In Durham, New Hampshire, Christmas is out – replaced by “Frost Fest.”
There’s no more Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, or customary wreathes greeting motorists along Main Street, or Santa riding in on a fire truck this year.
Instead, a town working committee decided the newly created “Frost Fest” will feature a bonfire, s’mores, music, cookie decorating, and crafts. There’s also “Ruby the Photo Bus” and raffles at the free Dec. 7 event.
The change stem from a complaint following the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony last year, which prompted a public meeting and working committee to make the event more secular, town councilor Sally Tobias told WBZ-TV.
“There was another private citizen that came forward and said […]
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