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This would be a good craft for children, as long as they are old enough to handle tacks.
When it comes to fresh-cut Christmas trees, the firs reign supreme.
A very important part of Christmas — besides the presents, food and warm, fuzzy feelings the season brings — is the tree.
Find out what went on behind the scenes to make this issue happen.
The e-Edition of the November/December 2012 issue of Smart magazine is now available.
When I moved to York this summer, I was able to fit all my holiday decorations into two boxes. Now, before you turn green with envy, I am only one person. And I’ve only been decorating my own space for … Continue reading
We’ve been debating heavily in the newsroom recently about Christmas trees. Do you buy a real one each year, or do you lug out the fake out from the attic or basement? People (including me) are opinionated on the matter, … Continue reading
I wandered down to North Hopewell Township this weekend in search of a Christmas tree. Some might say it’s too early — one friend had the very real concern that a tree wouldn’t hold its needles until Christmas — but … Continue reading
Toy trains have circled Christmas trees almost as long as trains have existed in the U.S. Celebrate the well-known tradition today at the Holiday Trains and Trees exhibit at the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts in Harrisburg. Holiday … Continue reading