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December 24, 2015

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Peter Garrison

Merry Christmas!

An

I love the ornament! Where did you get it?

pat giorni

This year's city ornament of the main library is being sold at the main and Easton branch for $25.00.

Joe

Yes, the train station ones are a few years back and I believe are out of stock. Perhaps they will be reissued in a coming year.

Peter Garrison

The trouble with eye-clutter is that afterwhile you don't notice how cluttered everything is: it's now Lent – even the liturgical calendar knows it's time to take down the happy holiday banners in town.

C J

Does anyone know where I can buy this ornament? I’ve been looking for years and no luck yet.

Joe

C J, I checked with the Burlingame Historical Society and their supply of ornaments have all been sold. I would advise creating a saved search on eBay and watching local garage sales.

Joe

C J, I'm not sure if you are a regular reader or not, but it looks like the BHS music department has a stash of these ornaments.

Go here to read about the Wednesday night concert: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/burlingame-high-school-winter-concert-2021-tickets-194086657417

Scroll down to the Concert Premier Pack and you will see your chance to get one!

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