A picnic is an event to eat outdoors, have a break, enjoy the warm sunshine, and have fun in a free time. It is usually held in a park or other open places. People bring the food for picnics in lunch boxes or in picnic baskets. Food for picnics is prepared on location such as by grilling, or at home.  After the meal, people often play games and sports, for example, playing catch, badminton and Frisbee. As at other parties, some like to create their own original foods and games.
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In 1800, the Picnic Society in London was organized by people who met from time to time to dine together.
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- Chisholm, Barbara. "A Loaf of Bread, a Jug of Wine," Austin Chronicle, April 22, 2005; excerpt, "But what constitutes the Perfect Picnic? ... it doesn't get any better than the outdoor dining menu devised by Omar Khayyam in his 12th century 'The Rubaiyat'"; retrieved 2012-6-12.
- Jackson, Jeremy. (2005). Good Day For A Picnic: Simple Food That Travels Well, p. 4.