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Is there any given tradition about when to turn on Christmas lights?


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2004-11-15 11:07:59
2004-11-15 11:07:59

Not sure what you're referring to here ... traditionally, most people turn their Christmas lights on every night from the time they put them up, until the time they take them down. Are you, perhaps, refering to the *last* time you're supposed to turn on your Christmas lights, before taking them down? Because there is a tradition of keeping up holiday decorations until Epiphany, when they are to be taken down until next year.

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