Index – Celebrate: There’s still so much to Celebrate

Downtown Schenectady lit up for the holidays
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Downtown Schenectady lit up for the holidays

CELEBRATE – As more of us are able to come together this holiday season, this year’s edition of Celebrate focuses on traditions, many of which we missed last year.

Below, you’ll find features on festive dishes from near and far, as well as some of the best locally made gifts to give and get.

If you’re still looking for ways to celebrate the season, we’ve got you covered with details on holiday events and shows such as Northeast Ballet Company’s “The Nutcracker.”

We wrap things up with a look at the past via holiday memories.

 

Stories in this year’s Celebrate:

Before your big day, what’s for breakfast?

SUNY Schenectady chocolatiers are part of bean-to-bar movement

Food, family, ‘hearts filled with love’ make for perfect Polish meal at Christmastime

Puerto Rican holiday feasts, festivities last nearly two months

Around the world or down the block, it’s cookies, cookies, cookies!

The cookie is a canvas – Try these tips when decorating those seasonal sugar creations

These cocktails provide plenty of holiday cheer

Grape idea – Local wines as gifts

Vendors offer handmade gifts at Schenectady marketplace Jay St. Collective

Sports fan on your list? Look beyond jerseys, hats

All ‘booked’ up for the holidays? If not, here’s some guidance

Caroling with Cinderella? It could happen to you

Christmas traditions alive and well at beloved Altamont attraction

More than 50 years on, Johnstown business still bending branches into beautiful wreaths, kissing balls

Northeast Ballet bringing classic show back to Proctors

Our readers remember – We asked readers to send in stories of their favorite holiday memories, and they delivered

I asked for skis but Santa didn’t deliver; now, the rest of the story

Images of Christmas lights in downtown Schenectady and beyond

Categories: Celebrate 2021, Life and Arts

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