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COLUMBUS, GA. Do you find yourself longing for those sleigh-bells ringing (and ring-ting-tingling too) even when Christmas is over? Do you long to hear about those chestnuts roasting over an open fire even during those droopy summer months? The people

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Foodie Friday: Easy Christmas Pudding

Ingredients * 1 cup raisins * 1 cup sultanas * 1 cup self-raising flour * 1 cup finely grated butter (about 115g/4oz) * 1 cup fresh brown breadcrumbs (from around 4 thick slices of bread) * 1 cup light muscovado

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Burlington Christmas On Now

Santa’s Signature Experience On now to December 23, 2017 Presented By » Royal Botanical Gardens Santa returns to his favourite garden and he’s brought along his merry elves to deliver the most joyous holiday celebration yet! Santa has returned with

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Church Insurance Requests

More churches are putting on “bizarre” Christmas spectaculars involving live camels and angels on stilts to woo worshipers over the holiday season, insurers reveal. Some churches in England have turned to live animals in an attempt to attract church-goers while others

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Christmas Tree Traditions

Although the Christmas tree is associated with Christianity, it has been used throughout history to adorn homes and symbolize other meanings as well. The ancient Romans brought evergreen boughs into their homes during the feast of Saturnalia, which marked the winter solstice.

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McCleister Funeral Home- Coping With Loss During the Holidays

  In the Christmas classic “Blue Christmas” Elvis sang “I’ll have a Blue Christmas without you”. That sentiment still rings true today. Coping with a loss during the holiday season is never easy & it effects us all in different

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Simcoe Carillon Performer Spotlight

If you’ve ever been on Norfolk Street in Simcoe and heard the bells on the Norfolk County War Memorial Carillon Tower you may have stopped to enjoy the sound and songs that can peal out over the beautiful scene before you.

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Christmas Light Displays Throughout The Region

If you’re looking to get in the Christmas spirit or help yourself to a little holiday lighting inspiration there are a few locations around that you could take in this season. In fact there are more than a few! No

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Burlington Lights Up

Winter Lights at the Rock is underway at the Royal Botanical Garden (RBG). it’s where you can let the light be your guide along the 1 km Rock Garden. You can also explore how multicultural traditions and activities which make

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Six Nations Bingo- Holiday Events

  It’s the most wonderful time of the year and that means the holiday events are starting up at Six Nations Bingo. In this edition of “In Conversation With…” host Rob Curwain welcomes Andrea Curley back to our CKPC studios to discuss

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McCleister Funeral Home- Blue Christmas

  The holiday season can be a time of great joy for many people. The loss of a loved one however can dramatically alter your outlook on this time of year. The un-official term for this is Blue Christmas &

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Too Soon? Eggnog On Sale In Western Canada

It is no surprise that stores stocking Holiday items early has been more and more common, even before Halloween you can see Christmas decorations in stores. But the summer has yet to end and fall is typically the season for

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Hipster Nativity

It’s a unique hipster nativity set, featuring the three wise men carrying Amazon Prime packages on segways, Mary and Joseph (with a man-bun) posing for a selfie with Baby Jesus and a “100% organic” cow enjoying a trough of gluten-free

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Griswold’s Restaurant

Need some instant Christmas spirit? Visit New York City’s Rolf’s German Restaurant. It has become an annual attraction with 15,000 holiday ornaments and 100,000 lights hung inside the space. Total cost: $60,000.00 and just like some of your neighbours, the

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Home Of The Swapper

Select Burger Kings in Miami, London and Brazil will accept unwanted gifts on the day after Christmas, in exchange for a Whopper. Only certain items will be accepted and it’s up to the discretion of the staff. Items collected will

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