Let There Be LIGHT

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Font Hill Neighborhood LIGHT CELEBRATION  Saturday, December 15 Time: Start at Dusk No matter what your religion of belief is, LIGHT is a universal symbol for; HOPE, PEACE, TRUTH, GOODNESS and JOY JOIN your Font Hill Family in this beautiful event   How to participate: Where to get the Luminarias: For safety, our luminarias are LED based in large white opaque cups. They can be purchased at our community Holiday Gathering on Saturday, December 8 (2pm - 4pm). To ensure availabilit...
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The Holiday Season is Over

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The craziness of the Holiday Season is over. The Children have all received their Santa's presents, extended family (or friends) have come over and gone, grown children have visited home and are gone but the Christmas Season is not over, the Magi are still in transit. It is time to breath, to sit by the Christmas tree and wait for the Three Wise Men to arrive on January 6, or was it the Three Wise Women? Our neighborhood looked once again absolutely gorgeous! Thanks to ALL the fami...
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Let There Be A LIGHT Celebration

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A long time ago, our neighborhood was known for beautiful illuminated Luminarias in front of our houses and in our common areas on the night before Christmas, December 24.  This wonderful tradition died out basically due to bad weather on that day. This year we are going to start reviving this tradition with a new and improved version of Luminarias that will use LED lights instead of candles. Font Hill LIGHT CELEBRATION  Saturday, December 16 Here is all you need to know to participate. ...
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Luminarias, A Wonderful Spanish and Mexican Tradition

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Before Christianity, pagans used to lite huge bonfires to celebrate feasts dedicated to their gods. Shepherds also lit bonfires to stay warm and scare away predators. When Christianity arrived in Spain the pagan tradition was embraced by lighting bonfires (luminarias) along the roads and churchyards to guide people to Midnight mass on the last day of Las Posadas on December 24. Las Posadas is the reenactment of the Holy Family search for lodging in Bethlehem before baby Jesus was born. La...
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Winter 2016 has finally arrived and with a punch

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Theoretically the winter season starts on December 21 and ends March 19. So far this winter season had been a rather mild and snowless season until January 22, 2016. The blizzard that dumped 30 inches of snow in our neighborhood left us all breathless, weary, and wishing for spring to come soon. Here are some photos from the blizzard snowstorm, #snowzilla2016. All was quiet, all was white.     Spring come soon!  
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