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Thursday Doors – Gingerbread Village

Up until last Friday, I had a different post planned for today’s Thursday Doors. I won’t tell you much about it, since I might use it next week. 479 more words

Thursday Doors

Christmas Tradition

It doesn’t take much for something to gain “tradition” status with us. Lunch at the Polish Deli in Pittsburgh is now a tradition. Breakfast at Eat’n Park is a tradition. 971 more words

Family

Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village

An 1830s New England Living History Museum

This small village was created in the 30’s by a family of antique collectors. Some of the buildings on this property date back to the 1700’s. 628 more words

Cottage

MYSTERY OF THE STURBRIDGE KEYS Sold Out At Barnes & Noble Bookstores ~ THANK YOU

Thank you Barnes and Noble Bookstores for featuring the historical fiction/fantasy/time travel book, Mystery of the Sturbridge Keys, subtitle, Christmas Unlocked, at The Shoppes at Blackstone Valley in Millbury today. 229 more words

Barnes & Noble - Millbury, MA Book Signing December 3, 9 am-1 pm

Linda Hourihan, HHCP, author of the newly released fiction novel, MYSTERY OF THE STURBRIDGE KEYS, subtitled CHRISTMAS UNLOCKED, will be at Barnes & Noble Bookstores at The Shoppes At Blackstone Valley, 70 Worcester Providence Turnpike #5, Millbury, MA 01527 December 3. 335 more words

Al Roker Produced One of the Best Thanksgiving Specials Ever

It aired in 2001 and maybe only a couple of times immediately after. It’s not available on DVD, streaming, or even uploaded to YouTube. It was a simple episode of Al Roker’s old Food Network show… 663 more words

Thanksgiving

The First Olympics

The first Olympics took place in the year 776 BCE, with Alexander I, the predecessor of Alexander the Great participating. Alexander I could only participate after he proved his Greek heritage. 176 more words