candlelight


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candlelight

n. dusk; dawn. I’ll see you along about candlelight.
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MADD Candlelight Vigil Brings Public Attention to Continuing Problem
Each room is decorated with festive trees or whimsical holiday adornments and illuminated by candlelight.
Sarah Marshall, managing director of the orchestra, said: "I am delighted to be bringing The People's Orchestra to Malvern - Christmas by Candlelight will finish our musical year on a real high.
Kev Andrews of Honley remembers that the steaks at The Candlelight were terrific.
We have organised a candlelight vigil to extend solidarity and we heard this news today, it was disheartening.
Candlelight Obsession features two more standard designs, Wind Wax and Creamy Soy which stand apart in today candle industry as well.
CAROLS By Candlelight is at the Philharmonic Hall on Sunday.
Tickets for Carols by Candlelight, are pounds 8 for adults, pounds 5 concessions/children, under 16s are free.
Bethesda Lutheran Church - Christmas Eve candlelight services will be held Monday at 4:30 p.
Walk through the splendour of Sir Thomas Holte's grand state rooms and along the stunning oak-lined Long Gallery, bathed in a golden glow of candlelight.
Aston Hall will close after Candlelight until August 2008 for a pounds 10 million restoration and improvement scheme.
So Monday morning, Danza opened the show by candlelight, without an audience.
Planned activities were to include memorials on college campuses, candlelight services in churches, and a march down Market Street in San Francisco.
With National Harbor coming to life over the coming months, the new city by the river is already looking ahead to hosting a holiday spectacular, "Voices of National Harbor Candlelight Processional," a musical narrative of the story of Christmas.
The services, which begin at 6pm, will include a procession by candlelight with bible readings, carols sung by the Cathedral Choir and advent hymns.