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Coffee Hour December 1997: Christmas

Author: Tsukuba Information Center, Issue: December 1997, Topic: Coffee Hour

Christmas is coming soon. Each country celebrates Christmas in a different and sometimes unique way. Do you celebrate Christmas in your country? If so, what special traditions and foods do you have?

Please join us for the December Coffee Hour. We will be having 5 or 6 international guests speaking about how they celebrate Christmas in their native country. Perhaps we will be able to taste some special Christmas foods from different countries.

Everyone is welcome, and you can come and go as you please if you can't stay for the whole time. Complimentary snacks along with tea and coffee are always served, but the Christmas treats this time will be special. So come out and join us.

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