From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow, Occupy Wall Street is hosting an "open feast" for Thanksgiving in Liberty Square, where more than 3,000 individually-wrapped plates will be handed out "in accordance with New York State Health code." According to a release, the food was made possible thanks to people who have donated their kitchens, as well as restaurants who support the cause. Or, pay $78 to be a part of the 1% at Prune, but don't be surprised if your meal is mic-checked.

“So many people have given up so much to come and be a part of the movement," Megan Hayes, a former chef who is helping to organize the event. "There is really that much dire need for community. We decided to take this holiday opportunity to provide just that—community." TexasBBQ, a local business who supports the Occupy movement, will be making 2,000 of the meals. There will also be a canned food drive for New York's food banks, so bring the corn you decided not to cook.

Though it may be a little meta, if you need things to talk about while you're sitting around the fire weird lights embedded in the pavement at Zuccotti, read our etiquette guide for discussing OWS at the Thanksgiving table.