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When Should You Take Down Your Christmas Tree? - Catholicism

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By the time Christmas Day comes, people are ready to pack up the decorations, and the tree—which they might have put up as early as Thanksgiving ...

Weigh In: When Do You Take Down the Christmas Tree ...

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Jan 16, 2014 ... I don't put my tree up until the weekend before Christmas, since I .... You take down decorations on Twelfth Night, i.e. 5 January, the day before ...

When to take down Christmas decorations? | Duluth News Tribune

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Dec 27, 2014 ... When do you take down your Christmas decorations? thinkstock.com ... “Growing up, my parents always took them down on Three Kings Day, which is Jan. ... “ Snowmen and other seasonal decor is put away in late January.”.

Christmas Decorations Traditions and origins of decorations

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Christmas decorations used to be put up on Christmas Eve and not before. ... It is unlucky if you don't take your decorations down before the end of the 12th Day ...

When to put up the Christmas tree - Did you know?

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Nov 30, 2009 ... Modern tradition is to put up a Christmas tree the day or weekend after ... down 12 days after Christmas but some take it down on Epiphany, ...

When Do You Take Down Holiday Decorations? - Huffington Post

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Dec 29, 2011 ... The question of when to take down Christmas decorations can be a tricky one ... light-up reindeer every year -- these are basically Christmas lights wrapped ... To help you figure it out we put together these general guidelines:.

When should you take down your Christmas tree and decorations

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Following Christian tradition, the Christmas tree would be put up and decorated on December 24, Christmas Eve, and stay up until January 6, the day of.

By Ken Levine: When NOT to take down your Christmas decorations

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Dec 22, 2009 ... TINA: Why did you take down your Christmas decorations? ... The next year, I would put up no decorations and only a sign that said: "I'm not ...

By Ken Levine: When NOT to take down your Christmas decorations

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Dec 24, 2014 ... Most people take down their Christmas decorations after the first of the year ... If I was the type to put up Christmas decorations they would all be ...

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Q: When do you put up and take down your Christmas decorations?
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Q: putting UP Christmas decorations or taking them DOWN?
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Q: When do you put up your Christmas decorations and when do you tak...
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Q: According to tradition when are you supposed to put up and take d...
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