Startpage (Startpage is the only third-party certified search engines in the world that do not record your IP address or track your searches.) is my last search on “Christmas”.
50. Origins of the Christmas Holiday
100. Christmas Spirit Tree
If you do your own search, please feel free to share them with us. Depending on where you live, you may come up with different results.
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- Posted 02 Oct 2012 by MrsClaus under Christmas History,Games,Holiday Entertainment,Homemade Holiday,Stories (Tags: Canadian Tire, christmas, christmas history, Christmas Tree, holiday, north pole, spirit tree, tree)
If you get a chance to go to Vegas for the holidays, you’ll definitely want to check this out.
“Lift your holiday spirits with Grammy Award-winning composer and musician, Chip Davis. His holiday production, “Mannheim Steamroller Christmas – Vegas by Chip Davis,” comes to The Palazzo Theater for an exclusive six-week engagement beginning November 20, 2012, and features Mannheim Steamroller’s renowned program of signature Christmas classics and state-of-the- art multimedia effects. This trumped up production has been expanded specifically for this first-ever Las Vegas concert series, with added choreography, aerial displays and other new elements to create an unforgettable holiday experience!”
Quoted from the Venetian website: Mannheim Steamroller Christmas Vegas by Chip Davis – The Venetian® Las Vegas – Resort, Hotel, and Casino.
“For the first time ever, Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be performing their acclaimed rock opera, “The Lost Christmas Eve” live! Join us this Winter for the exciting on-stage premiere of “The Lost Christmas Eve,” a heart-warming story of loss and redemption on a magical Christmas Eve in New York City.” For more details go to Trans-Siberian Orchestra – Official website.
I just love Wikipedia’s synopsis of Christmas. It does a great job of briefly explaining the history behind the holiday without going overboard. It avoids the controversies and confusion over the variety of ways its celebrated. There are plenty of other websites where you can find that. Kudos to Wikipedia! Thank you.
Read it for yourself and feel free to tell me what you think (and you don’t have to agree with me): Wikipedia Christmas.
Getting closer to the most wonderful time of the year and not back to school like some television commercials would have you believe.
18 Weeks till Christmas!!
This year Christmas is on a Sunday, so I thought it would be cool to countdown the weeks till that glorious day every Sunday. So without further ado . . .