Festival Of Lights
ST. JOHN | If you have some furniture that's giving you nightmares, maybe you should consider donating it to the St. John haunted house.
St. John Festival of Lights.
Linda Wenskus, of Schererville, visits Prairie West Park in St. John on Friday. The Festival of Lights featured a tree-lighting ceremony and the arrival of Santa Claus. The trees are decorated by local merchants, clubs, churches, schools, and families.
Dozens of trees fill St. John's Prairie West Park as the town held a tree-lighting ceremony Friday. The trees are decorated by local merchants, clubs, churches, schools, and families.
An ornament hangs on a tree decorated by St. John Cub Scouts Pack 550 in Prairie West Park.
Over the last couple of years, I've noticed a trend when it comes to shopping. More and more, people are turning to local designers and independent artisans to supply them with their coveted items, only this time, they're handmade.---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor.
Treats and other food gifts are particularly popular during the Jewish festival of lights.
Visitors to Christmas Around the World will stroll through 50 trees decorated by local ethnic communities, enjoy intermittent falling "snow" and see performances on the Holiday Stage.
From elaborately decorated trees to drive-through lighting displays to boat parades and train shows, a variety of holiday spectacles are being staged through the end of December and into early January around the country. Here are a few of them.
St. JOHN | The Town of St. John is hosting its annual Festival of Trees at Prairie West Park, two block west of U.S. 41 on 93rd Avenue. Following an official tree lighting ceremony, visitors are welcome to stroll the paths and view the trees decorated by local merchants, clubs, churches and …
If you don't have seasonal shopping disorder yet, characterized by a gnawing need to buy stuff for yourself as well as everybody else, you may want to visit a professional about your condition.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
LANSING | The T.F. South Chorale, led by staff member Erick Price, performed Christmas songs for the Lansing Historical Society members before the opening of the annual Festival of Lights exhibit. The exhibit features more than 30 trees representing different countries and cultures.
Everyone knows (or at least every Jew knows) the story of Hanukkah's origins, the story of how just a tiny amount of oil miraculously burned for eight days.
The Muppets have escaped their temporary exhibit space and invaded the Museum of Science and Industry's 69th annual Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light.
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