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Category Archives: Holidays
Etiquette expert Heidi Thomas shares Smart ways to give and receive gifts with poise and proper etiquette — as well as do’s for regifting.
This would be a good craft for children, as long as they are old enough to handle tacks.
York County librarians predict what titles will be popular for kids, teens and adults for the 2013 holiday season.
Just let the holidays happen by creating time and space to be with your family and friends.
Area business owners are ready to assist women who could use a little help crossing guys off their holiday shopping list.
We asked area store owners to share a few of their favorite things to wrap up just in time for the holiday season.
West Manchester Township author Dan Beard’s children’s book “Santa’s Magic Bootprints” encourages family interaction.
The key to Black Friday is to have a plan. After you are in a turkey coma on Thanksgiving Day, surround yourself with those ad circulars, a notebook and a pen.
The big day is almost here! Here’s what you need to know to get the turkey on the table.
Almost as inevitable as the Thanksgiving turkey coma is that most dreaded dinner party casualty: spilled red wine.