Santa on the Holiday's Most Popular Site
you can follow Santa's progress as he makes his way from the North
Pole to homes all over the globe. Your parents followed him, too,
but they had only TV and radio bulletins. You have a six-language,
multimedia site with digital animation, satellite/cockpit images,
and audio reports thanks to the United States Air Force and the
North American Aerospace Defense Command. You may also call (719)
474-3980, 4 p.m. - midnight MST.
Use the Internet To Gather Toys for Tots In 53rd Season of Giving
Where do I take
the toys? Can I write a check instead? Yes, Sir ! Click Here, Sir
! Hurry, Sir. This year's campaign ends on Dec. 22.
the "People's Tree"
followed the progress of the Capitol Holiday Tree on the Internet
as it traveled the Santa Fe Trail to Washington D.C. The lighting
is on December 12.
Smithsonian Celebrates the Holidays!
Museum of American History is featuring a holiday marketplace with
arts and crafts, food tasting, storytelling, music, dance, and daily
piñata breaking. Watch master chefs and designers carve portraits
of the presidents in ice and build a gingerbread White House! At
the National Museum of Natural History, join the fun at the 3-D
Imax film: "Critique du Soleil Journey of Man," and try your hand
at building a giant gingerbread Smithsonian Castle! Buy holiday