the traditional fixings. Plus, they source their seafood from local, sustainable fisheries.
Host a Pumpkin Carving Party: Invite friends and family over for a pumpkin carving party. With pumpkin spice lattes in hand and a fire roaring in the fireplace, you'll be all set for a cozy night in.
Visit the Apple Orchard: Nothing beats a crisp, juicy apple picked straight from the tree. Head over to Taves Family Farms for some apple picking, and don't forget to grab some fresh apple cider and apple cider donuts to take home.
And of course, don't forget to accessorize your Thanksgiving outfit with a stylish pair of Sense Eyewear glasses! Our Vancouver store offers a wide range of frames to suit every style and occasion. From classic designs to trendy new styles, we've got you covered. So go ahead, enjoy your Thanksgiving weekend to the fullest and make sure to stop by one of our stores to try on some new frames!