Christmas in the New England Colonies was, for the most part, just another day. Celebrating Christmas was outlawed in most of New England. Puritans and Protestants detested the entire celebration and likened it to 'pagan rituals.'
But, some colonists enjoyed an array of festivities, such as singing carols, decorating their homes and hosting feasts. We'll explore some of them with the Gounded Goodwife. Please register to get the Zoom link.