In all honesty, they can alter in length from an afternoon to several days to even a week.
For families who live close to each other, one day may be plenty of time to share the fun activities, visit, and gossip (oops, I mean socialize).
The larger the group, the more structured your request must be.
Or, if you offer choices, make a commitment to abide by the consensus of the group. If you ask 50 people to suggest dates, you'll get 50 dates and still no consensus.
If, on the other hand, you suggest a choice of say, Thanksgiving or Fourth of July weekend, a majority can be determined right away.
Now that's a storyline we'd pay money to see play out next season.
What say you, Bravoholics: Do you think Phaedra and Shemar have something going on?