MiddleNeck Living

  • Friday December 08th, 2017
    Whether you are having a Christmas party with family and friends or an office party with co-workers, here’s a list of games that will add some fun to your celebration. 1. Fill the Christmas stocking. Divide into teams and have the participants race to fill their team’s hanging stocking with a spoonful of wrapped candy.  2. Christmas gift wrap relay. Set up assembly lines of gifts, boxes, ...
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  • Friday December 08th, 2017
    Bring cheer to your house this holiday season with these easy decorating ideas. Everyone loves decorating for Christmas. Grab your garland and get ready for wreaths, because here, the editors of Southern Living share some of their favorite new ideas for Christmas decorating. These decorating ideas for your mantel, front door, mailbox, Christmas tree, and more will surely fill you with Christmas cheer. We show you ...
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  • Friday December 08th, 2017
    There is one thing that millions of people around the world have in common – every year they celebrate Christmas. … With everything from poop logs to burning goats, from buckets of KFC to declarations of war, here are 25 of the most bizarre Christmas traditions from around the world. Click below…. Christmas around the world More Christmas traditions  
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  • Friday December 01st, 2017
    Over the years, Christmas has inspired many authors to write about its spirit and significance. The spirit that embodies charity, forgiveness, friendship, unselfish love and generosity. In the stories that follow, you will find many examples of what makes the Christmas Spirit so unique and special. Though most of these stories have been written for children, readers of all ages will enjoy these skillfully told ...
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  • Friday December 01st, 2017
    Christmas Traditions Find information about customs for the Christmas season, including trees, Santa Claus, holly, mistletoe, and more Christmas Tree The practice of tree worship has been found in many ancient cultures. Often, trees were brought indoors and decorated to ensure a good crop for the coming year. Trees have also been linked to divinity. Egyptians associated a palm tree with the god Baal-Tamar, while the Greeks and ...
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  • Friday December 01st, 2017
    The longest running night parade in Virginia-it’s the 39th annual parade Kilmarnock Lighted Christmas Parade sponsored by the Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce, along with their partners, Tri Star Supermarket, Dominion Virginia Power & Lancaster County. This year’s theme is “A Storybook Christmas”-come see Christmas at its hometown best! Join us for the only Lighted Christmas Parade on the Northern Neck. A must see event. This year’s pre-parade ...
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  • Friday December 01st, 2017
    Annual House Tour is filled with wonderous sights to see – a great start to the 2017 Holiday Season. SATURDAY (12/9) Santa arrives via the Elva C at the Museum’s dock at 9am. He’ll then lead children over to Bethany United Methodist Church for photos, stories, games, and refreshments. At 10am the festivities for grown-ups starts with four homes opening their doors (and docks) to ticketed guests. Decorated ...
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