Christmas

The History of Christmas in Wyoming
It's hard to believe, but Christmas wasn't officially recognized as a national holiday for nearly 100 years after the United States of America was founded.
In 1836, Alabama became the first state to declare December 25 a holiday. Christmas didn't become a federal holiday until 1870...
Holiday Light Tours Start Saturday
For many, driving around looking at Christmas lights is a holiday tradition, but trying to find those beautifully decorated homes can sometimes be a challenge.
That's where the Cheyenne Street Railway's Holiday Light Tours come in.
"The Holiday Light Tours on the trolley started in 1991, so we've…
Christmas Decorations for University of Wyoming Fans
Did you know that Santa Clause is a Wyoming Cowboy fan? Just in time for the holidays, here's your chance to deck the halls with brown and gold. The GoWYO.com team shop has introduced a new line of festive yuletide decor.
Popular Pokes Christmas items include the Wyoming Cowboys Candy Cane Traditiona…
The Ten “Stupidest” Christmas Gifts of 2015
The website Stupid.com has just unveiled their 9th annual list of this year's most ridiculous novelty Christmas gifts.
The 10 Most Stupid Gifts of the Year features a variety of novelties, including the "Farting Reindeer Butt Ornament”, “The Man Sack", “Magic Poop” putty, the “Butt Crack Ho…
Help Us “Stuff Santa’s Sleigh” With Toys For Tots
Want to help make the holidays a little brighter for kids here in Cheyenne?
Thursday, December 10th through Saturday, December 12th from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., we’ll be camping out at the new Walmart on 580 Livingstone Avenue “Stuffing Santa’s Sleigh with Toys for Tots”
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SantaCon Denver is Coming Up This Weekend
Nothing says Merry Christmas quite like hundreds of revelers in Santa suits parading through the streets and bars spreading yuletide cheer. SantaCon Denver is set to take place this Saturday, December 5th.
According to their website, the annual event is a "non-denominational, non-commercial, non…

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