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Santa, Schultz and Dooley by Steve Steigerwald click the image to read this new article
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A Holiday Season Break From Covid-19
Although we are always thankful for manifold blessings, including general good health among fellow collectors, 2020 has been a bit of a downer. Staying at home day after day, unable to troll antique malls or enjoy a restaurant meal, closed businesses and lost jobs, canceled convention and no chapter meetings, remote learning, a chaotic TV sports calendar, face masks and fogged glasses… when will it end? Since travel is restricted, let’s do some armchair traveling.
By LH DD/Dittrich – Own work,CC BY-SA 3.0,
As winter sets in and snow clouds gather, Christkindlmärkte spring up in cities around the world. Traditionally held in the town square, the market has food, drink and seasonal items from open-air stalls accompanied by traditional singing and dancing. Dresden’s Striezelmarkt was first held in 1434 and is considered the first genuine Christmas market. Click the image above to visit the market from the comfort of home. Masks not required!