MainStreet America lights up the holiday season

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HOUSTON, TX – Alright, we’ve all had our share of turkey and gravy for the year, and now that Thanksgiving is done it’s time to put full attention on the true signs of the season; holiday decorations!

The winter wonderland of MainStreet America, in Spring, is the backdrop for this season’s lighting celebrations. It’s an entire neighborhood, transformed for the Hanukkah and Christmas Seasons. Each of these festive homes are fully accessible and functional, perfect for a little holiday decorating inspiration.

Rabbi Brown from the Woodlands says, “It’s delightful to join with people from different backgrounds to share the wonderful tradition of our festival of Hanukkah, and to teach a little bit about the history and the uniqueness of this festival, to join in the holiday celebration and the seasonal times of joy.”

Whatever your denomination may be, it’s undeniable that this place will put your neighborhood to shame in the lighting department, beyond that, you’re sure to leave in the holiday spirit.

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