As the Holidays approach we find ourselves remembering all the celebrations of the past. Some family traditions that have been passed down through generations simply cannot be done safely this year. We need to look at 2020 as the year of new traditions, and new ways to celebrate.
The CDC has started by putting together a resource page, COVID-19: Holiday Celebrations. Here you will find a lot of good information about ways to celebrate safely. But we want to hear from you. What are you planning to do this year? What new traditions are you making? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can share your great ideas!
National Institutes of Health (NIH) have put together the Planning Your Holidays During the COVID-19 Pandemic Blog.
Additional links with Celebration ideas:
Together We Carol – Let’s All Sing Out Loud and Clear from Our Front Yards for All to Hear – December 19, at 6pm
You and your neighbors are invited to join us to stay safely connected in joy and community at this special time of the year when we need it the most. Click here to read more . . .
Worship Times 20 Creative Ways to Celebrate Advent in 2020
A person living with Alzheimer’s may feel a special sense of loss during the holidays because of the changes he or she has experienced. At the same time, caregivers may feel overwhelmed by maintaining traditions while providing care and adhering to safety precautions. Go to The Holidays and Alzheimer’s During COVID-19 for more information.