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Tag Archives: Christmas Traditions
That is one cool mustache twirl you got going on there, Santa. What does Mrs. Claus think of it? Hope everyone leaves out the good snacks for Santa tonight. Teri 🎄
The parade began with local schools/groups singing Christmas carols but what I really enjoyed were the marchers in period wear dancing and singing. I wonder if during Dickens time did this ever occur or is that strictly just in the … Continue reading
St. Charles was Missouri’s first state capitol between 1821 and 1826, while a permanent capitol city was in the planning and development stages in Jefferson City. It was founded as Les Petites Cotes (The Little Hills) by French Canadian fur … Continue reading
Jack Frost and Susie Snowflake here need to win an award for the energy they put into their characters. As you can see the little guy was transfixed (or perhaps totally stunned, notice the grip on his stroller tray) by … Continue reading
For Throwback Thursday I decided to pull out some images from Christmas Traditions in St. Charles, Missouri past. And my favorite “Santa” Julenisse and his goat Yuley. This year’s Julenisse is a ginger with a full red real beard.
Our whole gang – three adults, one teenager, one pre-teen and the sweet little nugget – went to the St. Charles, Missouri Christmas Traditions event one afternoon. My son was a bit nonchalant about the whole thing while the rest … Continue reading
And happened to be hawking roasted chestnuts that were being sold right across the lane; awfully good balancing act going on too!
Père Noël (French pronunciation: [pɛʁ nɔ.ɛl]), “Father Christmas”, sometimes called Papa Noël (“Daddy Christmas”), is a legendary gift-bringer at Christmas in France and other French-speaking areas, identified with the Father Christmas and/or Santa Claus of English-speaking territories. Though they were traditionally … Continue reading