Thursday, December 3, 2009

A little light is shed on Central Square....

It's that time of year. The tree is lit. That means there aren't enough days left in the year to get my Christmas shopping done.  Did anyone participate in the festivities today? I'd love to hear how it went. Did you enjoy Lynn Arts, The Lynn Museum? Anyone head out to dinner at The Blue Ox, Pho Lynn, or Tatiana's?

Merry Christmas Lynners!!!


  1. I have lots of photos to post between tomorrow and Saturday..hopefully will get them up tomorrow with the short window of time I have before I videotape an event in neighboring Salem. I went to Tatiana's after and saw a great show put on by The Van Burens! That's another LH post coming up..and a new feature :)

  2. I want to thank all the volunteers who made the event possible, and the City of Lynn. And to you for telling us about it.

    I appreciate any given part of the Christmas spirit the city has, even in this economy.

    I'll never forget the memories of the Commons as a child, looking at the spectacular commons: with all the lit trees and manger, and the giant lit tree.

    My only complaint is, who let that old women start sing Feliz Navidad first! oh well it was humorous :)

    Looks like we have a person in talored suit, who lives outside of Lynn interested in politics here. hmmm

    Merry Christmas!!!! to a city who the majority are Christians! and we are not afraid to say Merry Christmas!!!

    Merry Christmas!


    January 4th!!!! :)

  3. I'm glad you found and were able to find out about the tree lighting.

    I believe people should say what they want to say no matter what the majority is. That's what makes this America.

    I'm Jewish and I have no problem with their being a giant Christmas tree out in front of my building. I love it! Merry Christmas!


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