Friday, December 09, 2005

Celebrating Christmas at the Christmas Capital of Canada


Usually after Halloween, Christmas decorations start to appear in the stores, carols fill the air, advertisements of toys, jewelry, and electronic gadgets pop up on TV. Snow falls and then it will really start to look a lot like Christmas. Known as the Christmas Capital of Canada, Winnipeg kicks off the holiday season on the third Saturday of November with The Santa Claus Parade. Houses are brightly lit with Christmas lights throughout the season. At home, my kids help me put up and decorate the Tree.

Continue reading how I and other Filipinos celebrate Christmas in different parts of the world in Ang Aming Pasko (Our Christmas) at pinoyatbp.

3 comments:

Sidney said...

Lovely tree. I think that Christmas without a tree must be very gloomy.

myepinoy said...

Just wanna say Merry Christmas.

God Bless you too.

earthember said...

Yeah, can't do Christmas without the tree. We just put up our tree.