Christmas Boat Parades in Florida

Christmas Boat Parades in Florida

Christmas lights glow from Christmas boat parades in Florida! Daytona Beach, Palm Beach, Cocoa Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton all host Christmas boat parades on Florida’s Atlantic coast. In addition, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Alafia and Punta Gorda join them on the Gulf coast. Lastly, Leesburg sports an inland Christmas boat parade in Florida. Daytona Beach Christmas Boat Parade in Florida The holidays sail into Daytona Beach Saturday, December 7, 2019, at 6 p.m. Accordingly, the local yacht club

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Fourth of July Fireworks in Michigan to Awe Over. Let Freedom Ring!

Fourth of July Fireworks in Michigan to Awe Over. Let Freedom Ring!

Let freedom ring with these eye-catching Fourth of July fireworks in Michigan! In the state of Michigan, Independence Day is celebrated far and wide. From Dearborn, Holland, Bay City, Traverse City all the way up to the tip of the the Upper Peninsula. Here are five Michigan cities that know how to celebrate their freedom in style with some family-friendly entertainment. Fireworks in Bay City, Michigan First we are going to start with my hometown, Bay City, Michigan. This is

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Christmas Parades in Texas – Saddle Up!

Christmas Parades in Texas – Saddle Up!

Saddle up for one of ten great Christmas Parades in Texas! Enjoy parades through historic downtowns like Fort Worth, Dallas, Amarillo and Grapevine. Likewise, McAllen, Odessa and Lubbock make our list. Or take in a lighted boat parade in San Antonio, South Padre Island or Clear Lake. GM Financial Fort Worth Parade of Lights Join thousands gathered November 24, 2019, for the Fort Worth Parade of Lights. In addition to dozens of floats, guests are treated to dancers, musicians, large

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Christmas Light Parades in California

Christmas Light Parades in California

Looking for family-friendly Christmas fun? Cities and towns across California host free Christmas Light Parades. Salinas, Los Altos, San Francisco, Fallbrook, Fortuna have made our list (and Santa’s)! Likewise, holiday lights shine bright in parades in Santa Barbara, Redding, Sonora, Belmont Shore (Long Beach) and Eureka. Salinas Holiday Parade of Lights The Salinas Holiday Parade of Lights steps off from Salinas High School December 1, 2019, at 6 p.m. To clarify, the parade is always the first Sunday after Thanksgiving

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Ornaments for Life’s Memorable Moments

Ornaments for Life’s Memorable Moments

Big (and little!) moments in life deserved to be celebrated! 🎉 Let us help you make these moments memorable by using something we know a thing or two about . . . ORNAMENTS! Looking to make a big announcement to family and friends? Or want to ask someone you LOVE a big question? We know exactly how to do that PLUS make it a memory that will last forever. PROM PROPOSAL Okay, let’s ditch the hand-made signs and come up

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Michigan’s Festival Fun | Spring & Summer

Michigan’s Festival Fun | Spring & Summer

Spring … summer … if you’re a warm weather person like I am, you’re probably counting down the (bittersweet) days of winter’s slumber to hibernation’s end when outdoor adventures begin! Michigan offers a vast array of festival fun that will keep you dreaming through these chilly winter days of making memories all summer long!

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20 Tips To Help You Through The Holidays!

20 Tips To Help You Through The Holidays!

From home decor, to collectibles, Christmas stockings to Nativities, Christmas ornaments (GALORE!) to Christmas lights and artificial trees – our team has learned a few things over the years from working at the World’s Largest Christmas Store! And we’re happy to pass along our tricks to you in this compilation of 20 tips to help you through the holidays!

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When Should You Take Down Your Christmas Decorations?

When Should You Take Down Your Christmas Decorations?

Psychologists tell us that folks who break out the Christmas lights and decorations early, like before (maybe well before) Thanksgiving, tend to be happier than the rest of us who think we have to wait.   Psychoanalyst Steve McKeown says people like to associate with things that make them happy. Since many folks associate Christmas decorations with happy childhood memories of the holiday, putting up the decorations early evokes those emotions and memories and extends the excitement of the season

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Merry CHRISTmas from Bronner’s Blog Team

Merry CHRISTmas from Bronner’s Blog Team

The most wonderful time of the year is here, Rejoice! Rejoice! This CHRISTmas we also celebrate the 200th anniversary of “Silent Night,”  the most beloved and widely-known Christmas hymn in the world.  Pastor Joseph Mohr wrote the words, and Franz Gruber composed the music for the inspiring carol that was first sung in 1818 on Christmas Eve in St. Nicholas Church in Oberndorf, Austria, near Salzburg. Silent Night Memorial Chapel Bronner’s Silent Night Memorial Chapel was built in 1992 in

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Countdown to Christmas!

Countdown to Christmas!

Anticipation … looking forward … it’s what the Christmas season is all about here at Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland … and perhaps at your house, too! Many Christians observe Advent as a time of patient expectation, a celebration of the first coming of Christ the Savior to a manger in Bethlehem over 2000 years ago … and a look to His second coming. We love the tradition of Advent wreaths and candleholders, too. Perhaps your church and/or family lights a candle weekly

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