Go Local Magazine - December 2016 Issue

It's the holidays, and Go Local Magazine's December issue has plenty of features to inspire you to make this year's season your best yet. 

Several of this month's articles focus on unique holiday traditions, including: 
  • A woman in Stafford Springs who practices and teaches the art of Japanese Temari 
  • The residents of Greenleaf Drive in Hampden, who have made their street a celebration of Christmas since the 1970s 
  • Balboni's Bakery, where baking has been a tradition in Agawam for 100 years and counting 
  • Silver Bell Farm in Monson, where Holiday cheer abounds with sleigh rides, treats, and visits from Santa.
Amy had a chance to sit and speak to Rabbi James Greene of the Springfield Jewish Community Center about how family, tradition and community intermingle especially well this time of year, and that conversation is the topic of the article "Hannukah in New England."

In addition to all of those great articles, there is a list of "7 Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer," directions on how to make a DIY Snowy Candle-lit Jar, a list of local gift ideas and a holiday recipe round-up that includes A Couple in the Kitchen's "Rum Balls" and "Grapefruit Sparklers."

All of this and so much more can be found in the December 2016 issue of your favorite FREE local magazine, Go Local. Read it online here or pick up your copy at a distributor in your local town.

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