Things are speeding up at the North Pole, and Santa and his elves are busy getting ready for the holidays. Even Santa’s first children’s elf, Christopher Pop-In-Kins, is excited for them to come, because for him, it means being able to visit with children all over the world.
Holiday and winter traditions are as diverse as the person who celebrates them. For some, that may involve Chinese food and a trip to the movie theater or family time at home with a stack of DVDs and frosted cookies. These films are the perfect things to get you in the holiday spirit while snow falls softly outside or to enjoy during family celebrations.
Canton Fine Arts Associates enjoyed its October luncheon and program featuring author Charlotte Markey and her book, “Journey to Freedom,” which details her true story about escaping from Communist forces in Hungary to freedom in America.
In September, 132 guests celebrated the History of Dentistry in Stark County at the Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum. The evening featured cocktails in the Street of Shops, dinner in a tent under the shadow of the McKinley monument, followed by a presentation in the museum’s auditorium.
The About magazine office just got a whole lot merrier! About advertising consultant Molly Ott whipped up a simple yet elegant holiday wreath, complete with a signature “A.” Now you can create your own festive wreath in four easy steps.
John Nelson and Lindsay Baloun fell in love in Denver, Colorado, where they met in 2010. John grew up in Colorado, but Lindsay recently had moved there from Ohio to further her career in advertising. The two were introduced by mutual friends at a birthday pub-crawl and hit it off immediately.
When it comes to gifts, creative packaging goes a long way to enhance the thoughtful present waiting just on the other side of all that paper. Plus, wrapping things up with pizazz will add to the holiday hoopla happening tree-side during the holidays. Let your gifts for loved ones pull double duty this Christmas.