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Schoharie County gets holiday spirit in modern, traditional ways (photos)

Parade, Victorian event draw big crowds

Kurt Kolok, of North Adams, Mass., left, and Tim Darter, of Readsboro, Vt., center, buy biscuits from Melanie Partelow, of the Holiday Farm Biscuit Company in Worcester, inside the Roseboro during the Sharon Springs Victorian Holiday Celebration on Saturday, December 1, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Kurt Kolok, of North Adams, Mass., left, and Tim Darter, of Readsboro, Vt., center, buy biscuits from Melanie Partelow, of the Holiday Farm Biscuit Company in Worcester, inside the Roseboro during the Sharon Springs Victorian Holiday Celebration on Saturday, December 1, 2012.
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Christmas fever kicked off in earnest throughout Schoharie County on Saturday. Sharon Springs began its Christmas shopping season with a Victorian Holiday Celebration and Cobleskill hosted an evening parade that culminated in the lighting of a Christmas tree in Centre Park. Despite numerous symbols of Christmas in the Cobleskill parade, including a golf cart decorated with tinsel and lights, multiple Santa Clauses and kids with reindeer antlers, there was enough candy to provide a strong ...


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