Hersheypark’s Christmas Candylane opens Friday for holiday season

 

→ Christmas Candylane opens Friday for holiday season – LancasterOnline 

Related Posts
I came across this Belsnickel story on the Appalachian Lifestyles blog by Matthew Burns. He was gracious enough to grant me permission to repost it here. Enjoy. Christmastime in the Land ...
Birdsboro’s Daniel Boone Homestead Recreating 18th Century Christmas
→ Homestead Recreating 18th Century Christmas - Pottstown Post Watch out kids because Belsnickel's going to show up! danielboonehomestead.org 12/7: A Homestead Christmas 12-4pm Admission Adult (13+) $6.00, Child (5-12) $4.00. FDBH members free, ...
In the Belsnickel's world, Christmas shouldn't be so enjoyable for the naughty kids. He comes at night, dressed in dirty furs, face blackened with charcoal. He has one purpose: To ...
→ Belsnickle Santa of yesteryear was not so jolly - The Herald-Dispatch More details here on the legendary Belsnickel. I do take issue with the following... Needless to say the first Belsnickle ...
Santa Claus, the pleasant bearded elf dressed in red (in case you thought I was referring to some other Santa Claus), was not predestined to be a worldwide Christmas icon ...
→ “Days of the Belsnickel” Lunch Tour Pennsylvania at the Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum Start with a video, then take a guided tour through the village, decked out Pennsylvania ...
→ Pennsylvania Folkways: The Belsnickel brings light and darkness - Reading Eagle After having read many articles about Belsnickel, I find that one the most interesting aspects about the tradition is ...
→ City of Reading embraces ugly Christmas tree - The Morning Call Perhaps Reading should adopt the phenomena of the "Worlds Ugliest Christmas Tree" as a yearly ritual. Pretty, well decorated trees can ...
→ Old-fashioned Christmas in Lehigh County offers look at Pennsylvania German life in 1842 - lehighvalleylive.com Saturday, December 6: 1:00 pm– 6:00 pm, last tour 5:15: A Pennsylvania Dutch Christmas Travel back ...
The sound is not that great but this clip is very informative and well worth watching if you want to learn more about the Pennsylvania Dutch tradtion of Der Belsnickel.
→ Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration - Bucks County Courier Times Experience the enchantment of Pennsbury Manor by candlelight. Enjoy crackling bonfires, carolers, candlelit tours of the Manor ...
* I'm still in the process of formatting the Deitsch version. Scroll down for English version. Die Nacht for de Chrischdaag 'S waar die Nacht for de Chrischdaag und dorch es gans Haus ...
Yes! Kick Santa to the curb and turn Belsknickel loose upon the land. For more 'Ask A PA Dutchman' episodes and Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch language videos check out Doulgas Madenford's YouTube channel.
In my mind's eye, the fanciful events depicted in Der Belsnickel Suite portray two special days on a family farm in a rustic and sturdy home built from field stone. ...
→ Talking Christmas traditions with Don Yoder - Philly.com
→ ‘Yes Helen, there is a Belsnickel’.
Christmastime in the Land of the Belsnickel by Matthew Burns
VIDEO| Origin of the “Belsnickel” In Under A Minute
Birdsboro’s Daniel Boone Homestead Recreating 18th Century Christmas
VIDEO: What is a Belsnickel?
Belsnickel: A slightly terrifying Pennsylvania Dutch tradition
Belsnickle Santa of yesteryear was not so jolly
Meet Belsnickel, the Counter Claus
Landis Valley Museum “Days of the Belsnickel” Lunch Tour
Pennsylvania Folkways: The Belsnickel brings light and darkness
City of Reading embraces ugly Christmas tree
Troxell-Steckel Farm Museum old-fashioned Christmas offers look at Pennsylvania German life in 1842
VIDEO | A living history presentation on the PA Dutch tradition of the Der Belsnickel
Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration
Twas The Night Before Christmas – Translated into Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch by Thomas C. Zimmerman
VIDEO | Ask A PA Dutchman: The Belsnickel
Der Belsnickel Suite, a symphonic work by Dave Kline performed by the Reading Philharmonic Orchestra
Talking Christmas traditions with Don Yoder
‘Yes Helen, there is a Belsnickel’

Comments are closed.