Easter season continues on HolidayMoons, and this week we look back at Easter traditions as many of them originated from German immigrants in Pennsylvania. Randy shares a newspaper article from the 1800's that depicts life in eastern Pennsylvania, as Easter traditions spread across the region, and the origins of this imported fun! Ever wondered why we have Easter grass? Listen and find out more! And, Sydney begins a series about useful inventions for the spring/summer - first stop, the inverted umbrella. So much more Easter fun for you!
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HolidayMoons was created because we love and celebrate holidays and seasons throughout the year, and we want to share our love with you. It includes decorating, going to festivals and events, watching related TV shows and movies, listening to seasonal music, cooking and eating, seasonal shopping, and best of all, enjoying how others, like you, have celebrated the holidays.
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