Luminaries from Middlebury Lions Club

Greet your guests with Middlebury Lions Club luminaries at Sullivan’s Jewelers, Larry’s Wine and Spirits, Vaszauskas Farm and the Town Park and Rec. department. Each $6 luminaries kit has 12 white bags and 12 10-hour candles.
Woodbury Connecticut December 17, 2013 at 08:12 AM
We have many "luminaries" in Woodbury — artists, writers, actors and so on. The beautiful display of "luminaria" on Christmas Eve may be one reason why they enjoy living in the Tribury area. Luminaria are also known as "farolitos". Thank you to the Lions for creating the kits and for illuminating the streets on Christmas Eve. It's a beautiful tradition.
Guy Manly December 18, 2013 at 04:31 PM
I do enjoy luminaries (as the Oxford English Dictionary defines the plural of the word as) and love seeing them along the roads in Woodbury. Ever since I was young-ish I have walked the streets and looked at them burning and casting light. I must admit that seeing one that has caught its bag on fire makes me laugh. Alright, enough reminiscing.


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