First night, shining bright

Kahn III, E.J.
January 1992
Yankee;Jan92, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p38
Describes some of the community First Night celebrations across New England in such places as Boston, Mass., Burlington, Vt., Concord, N.H. and Hartford, Conn. How First Night began 16 years ago; Simple concept; Patterned on Boston's First Night;Efforts to include all ethnic peoples; Boston's 1991 `Boats' effort for First Night; Importance of small details of First Night. INSET: Some First Night highlights and skylights..


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