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History of Candles

History of Candles

The History of Candles is truly fascinating! What was once an ancient day necessity has now evolved to become a modern day luxury and the variety of options to choose from is nearly unlimited. Ancient Egyptians are often credited as the first to harness a light source by creating rushlights, made of reeds soaked in…

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Mothers Day

Mothers Day 2018 With Mothers Day quickly approaching it’s time to seriously start thinking about what you are going to get your mom to make her day extra special.  She’s pretty awesome and after putting up with all she does for all of these years she most certainly deserves the perfect gift.  If you are…

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Woodwick Candles

Woodwick Candle

Everyone can appreciate the power of Woodwick Candles. From the gentle glow of the flame at the top of the wick to the mystery of the magical scents that seem to come from that pool of melting wax, they are intriguing and romantic accents to any home. What if you were told there is a…

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Football Candles

football

Are you ready for some football?! This Thursday, the 2017 football season officially kicks off with the Kansas City Chiefs playing against returning Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. Men and women will be gathering around their televisions every Sunday, Monday and Thursday until the Super Bowl next February. Keep your living room or…

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Labor day 2017

Labor day

The first Monday in September is celebrated nationally as Labor Day. So how did we get the holiday and why is no one quite sure who created it? The Labor Day holiday grew out of the late 19th century organized labor movement, and it quickly became a national holiday as the labor movement assumed a…

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July 4th Events

July 4th Events America’s observance of the July 4th has evolved since celebrations began 240 years ago — we’ve traded 18th-century favorites like turtle soup and shooting cannons for hot dogs and fireworks. Even though the holiday has some predictable elements — there will be barbecues, parades and, yes, fireworks injuries — here are six…

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Soy over Paraffin

Madison Valley Candles

Soy Candles are simply the only way to go when you want clean, strong and organic choice. Why Soy Candles Paraffin wax is commonly used in candles like Yankee, Woodwick and Gold Canyon. However, soy candles are another option. While soy candles look and smell similar to their paraffin counterparts, they offer distinct advantages. Not…

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Powered by Mom

Powered by Mom Madison Valley Candles – Organic Soy Candles Review Madison Valley’s Organic Soy Candles Make for a Wonderful Gift-Powered by Mom Are you looking for a gift for Father’s Day, a birthday, anniversary, special occasion, office party or? Whether you’re buying something special for someone else or something for yourself these organic soy candles…

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The History of Memorial Day

The History of Memorial Day Originally called Decoration Day, from the early tradition of decorating graves with flowers, wreaths and flags, Memorial Day is a day for remembrance of those who have died in service to our country. It was first widely observed on May 30, 1868 to commemorate the sacrifices of Civil War soldiers,…

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Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day 2017 is May 25th go yours today. In 1985, Comic Relief launched in the United Kingdom with the goal of using comedy to raise money and help those leading really tough lives. The goal? Creating a just world free from poverty. The very first Red Nose Day was held in 1988. With…

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Earth Day 2017

5 things we all can do on Earth Day 1. Take action for the climate. Last December, world leaders met at the Paris climate summit and created an agreement – which many will sign on Earth Day – marking the beginning of the end for fossil fuels. But this agreement alone is not enough to…

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Opening Day

The 2017 Baseball Season Starts Today: Opening Day The 2017 Major League Baseball Opening Day season opens with not one, but three games on Sunday. The day of divisional matchups culminates with the St. Louis Cardinals hosting the defending champion Chicago Cubs, their fiercest rival. All three Opening Day games on Sunday will be televised by the…

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