Top Neighborhoods to Live in If You Love Christmas

Delray Beach, FL

It’s often difficult to get into the holiday spirit when the weather’s hovering around 60°F, and everyone you see is in flip-flops and shorts. Delray Beach, Florida helps local residents get into the holiday spirit by erecting a massive Christmas tree every year — and this is not just some mall-sized tree. The Delray Beach tree is 100 feet tall, and when it’s illuminated you can see it for miles.

While you’re visiting, take part in Christmas events that could only take place in Florida, like a cookie cruise with Santa along the Intracoastal Waterway, or a parade of boats all decked out in their holiday finest.

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Sierra Madra, CA

Another great warm-weather holiday destination in the United States is Sierra Madre, California. The town is microscopic and looks like not much has changed since the early 1900s. The town still has many original wooden storefronts, and no stoplight. Every year three townspeople drive up to the San Gabriel Mountains and drive home with trunks full of snow. Then, they quickly make a snowman in the town square, which stays up for a few days — or hours, sometimes — before he melts away.

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Corning, NY

Corning, New York is the home of Corning Incorporated, which began its life as the humble Corning Glass Works in 1851. Since then, the town has become associated with their delicate products, and every year a huge tree in the town square is decked out with tons of glass ornaments. There’s a holiday-themed exhibit at the Corning Museum of Glass, where you can learn how to blow your own custom ornament. There’s also an annual studio glass sale, held in early December, which is a great opportunity to purchase gifts for friends and family.

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Canada and hockey go together like peanut butter and chocolate. If you didn’t know that, you either don’t watch hockey or you’ve never been to Canada in the wintertime. Just like any sport, hockey has its hotbeds. Coincidentally, each and every one of the cities and towns mentioned in this article claims superiority. Mind you, in entirely different ways. Some cling to a long and storied history. Others flash around their laundry list of NHL alumni, current Hall of Famers, and future Hall of Famers. Today, we’ll take a look at the best of the best. Lace ‘em up, tape up your stick, and put the foil on. These are the best hockey towns in the Great White North.