Before you go nuts decorating your Christmas Tree, we wanted to let you know about some strange decorations you may want to add to your collection this year. The fine folks at the Fall River Historical Society let us peak through their gift shop's assortment of holiday decorations and explained a few of the ornaments that had us scratching our heads.
I love learning about history. Especially when that history exists right in our own backyard. I was at DnB Burgers in Downtown New Bedford recently, and found out that building that it's located in, has quite an interesting feature. A tree growing through the building.
It's fast approaching. Stores are decorated and the cold weather is creeping in! For me, my Christmas tree goes up one week after turkey day. For YEARS I have insisted on a real tree, but for the past three seasons I've made the switch and gone to the pre-lit fake ones.
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