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Many people prepare for the arrival of Christmas
months in advance. The frst traces of wrapping
paper and decorations arrive in stores as early as
September, transforming the holiday into a much
more secular celebration than its modest Christian
Despite Christmas being an important date in the
lives of today's Christians, the holiday failed to gain
prominent status until relatively recently. Research
indicates that as late as the 19th century, Christmas
was not even a legal holiday requiring a day off
from work. That's why 19th century readers of the
classic Christmas tale, "A Christmas Carol," were
not shocked at Bob Cratchit having to work on
Christmas Day. The United States Congress used
to meet on Christmas Day because it was not a
national holiday. In 1836, Alabama became the frst
state to offcially recognize Christmas, but it didn't
become a legal holiday across the country until
June 26, 1970.
Today's Christmas celebrations include traditions
from around the world. Some ascertain that it was
the Church's doing to schedule Christmas at a similar
time to the pagan festivals, such as Saturnalia, that
took place during the winter months. But many
biblical scholars argue that this was not the case.
Some pagan infuences, such as holly and mistletoe
as well as the burning of a yule log, have long been
a part of Christmas traditions.
Santa Claus is one of the more recognizable
symbols of Christmas. He is based on St. Nikolas of
Myrna, an area that is part of modern-day Turkey.
St. Nikolas is the world's most popular non-Biblical
saint and is one of the saints most portrayed by
artists. Early depictions of St. Nikolas show him as
a stern man who delivered his share of discipline.
Eventually, those depictions changed to show a
fgure more associated with generosity. Throughout
history there have been characters from around the
globe, such as the Viking deity Odin, who were
precursors to Santa Claus. Myth states that Odin
rode his eight-legged fying horse in the winter.
Odin gave out gifts to well-behaved children and
punishments to those who misbehaved. Children
would fll boots or stockings with treats for the
Regardless of the origins of Christmas, today it is
hard to deny that Christmas is a commercialized
success. It is a national holiday not only in the
United States but also in other areas of the world,
and it is best known for the tradition of giving
presents to others. In fact, many people head to the
stores well in advance of the Christmas holiday to
purchase all of the presents on their shopping lists.
The shopping season tradition may
be traced back to the time of World
War II, when it was necessary to
mail gifts early to the troops serving
in Europe so that they would be able
to open them in time. Merchants
realized that this concept could be
used when gifting troops as well as
private citizens, reminding shoppers
to make their holiday purchases early
so they could mail them to relatives
near or far. As a result, the advanced
shopping season was born.
Although many people feel
Christmas begins when the frst bag
of tinsel appears on a store shelf
and ends when the last present is
opened on December 25th, the
true religious holiday does not
coincide with merchant schedules.
While most people are bustling to
and from department stores and
malls, Christians are participating
in Advent, which was traditionally
a solemn season of refection and
fasting. Christians are supposed to
spend Advent preparing for the birth
of Jesus Christ and
the joy that ensues during the weeks
leading up to December 25.
Similarly, the joyous time of Christ's
birth is a day of celebration that
does not end on December 26 but
continues for 12 days until the
Epiphany, also known as Little
Christmas, when Magi were reported
to have visited the infant Christ and give him gifts.
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Winter Spirit Lighting Ceremony
4:30 p.m., Locomotive Park, Lewiston
4th Annual Winter Vendor Wonderland
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Lewiston Elks Lodge
Come Shop Over 50 Vendors, Free Admission, Drawings &
Pierce's 34th Annual Holiday Bazaar
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Pierce Community Center, Pierce
Local Businesses, Crafters, Artisians, Social & Youth
NOVEMBER 23RD THRU 24TH
33rd Annual Christmas Bonaza Craft Show
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Nez Perce County Fair Pavillion,
1229 Burrell Ave, Lewiston, 400 Exhibits, Admission $6
NOVEMBER 27TH THRU 29TH
PTO Festival of Trees
Kamiah 208-935-2290 www.kamiahchamber.com
Jingle Bells Parade, Christmas Tree Lighting and Santa's
Visit 4:00 p.m. Downtown Kooskia
NOVEMBER 29TH THRU 30TH
Christmas Kickoff, “The Town That Still Believes”
Dayton 509-382-4825 www.historicdayton.com
Jingle Through Joseph, Holiday Bazaar
Joseph 541-432-4321 www.wallowacountychamber.com
Jingle thru Joseph Lighted Parade at 5:00 p.m.
Main St. in Joseph. 541-432-4321
Kamiah Chamber Christmas Light Parade
Kamiah 208-935-2290 www.kamiahchamber.com
Christmas Lighted Boat Parade 4:30 p.m.
Christmas Crafts Bazaar
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., 1424 Main St, Lewiston
Support Local Crafters & Girl Scouts
DECEMBER 5TH THRU 22ND
“The Best Christmas Pagent Ever”
7:30 p.m., Lewiston Civic Theatre, Lewiston
208-746-3401 www.lctheatre.org com
Jingle Through Joseph, Holiday Bazaar
30th Annual Handcrafters Guild Holiday Bazaar
Cloverleaf Hall, Enterprise 541-426-0132
DECEMBER 6TH THRU 8TH
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Dumas Station, Dayton
Clarkston's 27th Annual Lighted Christmas Parade
4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Sixth Street, Clarkston
4th Annual Christmas Extravaganza!
9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Nez Perce County Fairgrounds,
Lewiston 208-305-4127, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patchwork Bazaar 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Orofno High
School, Orofno Handcrafted Items, Jewelry, Artwork and
Baked Goods. Pictures with Santa (Children & Pets)
208-476-3320 or 208-476-3190
Cookies with Santa
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Locomotive Park, Free
Craft & Baked Food Sale, and Chritmas Raffe
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Hells Canyon Boat Club
Hwy 129 & Post Lane, Clarkston
509-758-9464 or 208-743-5776
Lewis-Clark State College Annual Christmas Craft Fair
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., LCSC Activity Center
Free Admission 208-792-2256, email@example.com
Family Christmas Craft Workshop
6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Make some Christmas decorations for
free. 509-758-5454, Asotin County Library, www.aclib.org
Enterprise Winterfest Parade & Santa and Mrs. Claus
2nd Annual Ultimate Christmas Concert
Saturday, December 14, 2013, 7:00 p.m., Clarkston High
School Auditorium. This is a fund-raiser for Interlink
Volunteers – Faith in Action. Ray Rosch, 208-791-5062
6th Annual PI-NEE-WAUS Holiday Bazaar
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2nd Annual Ultimate Christmas Concert
7:00 p.m., Clarkston High School, Clarkston
By Interlink Volunteers, $15
Ray Rosch 208-791-5062
DECEMBER 14TH THRU 15TH
Asotin's Treasures & Tree Sale
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Asotin City
Crafts, Antiques, Collectibles,
Home Baked Treats.
DECEMBER 14TH THRU 15TH
Chrstina Clark's 4th Annual
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Nez Perce
Breakfast with Santa and Frosty the Snowman
$10 for Adults, Children 2 & Under FREE
Lewiston Community Center
Asotin Lighted Christmas Parade
Asotin Lineup 4:15, start 5:00 p.m.
Washington Idaho Symphony
A Family Candlelight Christmas
Lewis-Clark State College, 3:00 p.m.
Cookies, a Book, and a Movie
Lewiston Parks and Recreation presents Cookies, a Book,
and a Movie - Polar Express, Lewiston Community Center
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale Monday, October
21st at 8am at the Lewiston Community Center. The cost
is $10/ person and the registration deadline is Wednesday,
December 7th. This is available for children ages 3-10 and
parents are more than welcome to join in the fun.
Breakfast with Santa
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., Community Hall and City Hall,
Craigmont 208-924-0050 www.craigmontareachamber.com
Winter Clean Community Yard Sale
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Lewiston Community Center
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DECEMBER 5TH THRU 15TH
A Christmas Carol
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Colfax Lighted Christmas Parade and Fireworks Show
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Kids' Fun Run starts at 3 p.m. at YMCA; Festivities start at 4
p.m. at Pine Street Plaza, including tree lighting, music, visit
from Santa, free cookies, and cocoa.
Holiday Concert 3:00 p.m.
Bryan Hall Theatre, performingarts.wsu.edu
Pullman Holiday Fest in Pine St. Plaza
Fun Run Starts 3:00 p.m. Festivities Start At 4:00 p.m.
Downtown Pullman www.pulmanchamber.com
8th Annual Holiday Gift Gala at the Dahmen Barn
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Dahmen Bar, Uniontown
Appaloosa Museum Holiday Open House
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. www.apalousamuseum.org
Round Table Craft/Antique Sale
Palouse Grange Hall & Downtown Palouse
"Joy To The World" Festival Dance & Performing Arts
7:00 p.m., Admiinistration Auditorium, University of Idaho,
208-883-3267 festivaldance.org email@example.com
Garfeld Lighted Christmas Parade
Garfeld, WA 509-635-1604
Noel Christmas with Palouse Carol Society
St. Boniface Catholic Church
Uniontown, WA 509-635-1604
Victorian Christmas Celebration
Latah Historical Society
McConnell Mansion, Moscow, ID • 1:00–4:00 p.m., 208-882-1004
Prelude to Noel
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Palouse Choral Society
St. Boniface Catholic Church,
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Cool 15 minutes on wire rack. Remove from pan and cool completely.
Meanwhile, bring cream just to the boiling point in 1-quart saucepan. Remove
from heat, then stir in remaining 1/2 cup chocolate chips and 2 teaspoons
Cooking & Baking Stick until melted. Let cool to thicken, stirring occasionally.
Place rack with cake on waxed paper, then spread chocolate mixture on cake.
Refrigerate until frm, about 1 hour. Garnish, if desired, with raspberries.
(These are called Buckeyes because they look like the nut of the
Buckeye tree - the Ohio state fower/tree)
1 lb. peanut butter (a generous 1 1/2 cups)
1 1/2 lbs (6 cups) powdered sugar
2 sticks (1 cup) margarine
1 bag (12 oz) chocolate chips
1/4 stick paraffn
Mix margarine and peanut butter and slowly add powdered sugar.
Mix well. Batter will be stiff. Shape into 1" balls (use a mellon-
baller to get consistent sized balls). Chill 1 - 2 hours. Melt the
chocolate and paraffn in a double boiler. Using a toothpick, dip the peanut butter ball in the chocolate until
about 2/3 of the ball is covered, and place on an ungreased cookie tray. Chill again until chocolate has hardened.
Carefully smooth over the toothpick hole.
1 1/2 cups whole frozen raspberries
3 tablespoons sugar
1-2 tablespoons raspberry or other berry liqueur
1 1/2 cups fresh or whole frozen raspberries
1 1/2 cups whole frozen blackberries
3 tablespoons sugar
1-2 tablespoons raspberry or other berry liqueur
1 1/2 cups fresh or whole frozen blackberries
4 1/2 cups skim milk
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup cornstarch
4 teaspoons clear vanilla or
2 teaspoons almond extract
1 medium size angel food cake (about 17 ounces)
2 tablespoons raspberry or other berry liqueur
Thaw one and one-half cups of raspberries, and process in
blender or food processor to make a puree. Strain through
a fne sieve to remove seeds. Stir in sugar and berry liqueur. Refrigerate for later use. This may be made several
days ahead. Follow same procedure for blackberry puree.
Using a double boiler, heat four cups milk until steam rises from the surface. In a separate bowl, combine eggs,
remaining one-half cup milk and one cup sugar. Sift in cornstarch and whisk until well blended.
Remove scalded milk from heat, and gradually whisk in egg mixture. Return pan to top of double boiler and
whisk constantly over medium heat for 10 to 15 minutes or until very thick and smooth. Remove from heat and
stir in vanilla or almond extract. Transfer to bowl, press plastic wrap onto surface and allow to cool slightly.
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remaining cake, liqueur, blackberry puree, blackberries and any additional fruit and custard. Cover and chill
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A holiday season without baked goodies
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enjoy baking traditional holiday favorites,
you may also like trying new recipes.
Experimenting with new recipes is easier if
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unusual ingredients that require a trip to the
gourmet food store, some ingredients are
ubiquitous. Keep those ingredients in your
pantry year-round and you'll be on track to
bake up a storm this holiday season.
The baking gurus at Nielsen-Massey
Vanillas, a more than 100-year-old family-
run flavoring company, offer this checklist
of must-have items to help ensure your
pantry is well-stocked for holiday baking:
* Flour - Some type of flour is the foundation
of most baking. Your pantry should always
have a supply of all-purpose white baking
flour, but don't forget to add some other
common, useful varieties like whole wheat,
unbleached or semolina.
* Sweeteners - Refined white sugar, of
course, is a reliable stand-by for sweetening
any recipe. But many holiday recipes
may call for alternative sweeteners like
confectioner's sugar, maple syrup, brown
sugar or honey. And, if you're baking for
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specifically designed for use in baking.
* Extracts - Holiday baking cries out for
certain flavors, like peppermint, almond,
chocolate and vanilla. You can find an extract
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keeping an ample supply of the staples,
like Nielsen-Massey Vanillas, will ensure
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from the vanilla beans.
* Spices - Certain spices just speak to the
holiday season, but they're also useful
throughout the year. Keep your pantry
stocked with holiday-appropriate spices like
cinnamon, allspice, ground ginger, nutmeg
* Fruits and nuts - While some recipes may
call for fresh fruits and nuts, others will
require dried varieties. Walnuts, almonds,
pecans, raisins, candied ginger and even
dried apricots and cranberries are all good
starting points for a well-stocked holiday
* Grains - What would oatmeal raisin
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recipes often call for grains and cereals,
including oatmeal, cornmeal and bran.
* Leavening - Many cookies don't require a
leavening agent or stabilizer, but cakes and
breads may, so include yeast, baking soda
and baking powder in your pantry.
* Shortening - Vegetable oil, shortening
and lard are staples of baking. To lighten a
recipe without sacrificing taste, try naturally
lighter oils like canola.
* Milk - You may not use it at any other
time of year, but holiday baking often calls
for evaporated milk. Sweetened condensed
milk is also incorporated in many recipes.
A can or two of each, purchased ahead of
the holidays, will ensure you don't have to
make a special trip to the grocery store for
this less-used ingredient.
Now that your pantry is prepped for the
holidays, try this festive recipe from
Crisp Vanilla Butter Cookies
• 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
• 1 cup sifted confectioners' sugar
• 1 tablespoon Nielsen-Massey Madagascar
Pure Vanilla Powder
• 2 eggs, lightly beaten
• 2 cups unbleached all-purpose flour
• 1 teaspoon baking powder
• 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
• 1/4 teaspoon salt
• 1/2 cup chocolate pieces of choice
Cream the butter, confectioners' sugar and
vanilla powder in a mixing bowl using an
electric mixer on medium speed. Add the
eggs and beat until light and fluffy. Beat in
the flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt
on low speed until just blended. Place the
parchment paper and shape into a 12-inch
long log. Chill for 3 to 24 hours.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an
insulated cookie sheet with nonstick cooking
spray. Cut the dough log into 1/4-inch-thick
slices and place on the cookie sheet. Bake
for 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Cool on a wire rack. Place the cooled
cookies on a parchment-lined cookie sheet.
Place the chocolate pieces in a microwave-
safe bowl. Heat on high for 15 seconds.
Repeat at 5-second intervals, stirring and
checking the consistency. The chocolate is
ready when it freely drips from the spoon in
a fine line. Spoon the chocolate into a large
plastic food storage bag. Twist the bag until
the chocolate is in one corner and then trim
the tip of the bag. Drizzle the chocolate over
Variation: Add 1/2 teaspoon of any
Nielsen-Massey Pure Flavor Extract, such
as Chocolate, Almond, Lemon, Orange
or Coffee, to the cookie dough to create a
Makes 2 dozen.
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