December / 2000
Kentucky Living

This Month's Issue
 
On the Cover

 
Making Your Own Christmas Tradition
Do you have a special Christmas or holiday tradition that you and your family celebrate every year? Here's how other families and communities have created traditions to enjoy year after year. There's Santa, who has been taking part in the Johnsons' Christmas Eve celebration for the past 64 years, and Frosty the Snowman, who serves as the Gibsons' Christmas tree each year. And communities throughout Kentucky also have special traditions, such as The Living Christmas Tree in Bowling Green or Russell's Illumination Celebration.
 
Holiday Activities
If you don't have your own holiday tradition, use our extensive listing of holiday activities being held throughout Kentucky and pick a special event to attend this year with your family. Listings include activities for: Community Celebrations/Parades; Holiday Tours; Music & Shows; Crafts & Feasts; Twinkling Lights



 
From the EditorFrom the Editor-Joyful traditions
 
Commonwealths

Clean Art Contest
Nintendo goes for the gold at Fort Knox
Send us your Herb Garden and Yard Art Photos
 
Kindred Spirits - Finding joy in small emergencies
 
Cut Your Utility Bills - Dealing with dry air
 
The Future of Electricity - The ho-hum decade
 
On the Road

Shaker Christmas 
Dinsmore Homestead
Winter fishing
 
Kentucky Cooks - Home for the holidays
 
At Home in the Garden - Lily-turf groundcover
 
Your Health - How to reduce holiday stress
 
Money Matters - Stocks buying guide
 
The Bookshelf - A season for reading
 
The View From Plum Lick - Gift of the Shriners