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Experience Taste of Merry Farm at Knott's Berry Farm with a Tasting Card (one card required per guest per entrance). Enjoy a choice of 3-5 tastings from our Taste of Merry Farm menu.
$40* for adults for 5 tastes
$20* for ages 3-11 for 3 tastes
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is the tenth prime-time animated television special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It was originally aired on the CBS network on November 20, 1973, and won an Emmy Award the following year.
The special opens with Lucy again enticing Charlie Brown to kick a football she is holding - which again ends up with Charlie Brown missing the ball and landing flat on his back once again. Later, Charlie Brown and Sally are preparing to go to their grandmother's for Thanksgiving dinner when Charlie Brown gets a phone call from Peppermint Patty, who invites herself over to Charlie Brown's house for the holiday dinner. Two quick subsequent phone calls from Peppermint Patty add Marcie and Franklin to the guest list, but since Charlie Brown cannot get a word in edgewise with Patty, he quickly finds himself in a quandary with no easy solution, at least not until Linus shows up. Linus suggests to Charlie Brown that he could have two Thanksgiving dinners, the first one for Patty and her friends and then the second one at his grandmother's house. Charlie Brown says he cannot make a Thanksgiving dinner. He says that all he knows how to make is "cold cereal and maybe toast". Regardless, Linus recruits Snoopy and Woodstock to help.
It's a CLASSIC! Must watch!!
After a complete sell-out of the original 2010 and 2015 editions, Knott’s Preserved is back—and it's an expanded and updated treat for berry-farm fans everywhere as Knott’s turns 100!
How could one place have the world's best boysenberry preserves, world-class roller coasters, and Independence Hall, too?
Where does a Ghost Town exist alongside a two-hundred-foot Sky Jump, while people wait three hours for a chicken dinner? Knott’s Preserved: From Boysenberry to Theme Park, the History of Knott’s Berry Farm has all the answers—and many, many more.
From the earliest days of the Farm, when Walter Knott, his wife Cordelia, and their kids were serving up baskets of berries "as big as a man's thumb" and berry pies that weighed in at three pounds, to the advent of themed rides, Camp Snoopy replete with the Peanuts gang, Ghost Town Alive, and the arrival of the new Knott’s Bear-y Tales—it's all in Knott’s Preserved.
Brimming with more than 300 images—most of them never before published—Knott’s Preserved reveals exactly how the Knott family turned a berry business into one of the major theme parks in the world. Artists and designers will flip at the details and artwork the authors display—the how-it-happened of Knott’s from the earliest days. The berries and fried chicken were just a yummy lead-in to what would become a thrills capital of the world. Plus, it's a story of how a man and a woman remained true to their values, sharing profits and credit whenever they could. Heartwarming? Yes. Decidedly so.
For everybody who ever put their arms around Whiskey Bill and Handsome Brady, screamed in terror at Knott’s Scary Farm, or marveled at the Calico Mine, this is the book that's filled with as much nostalgia as the Farm itself. Knott’s Preserved is a must for every theme park lover and all those kids at heart.
Hard cover $40
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".