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Tuesday, 9 December 2008

How Christmas Came to Hawaii

In 1843 children celebrated Christmas in Hawaii because, as the missionaries recorded, “ the children thought it would be doing God's service to devote this day to merriment".

It remains the happiest day of the year.

At the Chief’s Children School in 1843, the girls mixed the cakes and the boys made candy in the best tradition. In another three years, there was another tradition. Alex and his brothers were in England but their classmates carried on with the celebration. "This evening," the schoolmaster's diary read, "all are making ready presents for Christmas." Children ages 3 and older with a parent or caregiver are invited to wear a Santa hat and enjoy a high-energy, musical performance by the Celtic Keiki, who will sing and dance to Christmas songs from around the world. Goody bags will be presented to the first 50 children who dress up.

Imagine the look on the faces of the girls today they could make jewellery presents for their friends. Costume jewellery like necklace and matching earring sets in black and white cloisonné. Or the boys could make personalized key rings with their favorite Celtic symbol.

What would you like your children to make for you for Christmas if you had a stash of Costume Jewellery for them to assemble.

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Can you think of a country that has wacky fun Christmas traditions? Do you have an idea for presenting jewellery gifts on Christmas Day?

Share it with us and your country and idea will be featured in the next post.

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