Friday, October 21, 2011

Christmas In PA

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   It's that time of year everyone.... you know, the "Mostest" most "Bestest" Time of the Year when you can hardly wait for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years to come along. Well, the older I get, the more I see that I can wait... I don't want it to go by so fast. The month of December, I try to make every day special. With family events planned, shows to go to and shopping to attend to, the month is consistently a busy one. Sometimes I just want to stop and take it all in. I promise I will do that this year. ( A glass of wine should help in that vain ) 

     Well, enough of me blabbering away, I thought it would be great to put together a "What's What" list of Lancaster County and the Holidays... A great way to discover Christmas in PA.

Antique Christmas at the Harvest Moon

November 23 -- 26 - Let the Holidays begin here at the Harvest Moon with our Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Celebration.

November 25 -- Black Friday in Lancaster... Shopping begins at Midnight at the outlets in Lancaster... so fill up on Turkey and Go Shopping... Don't forget to grab your discount for a savings book.

November 26 -- Mayors Tree Lighting in Downtown Lancaster

Christmas in PA
December 1 -- 3 - Christmas Candlelight Tour at the Hanns Herr House

December 2 -- 4 - Holiday Baking Demo at the Harvest Moon Bed and Breakfast

December 3 - Christmas on Main in Downtown New Holland

December 4 - Marietta Candlelight Tour of Homes on the banks of the Susquehanna

December 10 - Maytown Christmas Celebration... An awesome tiny town that brings you back a bit

December 10 - An Old Fashioned Christmas at Kitchen Kettle Village

Ho Ho Ho
December 17 - A Dickens of a Christmas at the Mt Hope Estate

December 26 -- 29 - Yuletide Tours at Historic Rock Ford Plantation

December 31 - New Years Eve Murder Mystery Evening at the Harvest Moon Bed & Breakfast

All throughout the month don't forget about the American Music Theater and Sight and Sound; both have wonderful Holiday Events.

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